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Yogi Bear is a 2010 live-action/CGI animated motion picture event adaption of the cartoon series by Hanna-Barbera's The Yogi Bear Show. The film stars Dan Aykroyd as the voice of Yogi Bear, Justin Timberlake as the voice of Boo-Boo Bear, and Tom Cavanagh as Ranger Smith. The film co-stars Anna Faris, T. J. Miller, Andrew Daly, and Nate Corddry. It was directed by Eric Brevig.

Disturbed By Warner Bros. Pictures

Cindy Bear did not appear on the film

Preceding the film, a 3D short called Rabid Rider featuring Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner was be shown.

A sequel to the film is yet to be released.

PlotEdit

Yogi and Boo Boo are two brown bears who have a penchant for stealing picnic baskets from visitors to Jellystone Park, while park rangers Smith and Jones are preventing them to do so. Meanwhile, Mayor R. Brown realizes that Franklin City is facing bankruptcy due to profligate spending on his part. To solve it and fund his election campaign to be the next governor, the mayor decides to select Jellystone as a logging site, and Jellystone is prepared to be shut down.

To save the park, Ranger Smith holds a Centennial festival where he hopes to make a profit selling Season Passes. To sabotage the effort, Mayor Brown plays on Ranger Jones' desire to be head ranger and promises him the position if the funds are not raised. Yogi and Boo Boo had promised Smith to stay out of sight during the festival, but Jones convinces them otherwise. They try to please the crowd with a waterskiing performance, but Yogi inadvertently sets his cape on fire, causing the fireworks Smith set up to be knocked over and ignited prematurely, launching them into the crowd, who flee in a panic. After Jellystone is shut down, Ranger Smith is forced to stay in Evergreen Park, a small urban enclave choked with litter and pollution, but not after he tells Yogi that Yogi is not as smart as he thinks he is. Now seeing that their home is in danger of being destroyed, Yogi and Boo Boo travel to Evergreen Park and tell Smith about this, where he places the clues that Mayor Brown had given him, that Brown and his chief of staff are planning to cut down Jellystone and its trees to make money. They return to Jellystone, and along with Rachel plan to stop the sale of the park. They learn that Boo Boo's pet turtle is a rare and endangered species, which means that, by law, the Park cannot be destroyed if the turtle is residing there. Ranger Jones then turns over Mayor Brown and teams up with Smith, Rachel, and the bears, after learning that he has been manipulated. Mayor Brown then learns about this and has his guards steal the turtle and confronts the group, stating that power is more convincing than the law.

After Mayor Brown leaves for his conference, Rachel reveals that she had installed a camera in Boo Boo's bow tie, which recorded Mayor Brown's confession. The turtle manages to escape from Brown's Chief of Staff by using his frog-like tongue to pull itself through the car window and out into the park. Yogi and Boo Boo keep the guards distracted so Ranger Smith can upload the confession in the Jumbotron. When the confession is played, the crowd riots, and Brown attempts to tell them that the turtle does not exist, but the turtle manages to get into the conference. The people then learn about the park having an endangered species. Police officers arrest Mayor Brown and his guards for his crime; his chief of staff attempts to escape, but is pinned down by Rachel and he's arrested as well. The park then becomes a great success. Jones loses his position as head ranger and Smith takes it back. But Jones still works there, handing out flyers about how Jellystone Park has a rare and endangered turtle, while Rachel and Ranger Smith admit their feelings for each other. However after they kiss, they start chasing after Yogi and Boo Boo, who are back to stealing picnic baskets once again.


When visitors stop visiting Jellystone Park, Mayor Brown (Andrew Daly) decides to shut it down and sell the land. That would mean everyone would lose the joy of the outdoors, and worst of all, Yogi (voiced by Dan Aykroyd) and Boo-Boo (voiced by Justin Timberlake) would be thrown out of the only home they've ever known. So Yogi and Boo Boo must team up with their arch-enemy Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh) to save Jellystone Park.

SynopsisEdit

Mayor Brown confesses that he does not care about the enviroment, but it is filmed by Boo Boo (Justin Timberlake) and Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh) shows it to everybody attending Mayor Brown's (evil) press conference. Ranger Smith thanks Yogi for saving Jellystone, and Ranger Jones says "Welcome to Jellystone, home of Turtle and Yogi Bear. Here's a season pass. I'm Ranger...Jones".

CastEdit

SequelEdit

May 26, 2011

Warner Bros. is moving forward with a sequel to their 2010 release, Yogi Bear. According to Variety, Joshua Sternin and Jeffrey Ventimilia, two of the writers behind the original film, have signed on to provide the first draft.

Yogi Bear, released in 3D and based on the popular Hanna Barbera cartoon character, was directed by Eric Brevig and starred Dan Aykroyd, Justin Timberlake, Tom Cavanagh, Anna Faris and Andy Daly. Brad Copeland was the other credited writer, but there's no word yet on whether any of the other talent will be returning.



Read more: Writers Hired for Yogi Bear 2 - ComingSoon.net http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=78130#ixzz1atdR1DaS



Read more: Writers Hired for Yogi Bear 2 - ComingSoon.net http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=78130#ixzz1atdR1DaS

Home Media Edit

On Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc on Blu-ray and DVD in 2011

Gallery Edit

TriviaEdit

  • Many students of Daws Butler (the original voice of Yogi Bear) sent Dan Aykroydtapes of Butler explaining how to do Yogi's voice. Aykroyd refused to listen to any of the tapes, preferring to do his own take on the classic character.

WILHELM SCREAM: When a pinecone falls out of a tree and hits Yogi in the eye. This is the first live-action adaptation of a Hanna-Barbera cartoon to be made without the assistance of William Hanna or Joseph Barbera, who passed away in 2001 and 2006 respectively. When Justin Timberlake was younger and learning to sing, he imitated various cartoon characters, and so came in with a prepared Boo-Boo voice. The film was primarily shot in New Zealand, as it was winter in the northern hemisphere and to wait for summer would delay the shooting schedule longer by six months longer than if in southern hemisphere.

Videos Edit

Yogi Bear - Trailer 302:52

Yogi Bear - Trailer 3

Yogi Bear Movie Trailer01:29

Yogi Bear Movie Trailer

Yogi Bear (2010) - Home Video Trailer for Yogi Bear 202:25

Yogi Bear (2010) - Home Video Trailer for Yogi Bear 2

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer 3 for Yogi Bear02:30

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer 3 for Yogi Bear

Yogi Bear (2010) - Interview "Dan Aykroyd On His Affections For Yogi Bear"00:35

Yogi Bear (2010) - Interview "Dan Aykroyd On His Affections For Yogi Bear"

Yogi Bear (2010) - Home Video Trailer for Yogi Bear01:26

Yogi Bear (2010) - Home Video Trailer for Yogi Bear

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer 2 for Yogi Bear01:30

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer 2 for Yogi Bear

Yogi Bear Movie Trailer 2 Official (HD)01:32

Yogi Bear Movie Trailer 2 Official (HD)

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer for Yogi Bear01:20

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer for Yogi Bear

Yogi Bear (2010) - Clip Razzle Dazzle01:01

Yogi Bear (2010) - Clip Razzle Dazzle

Yogi Bear (2010) - Clip Ranger Smith At Your Service01:02

Yogi Bear (2010) - Clip Ranger Smith At Your Service

Yogi Bear (2010) - Interview "Anna Faris On The Mayor And The Chief Of Staff"00:50

Yogi Bear (2010) - Interview "Anna Faris On The Mayor And The Chief Of Staff"

Yogi Bear (2010) - Interview "Justin Timberlake On Dan Aykroyd As Yogi"00:26

Yogi Bear (2010) - Interview "Justin Timberlake On Dan Aykroyd As Yogi"

Yogi Bear (2010) - Clip I Think It's Time To Introduce Myself To That Pic-A-Nic Basket01:12

Yogi Bear (2010) - Clip I Think It's Time To Introduce Myself To That Pic-A-Nic Basket

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer for this film about the lovable talking bear01:29

Yogi Bear (2010) - Open-ended Trailer for this film about the lovable talking bear

Yogi Bear (German)01:20

Yogi Bear (German)

My Fun Interview with Yogi Bear and Boo Boo for "Yogi Bear"01:41

My Fun Interview with Yogi Bear and Boo Boo for "Yogi Bear"

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