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Watch: A Slew of ‘The Bad Guys’ Behind-the-Scenes Clips

They’re BAD, and they’re streaming your way on Peacock July 1! DreamWorks Animations’ 3DCG animated comedy about a crackerjack criminal crew of animal outlaws attempting to become model citizens.

Lock the doors, draw the drapes - The Bad Guys are determined to break into your home… entertainment! Already available on Digital, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, the DreamWorks Animation’s 3DCG animated comedy is coming to Peacock July 1. 

Who can resist the notorious bad guys in this action-packed heist that follows a crackerjack criminal crew of animal outlaws about to attempt their most challenging con yet—becoming model citizens?

Based on the Scholastic children’s graphic novels by Aaron Blabey, the film showcases a crew of lovable and edgy characters bursting with personality, embracing individuality with each character’s unique skill set, ranging from hacking and disguise to muscle and drive.

Check out the Bad Guys’ bonus clips and prepare to be BAD:

The Bad Guys | The Party Infiltration | Behind The Scenes:

The Bad Guys | Learn How To Make Frozen Popsicles! | Bonus Feature:

The Bad Guys | Learn How to Create Snake! | Bonus Feature:

The Bad Guys | The Maraschino Ruby: Part 1 | Bonus Feature:

The Bad Guys | Sam Rockwell as Wolf | Behind The Scenes:

The Bad Guys | Marc Maron As Snake | Behind The Scenes:

And in case you missed it, here’s the official trailer:

The family action-comedy features stylized animation and a star-studded voice cast including Academy Award winner Sam Rockwell (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), Marc Maron (GLOW), Craig Robinson (Hot Tub Time Machine franchise), Anthony Ramos (In The Heights), and Awkwafina (Crazy Rich Asians) as the bad guys, alongside co-stars Zazie Beetz (Joker), Lily Singh (Bad Moms), Emmy winner Alex Borstein (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), and Richard Ayoade (Paddington 2).

The Bad Guys is directed by Pierre Perifel (animator, Kung Fu Panda films), making his feature directing debut. Produced by Damon Ross (development executive Trolls, The Boss Baby, co-producer Nacho Libre) and Rebecca Huntley (associate producer, The Boss Baby) with Blabey, Etan Cohen, and Patrick Hughes serving as executive producers. The movie was produced by DreamWorks Animation.

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.