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Atomic Betty X Total Drama Feat. Sujira and ABII: Movie Wars Cross
Film information

Directed by

Bruce McDonald
Ridd Sorensen and Mark Thornton (ABXTD)
Seiji Mizushima (TDS)
Yoshiaki Okumura (ABII)
Keith Oliver, Ridd Sorensen and Mamoru Hosoda (Movie Wars Cross)

Produced by

Jennifer Pertsch
Trevor Bentley
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto

Written by

Aaron Montalvo (ABXTD/MWC)
Ouroboros.TheNewSaurian (Sujira)
Julayla (ABII) [Story]

Music by

Taku Iwasaki
Kotaro Nakagawa
Shuhei Naruse
Brian Pickett
Kevin Gillis

Studio

Production I.G.
Madhouse
Fresh TV
Atomic Cartoons
Dentsu
Neptoon Studios
Namco Bandai Pictures
Bandai Visual
Teletoon Films
TV Tokyo
ABXTD Movie Wars Project
Aniplex

Distributed by

Warner Bros. Pictures
Columbia Pictures
Aniplex of America
Toho (Japan)

Release Date(s)

July 3, 2013

Rated

PG-13

Running time

120 minutes

Language

English
Japanese

Followed by

Ultimate Atomic Betty X Total Drama

Atomic Betty X Total Drama feat. Sujira and ABII - Movie Wars Cross (アトミックベティ クロス トータル ドラマ フィーチャースジラ x AB II: MOVIE 大戦クロス Atomikku Betti Kurosu Totaru Dorama Fichaa Sujira to Eibi Zu Muvi Taisen Kurosu) is a crossover movie who is with 2 fanfictions based on Ouroboros' Total Drama Sujira series (despite the title, the Sujira franchise has absolutely nothing to do with the actual Total Drama series) and Julayla's Atomic Betty II series, as well as Yoshiyuki Sadamoto's (Neon Genesis Evangelion, Diebuster) TDS manga now adapted into an anime. It's the first movie to have american voice cast for both characters of both Atomic Betty II and Total Drama Sujira, It will be released in 2D theatres, 3D theatres and IMAX 3D in Summer 2013. The movie is similar to the Kamen Rider Movie Wars from Decade and Double to OOO and Fourze and so on.

StoryEdit

Movie Wars Cross, like the Kamen Rider Movie wars, Is split into 3 parts. The Atomic Betty X Total Drama portion is directed by the series directors Mark Thornton and Ridd Sorensen, bringing a reunion between the cast of Total Drama and Betty and her friends. The one is called Love, Friendship and Drama. The Total Drama Sujira part is directed by original series director Seiji Mizushima (known for Gundam 00, Un-Go, and the 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist anime). It appears to be a non-canon story. This one is called The Immaculate Dokeshi! One Last Mission for SAS, and it is animated by Production I.G, with assistance by Madhouse. And finally, The Atomic Betty II part will be directed by Yoshiaki Okumura, director of the American/Japanese anime series on Nicktoons, Monsuno. The portion is called Nemesis's Revengeance Ambition. The final part is when the Sujira Assault Squadron, the Galactic Guardians from Another Universe along with the villains, the Swat Kats, and the others arrive to Ontario as the same style as Total Drama and Atomic Betty. And then when Nemesis' powers got unleashed to change the world with the demon unleashed and now with Nemesis. The part is directed by Mamoru Hosoda, who directed Summer Wars and the second Digimon Adventure Movie (featured in Digimon: The Movie), along with Keith Oliver and Ridd Sorensen. The rest of the movie was fully directed by Bruce McDonald, director of Fresh TV's first live action movie "My Babysitter's a Vampire" (Which it led into a TV series).

Atomic Betty X Total Drama: Love, Friendship and DramaEdit

When a premiere for a Total Drama movie starts. Sparky tries to find out what's going on with Courtney after Gwen accidentally kissed Courtney and becomes lesbians with her obviously. And it leads into a situation between Duncan or Gwen, and Betty's struggle to stop a break-up for the second time, and Duncan's Demon Rage.

Total Drama Sujira: The Immaculate Dokeshi! One Last Mission for SASEdit

Approximately six months after the death of MAR, the main antagonist of Total Drama Sujira, 16-year-old Ryo Tetsumaki and his team, the Sujira Assault Squadron (more commonly known as "SAS"), are in need of a long-awaited vacation. Nekora herself suggests that the group visit Nagashima Spa Land, an amusement park. Ryuga rejects at the sound of the idea, thinking that SAS would be better off simply live quietly; Kazumi assures him that he can still stay in tranquility.

Once they arrive at the park, Hydraken senses a strange aura. A majority of the ordinary folk appear to be hallucinating (in their minds, they believe that they're either rotting in Hell, getting enslaved, or "performing" some other bizarre activities), in which the Devil God of Sky comes to a conclusion that an unharmed devil is pulling the strings. Whatever the circumstances, it's all up to Ryo and his friends to investigate the chaotic occurrences!

Atomic Betty II: Nemesis' Revengeance AmbitionEdit

An alternate version of Atomic Betty II. It is unknown what the plot was or what it is going to be about.

Movie Wars CrossEdit

After the events of both Sujira: The Immaculate Dokeshi! One Last Mission for SAS! and Nemesis' Revengeance ambition, they find themselves in the real AB/TD world.

Character CastEdit

Atomic Betty X Total DramaEdit

Characters Japanese Cast English Cast
Betty Barrett Yoko Honna Tajja Isen
Sparky Hiroyuki Yoshino Rick Miller
X-5 Toshiyuki Morikawa Bruce Hunter
Admiral DeGill Tetsu Inada Adrian Truss
Noah Parker Junko Takeuchi Laurie Elliott
Penelope Lang Megumi Hazeyama Ashleigh Ball
Chaz Lang Soichiro Hoshi Scott McCord
Regeena Peterson Minami Takayama Leah Cudmore
Atomic Roger Kazuhiko Inoue Robert Tinkler
Betty's Mom Touko Aoyama Kristina Nicoll
Betty's Dad Hochu Otsuka Patrick McKenna
Purrsy Tomokazu Sugita Juan Chioran
Chris McLean Keiji Fujiwara Christian Potenza
Chef Hatchett Kenta Miyake Cle Bennett
Duncan Noriaki Sugiyama Drew Nelson
Courtney Yui Horie Emilie-Claire Barlow
Gwen Saeko Chiba Megan Fahlenbock
Trent Koki Uchiyama Brad Swaile
Owen Toshihiko Seki Scott McCord
Izzy Chiwa Saito Katie Crown
Lindsay Satomi Akesaka Shannon Chan-Kent
Tyler Tomokazu Seki Peter Oldring
Ezekiel Tomokazu Seki Peter Oldring
Beth Rie Kugimiya Sarah Gadon
Justin Daisuke Kishio Adam Reid
Katie Ai Nonaka Stephanie Anne Mills
Sadie Kana Asumi Lauren Lipson
Cody Miyu Irino Peter Oldring
Sierra Ami Koshimizu Annick Obonsawin
DJ Kenji Nomura Cle Bennett
Geoff Tetsuya Kakihara Dan Petronijevic
Bridgette Aya Hirano Kristin Fairlie
Noah Shotaro Morikubo Carter Hayden
Eva Arisa Ogasawara Julia Chantrey
Harold Kenichi Suzumura Brian Froud
LeShawna Yuu Kobayashi Novie Edwards
DJ's Mother Wakako Matsumoto Cle Bennett
Ann Maria Shizuka Ito Athena Karkanis
B N/A N/A
Brick Takashi Nagasako Jon Cor
Cameron Hiroyuki Yoshino Kevin Duhaney
Dakota Fumiko Orikasa Carleigh Beverley
Dawn Maaya Sakamoto Caitlynne Medrek
Jo Yukari Kokubun Laurie Elliott
Lightning Kappei Yamaguchi Tyrone Savage
Mike Takashi Ohara Cory Doran
Sam Hidekazu Ichinose Brian Froud
Scott Nobuyuki Hiyama James Wallis
Staci Junko Minagawa Ashley Peters
Zoey Sayuri Yahagi Barbara Mamabolo
Denise (Cameo) Chie Nakamura Ashleigh Ball
Alex Barrett-Lang (Cameo) Yuichi Nakamura Robert Tinkler

Atomic Betty IIEdit

Characters Japanese Cast English Cast
Betty Barrett Aya Hisakawa Shannon Chan-Kent
Sparky Kappei Yamaguchi Samuel Vincent
X-5 Yasuhiro Takato Scott McNeil
Admiral DeGill Hikaru Midorikawa John DiMaggio
Nemesis AS Ayaka Komatsu Tara Strong
Minimus PU Junichi Kanemaru Billy West
Ling Ling Mew Azama Abbey DiGregorio
Hirosaka Kirikurosu Genzo Wakayama Ian McShane
Noah Junko Takeuchi Cathy Weseluck
Paloma Kae Araki Kari Wahlgren
Penelope Lang Alisa Ashleigh Ball
Chaz Lang Miyu Irino Brad Swaile
Regeena Peterson Risa Ooki Leah Cudmore
Chance/T-Bone Mamoru Miyano Roger Craig Smith
Jake/Razor Kappei Yamaguchi Jason Griffith
Callie Briggs Youko Asada Amy Birnbaum
Purrsy Hochu Otsuka Rob Paulsen
Atomic Roger Kazuhiko Inoue Justin Roiland
Dr. Viper
  • Aiba Hiroki
  • Koji Wada (Singing Voice)
Frank Welker
Mary Sawai Miyuu Cree Summer
Hirosaka Kurikorosu Genzo Wakayama Ian McShane
Turmoil Shizuka Ito Nicole Oliver
Sam Risa Uchida Kate Higgins
Lt. Commander Steele Tetsuya Kakihara Brad Swaile
Kikyo IQ Kaori Asoh Wendee Lee
Dark Kat Norio Wakamoto Mark Hamill

Total Drama SujiraEdit

Characters Japanese Cast English Cast
Ryo Tetsumaki Noriaki Sugiyama Todd Haberkorn (credited as Todd Stone)
Hydraken Megumi Ogata Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Kazumi Ushimora Reiko Takagi Laura Bailey
Nekora Haburushi Yukari Tamura Melissa Fahn (credited as Johanna Luis)
Gendo Nara Showtaro Morikubo Richard Cansino
Daisuke Noda Akira Ishida Vic Mignogna
Gojira Namufira Aya Hisakawa Mela Lee
Yatagarasu Toshiyuki Morikawa Troy Baker
Megumi Haburushi Megumi Toyoguchi Kari Wahlgren
Wan Yuko Sanpei Mona Marshall
Ryuga Mokuro Urara Takano

Steve Staley

Akagi Terashima Jurota Kosugi Travis Willingham
Headmaster Grimace Hidekatsu Shibata William Frederick Knight
Souichiro Kaworu Unsho Ishizuka Jamieson Price (credited as Taylor Henry)

Dokeshi

Shigeru Chiba Terrence Stone
Ganguro Natsuko Kuwatani Stephanie Sheh
Sentagai Daisuke Namikawa Bryce Papenbrook

TriviaEdit

  • Unless noted, neither version of Maximus IQ appears in this, despite being a non-canon final episode film.
  • The movie is a prequel to Ultimate Atomic Betty X Total Drama and Futuristic Final Chapter.
  • This is the first film to have all portions non-canon to all of the series as well as collaborating with Aniplex since its acquirements on the ABXTD series exclusive for Teletoon's 15th Anniversary, the Total Drama Sujira franchise and the Ultimate ABXTD series.

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