Level Up (film)

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This is the film of Cartoon Network's Level Up, for the series see, Level Up (TV series).
Level Up
Level-Up-Cartoon-Network-Poster.jpg
Genre Fantasy/Comedy
Directed by Peter Lauer
Produced by Gideon Amir
Karen Mayeda-Vranek (co-producer)
Peter Lauer (executive producer)
Derek Guiley & David Schneiderman (co-executive producers)
Written by Derek Guiley
David Schneiderman
Screenplay by Amy Keating Rogers
Based on "Rocks" by Tom Ray & Jean Schuletz
Starring Gaelan Connell
Connor Del Rio
Jessie T. Usher
Aimee Carrero
Eric André
Music by Paul Robb
Cinematography Llyod Ahern
Editing by Scott Richter
Production company Alive & Kicking Productions
D and D Productions[1]
Turner Studios
Cartoon Network Studios
Budget $500,000
Country United States
Language English
Original channel Cartoon Network
Release date November 23, 2011 (USA)
June 8, 2012 (UK)
Running time 68 minutes
Followed by Level Up (TV series)

Level Up is a 2011 made-for-TV film from Cartoon Network Studios, created by Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman with the direction of Peter Lauer, and aired on November 23, 2011 for the United States. This film spoofed video games. Jagex and Rooster Teeth were brought in as consultants. This film is rated TV-PG-V. This movie was made as a pilot for the 2012 Cartoon Network series, Level Up. It premiered on Cartoon Network (UK & Ireland) on June 8, 2012.

Plot[edit]

Four completely different regular high school teenagers take on a dark leader named Maldark, who goes haywire by escaping from a video game and brings in havoc by bringing in various different monsters (such as Ghouls, Trolls, etc.) to the real world, and where a battle becomes released. Now the four teens must fight together for experience, take out Maldark and his minions and save the real world.

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Home media[edit]

Region 1

DVD title Aspect ratio Time length Bonus features Release date
"Level Up: The Movie"[2] 1.78:1 90 minutes A never before seen episode of Level Up titled "Wanted" and a music video from the series. May 1, 2012

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