Curfew Sneakout is a 2015 American animated short film based on Cartoon Network's forthcoming animated miniseries Long Live the Royals, which was shown prior to screenings of Regular Show: The Movie, on August 14, 2015, in the United States.
The kids are put on curfew, and Rosalind and her brothers come up with a plan for her to sneak out and hang out with her friends.
In the beginning of the short film, King Rufus and Queen Eleanor putted Rosalind, Peter, and Alex on curfew for playing water balloon fight in the castle so they can go out on their honeymoon. After leaving the castle, Frederick was put in charge of them, and that became a problem for Rosalind. So her brothers devise a plan for her to sneak out of curfew, so that she can hang out with her friends and try to not get busted. They tied up Frederick and locked him in the closet, giving Rosalind a chance to make a break for it. Everything went according the plan, until Peter and Alex received a phone call from their parents. Troubling them, they called Rosalind to tell her that their parents are on their way home. Rosalind was starting to worry, so she told her brothers to lock their parents out until Rosalind arrives back into the castle. After that, King Rufus and Queen Eleanor found the kids sitting quietly on the throne, knowing that they did what they said. Rosalind was off the hook, until her parents found their servant Frederick tied up and locked in the closet. Angrily, they yelled out, "ROSALIND!!!", meaning Rosalind is so grounded for life, ending the short film.
- Jon Daly as King Rufus
- Wendi McLendon-Covey as Queen Eleanor
- Gillian Jacobs as Rosalind
- Kieran Culkin as Peter
- Nicki Rapp as Alex
- Peter Serafinowicz as Frederick
The short film was shown in theaters on August 14, 2015 with the theatrical release of Regular Show: The Movie.
- This is the first theatrical Long Live the Royals short to premiere in theaters.
- The short film is based on Cartoon Network's forthcoming animated miniseries Long Live the Royals.