Miles from Tomorrowland: The Movie is a 2015 computer-animated intergalactic adventure movie was produced by Disney Junior, DQ Entertainment, and Wild Canary Animation and was distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and was released on September 25, 2015.

Plot

The films starts with Miles from Tomorrowland Theme Song ("Way Out" (Extended Version)) by Beau Black as Miles flies on his Blastboard around the Stellosphere several times. After the theme song is finished, Miles asks his pet robo-ostrich M.E.R.C. to play catch with him. And M.E.R.C. chirps excitedly! M.E.R.C. goes and gets the blue frisbee and runs to the Stellosphere. After playing catch, Miles and M.E.R.C. are famished, they go find Phoebe to ask for lunch. Phoebe offers Miles and M.E.R.C. pizza to eat. After the pizza, they want dessert. His sister Loretta just finished baking the brownies, and the Stellosphere smelled delicious!

Cast

  • Cullen McCarthy as Miles Callisto, An enthusiastic and curious 7-year-old boy with a somewhat reckless inventive streak whom the series is named after and main character of the movie.
  • Fiona Bishop as Loretta Callisto, Miles's big 11-year-old sister and the brainier of the two children.
  • Olivia Munn as Phoebe Callisto, Loretta and Miles's scientist mother and the ship's captain.
  • Tom Kenny as Leo Callisto, Loretta and Miles's scientist father and the ship's engineer and Stellar Mechanic.
  • Grey Griffin as Stella, The computer voice at the ship Stellosphere.
  • Dee Bradley Baker as M.E.R.C., The family's pet robo-ostrich who is never far from Miles's side.
  • Audrey Wasilewski as Miss Baker, Loretta's pet Robo-Monkey and the Callisto's second robot pet, alongside M.E.R.C.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Tala, The family's pet gibbon monkey who loves M.E.R.C. very much and she becomes the third pet of Miles.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Nahal, The family's pet bengal tiger cub who becomes the fourth pet of Miles.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Nazboo, The family's talking pet dragon who becomes the fifth pet of Miles.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Parisa, The family's pet Zahramay fox who becomes the sixth pet of Miles.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Roya, The family's pet peacock who has a crush on M.E.R.C. because they're both birds and she becomes the seventh pet of Miles.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Lulu, The family's pet panda who becomes the eighth pet of Miles.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Rocket, The family's pet beagle who becomes the ninth pet of Miles.
  • Danny Jacobs as Watson, One head of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority.
  • Diedrich Bader as Crick, One head of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority.
  • Adrian Grenier as Captain Joe, An intergalactic crime fighter, Leo's brother, and Miles and Loretta's uncle.
  • Frank Welker as Cap9, Captain Joe's robot german shepherd dog who seems related to Scooby-doo.
  • Jonathan Frakes as Grandpa Vincent, Leo's father and retired captain of the TTA ship Explorer.
  • Mark Hamill as Gadfly Garnett, An alien outlaw obsessed with owning the latest technology.
  • George Takei as Spectryx, An alien from planet Parallax who can only see in infrared.
  • Bill Nye as Professor Randii Rubicon, A scientist who mostly Neptune and the Builders.
  • Wil Wheaton as Commander S'leet
  • Alton Brown as Lysander Floovox
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Bootjet Groovestar, a famous alien rockstar, whom Miles and Loretta are a huge fan of.
  • Brenda Song as Auntie Frida, Phoebe's sister.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Pollock, Frida's pet robo-porcupine.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Mr. Avon Xylon, An alien mailman.
  • Frank Welker also voices as TBD, Mr. Xylon's pet robo-mouse.
  • James Sie as Gong Gong, Phoebe's father.
  • Stephanie Sheh as Po Po, Phoebe's mother, who is a retired engineer.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Lieutenant Luminex, Captain Joe's second in command.
  • Whoopi Goldberg as The Game Master, A play creative tech genius.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Grace, The Game Master pet robo-kangaroo.
  • LeVar Burton as Dr. Consilium, A Galactic School teacher.
  • Ginger Zee as Dr. Zephyr Skye, Tomorrowland's leading meteorologist.
  • Issac Ryan Brown as Haruna Kitumba, Miles's best friend & neighbor prior to Miles' departure to space who serves as a navigator of the Mission Force One.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Sly, Haruna's pet robo-dog.
  • Ethan Wacker as Pipp Wimpley, A young alien from Atlantix.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Robot-Cat, Pipp's pet robo-cat.
  • Ivy Bishop as Mirandos, A young intelligent Ariellian from the planet Tempestoro who serves as an engineer of the Mission Force One.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Bowtie, Mirandos' pet robo-penguin.
  • Diedrich Bader also voices as Dashiell Scamp, An alien that "trades" for robots.
  • Manny Montana as Zeno, The computer voice of starship Zenith.
  • Elan Garfias as Commander Nemex, The commander of the Nemesystems.
  • John DiMaggio as Aggro, The second-in-command of the Nemesystems.
  • Sam Lavagnino as Blodger Blopp, The son of Bobble and Blippy, Miles's friend from planet Blobsberg who serves as a ship operator of the Mission Force One.
  • Danny Jacobs as Captain Bobble Blopp
  • Tom Kenny also voices as Blippy Blopp
  • Grey Griffin also voices as Queen Gemma, The queen of the Dethalians.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Sheldon, Blodger's pet robot tortoise.
  • Dee Bradley Baker also voices as Anti-Virus Bots, They are pointy black robots with a computer red visors and eliminate weapons.
  • Rachel Bloom as Queen Barb, the queen of the Rock Trolls and she's the worst enemy of Leo Callisto.
  • Kevin Hart as Snowball, a white rabbit who is Queen Barb's worst sidekick and he's also the worst enemy of Leo, and at the end of the movie, he becomes the tenth pet of Miles.
  • John Cena as Lord Draxum, a mean space burglar who wants to take over outer space and later got defeated by a DJ battle with Miles and Leo in the final battle.

Soundtrack

  1. Miles from Tomorrowland Theme Song ("Way Out" (Extended Version)) – Beau Black
  2. Since U Been Gone – Kelly Clarkson
  3. Happy Together – The Turtles
  4. Vogue – Madonna
  5. Don't Go Breaking My Heart – Elton John
  6. Down Under – Men at Work (Used as Leo's ringtone on his phone.)
  7. Don't You Want Me – The Human League
  8. You Really Got Me – The Kinks
  9. Royals – Lorde
  10. Hotel California – Eagles
  11. Wake Me Up – Avicii
  12. Danger Zone – Kenny Loggins
  13. Ain't No Mountain High Enough – Marvin Gaye ft. Tammi Terrell
  14. Am I Wrong – Nico & Vinz
  15. My Life – Billy Joel
  16. Ex's & Oh's – Elle King
  17. Material Girl – Madonna
  18. Flashdance What A Feeling – Irene Cara
  19. September – Earth, Wind & Fire
  20. Girls Just Want To Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper
  21. All I Do Is Win – DJ Khaled ft. Ludacris, Rick Ross, T-Pain and Snoop Dogg
  22. I'm Coming Out – Diana Ross
  23. Some Nights – Fun
  24. Forget You – Cee Lo Green
  25. Cups – Anna Kendrick
  26. Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper
  27. Jump – Van Halen
  28. You're My Best Friend – Queen
  29. (I Just) Died in Your Arms – Cutting Crew
  30. Waiting On the World to Change – John Mayer
  31. Somebody's Baby – Jackson Browne
  32. I Don't Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
  33. Rumour Has It – Adele
  34. Open Arms – Journey
  35. We Found Love – Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris
  36. Bad Day – Daniel Powter
  37. Last Dance (Extended Version) – Donna Summer
  38. Free Fallin' – Tom Petty
  39. We Belong – Pat Benatar
  40. The Final Countdown – Europe
  41. St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion) – John Parr
  42. Uptown Girl – Billy Joel
  43. How Will I Know – Whitney Houston
  44. Let's Groove – Earth, Wind & Fire
  45. Missing You – John Waite
  46. Into The Groove – Madonna
  47. It's My Life – Bon Jovi
  48. Caribbean Queen – Billy Ocean
  49. You Belong With Me – Taylor Swift
  50. Breathe – Faith Hill
  51. Can't Fight This Feeling – REO Speedwagon (Played in the ending credits of the movie.)
  52. You're The Inspiration – Chicago (Also played in the ending credits of the movie.)
  53. Hold On – Wilson Phillips (Also played in the ending credits of the movie.)

Trivia

  • In the teaser trailer, The Final Countdown by Europe is played when the Callistos appear.
  • In the first official trailer, Danger Zone by Kenny Loggins is played when Miles Callisto appears on screen.
  • In the second official trailer, Wake Me Up by Avicii is played when the Callistos are about to defeat Queen Barb and Snowball before the song continues playing throughout the trailer.
  • In the third and final official trailer, Some Nights by Fun is played when Miles and Leo are about to defeat Lord Draxum before the song continues playing throughout the trailer.
  • 1000 Times No (2009) makes a cameo appearance on the screen where Miles and Loretta are watching the show before Miles' nightmare scene.
  • The Circle of Life opening scene from Disney's The Lion King was parodied during Miles' nightmare scene.
  • The music from the book Please Don't Turn Out the Light on the website ABCmouse.com plays over when Miles comforts M.E.R.C to feel better.
  • Two scenes in "Hypno! Part Deux" from the Nickelodeon series Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles makes a cameo appearance on the screen where Miles, Loretta and M.E.R.C. are watching the show before they and their parents go see Queen Barb in the hospital in the next scene. Miles from Tomorrowland: The Movie was released three years before Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was in production.
  • The Dora the Explorer episode "The Super Silly Fiesta" makes a cameo appearance on the screen where Miles, Leo and Loretta are watching the show before they defeat Lord Draxum with a DJ battle in the final battle.
  • Can't Fight This Feeling by REO Speedwagon, You're The Inspiration by Chicago and Hold On by Wilson Phillips are played in the ending credits of the movie.
  • Miles from Tomorrowland: The Movie first aired on Disney Channel on December 1, 2015 and on May 20, 2016.
  • Miles from Tomorrowland: The Movie first aired on Disney Junior on June 8, 2016, on June 9, 2016 and on June 17, 2016.
  • Miles from Tomorrowland: The Movie first aired on NBC on November 28, 2019.

Home Media

  • Miles from Tomorrowland: The Movie was released on Blu-Ray on November 8, 2015, and on DVD on December 19, 2015 by Disney Junior and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

Music Videos

  • The Final Countdown – Europe
  • Hold On – Wilson Phillips
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