Rise of the Guardians 2012 info:-
Rise of the Guardians 2012, Here’s a quick quiz for you: What does Jack Frost look like? Young or old? I confess I’ve never had a mental image of Jack. In fact, until seeing “Rise of the Guardians,” I never gave him any thought at all.
The kids around me at a preview screening seemed more expert, perhaps because they know the inspiration for the film, William Joyce’s book series, “Guardians of Childhood.” In those books, unread by me, Joyce imagines a loosely knit Avengers-style federation of the guardians of childhood.
Most of them are famous: Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman and so on. Jack Frost’s reputation suffers sadly in comparison. Voiced in the film by Chris Pine, he finds himself literally invisible. When he visits Earth, people are able to walk right through him.
Since he is a spritely boy, he finds this depressing, although many kids have probably felt the same way. Why is this so? The Man in the Moon never explained it to him. The Man in the Moon functions in the story as sort of a symbolic nature god, who never does anything but shine enigmatically in the sky.
This is a hyperkinetic 3-D action-comedy,Rise of the Guardians 2012 with the characters forever racing on Santa’s sleigh, hurtling down chutes and zooming through tunnels that rework the same 3-D illusions over and over again.
Rise of the Guardians 2012 Plot:-
In the variant of DreamWorks Animation SKG, a snowflake lifts slowly down on Jack Frost’s hands. He knocks it away using his staff, icing the words, “DreamWorks”, “Animation” and “SKG” when they come, and turn into snow. He awakens Rise of the Guardians 2012 from a frozen pond with amnesia.
Upon realizing no one can see or hear him, he disappears. Three hundred years later, Jack, as the young Spirit of Winter, enjoys delivering snow days to school kids but resents that they do not believe in him. At the North Pole, the Man in the Moon warns Nicholas St. North that Pitch Black.
is threatening the children of the world with his nightmares. He calls E. Aster Bunnymund, Sandy, and Tooth, to arms. They are then told that Jack Frost has been chosen to be a new Guardian, and has him brought to the North Pole by Bunnymund. North explains to Jack that every Guardian has a center
something they are the Guardian of, but a call for help from Tooth’s fairies ends the conversation. Visiting Tooth’s world, Jack learns that each and every baby tooth contains childhood memories of the children who lost it, Jack’s teeth included. However, Pitch raids Tooth’s home,
kidnapping all of her subordinate tooth fairies except Baby Tooth and stealing all the teeth, thus preventing Tooth from sharing Jack’s memories and weakening children’s belief in Tooth. In order to thwart Pitch’s plan, the group decides to collect children’s teeth.
During their journey, a quarrel between North and Bunnymund awakens a boy, Jamie. Since he still believes, he can see everybody except for Jack. Pitch’s nightmares then attack, provoking Sandy as the Guardian of Dreams. Jack tries to intervene, but Sandy is overwhelmed and killed by Pitch. Please See More Information…….
Rise of the Guardians 2012 Cast and characters:-
- Chris Pine as Jack Frost
- Jude Law as Pitch Black (the Boogeyman)
- Alec Baldwin as Nicholas St. North (Santa Claus)
- Hugh Jackman as E. Aster Bunnymund (the Easter Bunny)
- Isla Fisher as Tooth (the Tooth Fairy)
- Sandy (the Sandman)
Rise of the Guardians 2012 Production:-
In 2005, William Joyce and Reel FX launched a joint venture, Aimesworth Amusements, to produce CG-animated feature films, one of which was set to be the Guardians of Childhood, based on Joyce’s idea.
The film was not realized, but they did create a short animated film, The Man in the Moon, directed by Joyce, which introduced the Guardian’s idea and served as an inspiration for the film. Early in 2008, Joyce sold the film rights to DreamWorks Animation,
after the studio assured him it would respect his vision for the characters and that he would be involved with the creative process. In November 2009, it was revealed that DreamWorks had hired Peter Ramsey to make his feature debut as director of what was then titled The Guardians, and playwright David Lindsay-Abaire to script.