Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) isn’t the sort of person you’d call ‘glamorous’. A mum vlogger, the excitement in her life comes vicariously through her best friend, Emily (Blake Lively).
Emily is everything Stephanie feels like she isn’t – glamourous, elegant, charming, alluring…
But everything changes when one day, Stephanie asks her for something.
“I need just a simple favour.”
Emily disappears and Stephanie is pulled into a twisted mystery. Alongside Emily’s husband, Sean (Henry Golding), she tries to peel apart the spider’s web and find out the truth.
Secrets, scandals, and sinister revelations spill out of the void. The more she searches, the further Stephanie seems to get from finding out the answer to the question everyone’s asking.
What happened to Emily?
Paul Feig (Ghostbusters: Answer the Call) directs this post-modern nod to film noir, which captures all the mystery and drama of the beloved genre through a new lens. Anna Kendrick (the Pitch Perfect franchise) stars as the average and frustrated Stephanie, alongside Blake Lively (The Shallows), Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians), and Linda Cardellini (Daddy’s Home 2).
Yi (Chloe Bennet) has long dreamed of leaving Shanghai and going travelling. Then one night, the young girl’s life is changed as she plays violin on the roof of her home.
Yi encounters a young yeti, much to her astonishment, who she tries to befriend. When she introduces the magical creature to her friends Jin (Tenzing Norgay Trainor) and Peng (Albert Tsai), the trio names him Everest, after his homeland, and decide to help him find his family.
With an epic 2,000 mile adventure to the tallest point on earth ahead of them, the group and their hairy new friend must overcome peril and obstacles to complete the challenging quest, all while evading capture from both the wealthy Burnish (Eddie Izzard) and dastardly zoologist Dr. Zara (Sarah Paulson)…
This family animation stars the voices of Chloe Bennet (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D), Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story, Birdbox, Carol), and Eddie Izzard (The Lego Batman Movie, Ocean’s Thirteen, Mystery Men) and is written by Jill Culton (Monsters, Inc., Open Season).