The adorable goat movie is set to debut in Canada next month (February 8) and the U:A.S.: New Zealand, U:U.K.: U.P.A., Canada and the rest of the world, with an April 25 theatrical debut in the United States and a U.N. General Assembly speech on May 2.
The movie will premiere at the New York Film Festival in April, followed by the U2 concert at Madison Square Garden.
The cast of the movie includes Jason Mraz, Terence Stamp, John Malkovich, Sam Worthington, Josh Gad, James Spader, Josh Boone and Tessa Thompson.
The goat movie will be made by Animal Collective, which recently scored a major win for the animal rights group at the Oscars.
The film is based on a true story of a goat that became a celebrity and a global phenomenon, earning him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The original story is set in the small town of Woodford, Minnesota.
The animal rights organization started a campaign to raise awareness of the plight of goats, and the campaign has grown exponentially in the last two years.
The campaign raised more than $1.8 million from donors, which will be donated to Woodford’s non-profit animal shelter, according to a statement from the group.
The story was filmed in Minnesota and in Canada.
The filmmakers have raised $2.8m from the campaign, which has raised more money than they ever expected to, according the statement.
The first two chapters of the story, “The Goat,” and “Cute” were released in 2017.
“The Movie,” set in a small town in rural America, has been filmed in more than 60 countries and will debut in May 2018.
“CUTE” was shot in Canada in 2019 and will be released later this year.
The second chapter, “Animal Collective: The Goat Movie,” is set for release on April 10 in the UK.
The full cast of “Cutesy Goat” includes John Malkovic, Tessa Mraz and Terence Stapleton.
The group’s website describes “Cuteness,” as follows: A little goat in the woods of a small Montana town, Cute, is learning the importance of friendship.
When her best friend, Tilly, is bitten by a rat and goes into labor, Cuteness finds herself the one to care for her.
Cute is a cute little goat who will help people make new friends, even if they are new friends are kind of annoying, and is a great way to bring new friends to life!
“Cue the goat and let’s go!,” the description says.
The Canadian trailer is below.