The Variety Club is a vital part of Western Australia’s Children’s Charities. This year Universal Pictures has partnered up with Variety to raise funds towards WA Children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs, Universal will be holding a special screening of the upcoming film HOP which has a live action/voice cast including James Marsden, Russell Brand, Kaley Cuoco, Hank Azaria, Elizabeth Perkins, Gary Cole, Chelsea Handler, Hugh Laurie.. The trailer looks fantastic for the whole family. Check out the press release below.
Hoyts and Universal Pictures International have teamed up to hold advanced screenings of the new CGI live action film, HOP, to raise funds for Variety the children’s charity and WA children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs.
On Sunday April 3 at 10.45am, be the first to see this Easter holiday film for just $8 dollars at either Hoyts Millennium or Hoyts Garden City in the Xtremescreen, with 100% of ticket sales donated to Variety WA (excluding booking fee).
From the makers of Despicable Me, HOP features the voice talent of Russell Brand, lots of crazy chicks, the most chocolate ever seen on screen and bunnies that poop candy! A combination of state of the art computer animation and live action, Hop is a basket full of fun – for all ages.
Hoyts Marketing Executive, Natasha Jurcun, says Hoyts is delighted to partner with Variety the Children’s Charity.
“We encourage everyone to hop into Hoyts and support this great cause. The more tickets sold, the more children Variety can help!”
In 2010, Variety WA touched the lives of more than 15,255 Western Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs – providing $2.112 million worth of equipment, special experiences and programs to 155 individual children and 94 other children’s charities and organisations.
HOP officially opens in cinemas April 7.
Check out the trailer below.