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Steven Universe: The Movie is an upcoming feature film musical based on Steven Universe that will air on Cartoon Network[2] in Fall 2019. It was first announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 during the Steven Universe panel. A DVD set will be released late 2019.

Story

Steven thinks his time defending the Earth is over, but when a new threat comes to Beach City, Steven faces his biggest challenge yet.[3]

Characters

Protagonists

Antagonists

Others

Musical contributors

Unusually for Steven Universe, the movie includes collaboration with several outside musical artists in different kinds of genres, as well as regular contributors to the franchise:

An accompanying soundtrack is scheduled to be released, both physically and digitally along with the film.

Production

  • The movie is executive produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Rebecca Sugar. Co-executive producers include Kat Morris, Joe Johnston, Alonso Ramirez[4] Ramos (known for storyboarding 14 episodes of the series Gravity Falls), and Ian Jones-Quartey.
  • Rebecca Sugar also serves as the film's director.[5]
  • Former Crewniverse member Ian Jones-Quartey is also involved on the film's story.[6]
  • Storyboard work on the movie took place between late 2017 and early 2018.[7]
    • Christopher Pianka, otherwise known for The Owl House, is credited[8] as a storyboard artist on the movie. 
  • It is to be animated by Sunmin Image Pictures Co.[9]
  • On June 13, 2019, new musical additions to the cast such as Chance the Rapper and Gallant were announced via Cartoon Network's Twitter. [10]
  • A trailer for the movie will be released on July 19th, 2019 during the Steven Universe panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

Artbook

An artbook, The Art of Steven Universe: The Movie, published by Dark Horse, will be made by Ryan Sands and Rebecca Sugar and released alongside the premiere of the movie. It can be pre-ordered through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, DarkHorse.com, and at your local comic shop. This unique, 96-page zine-like softcover retails for $19.99.[11]

Videos

Trivia

  • At the end of the first airing of "Change Your Mind", the teaser trailer played revealing a part of the planned release date.
  • The brief glimpses of the Gems in the teaser shows them in their pre-regeneration outfits. This was most obvious with Garnet's shades being their original shape instead of the top of a star. This was likely done to avoid spoiling the Diamond Days arc's mass regeneration, though their appearances were not updated for the trailer shown after "Change Your Mind" first aired on Television.

References

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