- "Can they finish their biggest challenge ever? Yes they can!"
Bob the Builder: The Movie is an upcoming 2022 American/British stop-motion animated film directed by Nicholas Stoller and Geoff Walker, produced by CHF Entertainment and Gigglefish Animation Studios in association with Mattel Films and DHX Media, and distributed by Universal Pictures in the United States and by Sony Pictures Releasing through Columbia Pictures in the United Kingdom. The film takes place some time after the events of Race to the Finish and serves as the first and only theatrical feature-length Bob the Builder film in the franchise. It is rated G in the US by the MPAA and rated U in the UK by the BBFC. It will be released in theaters on August 19th, 2022.
Bob and his team have been working on their big Sunflower Valley project for months. But one day, as part of their project, Bob and his team have been assigned by Mr. Bentley to build a big eco-friendly hotel made out of recycled materials in Sunflower Valley. This project is so big that not only are they given more time than they normally would, but they also enlisted the help of a new digger machine named Scratch. While building the hotel, Lofty tries to make his own adjustments, but soon becomes stranded from the team in a huge cave and meets a bunch of machines that are also stranded from their loved ones. With Lofty gone, and not a lot of time left (but still more than enough time), can they solve the mystery of the caves, rescue Lofty and the Stranded Machines, and still get the eco-friendly hotel done on time?
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The movie begins with Bob and his team getting ready for their busy day as usual, doing their usual jobs. As they are working, the team wonders what job would they be doing next. Meanwhile, a hotel architect presents his idea for an eco-friendly hotel to the chairman of the Trump Organization, and contacts Mr. Bentley about it.
- Lee Ingleby as Bob the Builder
- Joanne Froggatt as Wendy
- Tom Holland as Scoop
- Rob Rackstraw as Muck (UK), Mr. Bentley, Travis, and Spud
- Bryce Dallas Howard as Muck (US)
- Sarah Hadland (UK)/Grey DeLisle (US) as Dizzy
- Emma Tate as Lofty and Benny
- Neil Morrissey as Roley
- Rupert Degas as Scrambler
- Huck Milner as Scratch
- Seth Rogen as Donny the Explorer's Truck
- Jonah Hill as Drilly
- Amy Poehler as Razor
- Rob Rackstraw as Mr. Beasley (UK), Packer (UK), and Grabber
- Rupert Degas as Tumbler (UK), Packer (US), and Gripper
- James Corden (UK)/Chris Pratt (US) as Ace
- Ralph Fiennes (UK)/Ryan Reynolds (US) as Two-Tonne
- Ray Winstone (UK)/Bill Hader (US) as Tread
- Channing Tatum as Tumbler (US)
- Teresa Gallagher (UK)/Lorelei King (US) as Sumsy
- Neil Morrissey (UK)/Fred Tatasciore (US) as Farmer Pickles
- Marc Silk as Mr. Beasley (US)
- James Bolam as Robert (Bob's dad)
- Kate Harbour as Bird, Flewie, and their chicks
- Frank Welker as Pilchard, Scruffty, and Miscellaneous Animals
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In addition to the short film A Builder for the Railway which was released theatrically with the feature film, the releases also include a mini-movie, titled The Diggers' Competition staring Benny and Scratch.
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- Main article: A Builder for the Railway (Thomas and Friends short)
- Main article: Bob the Builder: The Game
Prior to the film's release, Universal announced that there will be a video game adaption based on the film.
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