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Bread Barbershop (Korean: 브레드 이발소) is an upcoming 2021 animated comedy film was made by Columbia Pictures, Thrashcartoon


Productions and Monster Studio. The film is scheduled to be released theatrically on November 5, 2021, in the United States, and September 29, 2021, in South Korea. It received mixed reviews from critics, as with its predecessors, and has grossed $98 million worldwide against a budget of $80 million. A Chiro short film named Hide The Mess! will be in theaters with Bread Barbershop.

Synopsis

In a town filled with food, Bread is a master cake decorator who gives life-changing makeovers that will put any customer in an amazing mood.

Cast

  • Marc Thompson as Master Bread, an anthropomorphic slice of bread who does makeovers to the customers in his barbershop named Bread Barbershop.
  • Laurie Hymes as Wilk, an anthropomorphic milk carton who cleans everything in Bread Barbershop.
  • Elinor Vanderburg as Choco, an anthropomorphic chocolate cupcake who does the cashier.
  • Sausage, an anthropomorphic sausage dog who was born in the bakery and Wilk founds Sausage in the trash.
  • Courtney Shaw as Cheese, an anthropomorphic yellow cheese and Wilk's best friend. Long time ago, Cheese has a bad smell when he's naked and often sprays people with a yellow spray.
  • Nicholas Corda as Butter, an anthropomorphic yellow butter who does acting. She has slippery issues like kissing the wall instead on Cookie's lips, or making Cookie drop in the water as the movie director yelled "CUT!".
  • James Weaver Clark as Potato Chip, an anthropomorphic potato chip who does makeovers to the customers using expired whip creams, chocolates, chocolate chips, and fruits in his barbershop named Potatochip Hair Shop.
  • Cait Powers-Page as Tiramisu
  • Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld as Big Head Cupcake
  • Barrett Leddy as Mini Donut

Release

The film is originally scheduled to be released on October 15, 2021. But on June 18, 2021, it got delayed to November 5 due to Hotel Transylvania: Transformania took its October slot due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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