This weekend, all movies are gonna get trolled. Remember those little naked troll dolls with the big hair that were all the rage in the 90s? Well, they’re back — with more clothes on this time around, and they’re hitting the big screen with Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick providing the voices.
Meet the trolls. Anna Kendrick voices Poppy, the extremely happy and positive leader.
Anna Kendrick (as Poppy): “All right! Let’s do this.”
And Branch, played by Justin Timberlake, is the exact opposite.
Justin Timberlake (as Branch): “I don’t do high fives.”
They live a worry-free life filled with dancing, hugging and singing … until the evil Bergens find them. You see, the only thing that can make a Bergen happy is eating a troll.
Anna Kendrick (as Poppy): “Branch, we just got attacked by a Bergen.”
Justin Timberlake (as Branch): “A Bergen!”
Chris Van Vliet: “If trolls are the food that Bergens eat to make them feel happy, what’s the food that you eat to make you feel happy?”
Anna Kendrick: “Right now, I could go for a deep dish pizza.”
Chris Van Vliet: “Oh, pizza!”
Anna Kendrick: “I would ruin a pizza.”
Justin Timberlake: “Pizza’s up there. I mean, Italian, Japanese, doughnuts. I mean, I’ll cover the spectrum.”
Great, now I’m hungry. Christopher Mintz-Plasse plays a Bergen who sings in the movie, and who better to teach you how to sing than Justin Timberlake?
Christopher Mintz-Plasse: “It was amazing. He taught me how to sing. I already know how to sing poorly, but he taught me how to sing even more poorly.”
Chris Van Vliet: “Oh, excellent!”
Christopher Mintz-Plasse: “And through my nose, which is just really cool. I was singing back here, and he told me to bring it up through my nasal section. I don’t know what the hell I’m talking about. Ask him when you interview him.”
Chris Van Vliet: “Yeah! ‘I got that sunshine in my pocket, got that good song in my feet.'”
Justin Timberlake not only stars in “Trolls.” He e also served as the executive music producer, picking songs for the movie, including “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” that he wrote specifically for this.
Chris Van Vliet: “Is it different for you writing a song specifically for a movie?”
Anna Kendrick: “They wanted it to be good. And he was like, ‘I’ll try.'”
Justin Timberlake: “Umm, censor yourself. That was the first one.”
And because I know that you want to know, I asked him exactly what you’re thinking.
Chris Van Vliet: “But Justin, have you been able to stop the feeling? Because for months, you’ve been unable to stop.”
Justin Timberlake: “I don’t know why you’d want to stop.”
Anna Kendrick: “I don’t know if you listen to the song, but you can’t stop.”
Chris Van Vliet: “Is it that you can’t, or you won’t?”
Justin Timberlake: “That’s for you to interpret, man. I’m not going to tell you what to do with your feelings.”
Chris Van Vliet: “But you’re telling me that I cannot stop them, though.”
Justin Timberlake: “Well, you asked for it, buddy.”
“Trolls” opens in theaters Nov. 4.
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