Presented by Universal and Imagine Entertainment

The film's sequel is Imagine Entertainment presents Carmen 2


  • Directed by Matthew O'Callaghan
  • Produced by Ron Howard
  • Screenplay by Ken Kaufman
  • Story by Ken Kaufman
  • Music by Heitor Pereira
  • Edited by Julie Rogers
  • Production company: Imagine Entertainment and Universal Animation Studios
  • Distributed by Universal Pictures
  • Release dates: February 10, 2018
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: British
  • Budget: $50 million
  • Box office: $69,834,815
  • Running Time: 200 minutes

Voice CastEdit

  • Jodi Benson as Carmen
  • William Hope as Phillip
  • Rachel Crow as Carla
  • Alec Baldwin as Hans
  • Danny DeVito as Edward
  • Jeff Bennett as King and Chief
  • Jamie Foxx as Nico
  • as Pedro
  • Kristin Chenoweth as Nanny
  • Rita Moreno as Royal Cook
  • Anne Hathaway as Lady
  • Ben Small as Duke and Chairman
  • Ringo Starr (credited as "Ringo" in the theatrical release trailer) as Captain
  • Kevin Frank as Harold
  • Bruno Mars as Rocky
  • Clive Revill as Narrator
  • Frank Welker as Monster and Magician
  • Jules De Jongh as King's carriage
  • Jim Carter as Executioner



Characters that can't speak


Characters (in order of appearance)Edit

  • Narrator - the Storyteller
  • Harold the Helicopter, Rocky the Crane and Captain the Lifeboat - three of the main protagonists and the only team of the Chief
  • Chief - The captain of the Search and Rescue Center
  • Carmen - the main protagonist
  • Nanny - one of the three secondary tritagonists
  • King - one of the two tritagonists
  • Mayor - the supporting protagonist
  • Lady - one of the two main deuteragonists
  • Nico and Pedro - the secondary tritagonists and the Mayor's helpers
  • King's Carriage - the talking coach
  • Hans and Edward - the main antagonists
  • Duke - the supporting antagonist-turned-supporting protagonist
  • Monster - the secondary antagonist
  • Royal Cook - one of the fourth antagonists
  • Carla - the tritagonist
  • Executioner - the tertiary antagonist


Villains' defeatsEdit

  • Hans: Scared away by Harold while Nico congratulates the helicopter and takes away his army. Hans falls into the water and before the party scene, taken to jail by Butch
  • Edward: Turns back into his normal self again, falls off cliff to death and screams all the way, "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!"
  • Executioner: Says that he won't chop the Mayor's head off
  • Monster: Smashed by Carla in her first appearance


  • Monsters Everywhere is a song from the special Tale of the Brave. It was composed and performed by Robert Hartshorne. An instrumental version of this song is used as the main theme of the movie. The song is similar to Dumbo's "Pink Elephants on Parade" and Winnie the Pooh's "Heffalumps and Woozles".
  • Tale of the Brave, alternatively known as Our Tale of the Brave, is a song from the movie. It was written by Robert Hartshorne and sung by Sam Blewitt. The song was used as the 2nd song for the credits.
  • Go, Go Carmen is a rock-n-roll song about Carmen and her family and new friends preparing to save Lady from Hans in the film after the narrator said, "And the cavalcade puffed away." The tune is based on Go, Go Thomas from Hero of the Rails. It was performed by Sam Blewitt. It is in the end credits.
  • "Devil in Disguise" is an Elvis Presley song used when Carla is trying to train Carmen to defeat Hans but keeps causing trouble.
  • "Wherever You Are" is a song from Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin. It is sung by CARMEN at midnight.
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