'Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience' Trailer Arrived; David Mitchell & Jo Brand Join Peppa Pig Cast

By Arah TJ , Updated Dec 14, 2016 07:47 PM EST
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The British cartoon show "Peppa Pig" will head to the cinemas with a title, "Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience." Its trailer has arrived. The children's animated series will feature nine episodes.

"Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience" release date has been announced set for March 2017. Its trailer it as an interactive cinema experience, however, this show will not arrive in the United Kingdom as a film, according to Den of Geek.

According to the source,"Peppa Pig" will return to the big screen in April 2017. Instead of cinematic version, EOne will debut nine new episodes and an interactive sing-a-long in "Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience."

David Mitchell and Jo Brand are confirmed to join the "Peppa Pig" cast. Mitchell voices the new character, Policeman Panda in the episode, "The Police." Meanwhile, Brand voices the character Mrs. Crocodile in the episode, "The Zoo."

What to expect in 'Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience'

According to Chortle, "Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience" features nine episodes including, "Peppa Visits London." This episode features Queen driving a double-decker bus. It will also feature Peppa having a trip to Australia to visit her Kangaroo friend named Kylie. The format is designed for pre-school, according to the source. So expect more music, dance, and play along between the episodes.

Despite strong charisma among children, there are some people who are not fans of Peppa including the English comedian Jason Manford. Previously, he ranted over "fat shaming" in "Peppa Pig."

Manford guested at Absolute Radio. He described himself as a feminist. After introducing his views, he noted the series of fat shaming in the show. "I've got to say - and maybe it's because I'm a big lad myself - but the constant fat shaming of Daddy Pig is starting to get under my skin," Manford had said.

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