'Smallfoot' Trailer Features Channing Tatum as a Yeti Discovering Humans

‘Smallfoot’ turns the Bigfoot legend upside down.

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Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for the upcoming animated adventure-comedy Smallfoot, starring Channing Tatum, Zendaya, Common, and James Corden.

The film follows a Yeti monster named Migo (Channing Tatum) who shockingly discovers the myth of a small-footed creature called a human (James Cordon), who survives a plane crash near his snowy village. The film flips the Bigfoot tale on its ear, as Migo’s compadres don’t believe him until a group of other Yetis approach Migo, telling them they’ve found evidence of the creatures, and possibly even a bigger world outside of their village.

Smallfoot hits theaters on September 28.

In related news, check out the latest breakdown video on the Infinity Stones in the upcoming Avengers films.

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