Wander Over Yonder: The Movie is an upcoming 2016 American hybrid live action/CGI animated 3D Adventure-comedy family film from Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Animation Studios that will release in theaters February 29, 2016 on the early release, and the timed release in August 29, 2016.
Wander and Sylvia are going to have a fantastic time in space!
- Jack McBrayer as Wander
- Jane Lynch as Sylvia
- Billy Zane as Lord Hater
- Zoe Saldana as Lord Doominator
- Charlie Day as Peepers
- Dwayne Johnson as Emperor Awesome
- Aziz Anzari as Westley
- James Marsden as Sir Brad Starlight
- Galaxies: Performed by Owl City
- Dancing in the Moonlight: Performed by Toploader
- Wander Over Yonder Remix: (or The Time Over Yonder) Performed by Black Eyed Peas & Two Man Gentlemen Band
- Wander and Sylvia are coming on the big screen!
- This film will be rated PG for mild action, some rude humor and thematic elements!
Logo Variations for the Film Itself and Trailers
"Disney" (Walt Disney Pictures)
On the early release and the timed release of the film, the 2011 logo plays as normal, but the disco beam from the Prom trailer is still spinning with the company name already formed. The curved arc is filled with orange musical notes in it.
On the trailers, the logo is tinted in orange with the castle in green.
On TV spots, the logo is the same as the movie itself, but is in a box with the Walt Disney Animation Studios logo in the same variation as the movie next to it.
At the end of the film, the logo plays as normal, but Wander says to the audience, "Hope you enjoyed!" with Sylvia saying "And that's a wrap!" But Lord Hater comes in and says "That's it??? Where's the sequel? WHERE'S MY SEQUEL?!?!?!" so Wander replies "Oh, we'll have a sequel!" Lord Hater replies "Really?! When?" but Sylvia says "Hmmm...2029." Hater gets shocked about this and faints. then the logo fades out along with the rest of the characters.
"Walt Disney Animation Studios"
On the early release and the timed release of the film, Wander replaces Steamboat Willie and does a banjo version of the theme tune.
On the trailers, it's the same as the movie itself, but with Wander and the yellow sky in color, having the entire logo to be orange and the company name in green.
Same as on the TV spots.