Rumble – Winnie Rocks the Monster League is an animated film directed by Hamish Grieve and starring Ben Schwartz, Will Arnett and Terry Crews.
The animated film Rumble – Winnie rocks the Monster League takes you into a world where giant monsters are superstars and athletes. Here, a young trainer wants an outsider monster to become a wrestling champion.
Rumble (2022) Movie Info
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Original Language: English
Director: Hamish Grieve
Producer: Mark Bakshi, Brad Booker
Writer: Matt Lieberman
Release Date (Theaters): Feb 18, 2022 wide
Production Co: WWE Studios, Good Universe, Reel FX Creative Studios, Paramount Animation, Walden Media
Current Trailer for Rumble
Rumble (2022) – Official Trailer – Paramount Pictures
Complete Storyline and information about Rumble
In a world where monsters are relatively tame and pursue the sport of wrestling to the great delight of spectators, teenage Winnie wants to follow in her father’s big footsteps and participate in the Monster League.
As manager, Winnie intends to make a completely inexperienced monster a wrestling star all by herself. The shark-tentacled monster Tentacular, who has been leading the pack for so long, wants to knock her off the throne. So she puts all her eggs in one basket and chooses the big red horned Steve to train. He’s adorable, but inexperienced and not in the best of shape. And apart from Winnie, no one really believes that the giant outsider has what it takes to be a champion.
Background & info on Rumble
Rumble is an adaptation of the 2013 novel Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell, and the title Rumble refers to the famous wrestling exclamation at the beginning of a match: “Let’s get ready to rumble!”
Released by Paramount Pictures, Rumble was produced by Walden Media. The production company had previously created only one other animated film: the Christmas story Bo and the Christmas Star (2017). At the time, however, that debut feature had been distributed by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation.
Director Hamish Grieve, who had previously worked as a story artist on several Shrek films and on Monsters vs. Aliens, which also featured animated monsters, made his feature-length directorial debut with Rumble – Winnie Rocks the Monster League, following the short Hello Charles (2016). (ES)