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Digimon: The Digital Apocalypse
Directed by Travis Knight
Produced by Thomas Tull
Screenplay by Max Borenstein
Emily Carmichael
Based on Digimon by
Bandai Namco
Starring See below
Music by Ludwig Göransson
Daft Punk
Cinematography TBA
Editing by TBA
Studio Legendary Pictures
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Universal Pictures
Release date(s) TBA
Country United States
Language English

Digimon: The Digital Apocalypse is an American science fiction action monster film based on the Japanese anime and video game franchise of the same name. It is a sequel to Digimon: Digital Monsters, Digimon: Our War Game, Digimon: The Dark Towers, Digimon: Redemption, Digimon: World Crisis and Digimon: A Million Points of Light, Digimon: Revenge of Diaboromon, Digimon: Infection and Digimon: Convergence. The film is based on the sixth Digimon Adventure tri. film Our Future.

Plot

The DigiDestined must stand together in a final effort to prevent King Drasil's plan to use Ordinemon from destroying the real world.

Cast

DigiDestined

  • Nick Robinson as Tyler "Ty" Kamden
  • Dacre Montgomery as Matt Jordan
  • Hailee Steinfeld as Sora Taylor
  • Tom Holland as Korbin "Izzy" Isaacs
  • Kathryn Newton as Mimi Tanner
  • Lucas Hedges as Joe Kelvin
  • Asher Angel as T.K. Jordan
  • Sadie Stanley as Kari Kamden
  • Katherine Langford as Mya Michaels

Digimon

  • Tom Fahn as Agumon
  • Kirk Thornton as Gabumon/Garurumon/WereGarurumon/MetalGarurumon/Omnimon (shared with Christian Bale)
  • Meg Donnelly as Biyomon
  • Jeff Nimoy as Tentomon/Kabuterimon/MegaKabuterimon/HerculesKabuterimon
  • Gideon Adlon as Palmon
  • Ezra Miller as Gomamon
  • Elsie Fisher as Patamon
  • Cailee Spaeny as Gatomon
  • Kyle Hebert as Greymon/MetalGreymon
  • Melodee Spevack as Birdramon/Garudamon/Phoenixmon
  • Melissa McCarthy as Togemon
  • Andy Serkis as Ikkakumon/Zudomon/Vikemon
  • Henry Cavill as Angemon/MagnaAngemon/Seraphimon
  • Anne Hathaway as Angewomon/Magnadramon
  • Zoey Deutch as Lillymon
  • Christian Bale as WarGreymon/Omnimon (shared with Kirk Thornton)
  • Amy Adams as Rosemon
  • Kiernan Shipka as Meicoomon/Meicrackmon/Raguelmon

Villains

  • Matt Smith as King Drasil
  • Idris Elba as Alphamon
  • Peter Facinelli as Dark Gennai
  • Levi Miller as The Digimon Emperor
  • Stefanie Joosten as Ordinemon

Supporting characters

  • Jake Gyllenhaal as Daniel Nichols
  • Jessica Chastain as Maika Hillard
  • Jenna Coleman as Homeostasis
  • Leslie Mann as Rebecca Kamden
  • Jeffrey Donovan as Samuel Kamden
  • Paul Blackthorne as Henry Jordan
  • Anna Gunn as Nancy Jordan
  • Robin Tunney as Tonya Taylor
  • Rory Cochrane as Mason Isaacs
  • Clea DuVall as Kate Isaacs
  • Justin Theroux as Ken Tanner
  • Parker Posey as Sarah Tanner
  • Adam Driver as Jim Kelvin
  • Ben Mendelsohn as Professor Andrew Michaels
  • Jack Dylan Grazer as Davis Monaghan
  • Sophia Lillis as Yolei Irvine
  • Iain Armitage as Cody Hill
  • Levi Miller as Ken Idle

Supporting Digimon

  • Peter Dinklage as Hackmon/Jesmon
  • Derek Stephen Prince as Veemon
  • Neil Kaplan as Hawkmon
  • Tom Hanks as Armadillomon
  • Paul St. Peter as Wormmon

Production

Development

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Pre-production and filming

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Post-production

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Music

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Reception

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Box office

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Sequel

A sequel to The Digital Apocalypse has been announced and will be titled Digimon: The Final Adventure, based on the film Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna and it will be the final film in the live action Digimon film series.

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