I was recently blessed to attend the press day for the Home Video release of Dreamworks Abominable. It’s available now on Digital and you will be able to own it on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray & DVD December 12/17 making it an awesome stocking stuffer. For this particular press day, I was blessed to bring my daughter Imonni.
We sent a wonderful afternoon at DreamWorks Studios where we learned how to make a steamed bun with Chef Shirley Chung, Imonni made Chinese lanterns with her brother Sean.
While they made lanterns, I interviewed the Director, Jill Culton, Tenzing Norgay Trainor(voice of Jin) and Albert Tsai (Voice of Peng). During our interview asked them what3 lessons they hope kids will learn from seeing this film. Watch their response in the view below.
3 Lesson’s Kids will learn From Dreamworks Abominable
Dreamworks Abominable Movie Synopsis
When mischievous friends Yi (Chloe Bennet), Jin, and Peng discover a young yeti on their roof, they name him Everest and embark on a thrilling adventure to reunite the magical creature with his family. On the journey of their lifetimes, Everest helps Yi, Jin, and Peng unlock an inner bravery they didn’t know they had. And as they travel across China to return the magical creature to his home, Everest will help them discover where they truly belong, too.