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Theatrical release poster.

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Song used in the second trailer.

Digimon: A Million Points of Light is a Japanese-American science fiction fantasy action-adventure film directed by Joseph Kosinski and written and produced by Drew Gars, based on the anime series of the same name. The film is the seventh installment of the live action Digimon film series. The film features an ensemble cast that includes Dylan Minnette, Noah Crawford, Mason Cook, Haliee Steinfeld, Joey King, Ty Sympkins, Hiroyuki Sanada, Jennifer Anniston, Peter Serafinowicz, Ansel Elgort, Josh Hutcherson, Asa Butterfield, Bella Thorne, Robert Sheehan, Liana Liberato, Tom Cruise, Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Garner, Ken Watanabe, Emma Watson, Simon Pegg, Liam Neeson, Zach Woods, Samuel L. Jackson, Anna Kendrick, Kelsey Grammer, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ted Levine, Eugene Levy, Alison Brie, Toby Kebbell and Ewan McGregor.

Plot

As summer vacation starts to begin, wild Digimon and Control Spires start appearing all over the world. The DigiDestined decide to go all around the world to team up with DigiDestined youths in different locations to send the Digimon back to the Digital World. Not only that, they also have to face an enemy who is responsible for this, assassinations on those who knew about the Myotismon attack and the reason Ken became the Digimon Emperor.

Cast

Humans

  • Dylan Minnette as Davis Monaghan, The new leader of the DigiDestined.
  • Noah Crawford as Ken Ichabod, a member of the DigiDestined and Davis' second-in-command.
  • Mason Cook as Cody Hill, the youngest in the new DigiDestined.
  • Ty Simpkins as T.K. Jordans, an original DigiDestined and is the younger brother of Matt.
  • Joey King as Kari Kamden, An original DigiDestined and is the younger sister of Tai.
  • Hailee Steinfeld as Michelle "Yolei" Irvine, a member of the m new DigiDestined.
  • Ansel Elgort as Tyler "Tai" Kamden, He was the leader of the previous DigiDestined and Kari's older brother. He attends college.
  • Josh Hutcherson as Matt Jordans, T.K.'s big brother and a member of the previous DigiDestined.
  • Asa Butterfield as Korbin "Izzy" Isaacs, a computer expert and a member of the previous DigiDestined.
  • Bella Thorne as Sora Taylor, Tai's best friend and a member of the previous DigiDestined.
  • Robert Sheehan as Joe Kingston, the eldest member of the previous DigiDestined.
  • Liana Liberato as Mimi Thatch, a blunt and outspoken teen and a member of the previous DigiDestined.
  • Hiroyuki Sanada as Yukio Oikawa, a high-ranking official for the UN Security Council who plans to spread the Dark Spores that was inside kids he'd kidnapped so he can enter the Digital World. He serves as the main antagonist of the film.
    • TBA as young Yukio Oikawa
  • Tom Cruise as Thomas Norstein, the former President of the United States and a veteran DigiDestined.
    • TBA as young Tom
  • Anne Hathaway as Relena, a mysterious woman that Tom keeps encountering who is a military specialist for Oikawa.
    • TBA as young Relena
  • Ken Watanabe as Satsuma Rentaro, the Director of Digitally Advanced Tatics Service (D.A.T.S.) and a veteran DigiDestined.
  • Jennifer Garner as Zoe Norstein, Oliver's wife, a veteran DigiDestined and a Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women.
  • Emma Watson as Sara Jean Aubrey, the deputy director of D.A.T.S. who partnered back with the DigiDestined prior to the events of A New Digitude and Duel of Black WarGreymon.
  • Liam Neeson as George Loomis, the former Vice President of the United States and the U.S. Ambassador of China who allied back with the DigiDestined prior to the events of A New Digitude and Duel of Black WarGreymon.
  • Zach Woods as Louis Mayden, a D.A.T.S. agent who partnered back with the DigiDestined prior to the events of A New Digitude and Duel of Black WarGreymon.
  • Simon Pegg as Cedric Fallon, an astrophysist now the host and creator of Journey to The Unknown who allied back with the DigiDestined prior to the events of A New Digitude and Duel of Black WarGreymon.
  • Samuel L. Jackson as Brigadier General Quincey Miles, USA, a former U.S. army colonel and the Chief of Staff of U.S. Army who allied back with the DigiDestined prior to the events of A New Digitude and Duel of Black WarGreymon.
  • Anna Kendrick as Carol Williams, the creator of the Trans-Uploader who was sent to 15 years in prison after her inventions cost the lives of government officials.
  • Kelsey Grammer as Samuel Whitburne, the current President of the United States, a former U.S. Navy Vice Admiral and a Republican politician who becomes aware of Digimon after he meets Oikawa.
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar as Wanda Renwick, the U.S. Junior Senator from California and a Democratic politician who is the first to become suspicious of Oikawa.
  • Ted Levine as Major General Terence Reynolds, USA, a U.S. Army general and the Chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff.
  • Hill Harper as Eugene Moss, a senior advisor to President Whitburne.
  • Eugene Levy as David Screeton, the senior U.S. Senator of Kansas, the Majority Leader of the United State Senate and a Tea Party supporter who is secretly in cahoots with Oikawa.
  • Alison Brie as Jody Marie Russo, a self-righteous and bigoted conservative political commentator and the host of Justice by Jody. She is a parody of Tomi Lahren.
  • Megan Boone as Wendy Farrell, the case manager for Journey to The Unknown.
  • Ron Funches as Shawn, a cameraman for Journey to The Unknown.
  • Joseph Julian Soria as Miguel, the tech specialist for Journey to The Unknown.
  • Arden Cho as Kuniko, the audio expert for Journey to The Unknown.
  • Patrick St. Esprit as James Maguire, the current Vice President of the United States.
  • Lindy Booth as Maggie, Renwick's personal secretary.
  • Gerald "Slink" Johnson as Captain James, USA, a U.S Army officer assigned to monitor Digimon that are on Earth.
  • David Henrie as Jim Kingston, Joe's brother.
  • Gerald McRaney as Christopher Hill, Cody's grandfather.
  • Josh Hamilton as Patrick Monaghan, Davis and June's father.
  • Sarah Clarke as Samantha Monaghan, Davis and June's mother.
  • Halston Sage as June Monaghan, Davis' older sister.
  • Patrick Bauchau as Michel, T.K. and Matt's grandfather.
  • Maria Dizzia as Felicia Hill, Cody's single mother.
  • Elizabeth Reaser as Barbara Irvine, Yolei's mother.
  • Victor Webster as Louis Irvine, Yolei's father.
  • Dylan Gelula as Christine Irvine, one of Yolei's older sister.
  • Gracie Dzienny as Mona Irvine, one of Yolei's older sister.
  • Calum Worthy as Malcolm Irvine, Yolei's older brother.
  • Andy Buckley as Daniel Ichabod, Ken's father.
  • Clea Duvall as Kelly Ichabod, Ken's mother.
  • Josh Hopkins as Hilton Jordans, the news director of KNSD and Matt and T.K.'s father.
  • Kathleen Rose Perkins as Nancy Tanner, Matt and T.K.'s mother and Hilton's ex-wife.
  • Sasha Alexander as Katherine Isaacs, Mason's wife and Izzy's adopted mother.
  • Matt Passmore as Mason Isaacs, Katherine's husband and Izzy's adopted father.
  • Mark Feuerstein as Harry Taylor, a college professor, Sora's father and Tonya's husband.
  • Robin Tunney as Tonya Taylor, Sora's mother and Harry's wife.
  • J.R. Bourne as Sullivan "Sully" Kamden, Tai and Kari's father and Yudelle's husband.
  • Tracy Middendorf as Yudelle Kamden, Tai and Kari's mother and Sully's wife.
  • Michael Trucco as Kenneth Thatch, Savannah's husband and Mimi's father.
  • Caroline Dhavernas as Savannah Thatch, Kenneth's wife and Mimi's mother.
  • Colby Boothman as Tanner, Jody's cameraman.
  • Timothy Simons as Charlie Jeffers, Hilton's assistant at KNSD .
  • Jace Norman as Michael, a DigiDestined from New York.
  • Kaitlyn Dever as Maria, a DigiDestined from New York.
  • Austin Abrams as Steve, a DigiDestined from New York.
  • Stephan James as Phil, a DigiDestined from New York.
  • Carlos Valdes as Lou, a Native American DigiDestined.
  • Ki Hong Lee as Han Pio, a Chinese DigiDestined and the eldest of the Pio brothers.
  • Brandon Soo Hoo as Ryan Pio, a Chinese DigiDestined and the middle of the Pio brothers.
  • Hudson Yang as Leo Pio, a Chinese DigiDestined and the youngest of the Pio brothers.
  • Liu Shishi as Yue Hong, a Chinese DigiDestined.
  • Rubina Ali as Mina, a Indian DigiDestined.
  • Hoai Lam as Dien, a Vietnamese DigiDestined.
  • Callan McAullife as Derek, an Australian DigiDestined who resides in Gold Coast.
  • Lola Créton as Catherine Deneuve, a french DigiDestined.
  • Paola Andino as Rosa, a Mexican DigiDestined.
  • Olesya Rulin as Anna, one of the Russian DigiDestined.
  • Eve Harlow as Sonya, one of the Russian DigiDestined.
  • Alec Utgoff as Yuri, one of the Russian DigiDestined.
  • Ryan Potter as Ryo Akiyama, a Japanese DigiDestined.
  • Mackenzie Foy as Nora Kawton, one of the children that had the Dark Spores planted in them.
  • TBA as Keira Kurtis, one of the children that had the Dark Spores planted in them.
  • TBA as Henry Shirley, one of the children that had the Dark Spores planted in them.
  • TBA as Tad Oswald, one of the children that had the Dark Spores planted in them.
  • Aasif Mandvi as Alvin Kapoor, the principal of Stockholm High School.
  • Chris Kattan as Cal Dabney, the vice principal of Stockholm High School.
  • Ari Stidham as Marcus Hamlin,
  • Danica McKellar as Naomi Ashley, the mathematics teacher at Stockholm High School.
  • Rory Scovel as Todd Morris,
  • Vondie Curtis-Hall as TBA,
  • Fred Stoller as TBA,
  • James Earl as Officer Lou Copeland, the school's security guard.
  • Wayne Bastrup as Henry Hill, Cody's deceased father.
    • TBA as young Henry Hill
  • Logan Lerman as Sam Ichabod, Ken's deceased older brother.
  • Jessica Stroup as Natalia, the personal secretary to President Whitburne.
  • Željko Ivanek as Grant Robbins, the U.S. Secretary of Defense.
  • Robert Wisdom as Lieutenant General Victor Gottlieb, USA, the Director of the National Security Agency.
  • Kenneth Welsh as Joseph McNamara, the U.S. National Security Advisor.
  • Fredric Lehne as Declan Ward, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence.
  • Brian Markinson as Jasper McCord, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Larry Cedar as Charles Dennix, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
  • Tim Russ as Michael Banning, the Director of the U.S. Secret Service.
  • Ethan Phillips as Reginald Patton, the White House Chief of Staff.
  • Tzi Ma as Zhuan Wu, the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • Fana Mokoena as Dikeledi Falana, the President of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Faran Tahir as Sahir Rashid, the President of the UN Security Council.
  • Alain Goulem as Maximilian Shepherd, the U.S. Governor of California.
  • Michael Durrell as Wilbur Treachum, the United States Senior U.S Senator from Massachusetts
  • Cornelius Smith Jr. as Agent DeMarco, a Secret Service Special Agent-in-Charge who heads President Whitburne's Security Detail.
  • Sarah Lind as Agent Asgley, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
  • Lou Ferrigno as Agent Banner, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
  • Rick Fox as Agent Wenn, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
  • Nicholas Lea as Agent Jones, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Whitburne's Security Detail.
  • Josh Barnett as Sergeant Rickard, USA,
  • Ken Anderson as Master Sergeant Raymond, USA,
  • Seth Gabel as Corporal Johnston, USA,
  • Charlie Weber as Staff Sergeant Allen, USA,
  • Gina Holden as the U.S. Ambassador of United Nations.
  • Sophie Marceau as the UN Women Director .
  • Charles Edwards as the the U.K. Prime Minister.
  • Oliver Muirhead as the UK Independence Party leader

Cameos

Digimon

Digimon Partners

  • Derek Stephen Price voices Veemon, Davis' Digimon partner.
- Doug Jones as Flamedramon (motion capture)
  • Paul St. Peter voices Wormmon, Ken's Digimon partner.
    • Stingmon, Wormmon's natural champion form.
  • Robert Axelrod voices Armadillomon, Cody's Digimon partner.
    • Tara Strong voices Upamon, the In-Training form of Armadillomon.
    • Tom Fahn voices Digmon,
    • Tom Fahn also voices Submarimon,
  • Neil Kaplan voices Hawkmon, Yolei's Digimon partner.
- Monique Ganderton as Silphymon (costumed performance)
    • Tara Strong voices Poromon, Hawkmon's In-Training form.
    • Neil Kaplan also voices Halsemon,
    • Neil Kaplan also voices Shurimon,
  • Laura Summer voices Patamon, T.K.'s Digimon partner.
    • Daniel Cudmore as Angemon, Patamon's Champion form.
    • Dave Mallow voices Pegasus,
  • Edie Birman voices Gatomon, Kari's Digimon partner.
  • Tom Fahn voices Agumon, Tai's Digimon partner.
- Spencer Wilding as WarGreymon (motion capture performer)

Oikawa's henchman

  • Jennifer Anniston as Arukenimon, a Digimon/human hybrid and a servant to Oikawa. She is one of the secondary antagonists of the film.
  • Peter Serafinowicz as Mummymon, Arukenimon's right-handed partner and a servant to Oikawa. He is one of the secondary antagonists of the film.

The Daemon Corps

  • Nick Nolte as Daemon, a Demon Lord Digimon and the leader of the Daemon Corps. He poses as a human controlled for the public not to notice behind the scenes, he's not. He and Oikawa make a deal that after Oikawa gets Ken, he will give him to Daemon. He serves as one of the tertiary antagonists of the film.
  • Zoë Bell as LadyDevimon, One of three servants of Daemon.
  • Charlie Adler voices SkullSatamon, a follower of Daemon.
  • Kevin Michael Richardson voices MarineDevimon, a member of the Daemon Corps that served Daemon.

Others

  • Ewan McGregor as Gennai, the DigiDestined's guide to the Digital World.
  • Sam Reigel voices Kudamon, Rentāro's Digimon partner.
    • Sam Reigel also voices Reppamon, Kudamon's Champion form.
  • Toby Kebbell as BlackWarGreymon (motion capture and voice performance), a Mega Level Virus Digimon who is created by Arukenimon's Spirit Needle attack and 100 Control Spires.
  • Mark Ryan voices Azulongmon, the guardian of the Digital World's Eastern Hemisphere.
  • Manu Bennett as Andromon,
  • Dina Sherman voices Betamon, the Digimon partner of Michael.
    • Dan Lorge voices Seadramon, Betamon's Champion form.
  • Giora Kenneth voices Flarerizamon, Phil's Digimon partner.
  • TBA as Centarumon (motion capture and make-up), Maria's Digimon partner.
  • Rob Paulson voices Frigimon, Steve's Digimon partner.
  • Laura Bailey as Syakomon, the Poi brothers' Digimon partners.
  • Richard Epcar voices Apemon, Yue Hong's Digimon partner.
- Octomon, Syakomons' Champion forms;
  • Peter Spellos voices Meramon, Mina's Digimon partner.
  • Joe Ochman voices Crabmon, Derek's Digimon partner.
    • Joe Ochman also voices Coelamon, Crabmon's Champion form.
  • Mary Elizabeth McGlynn voices Floramon, Catherine's Digimon partner.
    • Mary Elizabeth McGlynn also voices Kiwimon, Floramon's Champion form.
  • Carlos Alazraqui voices Gotsumon, Rosa's Digimon partner.
    • Fred Tatasciore as Monochromon, Gotsmon's Champion form.
  • Fred Tatasciore voices Gorillamon, Dien's Digimon partner
  • Bob Papenbrook voices Tortomon, the Digimon partner of Lou.
  • Doug Erholtz voices Unimon, Anna's Digimon partner.
  • Michael Sorich voices Kuwagamon, Yuri's Digimon partner.
  • Richard Epcar voices Snimon, Sonya's Digimon partner. 
  • Douglas Tait as various Digimon (motion capture and costumed performance)
  • Derek Mears as various Digimon (motion capture and costumed performance)
  • Damion Poitier as various Digimon (motion capture and costumed performance)
  • Spencer Wilding as various Digimon (motion capture and costumed performance)
  • Javier Botet as various Digimon (motion capture and costumed performance)
  • Charlie Adler as various Digimon voices
  • Frank Welker as various Digimon voices
  • Tom Kenny as various Digimon voices
  • Drew Gars as various Digimon voices
  • Tara Strong as various digimon voices

Production

During production on Digimon 5, executive producer Drew Gars revealed that there will be a sixth film of the live action Digimon film series. It's confirmed that it will be directed by Len Wiseman. Gars announced that he will return as head writer and the main producer and it will be the final chapter.

Industrial Light & Magic was chosen to create the visual effects for the first film and the second film. Hongo and Gars hired Oscar winners John Knoll and Hal T. Hickel, both known for their work on the Star Wars prequel trilogy and the Pirates of the Caribbean films. Legacy Effects was hired to do the special and practical effects on the film. Shane Mahan, known for creating the armored suits for Iron Man, was hired on as effects supervisor. John Rosengrant was also brought in for his work on Real Steel. Oscar winner Clay Pinney, known for his work on Independence Day and Star Trek, was also brought on board. Hybride Technologies, a division of Ubisoft, and Rodeo FX also contributed to the visual effects music: hero by skrillet and digimon theme song. Some of the practical creature effect were provided by Jim Henson's Creature Shop.

Simon Pegg, Liam Neeson, Emma Watson, Ken Watanabe, Zach Woods, David Henrie, Robin Tunney, J.R. Bourne, Tracy Middendorf, Will Ferrell, Kathryn Hann, Ashley Judd, Jason Bateman and Samuel L. Jackson have comfirmed to return to reprise their roles from the previous trilogy.

Trivia

  • 178 minutes long.
  • The film is rated PG-13 for action violence and language.
  • The film is distributed by Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures, while being produced by Saban Films and Toei Company.
  • Drew Gars returned to write the screenplay and produce the film.
  • Scenes that took place around the world where longer in they're individual countries.
  • Sir Christopher Lee was originally set to play Daemon, but he sadly passed away on June 7th, 2015.

Quotes

Trailer 1

The UN meeting

TBA

Digimon World Tour

TBA

TBA

Character Gallery

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