Eric & Luke: Songs from the Park (2019)
R | 1h 21min | Animation, Comedy, Musical | 28 June 2019 (USA)
While on stage, the pink team sing songs from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999) with Eric and Luke Bortz taking specific roles during each song.
Director, Producers and Writers
Director: Trey Parker
Producers: Jason Blum, Seth MacFarlane, Scott Rudin, Ryan Reynolds
Writers: Matt Stone, Pam Brady
Ross Lynch, Laura Marano, Trey Parker (see full cast below)
Cast overview, first billed only:
- Ross Lynch-...-Jack Bortz
- Laura Marano-...-Lexia Bortz
- Trey Parker-...-Eric Bortz
- Matt Stone-...-Luke Bortz
- Ryan Reynolds-...-Vrooom and Ralph Bortz
- Hugh Jackman-...-Scar Bortz
- Dakota Johnson-...-Meredith, Maddie and Dawn Bortz
Written by Matt Stone and Pam Brady
Genres: Animation | Comedy | Musical
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for pervasive language including some sexual references | See all certifications >>
Parents Guide: View content advisory >>
28 June 2019 (USA, theatrical release)
8 October 2019 (USA, home release)
- Maximum Effort
- Blumhouse Productions
- Fuzzy Door Productions (as Fuzzy Door/Scott Rudin)
- Scott Rudin Productions (as Fuzzy Door/Scott Rudin)
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) (in association with)
- Warner Bros. (present)
- Paramount Players (present)
- Warner Bros. (USA)
- Paramount Pictures (Non-US)
- Warner Home Video (2019) (DVD) (USA)
- Warner Home Video (2019) (Blu-Ray) (USA)
- Paramount Home Media Distribution (2019) (DVD) (Non-US)
- Paramount Home Media Distribution (2019) (Blu-Ray) (Non-US)
- The title and opening credits aren't shown until the end. Here's how it goes:
- Directed by Trey Parker
- Written by Matt Stone & Pam Brady
- Produced by Jason Blum
- Seth MacFarlane
- Scott Rudin
- and Ryan Reynolds
- Starring Ross Lynch as Jack Bortz
- Laura Marano as Lexia Bortz
- Trey Parker as Eric Bortz
- Matt Stone as Luke Bortz
- Ryan Reynolds as Vrooom and Ralph Bortz
- Hugh Jackman as Scar Bortz
- and Dakota Johnson as Meredith, Maddie and Dawn Bortz
- A Maximum Effort Film
- A Blumhouse and Fuzzy Door/Scott Rudin Production
- In association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
- Warner Bros. and Paramount Players present
- Eric & Luke: Songs from the Park
- The film released 2 days before the 20th anniversary of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999).
- This is the only Zachary, Grace and Lexia film where Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is credited as an association.
- This is the fourth of a collection of R-rated Zachary, Grace and Lexia musical films distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures to contain either "Mountain Town", "Uncle F*cka", "It's Easy, Mmm'kay", "Blame Canada", "Kyle's Mom's a Bitch", "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" or "La Resistance" from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999).
- The third was Robot Hell Refreshments: Chapter 7 (2019, one month before this film).
- The second was Meredith's New Jersian Life: Attack of the Sharks (2017).
- The first was Rico, Claire and the Four Cats: Animal Survival Guide (2013).
- The film has 14 things in common with South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999):
- Both are animated comedy and musical films.
- Both are 81 minutes long.
- Both films were directed by Trey Parker and written by Matt Stone and Pam Brady.
- Both films are by Warner Bros. Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions.
- Trey Parker did voices in both films.
- In this film, he voiced Eric Bortz.
- In South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), he voiced Stan Marsh, Eric Cartman, Gregory, Satan, Mr. Garrison, Mr. Hat, Phillip Niles Argyle, Randy Marsh, Clyde Donovan, Tom – News Reporter, Midget in a Bikini, Bill Clinton, Canadian Ambassador, Bombardiers, Mr. Mackey, Army General, Ned Gerblansky, Christophe – Ze Mole (or The Mole), Big Gay Al (singing voice) and Adolf Hitler and additional characters.
- Matt Stone did voices in both films.
- In this film, he voiced Luke Bortz.
- In South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), he voiced Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick, Saddam Hussein, Terrance Henry Stoot, Big Gay Al, Ticket Taker, Stuart McCormick, Jimbo Kearn, Gerald Broflovski, Butters Stotch and the American Ambassador and additional characters.
- Both films have an R rating.
- This film is rated R for pervasive language including some sexual references.
- South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999) is rated R for pervasive vulgar language and crude sexual humor, and for some violent images.
- Both films use the songs "Mountain Town", "Uncle F*cka", "It's Easy, Mmm'kay", "Blame Canada", "Kyle's Mom's a Bitch", "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" and "La Resistance".
- Both films use the same songs in the closing credits.
- Both films have the same closing credits with the words in the same font.
- Both films don't show the opening credits until the end.
- Both films have an MA15+ rating in Australia.
- Both films have a IIB rating in Hong Kong.
- Both films have a 15 rating in the UK.