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Google play free movie Bling

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BLING

Google play free movie Bling

Available FREE on Google Play
Before It Hits Theaters
March 3 – April 10, 2016

Featuring the voice talents of Taylor Kitsch (“Friday Night Lights,” John Carter), Carla Gugino (“The Brink,” Spy Kids) and James Woods  (“Justice League Action,” Hercules) and distributed by Momentum Pictures and produced by DigiArt in association with Digital Idea and Celsius Entertainment.

BLING follows the tale of lowly theme park mechanic Sam whose plan to marry the girl of his dreams is thwarted by a super villain. It is up to him and his team of superhero robots to save the city. Can this accident-prone amusement park mechanic get back his ring, stop the villain, and win the girl before it’s too late?

This family-friendly, feature-length animated adventure will be available exclusively for free for a limited time* on Google Play starting March 3rd before it hits theaters.

BLING Synopsis

Google play free movie BlingLowly theme park mechanic Sam dreams about his childhood sweetheart Sue. With the misguided belief that only a bling ring can win the girl of his dreams, Sam plans the most perfect night to propose to his one true love.

But when supervillain Oscar shows up with an evil scheme involving a ring of his own, Sam’s plans are thrown into utter disarray. After mistaking each other’s rings for their own, Sam teams up with his robot superheroes to track down his engagement ring and save the city… learning that it’s not about the size of the bling, but the size of your heart.

Bling is produced by Korean animation studio Digiart (Garfield’s Pet Force, Garfield’s Fun Fest) and vfx shop Digital Idea, in association with Celsius Entertainment. It was directed by Kyung Ho Lee and Wonjae Lee, and written by Kyung Ho Lee, Hyunjoog Kim, and Chris Denk (Alpha and Omega, Happily N’Ever After 2). The English voice cast features the voices of Taylor Kitsch, Carla Gugino, James Woods, Tom Green, Jennette McCurdy, Jon Heder, and Jason Mewes.

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