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Paramount Pictures And TG4 Announce The Irish Language SpongeBob An Scannán: Spúinse As Uisce


Paramount Pictures Ireland, in association with TG4, are delighted to announce that The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water will be available for the first time through the Irish language in Irish 
cinemas nationwide. Dubbing production has begun in Dublin on this local project by Macalla Teoranta, the team who dub the popular SpongeBob Squarepants TV series that is broadcast on TG4. The first-of-its-kind movie will be released in both Irish and English on March 27th.

Speaking about the unique project, Niamh McCaul the General Manager of Paramount Pictures in Ireland said:
“We are delighted to have this opportunity to work with TG4 and release The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water in our national language. A first for a Hollywood studio, I hope Irish audiences will support this initiative in March when we celebrate all things Irish.”

The popular TV series SpongeBob Squarepants has been broadcast in English since 1999 and on TG4  through the Irish language since 2000. The timing of the movie release through Irish is particularly appropriate. March is a fantastic period of national celebration, with St. Patrick’s Festival and Seachtain na Gaeilge both taking place during the month. 

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The Movie Bit: Paramount Pictures And TG4 Announce The Irish Language SpongeBob An Scannán: Spúinse As Uisce
Paramount Pictures And TG4 Announce The Irish Language SpongeBob An Scannán: Spúinse As Uisce
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