We can already see the trailer of the animated series Gremlins: The secrets of the Mogwai, which will tell us about the origin of Gizmo.
In 1984 Gremlins was released, a movie where a young man receives an unexpected gift, since his father gives him a pet named Gizmo that has very important rules. But since they don’t comply, some small monstrous beings appear and unleash chaos. Now we will know its origin in Gremlins: The secrets of the Mogwai.
Here we leave you the trailer of this animated series.
What do you think? Leave us your comments below in the opinion section. As shown in the trailer, the mission will be anything but easy. Sam (Izaac Wang) and his friend Elle (Gabrielle Nevaeh) try to get Gizmo to safety, but are relentlessly pursued by a man named Riley Greene (Matthew Rhys), who wants to get his hands on the adorable little being. But it’s not just Riley that makes things difficult for the youngsters, as they quickly find themselves sucked into a world of magic beyond anything they’ve experienced before, including many elements of Chinese myth and folklore.
What is the series about?
Official Synopsis for Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai.
The series takes viewers back to 1920s Shanghai, where the Wing family first meets a young Mogwai named Gizmo (AJ LoCascio). Voiced by Izaac Wang, Sam Wing (future store owner, Mr. Wing in the 1984 film “Gremlins”) accepts the dangerous task of bringing Gizmo home and embarks on a journey across China. Teaming up with a teenage street thief named Elle (Gabrielle Nevaeh), Sam and Gizmo meet and sometimes battle colorful monsters and spirits from Chinese folklore. Throughout their quest, they are hunted by a power-hungry industrialist named Riley Greene (Matthew Rhys) and his growing army of evil Gremlins.
Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai
Gremlins: The Secrets of the Mogwai will premiere on Max (formerly HBO Max) on May 23, 2023. The series consists of 10 episodes and has the collaboration of Joe Dante, which has to give fans some peace of mind.
Let’s hope this series does justice to the movie Gremlins, since it is part of the childhood and youth of a large number of viewers. Also, if it is as successful as expected, there may be interest in making a third installment in live action.