Adventure Time: The Movie (Live-Action 4K Trailer) | Gritty Reboots

Adventure Time: The Movie (Live-Action 4K Trailer) | Gritty Reboots

Years later when magic in the Land of Ooo begins to fade, Finn and Jake must embark on one mommy of an adventure to save their world.

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Music & Sound by Hexany Audio [http://www.hexanyaudio.com]
Music by Andy Forsberg
Audio Director: Richard Ludlow
Sound Designer: Matthew Earl
Mixer: Juan Cortés Arango

Additional VFX: Kial Natale [http://youtube.com/Megasteakman]
Props by: Nick Nielsen [http://nicknsuch.com]
Production Assistant: Shelby Allman [http://instagram.com/shelallman]
Peppermint Butler 3D model by Cheesecake Weasel Studios [http://www.cheesecake-weasel.com/]

CAST
Finn: Joe Homes [http://www.youtube.com/Plus2Joe]
Princess Bubblegum: Kristina Horner [http://www.youtube.com/kristina]
Jake (Voice): Chris Parker [http://twitter.com/chrstphrprkr]
Jake Mo-Cap: Forest Gibson [http://twitter.com/forestgibson]
Ice King: Steven Hudson [http://twitter.com/hudsonfilm]
Lemongrab (Voice): Brad Walker [http://talent.tpsonline.org/?M=6330]
BMO: Kiri Callaghan [http://twitter.com/kiricallaghan]
Flame Princess: Brigid Lohman [https://www.facebook.com/Birghita13]
Marceline: Tara Theoharis [http://twitter.com/geekyhostess]

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