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"Monster Trucks" is a 2016 American 3D live-action/computer-animated action comedy film produced by Paramount Animation, Disruption Entertainment and Nickelodeon Movies. It is directed by Chris Wedge and written by Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger, Derek Connolly and Matthew Robinson. The film stars Lucas Till, Jane Levy, Amy Ryan, Rob Lowe, Danny Glover, Barry Pepper and Holt McCallany, and was the final film of Jon Polito before his death in September 2016.
Principal photography of the film began on April 4, 2014, in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. The film is set to be released in the United States on January 13, 2017, by Paramount Pictures. It received negative reviews and has grossed $3 million.
Looking for any way to get away from the life and town he was born into, Tripp (Lucas Till), a high school senior, builds a monster truck from bits and pieces of scrapped cars. After an accident at a nearby oil-drilling site displaces a strange and subterranean creature with a taste and a talent for speed who he names Creech, Tripp may have just found the key to getting out of town and a most unlikely friend.
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