Little Audrey is an upcoming American 3D computer-animated musical slapstick fantasy-comedy film, written and directed by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, produced by DreamWorks Animation and Harvey Entertainment, and distributed by Universal Pictures. The film explaining the origin story of a young girl named Little Audrey, which she was created by a painter. This film sets in Manhattan, New York City in 1934. This film is rated PG for mild rude humor including some reckless behavior, slapstick action and language.
The film was a modern take on the theatrical Little Audrey cartoons. In many ways, the show reverts to the both golden age era and silent era of shorts with surreal settings and offbeat character depictions.
- The film combined Fleischer Studios and Tex Avery-influence style.
- The film is a parody of musical comedy films from the 1930s.
- This is one of DreamWorks Animation's feature films to feature a main female protagonist.
- Due to lot more cartoon sound effects being used, this is mostly likely the first DreamWorks Animation film to use sound effects from various Hanna-Barbera cartoons and Warner Bros. cartoons.
- Unlike Tim and Eric's previous works that was adult-oriented, it was Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim's first children's film.
Runtime: 130 minutes
Sound Mix: Dolby Atmos | Auro 11.1
Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
Negative Format: Digital
Cinematographic Process: Digital 3-D