Disney Drops Trailer for “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules”

Disney dropped a new trailer for the all-animated “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules,” premiering on December 2nd.

Disney is releasing a new original movie, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules,” that will stream exclusively on Disney Plus. The film’s original song, “Can You Smell Us Now,” is performed by Jimmy Tatro that’s also available.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is an all-animated movie based on the second book in Jeff Kinney’s popular book series and premieres on December 2nd on Disney Plus.

Disney dropped a trailer (shown below) and key art for “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules,” which is a fully animated film based on Jeff Kinney’s popular book series.

The movie’s main theme song, “Can You Smell Us Now,” was written and produced Jon Levine with lyrics by Jeff Kinney. The actual song is performed by artist Jimmy Tatro.

Ensure to gather your kids in front of the screen on December 2nd for the film’s premiere.

The story focuses on the riotous antics of angst-ridden and disaster-prone middle school student Greg Heffley. It follows him around with his complicated relationship with his older spikey-haired brother Rodrick.

Roderick is lazy and undisciplined and spends too much time practicing with his rock band Löded Diper. While Roderick loves to torment Greg, he has a deep affection for his younger brother.

diary of a wimpy kid roderick rules

The film is directed by Luke Cormican (Teen Titans Go!) and written and produced by Jeff Kinney. The movie features the voices of Brady Noon (The Might Ducks: Game Changers), Ethan William Childress (mixed-ish), Edward Asner (Up), Chris Diamantopoulos (Silicon Valley), Erica Cerra (Power Rangers), and Hunter Dillon (Deadpool 2).

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