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Pete Davidson enters the world of cartoons with Netflix’s “Marmaduke”.
The comedian will express the voice of the famous dog in the upcoming 3D CGI animated film. Marmaduke makes hilarious jokes in the movie, but his bad behavior catches the attention of a world-renowned dog trainer. The two work together to try to turn this domestic dog into a world-class champion at dog shows, but the road is not easy for Marmaduke.
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“Some dogs are destined to become champions. “Some dogs are meant to be dogs,” said one of the owners in the trailer.
JK Simmons and David Koechner also lend their voices to the animated film directed by Mark AZ Dippé, Matt Philip Whelan and Youngki Lee.
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This is not the first time the comedian has collaborated with the streamer. Most recently, he inspired Netflix to create a new hub for “short ** movies” based on a rap he did for movies that were too big in a recent episode of “Saturday Night Live.”
“Marmaduke” is available for streaming on Netflix on May 6.
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