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2 New TOYS IN THE ATTIC movie clips starring Joan Cusack

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Check out 2 new Toys in the Attic clips which feature the voice talent of Joan Cusack, as mechanical mouse Madame Curie in the animated family adventure.

Also in the English-language voice cast are Forest Whitaker, Cary Elwes, Vivian Schilling, Marcelo Tubert, Douglas Urbanski, Emily Hahn, Joy Ellison, Rico Simonini and Roy Vongtama.

The film helmed by Jirí Barta and Vivian Schilling from the writing by Edgar Dutka, Vivian Schilling and Barta, opened September 7th in limited areas, and expands to Atlanta and Philadelphia on September 14th. There are additional locations of expansion throughout October as well.

Set in a magical world of toys and knick-knacks stored in the attic of a home in Prague, Toys in the Attic is an award-winning stop-motion animated feature.

The setting for the film was inspired by the cultural and political contrast of the Cold War era and its impact on director Jiri Barta and the Czech Republic. The world of the attic is divided into the land of happy toys in the West and the Land of Evil in the East. The despotic Head of State rules over the Land of Evil with a band of sinister minions, insects and rotted vegetables. When the lovely Buttercup (Vivian Schilling) is kidnapped and held prisoner by The Head (Jiri Labus, with voice by Douglas Urbanski), it is up to her friends - a teddy bear (Forest Whitaker), a mechanical mouse (Joan Cusack) and marionette puppet (Cary Elwes) to cross the international boundary and attempt their daring rescue.

Watch both the new videos below and wait after the clips for more!

Toys in the Attic Clip 1:

Toys in the Attic Clip 2:


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