I Am Groot is an upcoming animated television series made by Ryan Little for the streaming platform Disney Plus and is based on the Marvel Comics character Groot, one of the cutest characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It consists of Marvel Studios’ short films.
It is a Guardians of the Galaxy spin-off series consisting of short films starring possibly other MCU characters. The series, directed by Kirsten Lepore, was announced in December 2020, and the production of its photorealistic animation began in August 2021.
I am Groot Disney+ Hotstar Release Date
The wait is over for all anime fans, as the release date for the MCU’s most anticipated series, I am Groot, has been revealed. The official Disney+ Twitter account has released a poster featuring our beloved character Groot and the series’ release date.
It has been confirmed that the series will premiere on Disney+ on August 10, 2022, as part of the MCU’s Phase Four. So mark your calendars and prepare to be entertained.
In the I am Groot Poster upcoming series post a Guardians of the Galaxy character relaxes while listening to music and wearing sunglasses.
See the I Am Groot poster below:
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) June 5, 2022
I am Groot Trailer
The monosyllabic space hero’s animated “Guardians of the Galaxy” spinoff, “I Am Groot,” released its first trailer on Friday following a Marvel Studios Comic-Con panel.
Groot (voiced in the MCU by Vin Diesel) is an extraterrestrial space creature noted for his friendly demeanour and gentle disposition. He was originally created by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, and Jack Kirby in the 1960s comic book “Tales to Astonish.” Despite his intelligence, Groot can only say one phrase at a time, “I am Groot,” though those close to him, particularly his regular partner-in-crime Rocket Raccoon, can understand the meaning behind his words.
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) July 22, 2022
Each of the five animated shorts will focus on a different period of Groot’s life. The teaser shows Groot fighting a militaristic group of tiny blue aliens, only to save them when a lead he farts out turns out to be a source of food for the colony. Groot is also seen exploring a massive spaceship, dancing with a gelatinous clone of himself, and dressing in moss clothing.
Groot first appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy,” where he sacrificed himself to be replaced by his son, “Baby Groot,” who grew as a sapling out of his body. “I am Groot” will follow Baby Groot on his adventures across the galaxy away from the Guardians, where he meets new characters and encounters perilous situations. Diesel has returned to provide voiceovers for the series, and Bradley Cooper will return to play Rocket Racoon, among other characters.