Back to the Outback: Interview With the Directors

Back to the Outback

Looks can be deceiving…

I am not a huge fan of spiders and snakes. But if you can make them super adorable, give them the ability to talk, and give them a quest to go on I am all for them. Back to the Outback arrives on Netflix on December 10, and make sure to check back later for my movie review. But until then below is my trailer reaction and interview with Directors Clare Knight and Harry Cripps!

Back to the Outback Interview with the Directors

Trailer Reaction

My kids and I are so excited for Back to the Outback to release next month. I watched the new trailer with my kids and all we could do is laugh. The animals are so cute and I love the whole story and concept of the movie. A lot of things in life are never what they seem and we really shouldn’t be judging books by their cover. You can watch the newest trailer for Back to the Outback below to see for yourself how cute Maddie, Pretty Boy, Zoe, Nigel, Frank, and their friends are!

Interview with Directors Clare Knight and Harry Cripps

It was so much fun to sit down and chat with Back to the Outback’s directors Clare Knight and Harry Cripps. In speaking with them I could tell how much they loved making this movie. There were a few things I wanted to ask them and the first was about the movie’s animation. I mean the animals are so cute! I just wanted to know the design process behind the characters and if they always intended them to be so cute. We also talked about if they ran into any challenges during the making of the film, and what they hope audiences will take away from the film. You can watch the whole interview below.

Synopsis

A ragtag group of the world’s deadliest creatures — and one cute but utterly obnoxious koala — escape from a Sydney zoo to find their home in the Outback, where they’ll be loved for who they are and not what they look like.

Voice Cast: Isla Fisher, Tim Minchin, Eric Bana, Guy Pearce, Miranda Tapsell, Angus Imrie, Rachel House, Keith Urban, Celeste Barber, Wayne Knight, Aislinn Derbez, Diesel La Torraca, Lachlan Ross Power, Jacki Weaver

Back to the Outback Movie Trailer

Looking for more to watch on Netflix Family? Make sure to check out my review of Maya and the Three HERE.

Back to the Outback: Interview With the Directors

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