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Regular Show: The Movie
Directed byJ. G. Quintel
Written by
  • Sean Szeles
  • J. G. Quintel
  • Calvin Wong
  • Andres Salaff
  • Mike Roth
  • Benton Connor
  • John Infantino
  • Toby Jones
Screenplay by
Story by
  • J. G. Quintel
  • Matt Price
  • John Infantino
  • Mike Roth
  • Michele Cavin
  • Sean Szeles
Based onRegular Show
by J. G. Quintel
Produced byRyan Slater
Starring
  • J. G. Quintel
  • Sam Marin
Edited byBobby Gibis
Music byMark Mothersbaugh
John Enroth
Albert Fox
Cartoon Network Studios
Cartoon Network[1]
Distributed byWarner Home Video
  • August 14, 2015 (The Downtown Independent)
  • October 13, 2015 (DVD)
Running time
68 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$3 million

Regular Show: The Movie is a 2015 American animatedscience fictioncomedy film based on animated series, Regular Show. It was produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The film was directed by J. G. Quintel and it features the voices of William Salyers, Quintel, Sam Marin, and Mark Hamill reprising their respective roles from the series, with Jason Mantzoukas and David Koechner joining the cast. The movie follows Mordecai and Rigby, along with their groundskeeping co-workers, Benson, Pops, Muscle Man, Hi-Five Ghost, and Skips, as they embark on a mission to save the universe, and their friendship, from a volleyball coach.

The film premiered on August 14, 2015, at The Downtown Independent theater in Los Angeles, where it was shown until August 20, 2015.[2] The film was released digitally on September 1, 2015, on DVD on October 13, 2015, and ultimately had its television premiere on November 25, 2015, on Cartoon Network.[3] The events of the film take place during the seventh season of the show. Regular Show: The Movie is the first Cartoon Network original film since 2009's Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show.

Plot[edit]

In the distant future, Rigby leads Benson, Skips, Hi-Five Ghost, Muscle Man, and Pops against a madman named Mr. Ross, who is plotting to destroy Earth by erasing all of time. They find Mr. Ross' weapon is guarded by a cyborg version of Mordecai, who attempts to kill Rigby for a transgression he did in the past. When the entire team is killed, Benson sacrifices himself so that Rigby can use a timeship, a space vehicle that can travel through time, to reach the past and stop the chaos. Rigby does so, but not before Mordecai shoots him with a plasma shotgun.

In the present, Mordecai and Rigby barely convince Benson not to fire them after running late due to Rigby's idea to get breakfast burritos. When the timeship crash lands in the park, future Rigby appears to tell Mordecai, Rigby and their co-workers that when Mordecai and Rigby were in high school, they created a time machine that backfired and created a 'Time-nado', a tornado with the ability to travel through space and time, which was harnessed and weaponized by their former science teacher and volleyball coach, Mr. Ross, who was held responsible for the incident and sent to prison. Before dying, future Rigby also reveals future Mordecai shot him (to the shock of the group as they don't believe it's possible) and says Rigby must soon reveal a secret from his past in order to save the universe, even if it costs him his friendship with Mordecai. When questioned for details, Mordecai explains they created the time machine because Rigby got into their dream college, College University, but Mordecai did not.

After preparing for the mission, the employees use the timeship to travel back in time to Mordecai and Rigby's high school days but damage the ship's engines in the process. Skips, Muscle Man and Hi-Five Ghost stay behind to repair the ship's engines while Benson and Pops follow Mordecai and Rigby to the science lab to find the time machine that Mordecai and Rigby's past selves were working on with past Mr. Ross, who is angry at Rigby for costing the volleyball team the championship but was forced to let him do an extra credit assignment to pass his class. However, the volleyball team, thinking they were spies from their rival school, Riverdale, attacks Benson and Pops, forcing Mordecai and Rigby to get help from their past selves.

After convincing past Rigby to make a model volcano instead, the group destroys the time machine and returns to the timeship only to find the repairs stalled due to an encounter with Muscle Man and Hi-Five Ghost's past selves. Complicating matters further is that temporal ruptures begin appearing just as the repairs are finished. Rigby, who had slipped away earlier, informs the group that past Mordecai and past Rigby are heading to the high school to finish a second time machine future Mr. Ross planted. The employees race back to the science lab but are held up by future Mr. Ross and future Mordecai, allowing past Mordecai and past Rigby to botch the second time machine and create the Time-nado. Future Mr. Ross then forces Rigby to admit the truth while holding Mordecai hostage: he never got into College U, but Mordecai did and he created Mordecai's fake rejection letter in order to maintain their friendship. Future Mr. Ross tries to kill Mordecai with a volleyball bomb in the confusion, but future Mordecai, having a change of heart, jumps into the bomb's path, taking a heavy wound and forcing future Mr. Ross to retreat.

Enraged over the duplicity that has affected his life, Mordecai ends his friendship with Rigby, prompting a heartbroken Rigby to run off with the timeship and leave the group behind. Before dying, future Mordecai gives his present version his timeship and instructs him to patch things up, saying what Rigby did was no excuse to side with future Mr. Ross. As the group tries to rebound, a distress call from future Gene the Vending Machine prompts them to help out. Meanwhile, after a failed suicide attempt to fly into the Sun, Rigby encounters Father Time, who is falling apart due to the Time-nado, and convinces Rigby to apologize to Mordecai. Rigby heads to the future and races back to the Time-nado space station, but gets intercepted along with Mordecai by Mr. Ross at the temporal crystal power core. With Techmo's help, they manage to defeat Ross and restore their friendship before using the plutonium from Mordecai's timeship to destroy the Time-nado. They later return to the past and convince past Rigby to apologize to past Mr. Ross before he's taken to jail for life, thus ending the feud between them.

Arriving back to the present, Mordecai and Rigby agree that, despite how cool their future selves turned out, they won't let their friendship degrade into trying to kill each other, which alters the future and erases their dead future selves from the timeline. The following day, as Benson catches them out of the park, the pair race back in the timeship from a fast food place with Rigby saying they'll 'never be late again' before using the timeship to travel back in time to the point before Benson catches them.

Voice cast[edit]

  • William Salyers as Rigby, Future Rigby, High School Rigby
  • J. G. Quintel as Mordecai, Hi-Five Ghost, Future Mordecai, Future Hi-Five Ghost, High School Mordecai, Past Hi-Five Ghost
  • Sam Marin as Pops, Benson, Muscle Man, Future Benson, Future Muscle Man, Future Pops, Past Muscle Man, Past Benson, Past Pops
  • Mark Hamill as Skips, Future Skips, Past Skips
  • Jason Mantzoukas as Mr. Ross, Future Mr. Ross
  • David Koechner as Principal Dean
  • Minty Lewis as Eileen
  • Roger Craig Smith as Francis Jablonski, Frank Smith, Fast Food Guy
  • Ali Hillis as Ship Computer, Barbara
  • Kurtwood Smith as Gene
  • Eddie Pepitone as Sherm
  • Paul F. Tompkins as Gino
  • Fred Tatasciore as Father Time, Security Guard, Timenado Mechanic, Willy, News Reporter
  • Steve Blum as Techmo, Brit, Commander, TV Game
  • Janie Haddad as Margaret Smith

Production[edit]

The film was first announced in February 2015 during the Cartoon Network upfront.[4] Series creator J.G. Quintel announced on June 11, 2015, via Twitter that the production of the film had been completed.[5] A trailer for the film was shown at the 2015 Comic Con International event on July 10, 2015[6] and was later released online on July 12, 2015. Despite the film being announced in February 2015, the film began production in 2014.

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During production of the fourth season, the network asked the creator if he would like to do a forty-minute special episode. Quintel turned down the offer and asked to do a film instead. The network agreed. The idea was then put into development.[7]

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Quintel confirmed that the film is canon and is set in the middle between season six and season seven.[7]

The sixth season of Regular Show was affected by the film. It was set to have 40 episodes, but due to the production of the film, only 31 were produced. Season seven featured 39 episodes.

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack for the film featured three real-life songs including, 'March of the Swivel Heads', 'The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades' and 'Pale Blue Eyes'.

Release[edit]

Theatrical release[edit]

The film first screened at the L.A. Downtown Independent on August 14, 2015, and continued to screen until August 20, 2015.[8] The film also screened at select Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas across the United States[9] and it had a select showtime at the SVA Theatre of New York[10] and at the Cinema Montrereal CANADA during October 2015.[11]

Television premiere[edit]

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Regular Show: The Movie premiered on Cartoon Network United States and Cartoon Network Canada on November 25, 2015. It premiered on Cartoon Network in the United Kingdom and Ireland and Cartoon Network in Australia and New Zealand on November 28, 2015.[12][13] The film premiered in Asia (including Philippines) on November 30, 2015, and in Central and Latin America on December 7, 2015. The film premiered in France on December 18, 2015, on Cartoon Network.

Home media release[edit]

The film was released on digital platforms such as iTunes and Google Play Movies & TV on September 1, 2015. The movie was later released to DVD by Warner Home Video on October 13, 2015.[3] It includes an audio commentary, deleted scenes, movie animatics, the trailer, original board pitch, concept art and movie art galleries. Is estimated to have grossed $151,389 in domestic DVD sales.[14][15]

Ratings[edit]

The film was watched by 2.17 million viewers and received a 4.5 rating in adults 18-49.[16]

References[edit]

  1. ^https://www.popzara.com/movies/blu-ray-dvd-reviews/regular-show-the-movie-dvd/
  2. ^Burszan, David (November 25, 2015). 'Regular Show: J.G. Quintel Talks The Movie, Music, and.. Burgers'. Den of Geek. Retrieved May 25, 2017.
  3. ^ ab''Regular Show: The Movie' Sets Digital & DVD Launch Ahead Of the World Premiere'. August 13, 2015. Retrieved August 13, 2015.
  4. ^'Cartoon Network Unveils Upfront Slate For 2015-2016'. Deadline Hollywood. February 19, 2015. Retrieved August 15, 2015.
  5. ^Quintel, J.G. 'The Regular Show Movie is finished..' J.G. Quintel verified Twitter. Retrieved August 15, 2015.
  6. ^Peter Paltridge (July 11, 2015). 'SDCC2015: Highlights From The Cartoon Network Panel'. Toonzone.net. Retrieved August 15, 2015.
  7. ^ ab'NYCC 2015: 'Regular Show' Press Interviews'. Bubbleblabber. October 11, 2015. Retrieved May 12, 2016.
  8. ^'Regular Show - The Movie'. regularshow.bpt.me. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  9. ^https://twitter.com/jgquintel/status/654447046338805760?lang=en
  10. ^https://svatheatre.com/events/regular-show-the-movie-nyc-premiere/
  11. ^https://www.cinemamontreal.com/movies/regular-show-the-movie-2015
  12. ^Gorman, Sean (November 1, 2015). 'Can't wait for the #regularshow movie. ..' Sean Gorman Twitter page. Retrieved November 20, 2015.
  13. ^'Cartoon Network UK Regular Show The Movie To Premiere On Saturday 28th November'. RegularCapital: Cartoon Network International News. November 7, 2015. Retrieved January 21, 2017.
  14. ^'Regular Show: The Movie (2015)'. October 18, 2015. Retrieved January 6, 2016.
  15. ^https://www.indiewire.com/2015/10/exclusive-clip-the-regular-show-movie-122558
  16. ^'UPDATED: SHOWBUZZDAILY’s Top 150 Wednesday Cable Originals & Network Update: 11.25.2015 Showbuzz Daily'. www.showbuzzdaily.com. Retrieved on May 25, 2017.

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