20th Century Fox has released the new trailer and poster for their upcoming film SPIES IN DISGUISE. It’s an animated comedy starring Will Smith and Tom Holland as an unlikely duo who are forced to team up for the ultimate espionage mission.

The film is inspired by the animated short film Pigeon: Impossible by Lucas Martell. SPIES IN DISGUISE arrives in theaters everywhere Christmas 2019 from The Walt Disney Studios.

Make sure you catch the trailer below and let us know what you think!

Super spy Lance Sterling (Will Smith) and scientist Walter Beckett (Tom Holland) are almost exact opposites. Lance is smooth, suave and debonair. Walter is … not. But when events take an unexpected turn, this unlikely duo are forced to team up for the ultimate mission that will require an almost impossible disguise – transforming Lance into the brave, fierce, majestic… pigeon. Walter and Lance suddenly have to work as a team, or the whole world is in peril.

The film stars the vocal stylings of Will Smith (Aladdin, Gemini Man), Tom Holland (Avengers: Endgame, The Impossible), Ben Mendelsohn (Ready Player One, Captain Marvel), Karen Gillan (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, All Creatures Here Below), Rashida Jones (The Grinch, “Parks and Recreation”), DJ Khaled, and Masi Oka (The Meg, “Heroes”).

The film is directed by Troy Quane (The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol) and Nick Bruno. It is produced by Fox Animation, Blue Sky Studios, and Chernin Entertainment.

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