Cuphead is one of the greatest video games that is inspired by the 1930s cartoons. We need a feature film adaptation of Cuphead.
What the Cuphead movie is supposed to be?
- The movie will be animated in 2D hand-drawn animation with an 1930s rubber hose style from cartoons and a retro aesthetic to match the style of the movie.
- It should feature a voice cast that should match what the characters should look and sound like.
- It will use cartoon sound effects from the Hanna-Barbera sound library.
- It should be written and directed by Butch Hartman (the creator of The Fairly OddParents).
- Chad and Jared Modenhauer (the game's developers) are chosen to be executive producers of the movie.
- The film's score will be composed by (Insert film composer here) to be reminiscent to the Charleston-styled musical score from the 1930s cartoons. You can find a movie composer to replicate the scoring style.
- The movie should be distributed by a major film studio like Warner Bros. Pictures, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox or Universal.
- The characters' voices should sound like cartoon characters from the 1930s like Popeye, Betty Boop and Mickey Mouse.
- Adam DeVine as Cuphead (the voice of Sam-I-Am)
- Jack McBrayer as Mugman (the voice of Wander)
- Fred Tatasciore as Elder Kettle
- Kevin Michael Richardson as The Devil
- Keith David as King Dice
- Hynden Walch as The Legendary Chalice / Ms. Chalice
- John DiMaggio as Porkrind
- Tom Kenny as Cagney Carnation
- Jeff Bennett as Dr. Kahl / Werner Werman
- Candi Milo as Sally Stageplay
- Charlie Alder as Beppi the Clown (The Red Guy voice)
- Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as Ribby and Croaks
- Sandy Fox as Cala Maria (Betty Boop voice)
- Clancy Brown as Captain Brineybeard
- April Winchell as Hilda Burg
- Tara Strong as Baroness Von Bon Bon
- Bill Fagerbakke as Goopy Le Grande
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