Digimon: The Fate of Two Worlds is a Japanese-American science fiction fantasy action-adventure film based on the anime of the same name. It is directed by Theodore Melfi and produced and written by Drew Gars. This is the sequel to Digimon: The Battle for Earth and it is the fourth installment of the live action Digimon film series. It stars Ansel Elgort, Josh Hutcherson, Bella Thorne, Asa Butterfield, Liana Liberato, Robert Sheehan, Ty Sympkins, Joey King, Gary Oldman, Tom Cruise, Jennifer Garner, Ken Watanabe, Simon Pegg, Emma Watson, Samuel L. Jackson, Zach Woods, Liam Neeson, Craig T. Nelson, Abigail Spencer, Clayne Crawford, Dennis Haysbert, and Patrick Stewart.
After the defeat of Myotismon, things begin to return to normal, everyone's relieved, until one day something even stranger in the sky. It's an upsidedown image of the Digital World, showing that while the DigiDestined have been fighting Myotismon for only a few days, centuries have passed in the Digital World revealing that something is terribly wrong. The DigiDestined decide to head back to the Digital World right away to investigate and sort the problem out. Now they must face an evil that can bring forth more destruction and darkness than even Myotismon.
- Ansel Elgort as Tyler "Tai" Kamden, the leader of the DigiDestined.
- Josh Hutcherson as Matt Jordans, T.K.'s big brother and a member of the DigiDestined.
- Bella Thorne as Sora Taylor, Tai's best friend and a member of the DigiDestined.
- Asa Butterfield as Korbin "Izzy" Isaacs, a computer expert and a member of the DigiDestined.
- Liana Liberato as Mimi Thatch, a blunt and outspoken teen and a member of the DigiDestined.
- Ty Simpkins as T.K. Jordans, Matt's little brother and a member of the DigiDestined.
- Robert Sheehan as Joe Kingston, the eldest member of the DigiDestined.
- Joey King as Kari Kamden, Tai's little sister and the 8th member of the DigiDestined.
- Tom Cruise as Thomas Norstein, the President of the United States and a veteran DigiDestined.
- Jennifer Garner as Zoe Norstein, the First Lady of the United States, Tom's wife, and a veteran DigiDestined.
- Ken Watanabe as Satsuma Rentarō, the head of D.A.T.S. and a veteran DigiDestined.
- Simon Pegg as Cedric Fallon, an astrophysicist who helped the DigiDestined in the Myotismon attack.
- Emma Watson as Sara Jean Aubrey, a D.A.T.S. scientist who works closely with Rentarō.
- Samuel L. Jackson as Colonel Quincey Miles, USA, a United States Army officer from the California National Guard who accompanies the DigiDestined to the Digital World expedition.
- Zach Woods as Louis Mayden, a D.A.T.S. agent.
- J.R. Bourne as Sullivan "Sully" Kamden, Tai and Kari's father and Yudelle's husband.
- Tracy Middendorf as Yudelia "Delia" Kamden, Tai and Kari's mother and Sully's wife.
- Josh Hopkins as Hilton Jordans, a news producer for KNTV and Matt and T.K.'s father.
- Kathleen Rose Perkins as Nancy Tanner, Matt and T.K.'s mother and Hilton's ex-wife.
- Robin Tunney as Tonya Taylor, Sora's mother.
- Sasha Alexander as Katherine Isaacs, Mason's wife and Izzy's adopted mother.
- Matt Passmore as Mason Isaacs, Katherine's husband and Izzy's adopted father.
- Michael Trucco as Kenneth Thatch, Savannah's husband and Mimi's father.
- Caroline Dhavernas as Savannah Thatch, Kenneth's wife and Mimi's mother.
- David Henrie as Jim Kingston, Joe's older brother.
- Liam Neeson as George Loomis, the Vice President of the United States.
- Craig T. Nelson as Charles DeWitt, the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
- Abigail Spencer as Dr. Elaine Wyatt, an archaeologist hired by the U.S. government for the Digital World expedition.
- Clayne Crawford as Master Sergeant Justin Laird, USA, a United States Air Force officer who serves as Miles' right-hand man in the Digital World expedition.
- Elizabeth Marvel as Felicia Ganterity, the Director of the U.S. Secret Service.
- David Harbour as Jack Cranston, the U.S. Secretary of Defense.
- Michael Ironside as Lieutenant General Carter Abrahams, USA, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
- Dennis Haysbert as Patrick Thanton, the Administrator of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
- Bill Camp as Otis Beach, the director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
- Edi Gathegi as Dr. Fitzhugh Tranks, a geologist recruited by the U.S. government for the Digital World expedition.
- David Costabile as Dr. Brett Calvin, a biologist recruited by the U.S. government for the Digital World expedition.
- Adrian Pasdar as Agent Cainman, a Secret Service Special Agent-in-Charge who heads President Norstein's security detail.
- Bill Smitrovich as Simon Collins, the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security.
- Maximiliano Hernández as Leonard Ortiz, the White House Chief of Staff.
- Diane Neal as Margret Simmons, the Director of National Intelligence.
- Janel Moloney as Leslie Ross, the U.S. National Security Advisor.
- Richard Gant as Major General Kendall Parkins, USMC, the director of U.S. Cyber Command.
- David Andrews as General Thurston Price, USAF, the Director of the National Security Agency.
- Athena Karkanis as Nina Kenton, the White House Press Secretary.
- Jocko Sims as Officer Lyleston, a USN, a U.S. Navy Master Chief Petty Officer and a member of the Digital World expedition team.
- Danielle Savre as Sergeant Adkins, a USAF U.S. Air Force technical sergeant and a member of the Digital World expedition team.
- Travis Van Winkle as Sergeant DeBoss, a USMC U.S. Marine Corps gunnery sergeant and a member of the Digital World expedition team.
- Will Rothhaar as Sergeant Wailing, USA, a U.S. Army sergeant and a member of the Digital World expedition team.
- Tom Fahn voices Agumon, Tai's Digimon partner.
- - Spencer Wilding as WarGreymon (motion capture performer)
- Kirk Thornton voices Gabumon, Matt's Digimon partner.
- Tifanie Christun voices Biyomon, Sora's Digimon partner.
- Jeff Nimoy voices Tentomon, Izzy's Digimon partner.
- Anna Garduno voices Palmon, Mimi's Digimon partner.
- R. Martin Klein voicesGomamon, Joe's Digimon partner.
- Laura Summer voices Patamon, T.K.'s Digimon partner.
- Edie Birman voices Gatomon, Kari's Digimon partner.
The Dark Masters
- Terence Stamp as Apocalymon (make-up and motion capture), The creator of the Dark Masters and the one who gave the DigiDestined's three original enemies. He is the hidden true main antagonist of the film.
- Gary Oldman as Piedmon, the leader of the Dark Masters. He is the secondary main antagonist of the film.
- Ken Jeong voices Puppetmon, the Dark Master of the forest. He is one of the 3 secondary antagonists of the film.
- Clancy Brown voices Machinedramon, the Dark Master of the digital cities. He is one of the 3 secondary antagonists of the film.
- Woody Harrelson voices MetalSeadramon, the Dark Master of the digital ocean. He is one of the 3 secondary antagonists of the film.
- Ray Wise voices Cherrymon, a Vegetation Digimon who works for Puppetmon.
- John DiMaggio voices Warmonzamon, one of Machinedramon's henchmen; Garbagemon, Puppetmon's minions.
- Monique Ganderton as LadyDevimon, Piedmon's personal bodyguard and an extremely dangerous Digimon of the Ultimate level.
- Rob Paulson voices Scorpiomon, a minion of MetalSeadramon
- - Divermon, MetalSeadramon's "Deep Savers" army.
Other Digital World Characters
- Patrick Stewart as Gennai, the DigiDestined's guide to the Digital World.
- Ron Perlman voices Leomon, the protector of File Island.
- - Douglas Tait as Leomon (motion capture)
- Djimon Hounsou voices Orgemon, Leomon's former rival.
- - Derek Mears as Ogremon (motion capture)
- Manu Bennett as Andromon, an android-like Digimon.
- John Goodman voices Whamon, a sea animal Digimon.
- Neil Patrick Harris voices Piximon, a Digimon trainer.
- Seth Rogen voices Elecmon, The caretaker of Primary Village.
- Falk Hentschel as Centaruman (makeup and motion capture), the guardian of a temple which was built in honor of the DigiDestined.
- Patton Oswald as Frigimon, who met the DigiDestined on File Island.
- Doug Erholtz voices Sukamon, a mutant-type champion Digimon.
- Dave Mallow voices Chuumon, a beast-type rookie Digimon.
- TBA as Homeostasis, a digital lifeform, and one of the host computers who rules over the Digital World.
- Frank Welker as various Digimon voices
- Tom Kenny as various Digimon voices
- 165 minutes long.
- The film is rated PG-13 for action violence and language.
- The film is distributed by Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures, while being produced by Saban Films and Toei Company.