Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters

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Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters
Directed byMatt Maiellaro
Dave Willis
Produced byMatt Maiellaro
Dave Willis
Jay Edwards
Written byMatt Maiellaro
Dave Willis
StarringDave Willis
Carey Means
Dana Snyder
Matt Maiellaro
Mike Schatz
Andy Merrill
C. Martin Croker
Distributed byFirst Look
Williams Street
Cartoon Network
Adult Swim
Warner Bros. (DVD)
Release date
April 13, 2007
Running time
87 min.
Box office$5,520,368

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters is an animated movie based on the Adult Swim program Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The movie is rated R for crude and sexual humor, violent images, and language. The movie was written and directed by the show's creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro.

Plot[change | change source]

The Aqua Teens, Carl, the Plutonians, the Cybernetic Ghost, Dr. Weird, and the Mooninites are all after the exercise machine called the Insanenoflex. Carl goes on it and gets stuck, so the Aqua Teens try to stop it with music. The plan works, but the Aqua Teens realize that the world is still in danger, and then they set out to find more about themselves. Later on the Aqua Teens find out how they were created by Dr. Weird. Also they learn that there was a fourth Aqua Teen called Chicken Bittle. Finally they learn that their father turns out to be a watermelon whose accomplice is Neil Peart of the band Rush and that their mother is a 9-layer burrito.

Cast[change | change source]

Name Character(s)
Dave Willis Carl
Dana Snyder Master Shake
Carey Means Frylock
C. Martin Croker Dr. Weird
Matt Maiellaro Cybernetic Ghost
Andy Merrill Oglethorpe
Mike Schatz Emory
mc chris MC Pee Pants
George Lowe Space Ghost
Bruce Campbell Chicken Bittle
Chris Kattan Walter Melon
Neil Peart himself
Matt Harrigan Linda
Craig Hartin Rob Goldstein

Planned sequel[change | change source]

A script for a sequel entitled Death Fighter has been written. The project was scrapped and never produced. Co-creator Dave Willis has stated he would be open to using Kickstarter to fund the project in the future.