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August 19 @ 8:00 am - August 31 @ 5:00 pm
In the event that a dangerous criminal is at large or you yourself are in a dire situation and in need of a life-saving rescue, you normally would not think to call on a group of small puppies led by a 10-year-old boy.
However, the furry friends on the animated PAW Patrol series are cute and heroic enough to have lasted 12 seasons over eight years on Nick Jr. and inspired a new movie coming soon to theaters.
Luckily, those who would rather have family movie night at home can find Paw Patrol: The Movie streaming, but where? It looks like it is time for us to save the day and help point you in the right direction.
Paw Patrol: The Movie Is Streaming On Paramount+ On August 20
Based on the long-running animated children’s series of the same name, Paw Patrol: The Movie sees the brave human boy Ryder (Will Brisbin) and his titular group of young, heroic hounds take on their arch nemesis, Mayor Humdinger (Ron Pardo), who threatens to put Adventure City into a state of turmoil.
Featuring an all-star supporting cast that includes Jimmy Kimmel, Marvel movies star Randall Park, Dax Shepard and even Kim Kardashian as a dog named Delores, the film is coming to theaters on Friday, August 20, 2021, but will also be available to stream on Paramount+ simultaneously.
Will Paw Patrol: The Movie Be Available On Netflix?
Whether or not Netflix will ever carry Paw Patrol: The Movie is actually a good question. There are several Nickelodeon original series (including Avatar: The Last Airbender and the original iCarly) and theatrically released movies based on many of the network’s biggest hits (including 1998’s The Rugrats Movie or Hey Arnold: The Movie) currently available on the digital platform.
Based on that alone, it is not out of the question that Paw Patrol: The Movie could be added to that catalog one day, however, for the time being, like the Paw Patrol series, which is available to stream on Paramount+, the movie is likely to stay put at Paramount+.
When Will Paw Patrol: The Movie Be Available On Blu-Ray And To Buy On Digital?
This is another good question because, at the moment, there is no official release date set for when Paw Patrol: The Movie will be available to purchase on DVD or Blu-ray or when audiences can acquire it digitally.
The fact that Paramount+ originals The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On the Run and Infinite are not available for digital rental or on physical copies does not make that any easier. However, A Quiet Place Part II, which was released theatrically before dropping on Paramount+ on July 13, became available on digital the same day and on Blu-ray just two weeks later, meaning non-subscribers to Paramount+ may have the opportunity to buy or rent Paw Patrol: The Movie in the coming weeks or months.
We hope we have answered every question you have about how you can have a fun family movie night without leaving the house with Paw Patrol: The Movie. Keep a lookout for one of the cutest, highly anticipated 2021 movies on August 20.
Filmmakers Cal Brunker and Bob Barlen raise the woof with ‘PAW Patrol: The Movie’ The creative duo behind the new animated adventure have Canadian roots and live-action dreams.
As kids in Kitchener, Cal Brunker and Bob Barlen were obsessed with movies. They bonded over their passion when they met as high school students at Grand River Collegiate Institute in 1998.
“We would take the bus into Toronto together to see the less mainstream films that weren’t playing in Kitchener,” Brunker, 42, recalls. “Our friendship was built around film and we’ve been best friends ever since.”
Barlen’s home became the hub for movie marathons since his dad owned a LaserDisc player. The pair weren’t fixated on any particular genres.
“We’d watch all of Spielberg’s stuff, and then watch all of Spike Lee’s movies,” Barlen, 41, explains. “We were going through our own film education and watching everything we could get our hands on.”
Barlen and Brunker found every excuse to make films in high school, shooting mysteries, science-fiction shorts and prison-break scenes. Using a simple camcorder, they played around with special effects, like split screen or having the same person appear twice in one shot.
“I remember Bob saving up all his money from his part-time job to buy a little box that would allow you to do cuts or dissolves on video,” says Brunker. “Now that’s kind of laughable, given we can do that all on our phones.”
The duo took their devotion to university. Barlen earned a BFA in film and video at Ryerson, while Brunker studied animation at Sheridan College. In the early 2000s, during a trip to Los Angeles, they toured Paramount Studios, where Bunker says, “We were talking the whole time about how amazing it would be to get to make a movie for Paramount one day.”
As the filmmakers behind “PAW Patrol: The Movie,” they did just that. The first full-length feature based on the long-running kids’ TV series, it opens in theatres and debuts on Paramount+ on August 20. But Barlen and Brunker didn’t initially set out to work in animated children’s films.
After graduating, they began making commercials that harnessed Brunker’s animation skills. They would write scenes together, then Barlen would produce while Brunker directed. Barlen recalls one particularly memorable shoot: “We did a commercial for Club House spices where the spice jars come to life.”
The partners got their big break in film on the 2013 animated hit “Escape from Planet Earth,” which featured the voices of Brendan Fraser, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jessica Alba. After Brunker was hired as director, he brought on Barlen to help with the script. “I remember going into that first test screening thinking, ‘If this doesn’t go well, we might never get another chance to write a movie,’” Brunker remembers. “In the first minute or two, the audience burst out laughing. Even though it’s stressful, it’s wonderful to see the material connecting with people.”
Barlen and Brunker cowrote four more animated children’s films: “The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature” (which Brunker also directed), “Son of Bigfoot,” “Arctic Dogs” and “Monster Zone,” all while keeping Toronto as their home base. In between, Barlen also worked as a writer and producer on “George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight” for one season. Then, in early 2019, Spin Master came calling.
Brunker, the father of two young kids, was familiar with the Toronto-based entertainment company’s wildly popular kids TV series “PAW Patrol,” which follows a boy named Ryder who leads missions with a team of rescue dogs.
Spin Master had first reached out to Brunker as a writer and director, and Barlen came aboard as a co-writer and associate producer. They pitched the film as a big-screen event, not just a long TV episode. “We wanted to focus on one character’s main story and go on an emotional journey with them,” Brunker explains. “
It would be familiar for fans of the show, but also an elevated experience to go see at the theatre.” Kim Kardashian West, Jimmy Kimmel and Randall Park were brought on to voice key characters and give the movie some star power.