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Many centuries ago as two races ruled over the Earth, Humans and Monsters as they have been lived in peace in decades...
~ Narrator

Toby Fox's Undertale (known as Undertale or stylize as UNDERTALE) is an upcoming 2018 American-Australian hand-drawn animated fantasy adventure comedy-drama film produced by Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Colin Entertainment, Ltd. and with Screen Australia as the association, and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, based on the 2015 independent role-playing video game of the same name by Toby Fox, the film is directed by Colin Lloyd Pendergast, James Sharp and Hfmbears as their directorial debut and also produced with Toby Fox and Tuyo "Temmie" Chang who did the work from the game, John Lasseter, Stephan Swaby and Ethan M. Nelson as executive producer, and Byron Howard and Rich Moore as co-directors.

The film featuring voice actors and actress of Hynden Walch, Colin Lloyd Pendergast, Kristen Bell, Patrick Warburton, Alan Tudyk, Jane Lynch, Tara Strong, David Tennant, Robby Benson, Ryan Potter and Andrea Libman. It was the second Walt Disney film based on the video game since Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time released in 2010. Toby Fox's Undertale is scheduled to be released on September 15, 2018 as it celebrates the 3rd anniversary of the game original release.

It was the very first Walt Disney and Colin Entertainment, Ltd. collaboration animated film is been selected from Annie Award, Academy Awards, Golden Globe Award, British Academy Film Awards, Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards and Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.

Synopsis

It's the story of the young human girl named Frisk where she accidentally fell in Mount Ebott as the legend tells about many years ago where two races, humans and monsters but they we're broken up as it begun the civil war back then. Frisk encountered many monsters in the underground as some are rither friendly or dangerous as she progresses the underground to find the exit here.

Plot

You can check the preview transcript of the film, the download link is right here

Long ago, the earth as ruled by two race forces, Humans and Monsters, until one day they were been broke up as the two races start upon a civil war and the humans were victorious, the monsters were sealed up underground with a magic spell with seven best sorcerers.

Years later, a young human named Frisk decided to climb Mount Ebott, and then she fell down a hole that lead to the monster's world

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Cast

Main

  • Hynden Walch as Frisk, a young human girl as she was enter the Mount Ebott to spare the entire monsters to leave the mountain and she was the main protagonist of the movie, the character design is provided by Mark Henn.
  • Colin Lloyd Pendergast as Flowey the Flower, an evil talking flower that he wanted to become as god of this world future and he was the main antagonist of the movie, later in the film it was revealed that it was Asriel Dreemurr, the character design is provided by Andreas Deja with Colin Lloyd Pendergast, and the Photoshop Flowey television screen was performed by Colin Lloyd Pendergast.
  • Kristen Bell as Toriel and Narrator, an anthro female nubian goat at she role as kind and protective mother where she lived in the Ruins, the character design is provided by James Baxter.
  • Patrick Warburton as Sans, a lazy big-boned skeleton who loves to do puns as he can help Frisk for the journey and he was the brother of Papyrus, the character design is provided by Eric Goldberg.
  • Alan Tudyk as Papyrus, an old joyful tall skeleton as he was going to be the member of the royal guard, Eric Goldberg is also did the character design.
  • Jane Lynch as Undyne, a hotheaded female anthro fish as she was become one member of the royal guard as she was the friend of Papyrus and Alphys, the character design is provided by Bruce W. Smith.
  • Tara Strong as Doctor Alphys, a shy anthro lizard that she is the royal scientist that all she did was lied to everyone but she tried harder to be friend with Alphys, the character design is provided by Randy Haycock.
  • David Tennant as Mettaton, an old robot that he was a celebrity of the underground, the character design is provided by Frans Vischer.
  • Robby Benson as King Asgore Dreemurr, the king of monsters that he want to give humans in peace when the barrier is destroyed, Andreas Deja is also did the character design.
  • Ryan Potter as Asriel Dreemurr, the young prince as he was the son of Toriel and Asgore, the character design is provided by Anthony DeRosa.
  • Andrea Libman as Chara, the first fallen human as she ran away from her home due her parents were pass away then she was part of the family of Dreemurr, the character design is provided by Nik Ranieri.

Minor

Many monsters from the game were appear as cameos; Froggit, Whimsun, Loox, Vegetoid, Migosp, Moldsmal, Nice Cream Guy, Snowdrake, Ice Cap, Gyftrot, Glyde, Lesser Dog, Doggo, Dogamy and Dogaressa, Greater Dog, Aaron, Woshua, Shyren, Vulkin, Tsunderplane, Pyrope, Burgerpants, Bratty and Catty, Final Froggit, Whimsalot, Astigmatism, Madjick and Knight Knight.

Other characters outside from Undertale was Cat Witch from Potion Shop, an animated short created by Tuyo "Temmie" Chang.

Production

Development

In early 2016, an incomplete script by Colin Lloyd Pendergast as he was going to create a film call Toby Fox's Undertale based on the popular 2015 role-playing video game by Toby Fox as Fox himself is accepted for the rights, later it need a good distribution studio for the feature length film with the collaboration as it began the bidding war with Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and Lionsgate. After when Sony and Sony Pictures Animation created the film The Emoji Movie, the CEO of Colin Entertainment, Ltd. rejected Sony that it was one of the worst ideas he saw in the history of animated cinema, as later on, the bidding war of the film is complete as Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures is the distributior of Toby Fox's Undertale with Walt Disney Animation Studios for the animation.

Casting

During in the production, Hynden Walch was considered do to the role as Frisk. The role of Flowey the Flower was going to do the role as John DiMaggio or Tom Kenny, but it was been confirmed was the director Colin Lloyd Pendergast to do the role as Flowey where Walt Disney think it will be a good idea.

Animation

The animation was provide by Walt Disney Animation Studios, it was originally going to be computer-animated but Colin Lloyd think it can be hand-drawn animated which it haven't been used since 7 years ago from the release of Winnie the Pooh in 2011 so Walt Disney accepted for the request.

During when the animation is on post production, they need to think of what Photoshop Flowey (or simply known as Omega Flowey) animation is going to be so Colin Lloyd announced that Photoshop Flowey will have computer-animated for the realistic look making people scared just like in the game as Undertale where it use Earthbound like sprite and later the Photoshop Flowey is use with realistic look.

[Animation is under construction]

Post Production

After the animation footage is finished it was shown to the test screening, it was been announced that the movie is featured with PG-13 (known in 12A in UK and M in Australia) as it was the first Walt Disney animated film featured with PG-13 rating since when The Black Cauldron earned the first PG rating. During the final production, Colin Lloyd is use the help of Screen Australia as Colin Entertainment, Ltd. was the part of it.

[Post Production is under construction]

Reception

Box office

The film earned $3.012 billion worldwide surpassing at 2009 epic science-fiction film Avatar, and was a huge commercial success.

[Box office is under construction]

Critical response

Toby Fox's Undertale received critical acclaim from audiences, critics and Undertale fans, it was been praised for the revived traditional animation, voice roles, and follow faithfully to the source material. The film got a 96% "Certified Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes approval rating as critical consensus saying "We never known about video games that it always been bashed very bad that Hollywood will never make any good video game movies, however when the young director has joined in Disney by the name Colin Lloyd Pendergast created an outstanding hand-drawn animated movie called Toby Fox's Undertale based on the indie RPG video game where it show us about violence cause emptiness, so we have understand that this game is the greatest chance to redeemed itself. This movie is have colorful characters, beautiful animation for the designs, effects and backgrounds and let's not forget that the story was follow to the game well like it does in The Angry Birds Movie." On Metacritic, the film has a score of 93 out of 100 based on 263 critics, indicating "Universal Acclaim".

Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A+" on an A+ to F scale. IGN gave the film 10/10 (Masterpiece), saying that this is the greatest Disney film we had even seen in our entire lives for the animation, casting choice and most importation was the story. The New York Times gave a positive review about the execution tone of sparing and death in video game will make a movie.

After two weeks during the movie release, Colin Lloyd Pendergast and Toby Fox sent the Twitter message for thanking to Walt Disney Studios for the great work they had.

[Critical response is under construction]

Users response

  • Brendan - TBA - 10/10
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  • Hostdude98 - Although, I'm not a fan of Undertale, or not really a fan of PG-13 films, I've got two words, It's Awesome... - 9/10
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Accolades

Awards and nominations
Association Date of ceremony Category Nominee(s) Result
Annie Award December 2018 Best Animated Feature Toby Fox's Undertale Won
Outstanding Directing Colin Lloyd Pendergast, James Sharp, Hfmbears, Byron Howard and Rich Moore Won
Outstanding Production Design Colin Lloyd Pendergast, James Sharp, Hfmbears, Toby Fox and Tuyo "Temmie" Chang Nominated
Outstanding Music Toby Fox and Danny Elfman Won
Voice Acting Hynden Walch as Frisk Won
Academy Awards Early 2019 Best Director Colin Lloyd Pendergast, James Sharp, Hfmbears, Byron Howard and Rich Moore Nominated
Best Picture Toby Fox's Undertale Nominated
Best Animated Feature Toby Fox's Undertale Won
Best Actress Hynden Walch as Frisk Nominated
Best Actor Colin Lloyd Pendergast as Flowey the Flower Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Patrick Warburton as Sans Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Kristen Bell as Toriel Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Colin Lloyd Pendergast, James Sharp, Hfmbears, Toby Fox, Rich Moore and Phil Johnston Nominated
Best Original Score Toby Fox and Danny Elfman Nominated
Golden Globe Award Early 2019 Best Director Colin Lloyd Pendergast, James Sharp, Hfmbears, Byron Howard and Rich Moore Nominated
Best Animated Feature Film Toby Fox's Undertale Won
British Academy Film Awards 2019 Best Film Toby Fox's Undertale Nominated
BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film Toby Fox's Undertale Nominated
Best Film Music Toby Fox and Danny Elfman Nominated
Best Actress in a Leading Role Hynden Walch as Frisk Nominated
Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards 2019 Best Film Toby Fox's Undertale Won
Best Direction Colin Lloyd Pendergast, Hfmbears, James Sharp, Byron Howard and Rich Moore Nominated
Best Original Music Score Toby Fox and Danny Elfman Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role Colin Lloyd Pendergast as Flowey the Flower Won
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2019 Favorite Movie Toby Fox's Undertale Nominated

Rating

This movie is rated PG-13 by Motion Picture Association of America, 12A by British Board of Film Classification, M by Australian Classification Board and PG-12 by Eirin for the following reasons:

Fantasy violence

  • TBA

Mild language

  • Flowey used to call Frisk as an "Idiot".
  • Papyrus used to call his brother as "LAZYBONES".
  • Sometimes Papyrus and Dr. Alphys said "Oh my god!" multiple times.
  • Sans (only in Genocide Route) and Undyne is used to say "Hell".
  • During in the Photoshop Flowey battle of Purple SOUL as it shown of massive negative words like; "DOOM", "DESTROY", "TERROR", "DESPAIR", "HORROR", "CORRUPT", "RUIN", "DEATH", "SLAUGHTER", "CRUELTY", "HATED" and "TRAPPED".

Scenes may scare children

  • The main antagonist, Flowey the Flowey is scary for younger children when he tricked Frisk and even murdering King Asgore Dreemurr.
  • When Flowey is obtain the six human SOULS he was become as an powerful entity name was Photoshop Flowey (Omega Flowey), despite of hand-drawn animated it was an computer-animated with massive realistic looking, he can also messing around the entire movie like shown the footage of previous Walt Disney animated or live-action films, this scene is notably as the most scariest moment in film history by Colin Entertainment, Ltd.

Animated blood (Home release only)

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Release

Theatrical release

  • September 15, 2018 - United States and Canada
  • September 18, 2018 - Australia and New Zealand
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Home media

  • Digital HD
    • TBA
  • DVD and Blu-Ray
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DVD or Blu-Ray menu

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Differences to video game

  1. The color puzzle where Papyrus created was been rejected as Disney will not used with epileptic seizure in this film, it also removed the Mettaton color puzzle too.

Upcoming sequel

Main article: Toby Fox's Undertale - Dogs of Future Past

Staff

  • Colin Lloyd Pendergast: The creator of this page, director, producer, story-lead, writer and poster creator.
  • Hfmbears: Special additional as director and producer.
  • James Sharp: Special additional as director, producer and writer, he also created for the credits.
  • Stephan Swaby: Special additional as executive producer.
  • Ethan M. Nelson: Special additional as executive producer.

Languages

  • English - Toby Fox's Undertale
  • Japanese - トビー・フォックスの下敷き
  • German - Laut des Märchens
  • French - Sous-titre
  • Spanish - Subestimar
  • Russian - Тоби Фокса Подрассказ

Copyright

© 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. and Colin Entertainment, Ltd. All the Undertale characters and related are owned and created by Toby Fox.
All rights reserved.

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Trivia

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