2016 movie Trolls is the movie that gave us Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop The Feeling." You might hope that would confine it to Hollywood's vast bin of mistake but, alas, the movie made $346M at the box office and, naturally, a sequel is coming in 2020.
Here's where things get a little unusual. As Deadline reports, Trolls World Tour will follow Timberlake's character Poppy and Branch (Anna Kendrick) as they discover six different "Troll tribes," each of which will represent a different genre of music. It is their job to protect these tribes from King Thrash, voiced by Ozzy Osbourne, and Queen Barb (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom).
The movie's voice cast is stacked with musicians: Anderson .Paak, George Clinton, and Mary J. Blige will reportedly play Trolls from the land of Funk while J Balvin will be the reggaeton Troll. Other cast members include Ester Dean, Jamie Dornan, Sam Rockwell, and Kenan Thompson. They join the previously announced James Corden, Ron Funches, and Kunal Nayyar.
Trolls World Tour will also feature original music by Justin Timberlake. Last year it was reported that Chance The Rapper would appear in the movie, though his name is absent on the latest cast announcement.