The upcoming Disney's adventure comedy about the lost chihuahua voiced by talented Drew Barrymore has gotten its first teaser trailer online.
It seems that Walt Disney Pictures are ready to introduce their latest comedy film project as they let out the first teaser trailer of the upcoming live-action dog tale "Beverly Hills Chihuahua". The video footage of the movie featuring the voices of Drew Barrymore, Andy Garcia and Salma Hayek takes one and a half minutes of screening and it gives out a general picture of who is the star in the film.
Opened with a series of clips showing the lush and natural wonders of the earth, the trailer begins with an introduction made by the star of the teaser himself, Bobby. Claiming that he is the descendant of ancient warriors who join Aztec soldiers in war, Bobby goes further by explaining that he is now in the inner circle of the wealthiest and powerful people. When he has finished giving the description, he then unveils what he is, a Chihuahua and starts rapping through the rest of the teaser.
Though the teaser doesn't give out the storyline, it still let out a funny and entertaining footage of dancing chihuahua dressed in Aztec costume. The teaser can be enjoyed below or on its trailer page at AceShowbiz.
Supported also by the likes of George Lopez, Piper Perabo, Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Zano, "Chihuahua" follows a story of a pampered chihuahua named Chloe, who gets lost in the streets of Mexico, as she joins forces with her newly found friends to go on a journey to find her way back home. The mouse house film will arrive in theaters on September 26.
"Beverly Hills Chihuahua" Trailer: