Digimon is a series of American science fiction fantasy adventure action films directed by Robert Stromberg (1-4), Joseph Kosinski (5-7) and Justin Lin (8-10) based on the media franchise of the same name created by Akiyoshi Hongo and Toei Animation.
Main article: Digimon
A group of youths who gets transported to a strange dimension called the "Digital World" while they are at summer camp where they discover that they are in a land where digital creatures called "Digimon" dwell. Befriending seven of the Digimon, the youths learn that they have the ability to help their partners digitally evolve (digivolve) into stronger, powerful forms that can combat enemies for a short amount of time. Setting off on their journey, the youths start searching for a way home. While there, they learn that they are the "DigiDestined", chosen children with compatibilities with Digimon, and they are the only hope in destroying an evil digmon that is slowly about to consuming the Digital World.
Digimon: The Dark Network (20**)
Main article: Digimon: The Dark Network
Two years after the events of their adventure in the Digital World, The Digidestined are now gone on with their own lives to live, but somehow, they get transported back to the Digital World by Gennai when an evil Digimon plans to rule a continent in the Digital World called the Server Continent.
Digimon: The Battle for Earth (20**)
Main article: Digimon: The Battle for Earth
A year after their second adventure in the Digital World, the DigiDestined have moved on with their lives. But they recieve a message from Gennai that reveal that there's an eighth DigiDestined and that an evil Digimon named Myotismon and his army are heading to San Francisco to find him/her. They decide to find the Eighth member before Myotismon does.
Digimon: A New Digitude
Patrick Stewart, later Ewan McGregor and Christoph Waltz plays Gennai, a data-based human in the form of an old man who serves as the DigiDestined's guide in the first three films.
In The Fate of Two Worlds, Gennai regains his youthful appearance as he meets his old friend Azulongmon and is entrusted with one of his DigiCores to give to the DigiDestined in the summer. Gennai then reveals he, along with other members of his kind, have been working to remove all information gathered by goverments all around the world regarding the Digital World, to protect it from unfriendly interest. Gennai later appears, revealing to have possessed Gatomon's Tail Ring the entire time as he explains that was so she can Armor & DNA Digivolve like the others.
In Infection, he reappears, in the post credit scene, he is reveal to be the hidden secondary antagonist of the film.
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Ansel Elgort plays Tyler "Tai" Kamden as the main human protagonist of the three films of the Digimon film series.
In Digimon, Tai Kamden was the star soccer player for his school who was asked by his science teacher McDougal to be one of the counselors for a summer camp until that day it started to snow in the camp. He and others (Matt, Sora, Izzy, Mimi, Joe and T.K.) are sucked up into a portal...
Tom Cruise play Thomas Harold Norstein, the President of the United States in The Battle for Earth.
Ken Watanabe plays Satsuma Rentaro, the head of D.A.T.S. and one of the original DigiDestined that defeated Apocalymon and The Dark Masters.
Ed Helms plays Mr. Doug Fulbright, the DigiDestined's over dramatic science teacher who is also the proprietor of Camp TBA in Digimon.
In A New Digitude, he has a brief cameo appearance where his is now the head of the computer lab.
D.A.T.S. (shortened for the Digitally Advanced Tactics Service) is an internal government agency that deals with threats in cyberspace.
Sara Jean Aubrey
Emma Watson plays Dr. Sara Jean Aubrey, a I.T. computer expert and scientist for D.A.T.S. who works closely with Walsh. She is the first one to notice Myotismon arriving to earth. When Myotismon start his invasion, she joins Tai, Agumon and Kari (along with Damon and Fallon) to hide from Myotismon and his army.
Zach Woods plays Marcus Damon, a cocky and cowardly D.A.T.S. rookie agent. When Myotismon start his invasion, he joins Tai, Agumon and Kari (along with Aubrey and Fallon) to hide from Myotismon and his army.
Lena Headey play Dr. Laurel Walsh,
Liam Neeson plays George Loomis, the Vice President of the United States. He and Oliver are good friends and colleagues in politics. When he believes that Oliver is dead, he reluctantly takes the position of acting president.
Craig T. Nelson plays Charles DeWitt, the Speaker of the House of Representatives. When he is imformed about Tom Norstien is presumed dead, he becomes the acting vice president.
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Dan Aykroyd plays Ernest "Ernie" Hartman, the general manager of the KNTV television station and Hilton's conspiracy-theory obsessed boss.
Josh Charles plays Burton Walker, the lead anchorman for KNTV.
Elizabeth Mitchell plays Denise Quinn, the lead anchorwoman for KNTV.
Olivia Wilde plays Jackie Boswell, a reporter for KNTV.
Kyle Mooney plays Jeremiah Ward, Jackie's camera operator.
Josh Hamilton portrays Patrick Monaghan, Davis and June's father and Samantha's wife.
Sarah Clarke portrays Samantha Monaghan, Davis and June's mother and Patrick's wife.
Halston Sage portrays June Monaghan, Davis' older sister.
Sutton Foster portrays Felicia Hill, Cody's single mother.
J.K. Simmons portrays Christopher Hill, Cody's grandfather and Henry's father.
Elizabeth Reaser portrays Barbara Irvine, Yolei, Mona, Malcolm and Christine's mother and Louis' wife.
Victor Webster portrays Jonah Irvine, Yolei, Mona, Malcolm and Christine's father and Barbara's wife who runs a convenience store.
Gracie Dzienny portrays Mona Irvine, one of Yolei's older sister.
Calum Worthy portrays Malcolm Irvine, Yolei's older brother.
Dylan Gelula portrays Christine Irvine, one of Yolei's older sisters.
Andy Buckley portrays Daniel Ichabod, Ken's father.
Clea DuVall portrays Kelly Ichabod, Ken's mother.
Kelsey Grammer plays President Samuel Whitburne, the new President of the United States, a former U.S. Vice admiral, and a Republican politician for The Fate of Two Worlds. He fully becomes aware of Digimon and the Digital World when he is introduce to Oikawa.
Sarah Michelle Gellar plays Senator Wanda Renwick, a U.S. junior senator from California and a Democratic politician who is the first to be suspicious of Oikawa.
Ted Levine plays Lt. General Terence Reynolds, a U.S. Army general officer and the Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Nick Kroll plays Speaker Adam Chester, the corrupt Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and a affiliate to Oikawa. He serves as the hidden quaternary antagonist of the film. He helped
Jody Marie Russo
Alison Brie plays Jody Marie Russo, a self-righteous and obnoxious conservative political commentator and the host of Justice by Jody.
Russo returns in TBA
Patrick St. Esprit plays James Maguire, the current Vice President of the United States under Whitburne's presidency.
DJ Khaled makes a cameo as himself, hosting a charity concert event for the lives that were lost in the Myotismon attack
Adele makes a cameo as herself, performimg at a charity concert event for the lives that were lost in the Myotismon attack.
Conan O'Brien makes a cameo as himself, running in terror from the wild Digimon in the charity concert.
Perez Hilton makes a cameo as himself, running in terror from the wild Digimon in the charity concert.
Pat Kiernan makes a cameo as a CNN News anchor, reporting about the aftermath of the concert attack.
Gilbert Gottfried makes a cameo appearance as a conspiracy theorist, commentating on the disappearance of the wild Digimon in The Fate of Two Worlds.
Matt Lauer makes a cameo appearance as himself,
Al Roker makes a cameo appearance as himself,
Aaron Carter makes a cameo appearance as himself,
The Minor humans have small roles in the films. They appeared in one film each, and not seen again for the rest of the film.
- Leven Rambin as Bridget, a camp counselor Tai tries to impress.
- Robert Carradine as Owen Palmer, the dean of the Stockholm Royal University of Science and Technology.
- Christina Cox as Cynthia Stenson, the White House Communitcations Director who was killed by Myotismon in the beginning.
- Carly Pope as Bernadette Dunham, the White House Press Secretary who was killed by Myotismon in the beginning.
- David Harbour as Michael Carver, the National Security Advisor who was killed by Myotismon in the beginning.
- Kerris Dorsey as Gwen Norstein, Thomas and Zoe's daughter who was killed by Myotismon in the beginning.
- Michael Durrell as Maximilian Shepherd, the U.S. Governor of California.
- TBA as TBA, the United States Senior Senator from California.
- Gina Holden as the U.S. Ambassador of United Nations.
- Sarah Lind as Agent Asgley, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
- Lou Ferrigno as Agent Barric, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
- Rick Fox as Agent Wenn, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
- Nicholas Lea as Agent Jones, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
- Sophie Marceau as Colette Bouchillon, the Executive Director of UN Women.
- Charles Edwards as Victor Aitken, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
- Farah Tahir as Sahir Rashid, the President of the UN Security Council.
- Zulay Henao as Rafaela Álvares, a fashion designer and Sora's employer.
- Steven Weber as Darrell Burke, a former Goldman Sachs executive and Koenig's Republican gubernatorial opponent.
- Jill Flint as Colleen, Senator Koenig's campaign manager.
- TBA as Dr. Beagan, Joe's medical teacher.
- Elya Baskin plays the INTERPOL Secretary General.