Walt Disney Pictures have started to preview their forthcoming new computer animated film "Bolt" in the big screen with the theatrical release of their other animation movie "Wall-E". Giving similar chance for those who haven't gone to the theaters, the mouse house also let out the trailer through the virtual world.
Opened with a telephone ring, the video footage shows scared-looking Penny whose voice is filled by rising star Miley Cyrus answering the phone while sitting on a bench with her dog, Bolt, in the middle of a park. The phone call is from Penny's father assuring that everything will be fine because she has Bolt with her. After a brief explanation that he has altered Bolt into a superdog, the adventure of the two continue until Penny is kidnapped by the villain.
When the compilation of clips goes on further, it is clear that the adventures are for camera only. But, Bolt doesn't know that. When he is accidentally shipped from his Hollywood sound stage to New York City, he is still in the delusion of having to save Penny. Believing that his powers are real, he then begins his biggest and real adventure accompanied with a jaded, abandoned house cat, Mittens, and a TV-obsessed hamster in a plastic ball, Rhino, in a journey to find his way home.
Being a non-Pixar Disney animation, "Bolt" puts together a story of a super star dog finding that he doesn't need his imaginative superpower to be a real hero in life. Aside from Cyrus, it also features the voice talents of John Travolta as the main character, Bolt, Susie Essman as Mittens and Mark Walton as Rhino. The family movie is coming into theaters on November 26.