Stephen Colbert let a bunch of adorable kids write a movie for Andrew Garfield and Idina Menzel.

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Stephen Colbert let a bunch of adorable kids write a movie for Andrew Garfield and Idina Menzel.

The movie ‘Monster Trucks’ recently came out and notably flopped, grossing only $8 million in its first week while costing $125 million to make. But the film was still newsworthy, mostly because the idea came from a studio executive’s three-year-old son.

Television host Stephen Colbert took the idea of kids making up their own movie and ran with it, brainstorming with a group of kids to create a hit idea.

Watch them come up with their hilariously nonsensical idea at 1:20, and at 9:16 watch the trailer starring Academy Award nominee Andrew Garfield and Broadway star and Grammy Award winner Idina Menzel…






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