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Well my fellows, someday we're gonna see that castle in the sky.
~ Edd in the trailers


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Ed, Edd n Eddy the Movie: The Ed-Touchables
Directed by Danny Antonucci
Produced by Daniel Sioui Ruth Vincent
Written by
Screenplay by
Story by
Based on Ed, Edd n Eddy
by Danny Antonucci
Starring Tony Sampson
Samuel Vincent
Matt Hill
Haven Paschall
Rebecca Soler
Marc Swint
Johnny Yong Bosch
Rachael MacFarlane
Courtney Cox
Tim Curry
Music by Patric Caird
Cinematography Tout Le Monde
Editing by Ken Cathro
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Distributor Warner Bros. Television
Cartoon Network
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Language English
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Ed, Edd n Eddy the Movie: The Ed-Touchables is the 2019 Canadian-American animated adventure film based on the animated series Ed, Edd n Eddy. It was produced by a.k.a. Cartoon and premiered on Cartoon Network in the United States, and Teletoon in Canada on January 4, 2019. It sets up an alternate continuity to the main series, the first installment of Danny Antonucci's Cinematic Ed-iverse,  the first reboot film in the series and acts as a loose retelling of the episode with the same name, released to commemorate the the series' twentieth anniversary. The film was directed by series creator Danny Antonucci, who co-wrote the film with Jono Howard, Mike Kubat, Rachel Connor, and Stacy Warnick.

Summary

The Eds are the three best friends who live in a suburban cul-de-sac in the fictional town of Peach Creek. Under the unofficial leadership of Eddy, the trio frequently invent schemes to make money from their peers to purchase their favorite confectionery, jawbreakers.

While enjoying their jawbreakers, the tire is trapped in down a hill, knocking the three over. The jawbreakers fly out of their mouths and roll down the street, leaving the Eds to chase after them into the sunset until they sees an mysterious girl falling from the sky.

Three teenagers Jake, Verity and Tony join The Eds on their journey to take the girl back to the castle in the sky. When they near their goal, the arrogant millitary leader known as Colonel Wilson—Verity's foster father—stands in their way! Can The Eds defeat him and take the girl back home as they promised, or will their journey end here?

Story

"Oh, Brother! Hold on to your Jawbreakers because Ed, Edd n Eddy are back this October. As the honor of the 20th anniversary! This time, this movie goes back in time to the first episode, The Eds sets off on the new adventure to take the girl back to a kingdom in the sky!"


After chasing the jawbreakers, Ed, Edd and Eddy sees a mysterious girl falling out of the sky named Princess Melissa who is wanted by millitary agent. Now The Eds, along with their new friends, Jake, Verity and Tony travels across the country to attempt to keep the magic crystalfrom a group of military agents, while searching for a legendary floating castle."


Plot

Inside Edd's house, Edd is running around labeling stuff. He has pretty much labeled everything in his room when the doorbell rings. Upon rushing down to get it, he finds nobody there, so he starts back up the stairs, whereupon the doorbell rings again. Once again, there is nobody at the door, so Edd tests the doorbell to make sure it is not malfunctioning. When it works correctly, he shuts the door and heads upstairs again, but the doorbell rings once more. When he opens it, he expects nobody to be there, and is about to break into a lecture when a bucket filled with water lands on his head. Annoyed, Edd shuts the door and heads upstairs, but the doorbell rings again. This time, Edd is prepared to look up to make sure nothing falls on him, and is therefore quite surprised when a fish hits him from beneath his chin. Soggy and stinky, Edd heads upstairs again, and of course, the doorbell rings. This time, when he answers it, he finds Eddy.

Naturally, Edd lets his friend in, and soon Eddy is messing up his room. Edd yells at his friend to stop, and Eddy stops being so hyper, instead switching some of Edd's labels, which annoys Edd as well. Before Edd can complain too much, though, he finds that the piece he was going to label–his magnifying glass–is no longer there. Somebody has taken it!

Edd begins to get all melodramatic, but his friend snaps him out of it by slamming his bed over his head. Calmer, Edd accepts this and puts it out of his mind so that he and Eddy can go to Ed's place. When they get there, they find Ed watching a horror movie on his TV. Thinking quickly, Eddy suggests that they creep up and jump him, and this seems to be successful until Ed, without glancing away from the TV, grabs Eddy in a headlock and noogies him. With nothing else to do, Edd jumps in, and they get into a fun dogpile. Eddy has a jarful of coins, and he and his friends are about to go to the Candy Store for jawbreakers, and the three friends head to the candy store.

The Eds spend the final moments of the day chasing after jawbreakers that they can never seem to reach. Until they sees an unconscious girl hurtles toward them, the levitation stone emits a mysterious light slowing. The Eds decides to take her back to their home.

The next morning, the girl introduce herself as Princess Melissa, she tolds them that she is the princess of a castle in the Sky. Edd was amazed about the castle's existent. Just then,the millitary agents appeared in the cal-de-sac to find her until a girl appears and guides them through the sewers to escape from Peach Creek. She introduce herself as Verity, the Colonel's foster daughter while guiding them out of town. She introduce them to a boy named Jake, a boy with a troubled past.

They came across a boy named Tony appeared and introduced himself to the Eds as Verity's boyfriend. Edd is a huge fan of his research on dimensions. Melissa reveals to them that she's from the Castle in the Sky which Tony amazed about crystal amulet.The Eds decided to get to the castle and see the treasure which Melissa agrees to guide them. Verity loves to see the garden, Tony wants to see the Castle does exist and Jake likes to see the view of the world and head off. The group venture on with Tony studies more about the castle while Melissa fell in love with Eddy.

They felt sleepy and the Eds are dreaming where Peach Creek citizens' behaviour has changed, A strict woman named Molly has bottled the kids souls and spark, turning them into docile, obedient drones that do housework all day. Realizing something is missing, they remember to make scams for money andand wakes up to his friends, and the Amulet glows and realize they are getting close when the Wing begins to glow in the direction of the Castle in the Sky until Sergeant Mason spotted them and heading to the castle.

The next morning, the Group arrived to the trademark where the amulet beams up into the castle. The Eds and Melissa, separated from Verity, Jake and Tony, discover the city to be ruined and overgrown until they meet a kind-hearted and helpful plant named Junior, Melissa's plant who has the ability to talk and hypnotize people. Melissa shows the Eds the city's treasure. They are amazed that the treasure does exist, Melissa tells them that it's theirs for the taking until Colonel Wilson has kidnapped Verity, Jake and Tony and his soldiers plunder the city's treasures. Upon gaining entrance to the city's central sphere, a vast repository for all of Laputa's scientific knowledge. Wilson captures Melissa and his agents open fire upon the Eds, who escapes and frees the Group. In the center of the city, which contains the immense 'volucite' crystal keeping the city aloft, Wilson identifies himself as Melissa biological father, another member of the royal line, and uses Melissa's crystal to access the advanced technology. He betrays his own soldiers along Sergeant Mason and destroys the ship by unleashing the castle's weapon of mass destruction. During the mayhem, the horrified Melissa retrieves the crystal amulet and flees, but Wilson pursues her. Encountering The Eds, Melissa gives the amulet to him through a gap in the wall and is cornered by Wilson in Laputa's throne room.

During her confrontation with Wilson, Melissa explains that the people of the city left the castle because they realized that man was meant to live on earth and not in the sky. Wilson refuses her arguments and shoots until Eddy sacrificed himself, turning him into pure energy. Ed, Edd and Melissa recite a "Spell of Destruction", destroying much of the city, which breaks apart and crushes Wilson to death. Ed, Edd, Melissa, Verity, Tony and Jake arrived at the seaside until they sees Eddy is brought back, presumably through Crystal's power when Eddy is protected Melissa. They are happy that he's alive and Melissa give Eddy the treasure as a reward.

Tony leaves the group to go back to college to hand in the research on the castle to his professor. Eventually The Group split up so they can achieve their own goals: Verity to become a famous dancer like her mother, Jake heads to europe for vacation, and for Melissa to become a famous model, she gives Eddy a kiss before depart. The Eds gives them jawbreakers for the road to their dreams.The Eds decide to go home back to Peach Creek to come up for a new scam.

During the ending credits, Kevin, Rolf, Nazz, Jonny 2x4, Plank, Sarah, Jimmy, Lee, Marie, May and Eddy's Brother are seen. Verity returns home to San Diego; Tony is given an A+ for his research of the lost castle in his school; Tony arrived to europe with his classmates to party; and Melissa becomes a professonal model in Los Angeles. Meanwhile The Eds arrived home to Peach Creek which they decided to play Robot Rebel Ranch in the Junkyard. All the clip shows of all 130 episodes, 4 specials and a movie of the TV series are shown, from The Ed-Touchables to Big Picture Show in the honor of the series' 20th anniversary.

Cast and Characters

  • Matt Hill as Ed, the tritagonist of the film.
  • Samuel Vincent as Edd, the deuteragonist of the film.
  • Tony Sampson as Eddy, the protagonist of the film.
  • Haven Paschall as Princess Melissa, one of the four supporting protagonists of the film.

  • Rebecca Soler as Verity, one of the four supporting protagonists of the film.

  • Marc Swint as Jake, one of the four supporting protagonists of the film.

  • Johnny Yong Bosch as Tony, one of the four supporting protagonists of the film.

  • Rachael MacFarlane as Emily, the hippie who want to defend nature.

  • Courtney Cox as Sergeant Mason, the secondary antagonist of the film.

  • Tim Curry as Colonel Wilson, the main antagonist of the film.

Development

Western fans requested for the film to be released in theaters in the United States. This was eventually confirmed to be released by Fathom Events as a limited release across in late 2018 and early 2019. In Australia, the film was also confirmed to be released by Event Cinemas across November 11 and 12, 2017. Some fans also requested that Nazz, Sarah and Jimmy should be appearing for the film, but  it was later confirmed that the current set of new characters would replace The Kids and the Kanker Sisters. The title of the film is also a reference to the first episode of the series, Ed-touchables / Nagged to Ed The Ed-touchables.

Production

In 2017, Danny Antonucci announced his plans for remaking Ed, Edd n Eddy as a movie. This early content revealed The Eds, showing that the film would act as a retelling of the first episode, exploring some of the important plot points of the series. The film's storyline will be based on in the Sky Castle in the Sky.

Sequel

A second film in the alternate continuity, titled Ed, Edd n Eddy the Movie: Tales of the Unknown, will be animated by Cartoon Network and a.k.a Cartoons, and it will be released in theaters on Feburary 13, 2020.

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