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‘The Willoughbys’ Viewed by 37.6 Million in First Month, Netflix Claims

'The Willoughbys,' executive produced and narrated by Ricky Gervais, has been watched by 37.6 million households since bowing April 22 on Netflix, according to the streamer.

‘The Willoughbys’: Film Review

The four children of grotesquely egocentric, neglectful parents plot to make themselves orphans in 'The Willoughbys,' a fizzy new animated family comedy from Netflix.

Movie Trailers This Week: ‘The Willoughbys,’ ‘Survive the Night’

Netflix and Lionsgate Home Entertainment released new trailers this week with the animated family film The 'Willoughbys' and the Bruce Willis-led thriller 'Survive the Night.'

Will Forte- and Alessia Cara-Voiced Siblings Devise Plan to Get Rid of Parents in ‘The Willoughbys’ Trailer

In the trailer for Netflix's animated film version of Lois Lowry's 'The Willoughbys,' Will Forte and Alessia Cara voice siblings who devise a plan to get rid of their parents. Maya Rudolph, Terry Crews, Martin Short, Jane Krakowski and Ricky Gervais round out the voice cast of the Kris Pearn- and Cory Evans-directed movie, which starts streaming April 22.

Annecy: Netflix Reveals First Footage From Ricky Gervais’ ‘The Willoughbys’

At the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in Annecy, France, Netflix on Wednesday unveiled the first footage from its second animated feature, 'The Willoughbys,' executive produced and narrated by Ricky Gervais, as well as images from its series in development: Malenga Mulendema's 'Mama K's Team 4,' Hitoshi Mogi's 'Dino Girl Gauko' and Elizabeth Ito's 'City of Ghosts.'

Maya Rudolph, Terry Crews Join Ricky Gervais in ‘The Willoughbys’

Martin Short and Jane Krakowski have also joined the animated film from Bron Studios.

Ricky Gervais to Narrate Animated Feature ‘The Willoughbys’

Bron Animation is producing the feature based on Lois Lowry's children's book.

‘The Willoughbys’ to Be Adapted as Animated Feature

Lois Lowry's popular children's book will be adapted for the screen by animation veterans Kris Pearn and Adam Wood.