The sequel to Dreamworks' 2016 film Trolls, Trolls World Tour picks up where the first adventure left off, but this time the main characters Queen Poppy (voiced by Anna Kendrick) and Branch (Justin Timberlake) discover there are worlds beyond their own where the troll groups they encounter are defined by a different genre of music. We found out yesterday that none other than other Ozzy Osbourne voices Thrash, the ruler of Rock Land and father of princess Queen Barb, who, together with his daughter, aims to destroy all other genres so rock can take its place as the reigning musical style. Now, we get to meet Queen Barb, who steals the show in the official first trailer for Trolls World Tour — a metal badass of the highest order, she snarls, throws the horns and, best of all, shreds like Randy Rhoads (though her attitude is more Zakk Wylde) on the Prince of Darkness' classic "Crazy Train." Check out all the fun action above; Trolls World Tour hits theaters April 17th, 2020.
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