A cooler-than-ever Bruce Wayne must deal with the usual suspects as they plan to rule Gotham City, while discovering that he has accidentally adopted a teenage orphan who wishes to become his sidekick.
Released five years after Ed Helms' first animated movie, The Lorax (2012), which was also based on a children's book. See more »
Professor P's resume is originally in a red folder and the next time we see it it's in a manila folder. But, it's very likely that they put Professor P's resume in a new folder when he was hired. See more »
DreamWorks Animation presents. In association with Treehouse Comics!
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In a mid-credits scene, it is revealed that Krupp's secretary is still on hold. George and Harold finally "connect" her, only to hang up on her, forming the basis of their next Captain Underpants comic. See more »
The plot follows 2 imaginative elementary school prankster students, George Beard and Harold Hutchins (Hart, Middleditch) who hypnotize their mean-spirited principal, Mr. Krupp (Helms), into thinking he is Captain Underpants, a hero in comic books George and Harold write together.
It is absolutely entertaining for adults and enchanting for all children who are looking for comedy and entertainment.
Captain Underpants is DreamWorks' computer-animated feature film and that is why it will be number 1 in most countries of the world.
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