If you're planning to see some movies over the holidays, get ready for a glimpse of "The Lorax," a film that may have an anti-plastics message. The movie trailer was released today. One website for film buffs headlined the release: "New Trailer for 'The Lorax' Pits Kid Against Villainous Plastic Industrialists." "In this new trailer, we get a little more than just a boy who falls in love with a girl kind of story," Mike Lee writes for FusedFilm.com. "It is revealed that there are villainous industrial tycoons who will try to do anything to stop our hero from successfully growing a tree in a world of plastic. Fox News is going to have a field day with this one when the movie is released. " Check out the trailer below. Celebrity voices include Danny DeVito, Zac Efron, Ed Helms, Taylor Swift, Rob Riggle, and Betty White. The film is scheduled for release in March.
'The Lorax' pits kids against plastics
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