Back to the Outback is an Australian- American animated comedy film. It is a Netflix original film. The film is directed by Clare Knight and Harry Cripps and written by Greg Lessans along with Harry Cripps. Akiva J. Goldsman will be the executive producer, and Reel FX Animation Studios, Weed Road Pictures, and Netflix Animation are the producers.
Worth Watching or Not
Back to the Outback will be a family-friendly film. The films might be very interesting as it is said to be full of comedy and adventure. Netflix announced the film back in 2020 but has not yet told many things about the film. So we can’t predict whether the film will be worth watching or not.
Expected Release Date
On November 30, 2020, an animated comedy film ‘’Back to the Outback’’ was officially announced by Netflix. According to the internet, the film was set to be released in 2021. In August 2021, an official release for the film was announced by Netflix to be in December 2021. The series might get released somewhere near Christmas. The exact date for the release is yet not confirmed, but the series is sure to land in December.
Netflix has teased the film by releasing some photos and some characters. An official trailer has not been released until now, but we can expect it to be released soon. This film will stream on Netflix and may be available on some other websites.
Back to the Outback is a story about small animals who live in a zoo. They are tired of being in a zoo where humans stare at them as if they are monsters. They want to get out of the zoo and plans to escape from that zoo to the outback. They will have full freedom to do anything in the outback, and nobody will stare or glare at them.
Maddie (a snake) will be the head of the plan and will lead the group, and other creatures involved in the plan are Zoe (a lizard), Frank (a spider), Nigel (a scorpion). And a pretty boy also joins their plan to escape. After moving out of the zoo, they started their journey towards Australia and were chased by the zoo owner.
Expected cast members and their voice whom we may see in Back to the Outback are Maddie, a kind-hearted snake voice by Isla Fisher. Jackie, a crocodile voice by Jacki Weaver. Pretty Boy, a cute but obnoxious koala voice by Tim Minchin. Chaz’s adventure-seeking partner voice by Diesel Cash La Torr. Legs, a redneck spider voice by Aislinn Derbez. Chaz, a zookeeper voice by Eric Bana. Frank, a lovelorn hairy spider voice by Guy Pearce. Phil, a platypus voice by Wayne Knight. Zoe, a thorny devil voice by Miranda Tapsell.
Nigel, a sensitive scorpion voice by Angus Imrie. Jacinta, a great white shark voice by Rachel House. Kayla, a koala voice by Celeste Barber. Doug, a cane toad voice by Keith Urban. Tasmanian devil voice by Lachlan Ross Power. We might see some more characters in the film.