Martin Sheen, Matthew Modine to Dub ‘Wrinkles’

Wrinkles Voices Martin Sheen

Gkids to release English version early in 2014

George Coe (“Archer”), Matthew Modine and Martin Sheen topline the English-language dub of “Wrinkles,” a standout recent animated feature from Spain.

Directed by Spaniard Ignacio Ferreras, adapting Paco Roca’s award-winning graphic novel, “Wrinkles” will be released in the U.S. by New York-based distributor Gkids, which has gained large notice for scoring three animated feature Oscar nominations in the past three years: for “The Secret of Kells,” “A Cat in Paris” and “Chico & Rita.”

Gkids has set “Wrinkles’” U.S. theatrical bow for early 2014. The Gkids-produced dub, now complete, will be available in all English-language territories in international, Gkids announced Thursday.

Marina Fuentes’ 6 Sales handles international sales on “Wrinkles,” which was produced by Manuel Cristobal’s Perro Verde Films and Cromosoma.

An  buddy movie set in a retirement home with a hand-drawn 2D animation style, “Wrinkles” charts the growing friendship between Miguel, a wheeler-dealer, and Emilio, a retired bank manager suffering the first symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Miguel tries to prevent Emilio’s consignment to third-floor solitary confinement and, for the first time in his life, develops a real emotional bond with another person.

A double-winner at 2012’s Spanish Academy Goya awards- for animated feature and screenplay – “Wrinkles” has become a Spanish flagship for traditional animation and one of the best-reviewed of any Spanish film in recent years, whether animation or live action.

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