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Time to Save the Universe…with a Clip from “Regular Show: The Movie”


Cartoon Network has released a clip from Regular Show: The Movie, available now on digital download platforms including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox, PlayStation, VUDU and others. It is available for $7.99 (SD) and $9.99 (HD).

From series creator JG Quintel and Cartoon Network Studios, this epic adventure story centers around fan favorites, Mordecai and Rigby, who after accidentally creating a Timenado, have to go back in time and battle an evil volleyball coach in order to save the universe… and their friendship.

For the first time ever, Cartoon Network is offering its first feature-length movie via digital download prior to the DVD release on October 13th and network premiere later this fall. As a complement to the digital movie release, an assortment of bonus content will be available, as well as discounts on Regular Show season sets across all platforms for a limited time.

Regular Show: The Movie was directed by Quintel, with Sean Szeles and Mike Roth serving as supervising producers. Featured voices include Quintel (Mordecai and High Five Ghost), William Salyers (Rigby), Sam Marin (Pops, Benson and Muscle Man), and Mark Hamill (Skips), each reprising their roles from the television series.

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