The Kabuki Ramirez-Akiyama Movie: Wrestled in California is an upcoming American computer-animated action-adventure comedy-drama Cartoon Network movie produced by Cartoon Network Studios and distributed by Paramount Pictures that will be released on the summer of 2027 in theaters and later on Cartoon Network.
Kabuki and the gang goes on traveling but shipwrecks onto Los Angeles, California where they meet John Cena and the wrestling crew to help save their homeland, the WWE Event, and Vance and DJ Method's concert of Dr. Fuji's evil plan. After Dr. Fuji's defeat, Bryce Norwood, known as Lunarsable as a gamer name or villain name takes Fuji's plan to become a wrestler and villain to rule Los Angeles. It's up to Kabuki, John, and everyone to save Los Angeles before it's too late.
- David Vincent as Kabuki Ramirez-Akiyama
- Mila Kunis as Gena Ramirez-Akiyama
- Derek Stephen Prince as Otto Akiyama
- Sarah Anne Williams as Annie Akiyama
- TBA as Lucas Ramirez-Akiyama
- Nolan North as Dr. Fuji
- TBA as Seiji
- TBA as Keiji
- TBA as Edna Ramirez-Akiyama
- TBA as Francisco Ramirez
- Malcolm Danare as Sebastian Murphy
- Victoria Justice as Callie Newman
- Spike Spencer as Irving Armstrong
- Kyla Pratt as Deborah Patterson
- Brad Swaile as Zach Perkins
- John Cena as Himself
- Nikki Bella as Herself
- Brie Bella (in a picture and mentioned) as Herself
- Birdie Bella (in a picture and mentioned) as Herself
- The Miz as Himself
- Triple H (no voice) as Himself
- Randy Orton as Himself
- Isaac Kragten as Bryce "Moonsable" Norwood
- Ne-Yo as Vance
- Ludacris as Luda-Crash
- "Opening (Kabuki Ramirez-Akiyama)"
- "School is Out/Spring Break"
- "Free Time for All"
- "Nighttime in Junhattan"
- "Morning Time in Junhattan"
- "Ship Ride/Shipwrecked"
- "Stranded in Los Angeles"
- "Who Let the Dogs Out" - Baha Men
- "Greetings of the WWE Stars"
- "Jump" - Flo Rida ft. Nelly Furtado
- "Monster Attack"
- "Bryce Norwood's Theme"
- "Crime in the Museum"
- "Lurking in the Streets"
- "Walkie Talkie Man" - Steriogram
- "Bryce Ditches Fuji and Takes the Lead"
- "Kabuki vs. Moonsable/Kabuki Arrested"
- "Bryce Norwood's Theme 2 (Lunarsable)/Lunarsable Taking Over WWE"
- "Kabuki Gets Jailed Out"
- "WWE Finale"
- "Can U Do This" - Vance (Ne-Yo) and Luda-Crash (Ludacris)
- "Credits (Kabuki Ramirez-Akiyama Extended Version)"
Some scenes that are not suitable for children under.
After the song "Can U Do This" in the ending of the movie, the credits will put the Kabuki Akiyama Z movie in an extended version.