Trolls: World Tour: Don't miss the song Just Sing... in 39 languages!

The sequel to 'Trolls' (2016) remains intractable at the Spanish box office and becomes the viewers' favorite choice for the third consecutive week.

Since its film release on October 23, Trolls 2: World Tour has been intractable. DreamWorks Animation's animated film and Trolls sequel (2016) has become a favorite choice for Spanish viewers and has been number one for three consecutive weeks. They direct Walt Dohrn and David P. Smith, who have again had the original voices of Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake as Poppy and Branch, respectively. Want to listen to your song 'Just Sing' in no more than 39 languages? Hit the 'Play' and enjoy it all over the top.

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Hindi, Latvian, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Mandarin, Swedish, Italian, Polish, Hungarian, Estonian, Catalan. Universal Pictures has broadcast a friendly video that is just over four minutes long in which Poppy (Anna Kendrick), Branch (Justin Timberlake), all her friends and even the villain of history, the queen of trolls Roqueros Barb (Rachel Bloom), sing twinned the 'Just Sing', overcome their differences and embrace their particularities, both theirs and those of all musical genres. As King Thrash (Ozzy Osbourne) says: "Let everyone be what he wants to be."


The plot of Trolls World Tour, based on Thomas Dam's Good Luck Trolls, is not only limited to Pop Trolls but also features those who represent 'funk', techno, country, rock, and classical music. Each clan keeps a magic rope that feeds their music and Barb (Bloom) is determined to gather the six strings so that rock is the only one that exists.

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This second part of the family-friendly franchise has featured old and new voices, performers, and music stars alike. Among these are those of Ron Funches, James Corden, Karan Soni, Anderson. Paak, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson, Sam Rockwell, Flula Borg, Kunal Nayyar, Jamie Dornan, J Balvin, Kenan Thompson, Gustavo Dudamel or the formation of K-Pop Red Velvet.

Don't miss the 39-language video with the song 'Just Sing' and then our interviews with Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, and co-director Walt Dohrn. Which tribe do you think you'd belong to?

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