The film stars Forest Whitaker as down-on-his-luck toymaker Jeronicus Jangle, whose boss (Hugh Bonneville) demands he come up with something good or else he'll lose his store.
When his former assistant (Keegan-Michael Key) returns to take his most prized possession – having already stolen an animate toy played by Ricky Martin – it's up to Jangle's granddaughter Journey (Madalen Mills) to heal old wounds and save the magic.
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey will drop on Netflix worldwide on November 13.
The film also stars The Princess and the Frog's Anika Noni Rose and I Am The Night actor Justin Cornwell.
With music from Usher and original songs from John Legend, it is written and directed by David E Talbert.
Speaking recently, Talbert explained why he relished the opportunity to create a holiday film starring a predominantly Black cast.
"For me as a father of a little Black boy and an uncle of a little Black girl, it's important for me to put images of wonder and magic that are universal out in the universe," he told Entertainment Weekly.
"Because if we never see it, then how do we know we can be it?"
He added: "[It's] something we've never seen. And when you watch it, you realise it's something we should have seen."
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey will drop on Netflix on November 13.
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