Boonie Bears: Entangled Worlds
|Boonie Bears: Entangled Worlds|
|Mandarin||Xióng Chū Mò Zhī Qí Huàn Kōng Jīan|
|Literally||Bonnie Bears: Magical Space|
|Directed by||Ding Liang|
|Based on||Boonie Bears|
|Starring||Laure Shang |
|Distributed by||Le Vision Pictures (Tianjin) |
Pearl River Pictures
Shanghai Benlai Pictures
Shenzhen hua qiang fang te television program manufacture
Yuyue Film (Tianjin)
GZ. JinYiZhuJiang Movie Circuit
Donghai Xuri Pictures
Zhejiang Times Cinema Chain
Poly Film Investment
Boonie Bears: Entangled Worlds is a 2017 Chinese animated comedy film. An English dub of the film called Fantastica: A Boonie Adventure was released on DirectTV on May 16, 2019. The English dub features the voices of Josh Peck and Mario Lopez as the Boonie Bears.
This article needs a plot summary. (January 2017)
Sun Wukong's Mountain of Flowers and Fruit is assaulted by the Theives Group and Sun's fellow monkeys are easily taken down. The Theives Group eventually come to the center and try to steal Ruyi Jingu Bang but is stopped by Sun Wukong. After taking disadvantage, the Ninga brings a record which starts to play the sutra to tighten Sun's magical circlet and make him painful.
Having taken the Ruyi Jingu Bang from the losing resistance Sun Wukong, the Theives Group go back to the Boss's underwater base and meet the Boss who hired them for collecting treasures in all the Fictional world. The Boss explains the existence of Fictional Universe while shows his collections and orders them to hunt the Golden Deer Horn from Boonie Bears World.
Meanwhile, a group of researchers is searching for the Golden Deer Horn
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