eOne has recently released the official trailer for highly-anticipated comedy, Clifford The Big Red Dog.

The tale of Clifford is rather well-known, but later this year (2021) we will be able to see it on the big screen; the giant pup will be on big screens across the UK and Ireland this November.

When middle school student Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) meets a rather unique and magical animal rescuer John Cleese), he gives her a small, red puppy. What Emily didn’t expect, was to wake up to a 10-foot-tall pooch in her too-small New York City (NYC) apartment.

When her single mum (Sienna Guillory) leaves the home they share, Emily employs the help of her fun and ridiculous uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall); but he might not be as helpful as she hoped.

The two of them set off on a wild, chaotic adventure as they traverse the Big Apple with a colossal, but adorable puppy in tow.

Picture Credit: eOne
Picture Credit: eOne

Clifford The Big Red Dog is based on the school-book character, and will no doubt wreak havoc on NYC.

Emily appears to be a character who isn’t all that popular at school, and is perhaps picked on or teased. That is where Clifford comes in. The young girl is told that her new crimson companion will get bigger, but how big depends on how much she loves him.

The trailer for this upcoming comedy showcases a brilliantly funny adventure, as Clifford, like most big breeds, doesn’t realise just how massive he actually is. The movie has all the potential of a perfect laugh-a-minute film!

With audiences being highly likely to know of Clifford and his huge size, there is no doubt that this feature film will be popular with both kids and adults, and will play host to what will becomes a beloved and humorous adventure.

Whitehall is known for his stand-up shows, his role as Alfie Wickers in Bad Education, and the series Jack Whitehall: Travels with my Father, in which he and his dad went all over the world only for Jack to be a thorn in his unimpressed father’s side.

Clifford The Big Red Dog will be in UK and Irish cinemas on December 10th, 2021.

Written by Melissa, who you can follow on Twitter @melissajournal

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