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Mutants from Outer Space is a 2008 American animated science fiction comedy action-adventure film produced by Fox Television Animation was based on the Fox animated television series of the same name. It was directed by Michael Wildshill and co-directed by Bob Camp, and written by David N. Weiss, Mike Minchin, John Cohen, and Alec Sokolow from a story by Minchin and Wildshill. The film stars the voices of Edward Norton, Justin Long, Billy Crystal, Jack Black, Martin Lawrence, Tina Fey, Chloë Grace Moretz, Tom Holland, Patrick Stewart, Richard Kind, Cameron Diaz, Anders Holm, Miranda Cosgrove, Booboo Stewart, Amy Poehler, Hugh Laurie, Dakota Fanning, Ashton Kutcher, Reese Witherspoon, David Cross, Jim Carrey, Patrick Warburton, Albert Brooks, Betty White, David Koechner, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kiefer Sutherland, Robin Williams, and John Goodman.
Mutants from Outer Space was first in North America on October 31, 2008, and was a critical and commercial success, earning acclaim from film critics and audiences and earning $892.3 million worldwide. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Score at the 81st Academy Awards, but lost to Swapped, respectively. The film's success had also inspired other merchandise, including a video game and a short film.
Cast and characters
- Edward Norton as Jellio
- Justin Long as Microtron 3000
- Billy Crystal as T.E.D./Mikdexter
- Jack Black as Meltate
- Martin Lawrence as Bob
- Tina Fey as Princess Nebbie
- Dee Bradley Baker as Kelvin the Magic Bug
- Patrick Stewart as King Howard
- Maya Rudolph as King Howard's Computer
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- Jeff Bennett
- Tom Kenny
- Scott Menville
- Matt Adler
- Grey DeLisle
- Kath Soucie
|20th Century Fox theatrical animated features|
|Aladdin and the 41 Thieves (1976) - Wizards (1977) - Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure (1977) - A Dolphin Tale (1978) - The Four Seasons (1979) - Mr. Callagton's Law (1980) - Boris the Dog (1981) - Undertrap (1982) - Fire and Ice (1983) - Chocolate Rain (1984) - Extremely Racing Trains (1985) - Orbis (1986) - Gools (1987) - Falls in Love Master (1988) - Busternoon (1989) - The Flintstones Goes to Hollywood (1990) - The Dollmakers (1991) - FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992) - Once Upon a Forest (1993) - Operation Blue (1993) - The Pagemaster (1994) - Asterix Conquers America (1995) - Sonic the Hedgehog - Jelly Gems (1996) - Anastasia (1997) - Twist Time (1998) - Nego: Master of Darkness (1999) - Titan A.E. (2000) - Digimon: The Movie (2000) - Brander Kruse: Boy Genius (2000) - Star Wars T.I.E. (2000) - Monkeybone (2001) - Angels vs. Demons (2001) - Mice Tales (2001) - PuffRuff School: The Movie (2001) - Waking Life (2001) - Sakura Wars: The Movie (2001) - Koxelz (2002) - Ice Age (2002) - Me and the Monster (2002) - Rejects Zero (2002) - M.I.N.D.: The School of Spies (2002) - Jelly Gems 2 (2002) - The Groundholes Movie (2003)
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