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Trailer: Are 'Trolls' anthropomorphic animals?

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Well, they aren’t human. The first “real” trailer for DreamWorks’ Trolls has just been released.

This is the third Trolls trailer. The first, a “teaser”, appeared on January 28.

The second teaser appeared on May 11. This one shows more of the plot.

Can Branch and Poppy save the Trolls from being eaten by the Bergens? Find out on November 4.


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I... personally don't think they should count.

I might have let it slide if it was last year where furry movies where few and far between, but we have a whole slew of them this year, and good ones at that. There's no need for this one, whether it be good or bad.

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I certainly don't expect "Trolls" to beat "Zootopia", "Kung Fu Panda 3", "The Secret Life of Pets", "Finding Dory", or several other movies as the most popular furry movie of 2016, but does that mean that we should ignore it entirely? Is it furry or not? What about "Sausage Party"?

Fred Patten

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"...does that mean that we should ignore it entirely? Is it furry or not?"

Yes to both questions.

Seriously, aside from the papercraft world, this looks like it's going to be a painful sit. The trolls themselves have pretty garbage designs and I doubt will be appearing at furry conventions anytime soon.

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Are the Garbage Pail kids anthropomorphic? And why do they not look like actual garbage pails? :)

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No, they are not.

Well, I'll be...

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Like Justin's voice, but the characters are uninteresting to me.

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Fred (Fred Patten)read storiescontact (login required)

a retired former librarian from North Hollywood, California, interested in general anthropomorphics