This week Dreamworks Animation announced the newest VeggieTales movie: Noah’s Ark. This is the first Bible-themed VeggieTales production in more than four years. Emmy award-winning actor Wayne Brady (Let’s Make a Deal) and Christian singer, actress and radio host Jaci Velasquez star in this new feature. VeggieTales Noah’s Ark will be available on DVD and for digital download on March 3, 2015.
At the end of January, five new episodes of VeggieTales in the House will be released on Netflix. These episodes will bring with them two new VeggieTales characters. Here is an exclusive first look from DreamWorks Animation.
On January 30, five new VeggieTales in the House episodes will come to Netflix. The episodes continue sharing important lessons, affirmations of faith, new songs, and new characters! Including the first meat character, Bacon Bill. Favorites returning include LarryBoy, the famous Veggie hero and his nemesis, Motato. Here is a quick preview.
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How often does the true meaning of Christmas get lost in the excitement of the holiday?
In the VeggieTales Christmas tale Saint Nicholas, the Veggies are experiencing this same tension. The kids are concerned about what they will get and how they will spend their money on themselves. The excitement starts to get a little dim when Laura Carrot’s dad is in danger of losing his job because his truck has broken down . . .again. Larry thinks they should write a letter to Santa Claus asking to fix the problem. Bob, however, knows what will really help the situation. He tells the children (and Larry) the story of boy named Nicholas who made a discovery in Bethlehem that changed him (and us) forever. Continue reading
On November 26, Netflix will premiere a new Saturday-morning style series of VeggieTales cartoons.
In the original cartoons, Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber would introduce the shorts from the kitchen counter. I never thought about it much, but obviously they lived in a kitchen. VeggieTales in the House lets the veggies explore the rest of the house. It provides a chance for some creative animation. While the animation has gotten an upgrade, and the setting is beyond the kitchen counter, the new show will continue the tradition of storytelling through music and silliness spiritual truths and themes. Continue reading