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Brain And Scamper Show The Movie Sequel is a 2013 American animated musical, sci-fi comedy film based on the animated television series Brain And Scamper Show, created by Anthony Atkins.

Brain And Scamper Show The Movie Sequel is the sequel to the film Brain And Scamper Show 5 Movie Film For Theaters and is based on the show Brain And Scamper Show. Pre-Production started 2013. However production was slow. It is now planned for a "tentative" release for May 17, 2013.


Runtime

87 Minutes (Warner Bros.) (USA/Canada/Mexico/Citytopia)

96 Minutes (Paramount Pictures) ( USA/Canada/Mexico/Citytopia - Limited Edition)

83 Minutes / 92 Minutes (Paramount Pictures) (International)

88 Minutes (Toho) (Japan)


Distributed by

Warner Home Video (Theatrical DVD/VHS/Blu-Ray) (USA)

Paramount Home Entertainment (Limited Edition/Theatrical DVD & Blu-Ray) (USA)


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Parental Guide

http://brainandscampershow.wikia.com/wiki/Brain_And_Scamper_Show_The_Movie_Sequel_-_Parental_Guide


Official Facebook Page

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brain-And-Scamper-Show-The-Movie-Sequel/468014953212641

Cast Edit

Sean Hayes as Brain

Steve Buscemi as Scamper

John Cusack as Igor

Molly Shannon as Eva

Ken Page as Satan, Oogie Boogie, & CGI Man

John DiMaggio as Bender

Chris Kattan as Donut

Dave Willis as Mayor of Town, Ignignokt

Mike Schatz as Emory

Andy Merrill as Oglethorpe

Emily Jenness as Dawn

Jay Leno as Jack-O-Lantern

Chris Saranadon as Jack Skellington

Dana Snyder as Master Shake

Matt Maiellaro as Parappa The Warper & Err

Harry Shearer as Kang

Dan Castellaneta as Kodos

Additional Voices: Matt Adler, Steve Alterman, Tom Amundsen, Stephen Apostolina, Kirk Baily, Greg Berg, Julianne Buescher, Robert Clotworthy, David Cowgill, Wendy Culter, Terri Douglas, Robin Atkin Downes, Chris Edgerly, Patrick Fraley, Eddie Frierson, Jackie Gonneau, Nicholas Guest, Archie Hahn, Jason Harris, Bridget Hoffman, Wendy Hoffmann, Rif Hutton, David Kramer, Anne Lockhart, Mona Marshall, Scott Menville, Richard Miro, Jonathan Nichols, Paul Pape, Juan Pope, Michelle Ruff, Michael Sorich, Aaron Spann, Pepper Sweeney

AnimationEdit

The animation in Brain And Scamper Show The Movie Sequel was created in 2D using Windows Movie Maker & AVS Video Editorsoftware, running on Texture and Design workstations. The film was produced in a widescreen 1.85:1 aspect ratio, to distinguish it from the look of the television series, and colored with the largest palette the animators had ever had available to them. Animation production work was divided among four studios around the world: Film Roman in Burbank, California, Citytopia Animation Studios in Citytopia, Knish, Radical Axis, Inc. in Atlanta Georgia and Super Cartoons, Inc. in Citytopia, Knish.

Director said that unlike the TV series where "you [have] to pick and choose", the film gave them the opportunity to "lavish that attention [on] every single scene". The characters have shadows, unlike in the show. Anthony and the animators looked to films such as Beavis And Butt-Head Do America, The Simpsons Movie, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters for inspiration, as they were "a great education in staging because of how the characters are placed".

MusicEdit

Brain And Scamper Show The Movie Sequel Soundtrack

The musical score and songs featured in the film were composed and produced by Anthony Atkins. The musical features 17 songs, each evoking a familiar Broadway style. The soundtrack also parodies many familiar Disney conventions, with several songs spoofing Disney musicals. "Go the Distance" by Michael Bolton from Hercules and is a used to promote movie credits. The score received critical acclaim, with Entertainment Weekly claiming it is "a cast album that gleefully sends up all the Hollywood musical conventions we're being deprived of." The soundtrack was released May 14, 2013 by Warner Music Group.


Limited Edition CutEdit

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An extended cut of the film, with nine minutes of new footage, was released as Brain And Scamper Show The Movie Sequel: Limited Edition on DVD and Blu-ray released in September 10, 2013 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Note:This movie is not rated. Not seen in theaters.
MPAA PG-13

The Movie Sequel was rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America, there were numerous news reports of underage fans of Brain And Scamper Show engaging in unsuccessful attempts to gain entrance to the film at theaters.

ReleaseEdit

Warner Bros. announced on February 2012 that the film would be released worldwide on May 17, 2013. The film was released a day earlier in Australia and the United Kingdom. Little information about the plot was released in the weeks building up to the film's release. Anthony Atkins did not feel that "people look in the TV section of the newspaper and think, 'I'll watch this week's Brain And Scamper Show because I like the plot.' You just tune in and see what happens."
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The film was rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for "for language, violent images, suggestive humor, continuous crude-fright scene and sex-related".


However, the British Board of Film Classification passed the film as a 12A with no cuts made.


Home MediaEdit

The film was released on DVD worldwide June 19th, 2012, with a VHS release. A traditional retail VHS release followed on July 31st, 2012. The film was re-released for Blu-ray on December 2012 in celebration. The Special Collector's Edition was released on DVD & Blu-Ray made of 90 years on September 2013. The film's 1080p AVC encode (at 1.85:1) was taken from the original film source as well with random audio sync issues, despite the fact the film was animated entirely digitally.

CertificationEdit

USA:PG-13 | France:-12 (original rating) | France:U (re-rating) | Singapore:PG13 | Singapore:NC-16 (extended version) | South Korea:12 | Canada:G (Quebec) | Canada:PG (Manitoba) | Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia//Nova Scotia/Ontario) | China:(Banned) | Hungary:14 | Iceland:L (video rating) | Iceland:12 (original rating) | Czech Republic:12 | Italy:VM14 (cinema rating) | Italy:T (video rating) | Taiwan:PG-12 | Colombia:12 | Philippines:G | Ireland:12A | Finland:K-11 | Switzerland:10 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud) | Switzerland:10 (canton of the Grisons) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Zurich) | UK:12A | UK:15 (extended version) | Thailand:R-14Netherlands:12 | Australia:M | Hong Kong:IIA | Portugal:M/12 | Austria:14 | India:(Banned) | Norway:11 | Mexico:B | New Zealand:M | Iran:(Banned) | Brazil:14 | Sweden:11 | Denmark:7 (re-rating) | Denmark:11 (original rating) | Chile:TE | Japan:PG12 | Argentina:13 | Peru:14 | Germany:12 | Malaysia:(Banned) | Canada:14+ (TV rating) | Spain:13 | USA:TV-14 (TV rating)

VHS PreviewEdit

1.Anthony (Anime): The Movie - Teaser Trailer (Paramount Trailer) (Coming Soon To Theaters)

2.Happy Feet Two - Trailer (Now on DVD & Blu-Ray)

3.Green Lantern - Trailer (Now on DVD & Blu-Ray)

4.Warner Bros. Blu-Ray 3D - Promo (Now on Blu-Ray)

TriviaEdit

  • Warner Bros. originally suggested that the film should be rated PG, but Dave & Matt said We would never make this film unless it was to be rated PG-13.
  • It is widely thought that the film was banned in China, India, Malaysia and Iran, however releasing of the film in China and Iran was never attempted due to fright scene, violent scene and igor recycling plant scene.
  • The movie's excessive use of profanity also gained it a place in the Guinness Book of Records for "Most Swearing in an Animated Film" (25 profane words).
  • Satan returns in this film.
  • Oogie Boogie's skin then to returns by Satan.
  • No use of f--k.
  • Satan says with 1 use of Sh-t uncensored with Limited Edition Version or censored with Theatrical Version.
  • In episode of Video Game Match Character of Parappa the Warper returns in the Movie Sequel.
  • In episode of Simulator Character of CGI Man returns in the Movie Sequel.
  • Made a cameo characters include: Marilyn Manson, Meatwad, Neil Peart, Dr. Schadenfreude & Buzz Offmann
  • In sex-related use of girl & santa in the scene from the band.
  • They lot of violent images with "Battle of the Ships", "vs. Oogie", "Robot Phone Battle" & 'Giant Green Monster vs Brain"
  • In use of profanity words with 3 use of Ass, 11 use of Damn, 5 or 6 use of Bitch, 2 use of Crap & 1 use of Bastard also of 1 use of Sh-t wih uncensored audio in Limited Edition Version.
  • 8 Minute Movie Credits does not translate only english around the world.
  • Also BASSTMS Bought like "Beavis and Butt-Head Do America", "Simpsons Movie", "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters" & "South Park Bigger Longer and Uncut"
  • Another song of Brain And Scamper Show Movie Theme in the Main Title.
  • Lot of 17 Songs in this film & 3 bonus tracks of soundtrack.
  • My Town by Hollywood Undead use of clean lyrics in this film with Parappa the Warper's song & credits.

International television airingsEdit

UK and IrelandEdit

  • England and Northern Ireland
  • Republic of Ireland
    • TG4 (2013-present)
  • Scotland
    • Channel 5 (2014-present)

North AmericaEdit

  • Citytopia
    • Teen Cartoon (2013-present)
  • United States
    • FX (2014-present)
    • VH1 (2015-present
  • Canada

Australia and New ZealandEdit

SequelEdit

A sequel to Brain And Scamper Show The Movie Sequel called 3D Movie is planned for release in August 7th, 2015. Paramount has reissued the film annually under their RealD format since 2015.

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