A young imaginative 10-year old girl named Cameron “June” Bailey (Brianna Denski) spent her childhood days constructing an amusement park filled with fantastical rides and inhabited by talking animals called Wonderland with her mother (Jennifer Garner) and her friends, but she lost her sense of imagination and wonder after her mother died and growing up, until she finds the real Wonderland in the woods while at math camp. She needs to team up with the animals to stop the destruction of Wonderland by Chimpanzombies and bring it back to life.
Genres: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
Country: Spain | USA
Release Date: 15 March 2019 (USA)
- Brianna Denski as Cameron “June” Bailey, an optimistic, imaginative girl
- Sofia Mali as Young June
- Ken Hudson Campbell (US) & Tom Baker (UK) as Boomer, a narcoleptic blue bear who welcomes the visitors to Wonderland
- Jennifer Garner as Mrs. Bailey, June’s mother
- Matthew Broderick as Mr. Bailey, June’s father
- Kenan Thompson (US), Ryan Fitzgerald (AUS), Joe Sugg (UK) as Gus, a beaver who is Cooper’s brother
- Ken Jeong (US), Wippa (AUS), Caspar Lee (UK) as Cooper, a beaver who is Gus’ brother
- Mila Kunis as Greta, a wild boar who is Steve’s love interest
- John Oliver as Steve, a porcupine who is the safety officer of Wonderland
- Oev Michael Urbas as Banky, June’s best friend
- Norbert Leo Butz as Peanut, a chimpanzee who acts as Wonderland’s mascot and ride creator
- Kevin Chamberlin as Uncle Tony
- Kate McGregor-Stewart as Aunt Albertine
- Kath Soucie as Bus Counselor Shannon
- Daran Norris as Principal Peters
As of March 17, 2019, Wonder Park has grossed $16 million in the United States and Canada, and $4.3 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $20.3 million.
In the United States and Canada, Wonder Park was released alongside Captive State and Five Feet Apart, and was projected to gross $8–14 million from 3,838 theaters in its opening weekend. It made $5.4 million on its first day, including $700,000 from Thursday night previews. It went on to debut to $16 million, which although beating projections, Deadline Hollywood said was “[not] enough to consider this…production a success”.
Last score update: 3/19/19