The all-new animated feature film, "The Nut Job," features an incredible cast, including comedians Jeff Dunham and Gabriel Iglesias, Brendan Fraser, and Will Arnett. However, if you stick around after the end of the movie, you might just see one of most popular YouTube sensations make the jump to 3D.
Korean pop sensation PSY will be making a guest appearance during the closing credits of the all-new movie, in which he will dance with the cast of characters to his popular song, "Gangam Style." The hit single, which lit up computer screens all over the world in 2012, has been viewed nearly two billion times on YouTube, and not only surpassed the number of views for Justin Bieber's breakout single "Baby," but has also been recognized by the "Guinness Book of World Records" as having the most likes of any YouTube video in history, and still holds the title with over two million likes and counting.
"The Nut Job" tells the story of a troublesome squirrel named Surly (played by Arnett), who after being kicked out of the park he inhabits, must now fend for himself in the big city. When his eye catches sight of a shop called "Maury's Nut Store," he plans an "Oceans' Eleven" style heist with his rat friend Buddy (played by Eric Bauza) to steal the nuts for the upcoming winter season. However, the two quickly find themselves entangled in an over-the-top adventure that might come down to them using their cunning to save the inhabitants of the same park that exiled Surly in the first place.
You can check out "The Nut Job" when it hits theaters across the country on Jan. 17.