Pretty Cure All Stars
|Pretty Cure All Stars|
(PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu0)
|Pretty Cure: Zenin ShūGo! Dream Festival|
|Genre||Beat 'em up|
|Released||October 30, 2008|
|Pretty Cure All Stars DX: Minna Tomodachi— Kiseki no Zenin Daishūgō|
|Directed by||Takashi Otsuka|
|Written by||Kou Murayama|
|Released||March 20, 2009|
|Pretty Cure All Stars DX2: Kibō no Hikari— Rainbow Jewel o Mamore!|
|Directed by||Takashi Otsuka|
|Written by||Isao Murayama|
|Released||March 20, 2010|
|Pretty Cure All-Stars DX3 Mirai ni Todoke! Sekai o Tsunagu Niji-Iro no Hana|
|Directed by||Takashi Otsuka|
|Written by||Isao Murayama|
|Released||March 19, 2011|
|Pretty Cure All-Stars DX: 3D Theatre|
|Released||August 5, 2011|
|Pretty Cure All-Stars New Stage: Mirai no Tomodachi|
|Directed by||Junji Shimizu|
|Released||March 17, 2012|
|Pretty Cure All-Stars New Stage 2: Kokoro no Tomodachi|
|Directed by||Kouji Ogawa|
|Written by||Yoshimi Narita|
|Released||March 16, 2013|
|Pretty Cure All Stars: Zenin Shūgō☆Let's Dance|
|Developer||Namco Bandai Games|
|Publisher||Namco Bandai Games|
|Released||March 28, 2013|
|Pretty Cure All-Stars New Stage 3: Eien no Tomodachi|
|Directed by||Kouji Ogawa|
|Written by||Yoshimi Narita|
|Music by||Yasuharu Takanashi|
|Released||March 15, 2014|
|Pretty Cure All Stars: Carnival of Spring♪|
|Directed by||Junji Shimizu|
|Written by||Mio Inoue|
|Music by||Yasuharu Takanashi|
|Released||March 14, 2015|
|Pretty Cure All Stars: Everyone Singing♪ The Miracle Magic!|
|Released||March 19, 2016|
Pretty Cure All Stars (プリキュアオールスターズ PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu) or PreCure All Stars is a series of Japanese anime films produced by Toei Animation based on Izumi Todo's Pretty Cure anime television franchise. Each movie features a storyline which crosses over characters from all the Pretty Cure anime series to date. As of March 2016, there are currently eight main films in the series.
- 1 Common elements
- 2 Movies
- 2.1 DX series
- 2.2 New Stage series
- 2.3 Pretty Cure All Stars: Carnival of Spring♪
- 2.4 Pretty Cure All Stars: Singing with Everyone♪ Miraculous Magic!
- 2.5 Pretty Cure Dream Stars!
- 2.6 Pretty Cure Super Stars!
- 2.7 Hugtto! PreCure Futari wa Pretty Cure: All Stars Memories
- 2.8 Pretty Cure Miracle Universe
- 2.9 Short Movies
- 3 Movie-exclusive characters
- 4 Video games
- 5 Box Office
- 6 See also
- 7 References
- 8 External links
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- In each movie, which is generally released shortly after a new Pretty Cure television series premieres, the most recent sets of Pretty Cures will often act as the main protagonists of the crossover. In the opening scenes of each movie, a running gag occurs, in which that all of the most recent sets of Pretty Cures bump into each other by accident; however, this excludes Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 2: Friends of the Heart. On top of that, all fairies of all Pretty Cure teams know each other as friends.
- With the exception of Carnival of Spiring, each movie to date makes the use of Miracle Lights, a small flashlight handed out to audience members during screenings, with the finale encouraging viewers to wave their lights to support the PreCures in defeating the main antagonist. The films often have a short segment instructing children on how to use their lights safely. These lights have also been made available for certain movies based on the individual series.
Pretty Cure All Stars DX: Everyone's Friends☆the Collection of Miracles!
Pretty Cure All Stars DX: Everyone's Friends☆the Collection of Miracles! (プリキュアオールスターズDX みんなともだちっ☆奇跡の全員大集合! PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu Dirakkusu: Minna Tomodachi☆Kiseki no Zenin Daishūgō) is the first crossover movie in the Pretty Cure series, released on March 20, 2009. It features all the Pretty Cures from Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart, Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star, Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo! and Fresh Pretty Cure!.
As Love, Miki and Inori head to a dance contest in Minato Mirai 21 from Yokohama with Tart and Chiffon, they are attacked by a strange being known as Fusion, though it disappears shortly after. As Chiffon suddenly goes missing, Tart goes to a meeting with the other fairies, which are then attacked by Fusion. As the fairies go to warn the other Pretty Cures, they engage with battles against Fusion, who leaves after absorbing their most powerful attacks. Having become more powerful, Fusion attacks the Fresh Pretty Cure again and attempts to absorb them, but they are saved by the arrival of the other Pretty Cures who meet each other for the first time. The Cures struggle in battle but are saved by the arrival of Chiffon, who delivers the Rainbow Miracle Lights, allowing the fairies to power up the Cures so they can defeat Fusion.
The opening theme is "Twinkle Cute! Pretty Cure All Together♪" (キラキラkawaii!プリキュア大集合♪ Kirakira Kawaii! Purikyua Dai Shugo♪) by Mayumi Gojo whilst the ending theme is "PreCure, Miracle Deluxe" (プリキュア、奇跡デラックス Purikyua, Kiseki Dirakkusu) by Mayu Kudou with Cure Deluxe.
Pretty Cure All Stars DX2: Light of Hope☆Protect the Rainbow Jewel!
Pretty Cure All Stars DX2: Light of Hope☆Protect the Rainbow Jewel! (プリキュアオールスターズDX2 希望の光☆レインボージュエルを守れ！ PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu Dirakkusu Tsū: Kibō no Hikari☆Reinbō Jueru wo Mamore!) is the second in the crossover series, released on March 20, 2010, and stars all the Cures from the previous series, with the addition of those introduced in HeartCatch PreCure!
Once every thousand years, a mystical gem known as the Rainbow Jewel appears, bringing with it a magical amusement park known as Fairy Park. Tsubomi and Erika receive invitations to the park, where they meet up with Love and the other Cures. However, the Rainbow Jewel is targeted by a beast known as Bottom, who revives several of the Cures' worst enemies in order to capture it. After becoming separated into the depths of the park, Tsubomi and Erika must strive to unite the Cures and stop Bottom before the Rainbow Jewel can reveal itself and Bottom can obtain its power.
The opening theme is "Twinkle Cute! Pretty Cure All Together♪ ~The Light of Hope~" (キラキラkawaii!プリキュア大集合♪〜キボウの光〜 Kirakira Kawaii! Purikyua Dai Shugo♪ ~Kibō no Hikari~) performed by Aya Ikeda, whilst the ending theme is "17 Jewels - PreCure Medley 2010" (17jewels 〜プリキュアメドレー2010〜 17jewels ~Purikyua Medorē 2010~), a medley of the series opening themes, performed by Aya Ikeda and Mayu Kudou.
Pretty Cure All Stars DX3: Deliver the Future! The Rainbow-Colored Flower That Connects the World
Pretty Cure All Stars DX3: Deliver the Future! The Rainbow-Colored Flower That Connects the World (プリキュアオールスターズDX3 未来にとどけ！世界をつなぐ☆虹色の花 Ōru Sutāzu Dirakkusu Surī: Mirai ni Todoke! Sekai o Tsunagu Niji-Iro no Hana) is the third movie in the series, released on March 19, 2011, starring all the Cures from the previous series, including those introduced in Suite PreCure, as well as various villains featured in previous Pretty Cure movies and the last planned title in the DX series. The theatrical release was edited in parts as a result of the 2011 Sendai earthquake and tsunami which occurred before the movie was due to be released. The movie was later released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on July 20, 2011, with the deleted scenes restored.
As Hibiki and Kanade end up meeting the other Cures, who were holding a fashion show at a flower mall, they soon find that their world and the various worlds of the Fairies have merged as a result of someone tampering with the Prism Flower, which links the worlds of humans and fairies. The culprit is soon revealed to be a group of villains revived by an evil force known as Black Hole, who is ultimately responsible for the creation of Fusion and Bottom. Whilst targeting the Prism Flower, the Cures are scattered by the villains into 3 respective battlefields, and recombined into 3 separate, respective teams, where they face off against their opponents. At first, they struggle to get themselves familiarized with their new settings, but eventually, they manage to overcome all of their trials, as they use their teamwork and strategies in order to defeat their foes. After managing to break free from these fields and defeating the revived villains, the Cures are overpowered by Black Hole, losing their transformation powers in the process. They are given the chance to transform again, but it would mean the sacrifice of the Prism Flower, meaning the Cures and Fairies would have to become separated. Reluctantly, the Cures say their goodbyes and use the Prism Flower's power to defeat Black Hole. Thankfully, a new Prism Flower soon blooms, and the fairies are soon reunited with their friends.
The opening theme is "Twinkle Cute! Pretty Cure All Together♪ ~The Flower of Life~" (キラキラkawaii!プリキュア大集合♪〜いのちの花〜 Kirakira Kawaii! Purikyua Dai Shugo♪ ~Inochi no Hana~) performed by Mayu Kudou whilst the ending theme is "Many Thank Yous" (ありがとうがいっぱい Arigatou ga Ippai) by Mayumi Gojo, Yuko Uchida, Mayu Kudou, Kanako Miyamoto, Mizuki Moie, Momoko Hayashi and Aya Ikeda with the 21 Pretty Cures.
New Stage series
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage: Friends of the Future
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage: Friends of the Future (プリキュアオールスターズ New Stage みらいのともだち PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu Nyū Sutēji: Mirai no Tomodachi) is the fourth theatrical crossover film in the Pretty Cure series, which was released in Japanese theatres on March 17, 2012, starring all the Cures from the previous series, including those introduced in Smile PreCure!/Glitter Force, and a movie exclusive Pretty Cure. The film was released on DVD and BD on July 18, 2012 and was aired as part of TV Asahi's Super Hero and Heroine Summer Vacation special on August 25, 2013.
In Yokohama, Fusion reappears once again to threaten the city with great calamity and chaos, but the Pretty Cures once again assemble to defeat him, scattering its parts across the city. Meanwhile, a girl named Ayumi Sakagami, who admires the Pretty Cures and witnesses their battle against Fusion, is having problems of making friends at her new school. On her way back from school, Ayumi encounters a small creature, which unbeknownst to her is actually a fragment of Fusion, and decides to name it "Fū-chan" (played by Sea Kumada) and become friends with it. Meanwhile, as the fairies discover that the loose fragments are looking to recombine, the Pretty Cures are tasked with finding the other fragments of Fusion in order to stop them recombining, during which Miyuki encounters the Suite Pretty Cures and helps them defeat one of the fragments. As Fū-chan starts to grow bigger and becomes aware of Ayumi's troubles, he vows revenge on anyone who would make Ayumi suffer, absorbing power from the Smile PreCures to become bigger and more powerful. As the Suite Pretty Cures arrive to assist them, Ayumi stops them, not wanting Fū-chan to be hurt and running away with him. However, Fū-chan soon absorbs Ayumi's mother, pledging to destroy the city, so that Ayumi's wish can be granted. As the Pretty Cures decide to help Ayumi try to get Fū-chan back to his kind self, they are soon joined by the other Cures, who help the Smile and Suite Cures accompany Ayumi to where Fū-chan is. As Ayumi is suddenly caught by Fusion's familiars and calls out her feelings to Fū-chan, she suddenly gains the power to become Cure Echo, who is then guided by the Miracle Lights to where Fū-chan is. There, she manages to rekindle her friendship with Fū-chan, who returns to his kind self. As the remaining fragments of Fusion prepare to attack Ayumi, Fū-chan sacrifices himself in order to give the Smile Pretty Cures the power to defeat its evil side. Afterwards, Ayumi grows more confident and starts making friends, especially with her fellow Pretty Cures.
The opening theme is "Pretty Cure ~Eternal Friends~" (プリキュア～永遠のともだち～ Purikyua ~Eien no Tomodachi~) performed by Mayu Kudou, the insert theme is "Friends" (ともだち Tomodachi) performed by Aya Ikeda and the ending theme is "Yay! Yay! Yay!" (イェイ！イェイ！イェイ！ Iei! Iei! Iei!) by Hitomi Yoshida (also as the first ending theme seen in Smile PreCure!).
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 2: Friends of the Heart
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 2: Friends of the Heart (プリキュアオールスターズ New Stage 2 こころのともだち PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu Nyū Sutēji Tsū: Kokoro no Tomodachi) is the fifth movie in the series, and the sequel to New Stage which was released in theaters on March 16, 2013 and on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on July 26, 2013. It features all the present Cures including those introduced in DokiDoki! PreCure/Glitter Force: Doki Doki.
In a far off school called Fairy Academy, where Tarte is giving a lecture about the Pretty Cure, a rowdy fairy named Grell and a shy fairy named En-En are called towards a forbidden tree, where a being taking the form of Grell's Shadow, who takes interest in hearing that the Cures are simply normal girls if they can't transform and convinces Grell he would be famous if he could obtain their transformation items. Shortly afterwards, the Cures receive invitations to come to Fairy Academy for a party. Meanwhile, Mana, Rikka, Alice and Makoto receive a call from Miyuki and Candy informing them of the party, inviting them to come along as well. Meanwhile, at Fairy Academy, Shadow coerces Grell into capturing the Cures' fairy partners and transformation items, leaving them defenseless against attacking shadow monsters. After most of the Cures are defeated in this manner, Shadow turns his attention towards the Smile PreCures, using a PreCure guidebook to counter their every move and steal their Smile Pacts before imprisoning them in statues like the others. As En-En laments helping Shadow, Miyuki tells him not to worry and asks him to seek out help from the Doki Doki PreCures before being encapsulated herself. With assumedly no more Cures in his way, Shadow reveals his true intentions to destroy the academy and imprison all of its students, much to Grell's shock. Grell and En-En manage to find the DokiDoki PreCures and ask for their help in stopping Shadow. As the Cures fight Shadow's minions, Grell and En-En, assisted by Candy and Pop, manage to find the captured fairies and, with help from the fairy students who use the Miracle Lights, help return the stolen transformation items to the other Cures, allowing them to transform again and restore light to the fairy world. With support from the fairies, the Cures team up to fight against Shadow. As a last resort, Shadow combines all of his strength to become a giant spider, but he is ultimately defeated by the combined might of the Pretty Cure, reduced to his original size in the process. Realising the error of his ways, Grell befriends his shadow, who returns to his rightful place. As Grell and En-En become determined to become Precure fairies, the Cures help repair the academy before having a proper party.
The opening theme is "Pretty Cure ~Eternal Friends~ (2013 Version)" (プリキュア～永遠のともだち～ (2013 Version) Purikyua ~Eien no Tomodachi~ (2013 Version)) performed by Mayu Kudou, Tomoyo Kurosawa and Hitomi Yoshida, the insert theme is "Everyone Friends" (みんなともだち Minna Tomodachi) by Tomoyo Kurosawa and Hitomi Yoshida, and the ending theme is "Beyond the Sky" (この空の向こう Kono Sora no Mukō) by Hitomi Yoshida (also known as You and I).
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends (映画 プリキュアオールスターズ New Stage ３ 永遠のともだち Eiga Purikyua Ōru Sutāzu Nyū Sutēji Surī: Eien no Tomodachi) is the franchise's sixth crossover film and the last planned title in the New Stage series, featuring the Cures introduced in HappinessCharge PreCure!. The film was released in Japanese theaters on March 15, 2014 and on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on July 25, 2014. This film celebrates the 10th anniversary of Pretty Cure franchise since 2004.
En-En and Grell are tasked by the Fairy Academy's principal to gather up information on the Happiness Charge Pretty Cure, getting in contact with Mana and the others to arrange a meeting. Approached by the fairy, Ribbon, the girls learn that Megumi, along with several other children, has ended up in a mysterious sleep, with the guardian Blue believing a fairy's power is at work. With Blue's help, the Cures, along with Megumi's partner Hime, enter the world inside Megumi's dreams, where they encounter Yumeta, a dream-eater fairy friend of Grell and En-En's. Just as the girls realize all the children in this world are those who had fallen into comas, Yumeta's mother, Maamu, appears before them, stating her determination to protect Yumeta, and forces them outside of the dream world before using the Pretty Cure guidebook to ensnare all of the other Cures, trapping them inside their dreams. Being the only ones unaffected, Megumi and Hime infiltrate the dream world with Grell and En-En to confront Maamu, only to wind up getting captured. Yumeta explains Maamu had been trapping children inside the dream world so they wouldn't leave and forget about him upon waking up, leaving them with the key to escape. Showing Yumeta the dreams the other Cures are having, the girls show him that the important thing about having dreams is to fulfil them with your own power. As Maamu sends nightmares to attack Megumi and Hime, the other Cures realize the importance of fulfilling their own goals and, with help from the power of the Miracle Lights, break free from their dreams and join the battle. Gaining courage from everyone's words, Yumeta stands up to his mother and becomes a true dream-eater, showing Maamu the error of her ways. With Maamu too weak to overcome the nightmares she let loose, Yumeta joins the fight in her stead, giving the Cures the power to defeat the nightmares. The nightmares soon gather into a giant nightmare, which turns its attention towards the fairy. However, Grell and En-En's Miracle Lights call forth Ayumi, who becomes their partner and once again becomes Cure Echo who, along with Cure Honey, help the Cures to defeat the nightmare, allowing the children to wake up again. As Yumeta aims to become a great dream-eater like his mother, Grell and En-En write about him in the Pretty Cure guidebook so he won't be forgotten.
The opening theme is "Pretty Cure -Eternal Friends- (2014 version)" (プリキュア～永遠のともだち～ (2014 Version) Purikyua ~Eien no Tomodachi~ (2014 Version)) by Mayu Kudou, Hitomi Nabatame, and Megumi Nakajima, whilst the ending theme is "PreCure Memory (NewStage3 version)" (プリキュア・メモリ(NewStage3 Version) Purikyua Memori (NewStage3 version)) by Yōko Honna, Orie Kimoto, Yuuko Sanpei, Kanae Oki, Nana Mizuki, Ami Koshimizu, Misato Fukuen, Hitomi Nabatame, and Megumi Nakajima.
Pretty Cure All Stars: Carnival of Spring♪
Pretty Cure All Stars: Carnival of Spring♪ (映画 プリキュアオールスターズ 春のカーニバル♪ Eiga Purikyua Ōru Sutāzu: Haru no Kānibaru♪) is the franchise's seventh crossover film in the series, released in 3D on March 14, 2015 and on DVD July 15, 2015. It is the first feature length Pretty Cure film to feature extended dance scenes, similar to the 2011 short film Pretty Cure All Stars DX: 3D Theatre. Like the six previous films, the film features the characters from all Pretty Cure television series, including those introduced in Go! Princess PreCure.
The Pretty Cures receive an invitation to a Spring Carnival taking place in the musical kingdom of Harmonia, unaware that a thief named Odoren has taken over the kingdom and is posing as its ruler. Upon their arrival, the Cures are asked to perform on stage to show their appreciation for the fairies, which puts pressure on Haruka, who is not good at singing in public. As each of the Pretty Cure groups perform, Odoren and his partner Utaen secretly capture their fairies and steal their transformation items. Near the end of the carnival, Odoren, having obtained everyone's items, seals them away in a chest so they can no longer transform. However, Haruka, believing in the power of song, sings alongside Minami and Kirara, awakening Dress Up Keys that frees the locked away items. Working together, the Cures fight off Odoren's minions and free the captured royal family, who reveal the festival was meant to appease a dragon who guards over Harmonia. Enraged by the festival being interrupted, the dragon awakens and unleashes its anger upon the kingdom. However, by using the keys formed from their song, the Princess PreCure use the power of all the Cures to transform into the Primevera Elegant Mode and calm down the dragon, allowing the carnival to finish.
Pretty Cure All Stars: Singing with Everyone♪ Miraculous Magic!
Pretty Cure All Stars: Singing with Everyone♪ Miraculous Magic! (映画 プリキュアオールスターズ: みんなで歌う♪奇跡の魔法! Eiga Purikyua Ōru Sutāzu: Minna de Utau♪ Kiseki no Mahō!) is the franchise's eighth, the final mainAll Stars film and the 20th film overall in the Pretty Cure franchise, featuring Cures from Maho Girls PreCure!. The musical film was released in Japan on March 19, 2016 and was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on July 20, 2016.
Mirai and Riko come across Haruka and her friends on their way to a flower viewing party. Just then, a sorceress named Solcieel uses Haruka's memories to reawaken the Princess Precure's enemy, Dyspear. As the Cures join forces to fight against Dyspear, she is suddenly dispelled by a girl's singing. Solcieel and her servant Trauuma, who plot to use Pretty Cure tears for a potion, then capture the Cures, taking them to another world. Separated from each other, Mirai comes across the HappinessCharge Precure while Riko encounters the DokiDoki Precure, helping to protect them as they are targeted by Solcieel's reincarnations of past foes, but end up getting captured alongside several other Cures. As Mirai comes across Love, Tsubomi, Hibiki, Miyuki, and Lulun, while Riko reunites with the Princess Precure, along with Cure Echo, Mofurun, Pafu, and Aroma come across the Miracle Lights that can be used to dispel evil. Struggling without their partners, Mirai and Riko come close to despairing but are encouraged by their fellow Cures to stand up and fight. Hearing the singing again, Mirai and Riko go off in search of its source, managing to reunite with each other and confront Solcieel, who has captured all the other Cures. Overcoming Solcieel's attacks, the girls learn that she was once an magician's apprentice who could never seem to get the admiration of her master before she passed away, seeking to use the Precure's tears to revive her and learn how to perform the ultimate spell. Managing to obtain one of Mirai's tears, Trauuma reveals that his true plan was never to make a resurrection potion but instead to restore himself to his true form and spread darkness all over the world. Hearing the song of Mirai and Riko despite their injuries, Solcieel sings the song taught to her by her master, which turns out to be the ultimate spell all along, healing everyone's injuries and giving power to the Cures. With the power of Solcieel's song and the Miracle Lights, the Cures combine forces and manage to defeat Trauuma. As Solcieel decides to follow her master's footsteps and become a teacher, the Cures have their long-awaited flower viewing party.
Pretty Cure Dream Stars!
Pretty Cure Dream Stars! (映画プリキュアドリームスターズ！ Eiga Purikyua Dorīmu Sutāzu!) is the ninth crossover film in the series and the film. Unlike the previous films, the series does not feature every current Pretty Cure and instead focuses on characters from Go! Princess PreCure, Maho Girls PreCure and Kirakira PreCure a la Mode. The film, which will feature an original character alongside recent Cures, was released in Japan on March 18, 2017.
Pretty Cure Super Stars!
Pretty Cure Super Stars! (映画 プリキュアスーパースターズ！ Eiga Purikyua Sūpā Sutāzu!) is the tenth crossover film in the series. Like the previous film, the series also does not feature every current Pretty Cure and instead focuses on characters from Maho Girls PreCure, Kirakira PreCure a la Mode and Hugtto! PreCure. The film, which will feature an original character alongside recent Cures, was released in Japan on March 17, 2018.
Hugtto! PreCure Futari wa Pretty Cure: All Stars Memories 
Hugtto! PreCure Futari wa Pretty Cure: All Stars Memories (映画 HUGっと!プリキュア♡ふたりはプリキュア オールスターズメモリーズ Eiga Hagutto! Purikyua ♡ Futari wa Puri Kyua Ōru Sutāzu Memorīzu) is the 25th Pretty Cure movie, as well as the 11th All Stars movie produced by Toei Animation. To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the franchise, the HUGtto! Pretty Cure team joins forces with the Futari wa Pretty Cure team, alongside the other teams as well. The movie was released in theaters on October 27th, 2018 with a theme of memories.
Pretty Cure Miracle Universe
Pretty Cure Miracle Universe (映画 プリキュアミラクルユニバース Eiga Purikyua Mirakuru Yunibāsu) is the 12th crossover film in the series. Like the previous film, the series also does not feature every current Pretty Cure and instead focuses on characters from Kirakira PreCure a la Mode, Hugtto! PreCure and Star Twinkle PreCure. The movie was released in theaters on March 16th, 2019.
Super Compilation - Pretty Cure All Stars GoGo Dream Live (ちょ〜短編 プリキュアオールスターズ GoGoドリームライブ Cho~ Tanpen - Purikyua Ōru Sutāzu GoGo Dorīmu Raibu) is a 5-minute short released with the Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo movie DVD, featuring the cures from Max Heart, Splash Star and Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo series working together to fight off a mysterious enemy. Ultimately, this has led to the establishment of Pretty Cure All Stars series today.
Pretty Cure All Stars DX: 3D Theatre (プリキュアオールスターズDX 3Dシアター PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu Dirakkusu: Surī Dī Shiatā) is a 14-minute dance special shown in stereoscopic 3D, featuring a medley of songs from the series and movies, released on August 5, 2011. It consists all the cures from Cure Black to Cure Beat.
Everyone Gather! Pretty Cure festival: Pretty Cure ON Miracle ♡ Magical ☆ stage (みんなあつまれ!プリキュアフェスティバル プリキュア ON ミラクル♡マジカル☆ステージ Minna Atsumare! Purikyua Fesutibaru Purikyua on Mirakuru ♡ Majikaru ☆ Sutēji) is a 3D Experience which is shown in Japanese Theaters between 2016 and 2017.
- Fusion (フュージョン Fyūjon) / Fuu-chan (フーちゃん Fū-chan)
- Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu (DX and New Stage), Sea Kumada (New Stage)
- Bottom (ボトム Botomu)
- Voiced by: Kiyoyuki Yanada
- Black Hole (ブラックホール Burakku Hōru)
- Voiced by: Kōichi Yamadera
- Ayumi Sakagami (坂上あゆみ Sakagami Ayumi) / Cure Echo (キュアエコー Kyua Ekō)
- Voiced by: Mamiko Noto
- Grell (グレル Gureru)
- Voiced by: Rikako Aikawa
- En-En (エンエン Enen)
- Voiced by: Sakiko Tamagawa
- Shadow (影 Kage)
- Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto
- Nami (奈美 Nami)
- Voiced by: Ayame Goriki
- Yumeta (ユメタ Yumeta)
- Voiced by: Konami Yoshida
- Maamu (マアム Māmu)
- Voiced by: Fumi Hirano
- Nightmare Beasts (悪夢獣 Akumujū)
- Voiced by: Masako Nozawa, Masami Kikuchi (Final Form)
- Odoren (オドレン Odoren)
- Voiced by: Atsuhiko Nakata
- Utaen (ウタエン Utaen)
- Voiced by: Shingo Fujimori
- Haruna (ハルナ Haruna)
- Voiced by: Haruna Iikubo
- Ayumi (アユミ Ayumi)
- Voiced by: Ayumi Ishida
- Sakura (サクラ Sakura)
- Voiced by: Sakura Oda
- Solcieel (ソルシエール Sorushiēru)
- Voiced by: Seiko Niizuma, Karin Furuichi (junior)
- Trauuma (トラウーマ Toraūma)
- Voiced by: Koji Yamamoto
Certain video games in the Pretty Cure franchise produced by Bandai also feature cross-overs. Data Carddass arcade machines based on the franchise have been released since 2007, allowing players to use collectible cards. These machines are updated as new series are released. Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go: Let's Go Together! Dream Festival (Yes！プリキュア5GoGo！ 全員しゅーGo!ドリームフェスティバル Iesu! PuriKyua Faibu GoGō!: Zenin ShūGo! Dorīmu Fesutibaru), released for Nintendo DS on October 30, 2008, is a side-scrolling beat 'em up featuring characters from Max Heart, Splash Star and Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo. PreCure All Stars: All Together☆Let's Dance (プリキュアオールスターズ ぜんいんしゅうごう☆レッツダンス！ PuriKyua Ōru Sutāzu: Zenin Shūgo☆Rettsu Dansu!) is a music game released for the Wii on March 28, 2013. The game allows players to dance to theme songs from all of the Pretty Cure series up to Dokidoki! PreCure.
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 2: Friends of the Heart grossed US$10.1 million. By April 20, 2014, Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends had grossed US$8,526,335 in Japan. Pretty Cure All Stars: Spring Carnival♪ grossed $1,073,800 on its opening weekend.
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