20th Century Fox FANON
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  • The last Fox Animation film to be distributed by 20th Century Fox before Disney took over on March 20, 2019.
  • The eleventh animated film of 2010s to gross a billion dollars worldwide, after after Toy Story 3, Frozen, Paradoria, Minions, Zootopia, Finding Dory, Imagimals, Despicable Me 3, Computeropolis: The Deep Web and Incredibles 2.
  • Unlike the other Puppet Pals films, it was released in IMAX 2D only in North America and the United Kingdom while other countries had the film in IMAX 2D and 3D.
  • Some of the original ideas cut for the first film were later reused in this film, especially those of copyrighted characters.
  • The seventh animated sequel to be produced in a 2.35:1 aspect ratio, after Rugrats Go WildShrek Forever AfterIce Age: Continental DriftPlanes: Fire & RescueDespicable Me 3, Alaina Gleen 3, Kate & Chris: Back in Action, Sherlock Gnomes, and Computeropolis: The Deep Web. unlike the previous installments which were produced in a 1.85:1 aspect ratio.
  • At two hours and two minutes, this is not only the longest Fox Animation and Puppet Pals film to date, but also the longest computer-animated feature film to date. This breaks Puppet Pals' record as longest computer animated film, with that movie being one hour and fifty-nine minutes.
    • However, it is rumored that Toon Party: Spaced Out would break that record with a runtime of two hours and nine minutes.
  • The end credits go on for nearly 14 minutes.
  • This is the first film to have the Fox Animation logo to simply read "Fox Animation".
  • Puppet Pals: Forever After is the fourth Fox Animation Studios film to be released in September, after Kate & Chris, Puppet Pals the Third, and Alaina Gleen 3.
  • Puppet Pals: Forever After is the first time a Fox Animation franchise has become a quadrilogy.
  • This is the first Puppet Pals film to use the 2013 bylineless 20th Century Fox logo.
  • The 2D animated sequences representing a montage of clips from the previous films in the end credits are extremely similar to 2D Disney animated films.
  • This is the third Fox Animation film to be shown in Dolby Cinema, following Alaina Gleen 3 and Kate & Chris: Back in Action.
  • Digital cinema prints were delivered to theaters with the fake title "Puppet Harvest". It references "Blue Harvest," the fake working title of Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983) and "Yellow Harvest", which also references the 35mm release print title of The Simpsons Movie (2007).
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