Watch: Trailer debuts for Oklahoma-made family film 'The Adventures of A.R.I. My Robot Friend'
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has released the action-packed trailer for the Oklahoma-made family adventure film "The Adventures of A.R.I. My Robot Friend."
As previously reported, film lensed last spring in multiple locations around the state, including the production’s main hub in the city of Tulsa. Original titled "A.R.I.," the production used the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program administered by Oklahoma Film + Music Office.
With an almost entirely Oklahoma-based crew, it's the second film that Ace Entertainment Films Inc. produced in Oklahoma, according to a news release.
The movie centers on a boy named Noah, who finds a broken A.R.I.-9 robot at his dad’s tech company. After Noah accidentally reboots "Ari," the smart, playful robot comes to life. When Noah brings Ari to school to show his friend Bethany, they are amazed to learn the robot can turn invisible and fly. But Ari’s angry creators want to steal his circuitry for a new droid. When they send a signal that puts the robot into battle mode, will Noah’s new best friend become his most dangerous enemy?
"The Adventures of A.R.I. My Robot Friend" will be released on DVD, digital and On Demand March 10.