Planet 51 is a 2009 Spanish/British/American animated science fiction/family film directed by Jorge Blanco, written by Joe Stillman, and starring Dwayne Johnson, Jessica Biel, Justin Long, Gary Oldman, Seann William Scott, and John Cleese. Produced by Madrid-based Ilion Animation Studios and HandMade Films, it was acquired for U.S. distribution by New Line Cinema in November 2007. Planet 51 was released on November 20, 2009, by Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group via TriStar Pictures. It was originally titled Planet One. Produced on a budget of $70 million, Planet 51 is the most expensive movie produced in Spain. On Planet 51, green people with snail-like feelers and pointed ears live peacefully in a society reminiscent of 1950s America. In the town of Glipforg, Lem (Justin Long) is a teenage boy with a new part-time job at the local planetarium and a long-time crush on his neighbor Neera. His best friend is Skiff (Seann William Scott), a big fan of the Humaniacs films. At a barbecue Lem's family is holding for the neighborhood, Lem tries to ask Neera on a date; but her hippie friend, Glar, keeps interrupting with his protest songs. A mysterious spacecraft goes into orbit
Release Date: November 20, 2009
Director: Jorge Blanco
Producer: Michael Ryan, Albie Hecht, Ricardo GarcÃƒÆ’Ã‚Âa Arrojo, Guy Collins, Stephen Margolis, Patrick Meehan, Albert Martin, Peter Graves, Ignacio Dolcet, Juan Antonio Ramirez, Jose Rodriguez Diaz, Javier Dolset, Mercedes Gamero
Cast: Gary Oldman, John Cleese, Jessica Biel, Justin Long, Seann Scott, Dwayne Johnson, Alan Marriott, Freddie Benedict
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What a fun show! I like the angle it took. Humans were the aliens for once. It was an innocent and fun twist to what you'd expect when dealing with an animated film about alien visitors to a planet. Little kids would be fine watching this. The entire family can enjoy it. It's refreshing.July 27th, 2012 · Details