Heaven in Flames: Death to all Robots (2017)
R | 2h 32min | Animation, Comedy, Fantasy | 8 November 2017 (USA)
The Robot Hell on Earth team go on a mission to destroy robots that try to invade Earth.
Directors, Producers and Writer
Directors: Frank Darabont, Denis Villeneuve
Producers: Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, Megan Ellison, Seth MacFarlane
Writer: Seth MacFarlane
Amy Poehler, Julie Kavner, Jon Stewart (see full cast below)
Cast overview, first billed only:
- Amy Poehler-...-Alexandra Bortz
- Julie Kavner-...-Alexa Bortz
- Jon Stewart-...-Allie Indian
- Regan Burns-...-Zachary Bortz
- Maurice LaMarche-...-Abworker Bortz
- Dakota Johnson-...-Ainsley Bortz
- Julianne Moore-...-Leah Bortz
- Billy West-...-Meredith Bortz
- Lewis Black-...-Carina Bortz
- Peyton List-...-Grace Bortz
- Landry Bender-...-Kaia Bortz
- Laura Marano-...-Lexia Bortz
- Lauren Taylor-...-Lydia Bortz
- Jeff Dunham-...-Olivia Indian
- Rebel Wilson-...-Hailey Bortz
Written by Seth MacFarlane
Genres: Animation | Comedy | Fantasy | Horror
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for strong fantasy horror violence and gore, brief sexuality/nudity and language, and for some drug use | See all certifications >>
Parents Guide: View content advisory >>
28 September 2017 (Canada, theatrical release)
6 October 2017 (USA, limited theatrical release)
17 October 2017 (Brazil and France, theatrical release)
19 October 2017 (Denmark, theatrical release)
22 October 2017 (Austria, theatrical release)
25 October 2017 (Chile, theatrical release)
26 October 2017 (Argentina, Colombia and UK, theatrical release)
27 October 2017 (Belgium and Bulgaria, theatrical release)
30 October 2017 (Estonia and Finland, theatrical release)
31 October 2017 (Australia and China, theatrical release)
8 November 2017 (USA, theatrical release)
2 January 2018 (Canada, home release)
23 January 2018 (Brazil. Denmark and France, home release)
30 January 2018 (Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia and UK, home release)
6 February 2018 (Australia, China, Estonia and Finland, home release)
13 February 2018 (USA, home release)
- Columbia Pictures (presents)
- Warner Bros. (presents)
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (presents)
- Annapurna Pictures (presents)
- Fuzzy Door Productions (in association with)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2018) (USA) (DVD)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2018) (USA) (Blu-Ray)
- Warner Home Video (2018) (UK) (DVD)
- Warner Home Video (2018) (UK) (Blu-Ray)
- The film premiered in Los Angeles on October 6, 2017 before going wide on November 8.
- The film is based on the 2013-18 AMC television series.
- The film has 17 things in common with Blade Runner 2049 (2017):
- Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures released both films on October 6, 2017.
- Denis Villeneuve directed both films.
- Both films have an R rating in the US.
- Blade Runner 2049 (2017) is rated R for violence, some sexuality, nudity and language.
- This film is rated R for strong fantasy horror violence and gore, brief sexuality/nudity and language, and for some drug use.
- Both films have an MA15+ rating in Australia.
- Both films have a 14 rating in Austria.
- Both films have a 16 rating on TV in Brazil.
- The only difference is that the theatrical and DVD release of Blade Runner 2049 (2017) has a 14 rating.
- Both films have a 16 rating on DVD in Germany.
- The only difference is that the theatrical release of Blade Runner 2049 (2017) has a 12 rating.
- Both films have a 16 rating in Finland.
- Both films have a IIB rating in Hong Kong.
- Both films have a 17+ rating in Indonesia.
- Both films have an 18 rating in Malaysia.
- Both films have an 18 rating in the Maldives.
- Both films have a 15 rating in Norway.
- Both films have an M18 rating in Singapore.
- The only difference is that the edited version of Blade Runner 2049 (2017) has an NC16 rating.
- Both films have a 15 rating in South Korea.
- Both films have a 15 rating in Sweden.
- Both films have a 15 rating in Turkey.