The Army Bunny is a 2021 American 3D computer-animated comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and Columbia Pictures, and released by Sony Pictures Releasing. Directed by Jill Cumberbatch in her directorial debut from a screenplay by Andrew J. Cohen, and stars Tom Hanks as Trevor the Army Bunny, with Suki Waterhouse, Bill Irwin, Bryce Dallas Howard, Thomas Kretschmann, Oscar Issac, Holiday Grainger, Lil Rel Howery, Guillermo del Toro, Ricki Lake, and Richard Dreyfuss in supporting roles.
Production on The Army Bunny began on December 29, 2019, with Billy Crystal cast in the role of Trevor, but by February 4, 2020, he dropped his role due to a scheduling conflict with The Lego Chima Movie and passed the role to Tom Hanks. The film's musical score was composed by Thomas Newman, who is best known for his involvement with Disney/Pixar films like Finding Nemo (2003), WALL-E (2008), and Finding Dory (2016).
The film had its world premiere in Hollywood on August 9, 2021, and was released theatrically on August 29, 2021 in the United States. When released, The Army Bunny was both a critical and commercial success, grossing $879 million against its $111 million budget. It went on to surpass Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation as Sony Pictures Animation's highest-grossing completely animated film.
Tom Hanks as Trevor, a bunny who is a member of the army.
Suki Waterhouse as McQuiggin, a bunny and Trevor's sister.
Bill Irwin and Bryce Dallas Howard as Wayne and Wanda, a pig and otter duo who are Trevor's best friends.
Thomas Kretschmann as Daniac, an eagle and Trevor's arch-nemesis.
Oscar Issac as Hiss, an Eastern indigo snake who is one of Trevor's friends.
Holiday Grainger as Jeannine, a Canada goose and one of Trevor's friends.
Lil Rel Howery as Billy, a porcupine who is one of Trevor's friends.
Guillermo del Toro as Jupiter, a jackalope and Trevor's neighbor.
Richard Dreyfuss as Goat, an elderly rabbit and the clan leader of the forest animals.
Ricki Lake as Ms. Mallard, Trevor's teacher.
Billy West as bunny 1#
Keith Silverstein as bunny 2#
Tony Oliver as bunny 3#
Frank Welker as fox