TRAILER: A DOG’S WAY HOME Finds The Path Straight To Our Hearts

A Dog’s Way Home is a follow-up to A Dog’s Purpose and based on yet another best-selling novel in the series which follows a lost dog, Bella (voiced by Bryce Dallas Howard) trying to find her way back to her owner played by Jonah Hauer-King (Little Women, 2017). The adventure takes Bella across several hundred miles where she encounters challenges and meets new friends. Sony has A Dog’s Way Home set for release on January 11, 2019.

About A Dog’s Way Home

Official Description: A dog embarks on a 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her owner, Lucas, who is an aspiring medical student.

The trailer for A Dog’s Way Home sets up a pretty epic journey for the adorable canine known as Bella. Nothing proves that statement more accurate than the dog meeting Wes Studi (The Last of the Mohicans, Mystery Men) who is an incredible actor with an unforgettable face. Behind the scenes, director Charles Martin Smith is an animal movie veteran having directed both Dolphin Tale films.

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A Dog’s Way Home features a cast that includes …

Jonah Hauer-King as Lucas
Ashley Judd
Edward James Olmos
Alexandra Shipp
Bryce Dallas Howard as Bella (voice)
Wes Studi
Barry Watson as Gavin
Chris Bauer as Kurch
Tammy Gillis as Officer Leon

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If the trailer doesn’t tug those heartstrings then either you have no heart or don’t like dogs which basically means you have no soul. The only exception is if you’re allergic which kind of makes sense. Kind of.

A Dog’s Way Home fills the seemingly mandatory role of having a movie about a dog’s journey every few years. It looks fun and heartwarming which are two vital ingredients for this kind of film. It’s a star-studded cast too which might indicate a quality script considering it attracted such talent.

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Did this trailer get you excited for A Dog’s Way Home?
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By Ruben Diaz

Writer, film-fanatic, geek, gamer, info junkie & consummate Devil's advocate who has been fascinated by Earth since 1976. Classically trained in the ways of the future.

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