‘The Bob’s Burgers Movie’ Sets Hulu and HBO Max Debut Date


Bob’s Burgers movie information hits Hulu and HBO Max in the US on July 12. The film will also arrive on Disney+ under the Star banner in territories like Canada on the same day and in the European market (excluding Poland), the Middle East and Africa the following day. daytime. The film is also set to premiere on Star+ in Latin America on July 20.

Along with the announcement, 20th Century Studios also uploaded excerpts of a song from the film to social media. Bob’s Burgers movie information premieres in theaters in the United States on May 27 and the film is based on the Fox animated sitcom of the same name. The show is slated to return to television in the fall for its 13th season.

The film follows the Blecher family during a summer when a large sinkhole forms outside the family’s still struggling hamburger restaurant. Bob’s Burgers movie information features the voices of H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Kristen Schaal, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, Zach Galifianakis, Larry Murphy and Kevin Kline. The film was directed by series creator Loren Bouchard and Bernard Derriman. Bouchard also wrote the screenplay with Nora Smith.

All 12 seasons of Bob’s Burgers the show is currently streaming on Hulu and the addition of the film made sense to Bouchard. “We are so happy that fans were able to find us, watch us and binge us as much as they want on Hulu. Our fantasy is that we have to send a new copy of the Bob’s movie to Hulu because their copy is worn down by people watching it so much,” Bouchard said.

Film Debut on Hulu Part of Hulu’s Biggest Series Get the big screen on your screen country. The summer movie campaign includes the premiers of Princess, Not good, Prey and others.

The film’s rapid return to streaming is remarkable, especially since it will be coming to multiple services. The film has grossed $32 million in theaters to date and is still playing. Bob’s Burgers movie information faces fierce competition from other films, including Top Gun Maverick. While it may not have been the biggest blockbuster of the summer, it received generally positive reviews and was able to catch some of the show’s cult followings.


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