The other title character in Captain America: The Winter Soldier finally has a poster to call his own.
Together, Mr. Peabody & Sherman have hopped, skipped, and jumped through the ages, traveling through time itself to gab with the likes of Johannes Gutenberg, Genghis Khan, and Marie Antoinette.
This Friday, the world's smartest living creature and his adopted human son explore the circuits of time on the big screen for the first time in their fifty-five year history.
Peabody and his ward go all the way back to 1959, when Peabody's Improbable History was a recurring segment on The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. Using a device of Peabody's own invention, the WABAC machine, the duo went on educational jaunts throughout history, and their adventures influenced much of the time travel cinema of the last half-century.
Yet only now are they getting a movie of their own.
Mr. Peabody & Sherman isn't just a long overdue feature for a durable pair of pop culture artifacts, though. It's also the culmination of more than a decade of effort on the part of director Rob Minkoff.
Late last year, IAR Managing Editor Jami Philbrick was invited to 20th Century Fox to get an early look at Mr. Peabody & Sherman. While there, he also had the opportunity to speak with Minkoff and Ty Burrell, the Modern Family star lending his voice to Mr. Peabody in the brilliant beagle's long-awaited theatrical debut.
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