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TRAILER: Nickelodeon’s CG-Animated ‘Lucky’ Premieres March 8

Hour-long TV movie features the voices of Mark Hamill, Kira Kosarin, Ron Funches, Flula Borg, and Gunnar Sizemore.

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Nickelodeon has released a new trailer for its forthcoming CG-animated TV movie, Lucky. Premiering Friday, March 8, at 7:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon USA, Lucky is a hilarious adventure that follows Hap, the unluckiest leprechaun around, and his search for his family’s lost gold.

The hour-long film stars the voice talents of Mark Hamill (Star Wars), Kira Kosarin (The Thundermans), Ron Funches (Trolls), Flula Borg (Pitch Perfect 2) and Gunnar Sizemore (Ben 10). Following its U.S. premiere, Lucky is expected to roll out on Nickelodeon’s international channels and branded blocks across 170+ countries and territories.

Lucky tells the story of Hap McSweeney (Sizemore), a leprechaun cursed with horrible luck after a dragon stole his family’s pot of gold many years ago. While on a field trip to the mansion of the luckiest and most mysterious man in Fortune City, Houlihan (Hamill), Hap and his three best friends Shannon (Kosarin), a hotheaded elf; Sammy (Funches), a gentle giant; and Reggie (Borg), a wild gremlin, stumble upon a particularly familiar pot of gold and must form a plan to pull off the ultimate heist to steal back the McSweeney gold and restore the family’s luck. All of that and more is teased in the TV movie’s first trailer!

Here’s the official synopsis, and you can check out the new trailer in the player below:

In Lucky, unlucky leprechaun Happy McSweeney is in for the adventure of a lifetime when he and his friends -- Sammy, the kind one; Shannon, the brave one; and Reggie, the weird one -- set out on a daring mission to retrieve his family’s long-lost pot of gold that was stolen by the evil Houlihan from the McSweeney family years ago. Can Happy get his family luck back?

The movie is directed by Casey Leonard (Breadwinners) and written by Bart Coughlin (Alvinnn!!! And the Chipmunks), Bill Motz (Rufus) and Bob Roth (Rufus), with Darren Thomas and David Steinberg, Nickelodeon’s SVP of Animation Production, serving as executive producers. Lucky is produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio in Burbank.

Source: Nickelodeon

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.

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