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Paint Universe is a 2019 American direct-to-video animated musical fantasy comedy film produced by Universal Animation Studios, Universal 1440 Entertainment and Gingo Animation. It is the sequel to 1999's Paint World, and was directed by Mike Disa and written by Irene Mecchi, Jon Vitti and Peter Ackerman. It takes place three years after the events of the first film, and follows Deon and his friends learning that Paletton, now expanded into a larger form known as Paint Universe, will get one major change on modern technology, so they must get fit into their home's new look.

Paint Universe was released on February 12, 2019 on DVD and Blu-ray by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

PlotEdit

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Voice castEdit

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

In 2004, the Special Edition DVD of Paint World featured a sneak peek of the proposed direct-to-video sequel, including new character designs and storyboards. The story would have involved Deon and his friends trying to stop Gerry Disgill from making chaos and destruction to Paletton again. It was set to be directed by Steve Loter, the director of Disney's Tarzan & Jane (2002). It was scheduled to be released in 2005 but was delayed for many years until production was cancelled in early 2008 due to script issues.

However, in August 2016, it was announced that the sequel was revived and back into development by Universal and Gingo, and would be released straight-to-video in 2019, coinciding on the 20th anniversary of the original Paint World film. It will be directed by Mike Disa and produced by Amy McNeill. Irene Mecchi will return to write the script for the sequel, with Jon Vitti and Peter Ackerman joining to co-write the script. In September 2017, the sequel was retitled as Paint Universe.

CastingEdit

Beverley Mitchell and David Gallagher reprised their roles as Gracie GaColor and Zach Splatt respectively, while Noah Schnapp joined as the new voice of Deon Splatt, replacing Haley Joel Osment from the previous film.

DesignEdit

Chris Battle and Craig McCracken, the original character designers for Paint World, returned as character designers, alongside Geo G., Craig Kellman, and Junpei Takayama.

AnimationEdit

Wang Film Productions and Bardel Entertainment, two of the original animation studios behind overseas production of the original Paint World, returned to work on most of the animation for the sequel, alongside Yowza! Animation in Toronto, Digital eMation and Saerom Animation (both in South Korea), Toon City Animation in the Philippines, and Prana Animation Studios in India.

ReleaseEdit

Paint Universe was released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 12, 2019. In addition, the film will be theatrically released outside of North America in select markets such as the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, and Ukraine.


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PaintWorld-Logo
Media
Films: Paint WorldPaint Universe

Television: GGTVPaint World
Video Games: Paint WorldPaint World: Activity CenterDance Dance Revolution Gingo MixPaint World: Disgill Strikes BackPaint World: Deon's Huge JourneyGingo All-Stars Extreme PartyGingo All-Stars SportsUniversal Studios Heroes of Legend
Books: Read-Aloud StorybookThe Art of Paint WorldLittle Golden StorybookThe Paint World BiosPaint World: Deon & ZachPaint World: Paint It Up!The Art of Universal Animation Studios

Universal Parks
Paint World Play Zone
Characters
Original: Deon SplattLinda SplattGracie GaColorZach SplattAunt MaggieSamanthaMaryMariaRichard SplattGerry DisgillChuckTuckerSteveKennyKarenSplashB&W Squad

TV Series: Coming soon!

Episodes
Coming soon!
Songs
All the Colors in the WorldWhen There's a ProblemWhat I'll Do for the WorldFollow My StepsColorlessClimbing the Rainbow
Locations
Paint WorldB&W Squad Headquarters
See Also
Universal Animation Golden Age
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