Columbia Pictures just answered one of the most asked questions among mobile gamers of all ages: Just why are those Angry Birds so angry? If you haven't seen The Angry Birds Movie yet, you can check out the trailer right now:
Although there's no official word on an Angry Birds sequel just yet, it's only a matter of time. Here are a few ideas we'd absolutely love to watch play out on screen in The Angry Birds Movie 2.
Angry Birds Star Wars
With the major box office success of The LEGO Movie in 2014, their straight-to-DVD adaptations of DC comics, and their upcoming release of The Lego Batman Movie in 2017, would the Angry Birds franchise consider adapting pre-existing franchises for future Angry Birds films?
If they decided to go that route, Angry Birds Star Wars would surely be a hit. I mean, the birds can already fly, so they'd probably be space travel pros. And bird versions of Chewie and Yoda? How cute would that be?
Besides, they already started with a cartoon adaptation on their YouTube channel.
Sure to be an instant favorite are the cuddly looking little hatchlings in The Angry Birds Movie. Next time around, why not capitalize on all that cuteness and let the little guys have a movie of their own?
For instance: As the title credits start, an evil pig is planning to capture the hatchlings and hold them for ransom. When he goes through with his master plan, Red has to figure out how to bring them home and defeat the villain, while the chicks start to cause all sorts of adorable mayhem for their captors.
Angry Birds: Temple Run
Why not combine two of the most popular mobile games of all time in one cinematic extravaganza? After coming to a peaceful solution with the pigs, Red and his friends move on to even more action-packed adventures, running through those never-ending temples, collecting coins and avoiding those freaky gorilla-men monsters.
Much like The Angry Birds Movie answers the question: "Why are the Angry Birds angry?" Angry Birds 2: Temple Run could answer another age-old question asked by mobile gamers worldwide: What lies at the end of the mystic temple run?