Regular Show: The Movie II is a 2018 American animated comedy-adventure film based on the Cartoon Network original series, Regular Show and it is produced by Cartoon Network Studios and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is a sequel to the 2015 film Regular Show: The Movie. The story focuses on Mordecai, Rigby and their families on a cross-country adventure after the vacation to save the park from being turned into a post-apocalyptic wasteland and being demolited and turned into a shopping center. And one thing needs to be said. Mordecai and Rigby: oooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh.
The film takes place after the show's series finale. The film releases theatrically this Christmas in the United States on December 7, 2018 in 3D and RealD 3D. The film received average reviews from critics for its voice performances, score, and mediocre humor. Although, the film was a box-office success, grossing over $102 million worldwide against a $3.8 million budget.
The film features the voices of J.G. Quintel, William Salyers, Sam Marin, Mark Hamill, Courtenay Taylor, Ali Hillis, Minty Lewis and Zosia Mamet voicing the main characters. The film's cast also includes Greg Cipes, Thomas Kuc, Madeleine Peters, Kira Kosarin, Chris Marquette, Catherine Taber, Michael Cera, Allison Janney, Charlize Theron, Justin Long, Ryan Potter, Gina Rodriguez, Amy Poehler, Kristen Wiig, Jesse Eisenberg, Tim Curry, Whoopi Goldberg and Seth MacFarlane.
The movie begins with Mordecai eating a carrot like Bugs Bunny to introduce to the movie, but Mordecai starts arguing with Rigby about who should do that then the movie starts which shows that it's been 25 years since Pops defeated Anti-Pops and saved the universe, which started a reunion at the park to honor Pops for saving the universe and Mr. Maellard who has passed away 25 years later. When Mordecai, Rigby and their friends and loving families leave the park and go on vacation, the park becomes under a huge threat as Legion, a dangerous hitman cyborg from the future who have to tear down the park in order to build the shopping center. Now Mordecai, Rigby and their friends and loving families must return and rescue the park from being destroyed.
- J.G. Quintel as Mordecai and Hi-Five Ghost
- William Salyers as Rigby
- Sam Marin as Benson and Muscle Man
- Mark Hamill as Skips
- Courtenay Taylor as Starla, Muscle Man's wife
- Greg Cipes, Thomas Kuc, Madeleine Peters, Kira Kosarin, Chris Marquette, Catherine Taber and Michael Cera as Muscle Man and Starla's Children
- Allison Janney as Mordecai's aunt
- Ali Hillis as Pam, Benson's wife
- Minty Lewis as Eileen, a mole and Rigby's wife
- Charlize Theron as Stef, Mordecai's wife
- Justin Long, Ryan Potter and Gina Rodriguez as Mordecai and Stef's Children
- Amy Poehler and Kristen Wiig as Rigby and Eileen's Daughters
- Zosia Mamet as Celia, Hi-Five Ghost's wife
- Jesse Eisenberg as Hi-Five Ghost and Celia's Son
- Tim Curry as Legion, a dangerous hitman cyborg from the future and the main antagonist
- Whoopi Goldberg as Robota, a dangerous hitwoman cyborg from the future and the secondary antagonist
- Seth MacFarlane as Gaston, another dangerous hitman cyborg from the future and the third antagonist
Regular Show: The Movie II is Rated PG for Parental Guidance.
The film was theatrically released on December 7, 2018 in the United States and Canada, by Warner Bros., on the same year as Cartoon Network's previous film Uncle Grandpa: The Movie. The film was presented in a 1.85:1 format, rather than Warner Animation Group's standard 2.39:1 format on its previous titles. The film's theatrical release was preceded by Hide and Go Kitty, a short film based on Cartoon Network's forthcoming animated television series Tig n' Seek.
The film was released on Digital on February 12 and Blu-Ray and DVD on March 5, 2019. It contains the deleted scenes, a Tig n' Seek short film Hide and Go Kitty, the 18-minute featurette, behind-the-scenes of Regular Show: The Movie II, featuring interviews with most of the principal cast and crew and the movie cast, animatics, the Regular Epic Final Battle episode of Regular Show, the audio commentaries and the sneak peek of Ben 10: The Movie.
The film is scored by Brad Breeck.
- Regular Show Theme Song (Remix)
- "No Sleep 'Till Brooklyn" by Beastie Boys
- "Runaway Baby" by Bruno Mars
- "We Run The Night" by Havana Brown ft. Pitbull
- "Party Tonight" by J.G. Quintel
- ''As Lovers Go'' by Dashboard Confessional
- This is the second and final feature film of the series.
- This is the second and final animated Regular Show movie to hit theaters.
- The movie is Rated PG.
- This was one of the successful films of 2018.
- This is the next theatrical film with a wide release to be based on a Cartoon Network TV series, after "The Powerpuff Girls Movie" released 16 years prior, ''Star Wars: The Clone Wars'' released 10 years prior, "Tiny Toon Adventures: The Motion Picture" and ''Codename: Kids Next Door - Operation: M.O.T.I.O.N.-P.I.C.T.U.R.E.'' both released 2 years prior, ''The Lego Ninjago Movie" released a year before and ''Teen Titans Go! To the Movies'', ''Adventure Time: The Kingdom of Ooo'', ''The Amazing World of Gumball: The Movie'' and ''Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: The Movie'' all released this year.
- Although, Tiny Toon Adventures, Teen Titans Go! and Ninjago are only aired by CN, and they’re made by Warner Bros.
- The original cast reprised their roles in the movie.
- Before the movie, a short film called "Hide and Go Kitty" based on Cartoon Network's forthcoming animated television series Tig n' Seek was played.
- This is the twentieth theatrical Warner Bros. film to rely solely on hand-drawn animation mixed with CGI animation instead of Flash animation.
- This is the 2nd collaboration between Greg Cipes and William Salyers. Their first was ''The Amazing World of Gumball: The Movie'' released this year.
- These are Thomas Kuc and Kira Kosarin's first voice roles in an animated film.
- This is Gina Rodriguez's second Warner Bros. animated film, after ''Smallfoot'' released this year.
- The film was animated by Saerom Animation.
- This is Ryan Potter's second Warner Bros. animated film, after ''Rise of the Powerpuff Girls'' released this year.
- This is Mark Hamill and Tim Curry's second theatrical animated film together, after "Back to the Sea" (in limited release form though) released 6 years prior.
- This is Michael Cera's second Warner Bros. animated film, after ''Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: The Movie'' released this year.
- This is Allison Janney's third Warner Bros. animated film, after "Codename: Kids Next Door - Operation: M.O.T.I.O.N.-P.I.C.T.U.R.E." released 2 years prior and ''Adventure Time: The Kingdom of Ooo'' released this year.
- The film was in Normal 3D Real D 3D IMAX 3D Digital 3D & XD 3D.
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