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      • It is planned to be released in September 24th, 2020 for the USA. This film is also a part of the BCU (Baldi336 Cinematic Universe). The film was a success at the box office, It is one of the highest grossing animated films of all time. So Disney decided to make a franchise with a TV show, and a video game.
  1. However, this changes when Fox wins big on the lottery, and Max becomes friendlier and helps to reinvent Fox. But, in fact, Max and his friends are slyly trying to swindle him out of his new fortune.

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  2. Out of a Job, Fox wins the 500,000 DM lottery and finds a new group of friends who pounce on the oppertunity to swindle him out of his winnings. His new b/f selects the apartment and furniture, purchased from the b/f's friends gallery; new clothes, a trip to Morocco, and a loan to the b/f's parents failing business drain poor Fox'es wealth.

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  3. Out of a Job, Fox wins the 500,000 DM lottery and finds a new group of friends who pounce on the oppertunity to swindle him out of his winnings. His new b/f selects the apartment and furniture, purchased from the b/f's friends gallery; new clothes, a trip to Morocco, and a loan to the b/f's parents failing business drain poor Fox'es wealth.

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  4. Fox, a former circus performer, wins the lottery of DM 500,000 and can now have the life and things that he has always wanted. While he wants to climb up the social ladder, it isn't without turmoil, and being torn between his old working class roots, and the shiny new facade of middle class consciousness.

  5. In "Fox and His Friends" (1975) which Rainer Werner Fassbinder wrote and directed, he played a main character, Franz Bieberkopf alias "Fox", a lower class, uneducated circus worker who loses his job when his lover, the circus owner is arrested and sent to prison for tax fraud.

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    Long ago, there was once two races known as humans and monsters lived in harmony, until one day when both races broke together and start the war known as the Great War against each other. After a 10-year battle, the humans won and sealed all monsters in the mountain known as Mount Ebott. However, as time went on, the story was soon erased by mankind, turning it into just a myth, than a historical event. Many years later in Magnolia City, 2 young humans appear as the main protagonists, Frisk, an orphan, and Leon, a loner, who decide to go on a school field trip to Mount Ebott together. When they arrive however, they are chased by the school's bully Samuel. They go inside the mountain to hide from him, but in the process, they get caved in. However, a red light emerges out of nowhere, and it seems to take shape into a heart. They chase the light a few times before Frisk grabs it, but then, the ground beneath them starts to shake, and it eventually collapses, causing them to fall. When...


    1. Kathryn Newton as Frisk Dreemurr-An orphan who doesn't know her parents. Is adopted by Toriel and Asgore. 2. Ezra Miller as Leon Porter-Frisk's only friend who became friends when she was 5. 3. Melissa Benoist as Betty Porter-Leon's mom who is a stressed parent after her husband split up 2 years ago. 4. Ralph Macchio as Mr. Reid-Leon and Frisk's teacher in Flower Creek High School.


    1. Christian Bale as Flowey the Flower-A talking flower and appear as the central antagonist of the movie. 2. Jessica Chastain as Toriel Dreemurr-A caring mother that was the former queen of the underground, now the caretaker of the ruins. 3. Vin Diesel as Sans the Skeleton-A talking skeleton that he only like to make puns at his brother, which he can help Frisk. 4. Simon Pegg as Papyrus-The younger brother of Sans, he wants to capture Frisk so he can become a member of the Royal Guard. 5. Ra...


    In September 15 2021, the day of Undertale's anniversary, Fox expressed his thoughts on making a TV show and movie based on his game, plus the publishing rights for future games. In October 8, it was announced that Sony had acquired these live-action adaptations from Fox, with James Wan set to produce. Additional reports also said that Wan was supposed to direct as well, but Fox denied these claims. By December, it was announced that Phil Lord and Christopher Miller would develop the film, as...


    On October 10 2021, it was announced that Geneva Robertson-Dworet had been set to write the film, based on the improvised story written by Fox and Lord. Dworet wanted to write a film that would appease fans of the source material while changing things up a little. For example, Dworet decided to add Leon into the film, even though the character wasn't part of the original game. Dworet said that Leon was added because Frisk doesn't talk that much, and that's she's shy, so she has someone to hel...


    Casting directors Sarah Halley Finn and Douglas Aibel wanted actors to capture the motivations, traits, and emotions of the game's signature characters. For Toriel, thousands of actresses auditioned for the role. Emily Blunt, Marissa Tomei, and Uzo Aduba all auditioned for the role, but the role was given to Jessica Chastain. Papyrus was a hard one, as his canon voice resembles something like Skeletor. The casting directors considering having either Tony Hale or Alan Tudyk (who was cast as Je...


    The movie had it's premiere at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in September 2, 2028. It later then had it's Tokyo premiere in October 20 and it's worldwide premiere in Boston in October 21. Sony and Legendary made up a campaign that would please fans and build hype for the movie. The campaign included merchandise by iam8bit, an art gallery hosted at the Louvre, and an cook book on how to make the movie's signature foods. In February 7, 2027, Hatchet Book Group released a nove...

    Home media

    Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released the movie on DVD and Blu-ray on April 20, 2029. The discs included behind-the-scenes footage with the cast, promotional shots, deleted scenes, and the theatrical trailer.

    Box office

    Undertale grossed $137 million in the United States and Canada and $285.6 million in other territories for a worldwide gross of $422.6 million. Made on a production budget of $98 million, with $44.5 million more spent on global marketing costs, the film needed to make at least $200-300 million worldwide in order to break-even.

    Critical response

    Undertale has received generally positive reviews, with praise towards to the film's casting, animation, screenplay, musical score, and faithfulness to Toby Fox's video game. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a rating of 87%, based on 329 reviews, and an average rating of 7.5/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "A video game adaptation done right, Undertale brings it all in with it's animation, cast, writing, and faithfulness to the original game." On Metacritic, it had "69/100" rating of...


    Two sequels were made after the commercial success of the movie, Undertale: Genocide and Deltarune, both received very decent reviews and sold very well, but not as much as it's predecessor.

    TV series

    An animated series was announced shortly after the release of the movie, with French animation studio Studio La Cachette providing the animation, Lord, Miller, Wan, and Pascal serving as executive producers, and animator duo Alex Hirsch and Dana Terrance serving as developers. It premiered on Netflix on January 12, 2029.

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