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Cuphead is a 2018 American animated comedy film based on the run and gun indie video game of the same name. It was directed by Chad Moldenhauer and Jared Moldenhauer and written by Evan Skolnick.The Movie was Produced by the Debut of MoldenHauer Bros. Pictures and Walt Disney Animation Studios.[3]The film features the voices of E.G. Daily, Nancy Cartwright, Alana Bridgewater, Grey Griffin, Partick Stewart, Katie Soucie, Mandy Moore, and Jeremy Irons.

It was originally released in the United States on June 13, 2018.[4] The film grossed $140 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing animated film based on a video game.


  • E.G. Daily as Cuphead, the Cup-Headed protagonist.
  • Nancy Cartwright as Mugman, Cuphead's Mug-Headed Brother.
  • Alana Bridgewater as King Dice, The Secondary Antagonist of the Film.
  • Grey Griffin as Baroness Von Bon Bon, the Princess of Candy World.
  • Patrick Stewart as Elder Kettle, The Watchful eye of Cuphead and Mugman.
  • Katie Soucie as Hilda Berg, A Female that can turn into a Blimp.
  • Mandy Moore as Cala Maria, The Mermaid that can turn into a Gorgon.
  • Jeremy Irons as The Devil, The Crooky Main Antagonist of the Film, That wants Cuphead and Mugman's Souls.


Rumors about a possible Cuphead film started since the release of the game. The first attempt of bring Cuphead to the big screen, was in 2017, when The MoldenHauer Bros made a deal with Disney to make the film.

Two months before the release of the movie, in September, a short prequel entitled "Cuphead to the Movies" was installed in the Cuphead game.

The Movie was Probably because of the look of the Game, Which looked like the Walt Disney Animation Studios 30's Cartoon look.