When a goose named Peng is left stranded with two ducklings, he’s forced to take care of them and lead them back to their flock.
Peng (Jim Gaffigan) is a free-spirited bachelor who will do anything to avoid practicing for the forthcoming migration. Highly self-assured, he neglects his flock of geese and does things his own way, at his own pace.
But when he attempts to perform a dangerous stunt at exceptional speed, Peng flies too low to the ground, hitting some ducklings and separating brother and sister Chao (Lance Lim) and Chi (Zendaya) from their flock.
Peng is left stranded with the two youngsters, who are miles away from their family. With a harsh winter ahead, Peng reluctantly agrees to take the siblings under his wing.
What happens next is an epic journey filled with adventures as the unlikely trio head through mountains, lakes, and forests to try and reach their peers.
But the adventure is not without its dangers. Peng must protect Chao and Chi from the evil cat, Banzou (Greg Proops) who is hungry for prey and relentlessly tries to hunt down the two ducklings.
From the directors who produced Shrek from Home, Duck Duck Goose is an American comedy starring Jim Gaffigan (Chuck), Zendaya (The Greatest Showman), and Lance Lim (Innocent Blood).
- Release date: 30th Mar 2018
- Running time: 1hr 31mins
- Director: Christopher Jenkins
- Cast: Zendaya, Jim Gaffigan, Stephen Fry
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