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Unfriended: Dark Web: All Robots Go to Hell (2018)

R | 2h 35min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | 15 August 2018 (USA)

Synopsis

The non-robot members of the Robot Hell on Earth team travel to Hawaii to explore the islands, but things go horribly wrong when the volcanoes erupt.

Director, Producer and Writer

Director: Jon M. Chu

Producers: Seth MacFarlane, Timur Bekmambetov

Writer: Timur Bekmambetov

Stars

Amy Poehler, Jon Stewart, Dakota Johnson (see full cast below)

Character Gallery

Main Characters

Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:

  • Amy Poehler-...-Alexandra Bortz
  • Jon Stewart-...-Allie Indian
  • Dakota Johnson-...-Ainsley Bortz
  • Billy West-...-Meredith Bortz
  • Peyton List-...-Grace Bortz
  • Lauren Taylor-...-Lydia Bortz
  • Jeff Dunham-...-Olivia Indian
  • Rebel Wilson-...-Hailey Bortz

Storyline

Every year, there are multiple volcanoes in the state of Hawaii that erupt, leading to people losing their homes and moving to other states in the US.

After having threesome, Allie Indian and Ainsley and Meredith Bortz get a Skype call from their non-robot teammates, Alexandra, Grace, Lydia and Hailey Bortz and Olivia Indian, saying that everyone was going to explore every island in the state. Lydia reminds them about the volcanoes erupting and them losing their vacation house.

Written by Timur Bekmambetov

Genres: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Drama | Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody violence, terror and torture throughout, disturbing images, pervasive language, crude sexual content, full frontal nudity and some drug use - all involving females | See all certifications >>

Parents Guide: View content advisory >>

Details

Country: USA

Language: English

Release Dates

15 August 2018 (USA, theatrical release)

23 August 2018 (UK, theatrical release)

20 November 2018 (USA, home release)

27 November 2018 (UK, home release)

Company Credits

Production Companies

Distributors

  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2018) (DVD) (USA)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2018) (Blu-Ray) (USA)
  • Warner Home Video (2018) (DVD) (UK)
  • Warner Home Video (2018) (Blu-Ray) (UK)

Trivia

  • This is the second DC Comics film to receive an 18 certificate from the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC). The first was Watchmen (2009).
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