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Monsters at Work: release date, cast, plot and trailer



Monsters at Work: release date, cast, plot and trailer

Monsters at Work: release date, cast, plot and trailer

Monsters at Work: Pete Docter is back with a sequel to the Monsters, Inc. while Bobs Gannaway develops the series Monsters at Work. The series moves to the same kind of computer animation as Monster, Inc. The fans were eager to spin-off or sequel the Monsters, Inc. franchise and now they have both in one. Read the full article to find out who will be back in the series from the movie while who has been added.

Disney Plus is going to stream this incredible looking computer animation in July. The pandemic disrupted production on a large scale. Still, Monsters at Work will hit the streamer’s screen on July 2, 2021 to be precise. This sequel to Monsters, Inc. is produced under the banner of Pixar Animation Studios, ICON Creative Studios and Disney Television Animation.

Cast: Monsters at Work

  • James P. Sullivan, aka Sulley, is voiced by John Goodman.
  • Mike Wazowski is voiced by Billy Crystal.
  • Yeti is voiced by John Rotzenberger.
  • Celia Mae and Benard are voiced by Jennifer Telly.
  • Roz and Pink are voiced by Bob Peterson.
  • Tylor Tuskmon is voiced by Ben Feldman.
  • Val Little is voiced by Kelly Marie Tran.
  • Fritz is voiced by Henry Winkler.
  • Millie Tuskmon is voiced by Aisha Tyler.
  • Smitty and Needleman are voiced by Stephen Stanton.
  • Duncan is voiced by Lucas Neff.
  • Cutter is voiced by Alana Ubach


Review: Monsters at work

The story begins roughly after the events of Mosters, Inc. The living city of monsters, Monstopolis, is ready for a change. They want a new way to fuel the city, with the sounds of laughter. Monster University’s new graduate, Tylor Tuskmon, wants to work with his idols. Taylor is currently a technician in the facility team. For now, there doesn’t seem to be a trailer or teaser for the series.

Disney Plus is going to host an MCU miniseries, The Falcon and The Winter SoldierSo what if Monsters at Work is animated and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier isn’t? They both have an incredible up-and-coming viewing audience.

Trailer: Mosters, Inc.


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