Norm of the North – You’re saving the Arctic.
“A polar bear of many words, Norm (Rob Schneider)’s greatest gripe is simple: there is no room for tourists in the Arctic. But when a maniacal developer threatens to build luxury condos in his own backyard, Norm does what all normal polar bears would do…he heads to New York City to stop it. With a cast of ragtag lemmings at his side, Norm takes on the big apple, big business and a big identity crisis to save the day.”
Learn more about the main characters of Norm of the North thanks to those profiles:
– Actor Rob Schneider as Norm:
Norm is an atypical polar bear in his 30’s. He is destined to be future king of the arctic yet lacks the traditional necessities. Traits that are typically only found in humans, norm possesses. He speaks, dances, and emotes like a real human being. He is forced to determine whether these traits are a gift or a curse.
– Actress Heather Graham as Vera:
Vera is a gorgeous, extremely talented marketing executive at Greene Homes. She is a good person working for a bad man. As a single mother, Vera cares more about her daughter’s success and happiness then her own. This makes her an easy target for Greene’s manipulations.
– Actor Bill Nighy as Socrates:
Socrates is the sarcastic, wise arctic sage. His world travels have made him jaded. Though he seems to lack a filter and his words tend to be harsh, he truly wants to guide norm in the proper direction. He is one of the only ones that sees norm’s potential to be future king.
– Actress Maya kay as Olympia:
Olympia is Vera’s pre-teen genius daughter. Her wisdom stretches far beyond her years. Though she is typically the youngest in the group, she is by far the smartest. She is constantly bestowing bits of helpful information, tips, and suggestions on those around her.
– Actor Ken Jeong as Mr. Greene:
Mr. Greene is a skinny new age executive turned guru with long charcoal hair. He is owner and creator of Greene homes, a high- class real estate development company that builds homes in distressed areas. Greene’s moral compass is extremely broken – caring more about personal profits than how his actions affect those around him.
In theaters: January 15, 2016.