Robot Dog has been busy with its second full-length movie, Robot Boy, in the wake of its critically acclaimed debut movie Robot Girl, which grossed more than $1 billion worldwide.
The movie has earned the group four Grammy nominations and a Tony Award for Best Music Video, and it will release June 10 on Netflix.
The film is based on a song by Robot Girl singer Dannii Minogue, who released a song titled “Robot Girl” back in 2016.
It is one of the most critically acclaimed songs in the group’s discography, and was nominated for multiple awards, including Best Rap Song at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
The album Robot Boy 2 features new tracks like “Trying to Keep Your Head Up,” and it’s out June 20 on Apple Music and Spotify.
“I can’t even tell you how much I appreciate the support we’ve been getting from all over the world,” Robot Boy co-founder Rob Zombie told MTV News.
“That was the first time we ever got a Grammy nomination.
I don’t even think I would be in this industry without the help from all the people who have supported us so much.
And I just wanted to say thank you to the people that support us.
I just want to say, thank you.
I’m very happy with it.”
Robot Boy is the first new film by the group since 2012’s All You Need Is Kill, which earned the band a Grammy for Best Rap Performance.
“We really love this new Robot Boy movie,” Zombie said.
“The music is so fresh and the lyrics are so great.
I think it’s just so beautiful to watch.
It just really reminds me of my childhood and how I felt about my childhood, and how my family lived through it.
So it’s a really good feeling to see something new from this group.”
The film was directed by James McAvoy, who previously worked on the film A Star Is Born and the upcoming James Bond movie Quantum of Solace.
It stars Jason Bateman, Olivia Wilde, and Emma Stone.
The song “Thing” was written by Minogue for the film, and has been used on the movie soundtrack, and also featured on the DVD cover.
“Turing’s ‘I Need a Robot'” Robot Boy also stars J.K. Simmons, M. Kael, and Chris Tucker.
Watch a video from the movie below.
Watch the full video above, and head over to MTV News to check out the rest of the Robot Boy filmography.
Robot Boy and Robot Girl are the latest collaborations between the band and a Disney film.
The duo previously worked together on the 2016 film Tinker Bell, as well as the 2017 animated feature The LEGO Batman Movie.