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PAW Patrol: The Movie

August 20, 2021
1hr 26min
Status: released

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PAW Patrol: The Movie Movie Details:

Based onPAW Patrol by Keith Chapman
Country Canada
Language English
Release dateAugust 8, 2021 (Vue Leicester Square)
August 20, 2021 (Canada and United States)
Running time1hr 26min
StarringIain Armitage
Marsai Martin
Ron Pardo
Yara Shahidi
Kim Kardashian
Randall Park
Dax Shepard
Tyler Perry
Jimmy Kimmel
Will Brisbin
Directed by Cal Brunker
Screenplay byBilly Frolick
Cal Brunker
Bob Barlen
Story byBilly Frolick
Produced byJennifer Dodge
Edited by Ed Fuller
Music byHeitor Pereira
Production CompanySpin Master Entertainment
Distributor Elevation Pictures (Canada)
Paramount Pictures (under Nickelodeon Movies; international)

PAW Patrol: The Movie Movie Voice Cast & Characters:

  • Iain Armitage as Chase, an ambitious 7-year-old German Shepherd is the main protagonist of the movie who serves as a police pup. He grew up on the streets of Adventure City, giving him a “strong character arc for the film”. Armitage found the role special and enjoyable. He said, “It’s a new challenge because you don’t get to convey anything with your body movements… that’s all the animator’s job,” he then explained: “You can only use your voice to convey whatever you’re trying to show. But it’s really fun to do animation.” Armitage replaces Justin Kelly from the series.
  • Marsai Martin as Liberty, a spirited long-haired Dachshund who grew up and lives in Adventure City and becomes the newest member of the PAW Patrol. She considers the team to be her heroes and works hard to keep the city clean, she also dreams of becoming the team’s member before joining them, and Chase’s Love Interest. She is outspoken and often snarks at other people. Martin said this particular role was unique because it hits close to home. Martin expressed her feelings about her role, “She’s so wild and a free spirit. She’s so energetic and fun, and I feel like she’d make a perfect fit into the PAW Patrol because of how amazing and wild she is.”
  • Ron Pardo as:
    • Mayor Humdinger, the PAW Patrol’s arch-nemesis from Foggy Bottom is elected the mayor of nearby Adventure City due to his name being the only one on the ballot and the other candidate somehow withdrawing from the election. Though Humdinger despises the PAW Patrol pups, he has shown a general dislike for dogs in general because he prefers cats. Pardo said he drew inspiration for Mayor Humdinger’s voice from mixing impressions of a Dudley Do-Right cartoon character with a well-known American entertainer from the 1930s-1950s.
    • Cap’n Turbot, a sea captain and animal expert is one of the PAW Patrol’s closest friends.
  • Yara Shahidi as Dr. Kendra Wilson, a scientist who works at a university and quotes things in scientific terms that have to be repeated in normal terms until Rubble understands what she said. She invented the Cloud Catcher, a tool that Mayor Humdinger would use to clear the weather.
  • Kim Kardashian as Delores, a sassy Poodle who is working at an animal shelter after being jailed in the Fuzzy Buddies obedience school. Kardashian said she was excited to voice the part, thrilled that her children now consider her a “cool mom.”
  • Randall Park as Butch, a burly man and one of Mayor Humdinger’s security guards who attempt to keep the pups out of Adventure City.
  • Dax Shepard as Ruben, a skinny man and another of Mayor Humdinger’s security guards. On voicing his character role, Shepard stated that PAW Patrol “was the first show he was forced to watch after becoming a dad but admitted that he enjoys it”, adding: “that earned him some serious cred with his kids”. He concluded: “I get to reintroduce my kids to that experience of going to the movies that I valued so much growing up”.
  • Tyler Perry as Gus, a truck driver in the midst of transporting Canadian maple syrup to its destination when he is saved by Chase after his truck swerves off a bridge to avoid hitting a baby sea turtle. Perry, on his role, said that his 6-year-old son Aman is also thrilled that his father is involved in the film. “He loves Skye and Chase and Zuma. I know the theme song like the back of my mind,” he stated in an interview. “…That’s the reason I said yes. I wanted to be a part of something that he could appreciate as much as I do.”
  • Jimmy Kimmel as Marty Muckraker, the wig-wearing news anchor of the Adventure City News Network. Kimmel also had trouble convincing his kids, 4-year-old Billy and 7-year-old Jane, of his role in the film. “I have been telling them, trying to explain to them that Daddy’s in the Paw Patrol movie,” the late-night host jokes. “I’m hopeful this will make me a big shot, at least for a couple of days.”
  • Will Brisbin as Ryder, a 10-year-old boy who serves as the leader of the PAW Patrol. With his leadership, Ryder confidently sends the group on their mission to save Adventure City from dog-hating Mayor Humdinger and also having a complicated relationship with Chase. Brisbin had to keep his role a closely guarded secret for some time, which he found difficult as his nine-year-old brother is a huge PAW Patrol fan. Brisbin replaces Beckett Hipkiss from the series.
  • Keegan Hedley as Rubble, a wisecracking 5-year-old English Bulldog who serves as a construction pup. He becomes the main comic relief character in the film as opposed to the series, so Hedley was encouraged to make up his own dialogue during his recording. After recording, director Cal Brunker says that his personality is a mix of Disney/Pixar comic-relief sidekicks such as The Seven Dwarfs, Jiminy Cricket, the Genie, Timon and Pumbaa, Mushu, Dory, Mater, Olaf, Ducky and Bunny, giving him a personality change from being a tough pup to a funny comic-relief character in this film.
  • Lilly Bartlam as Skye, a sweet 7-year-old Cockapoo who serves as an aviator pup.
  • Kingsley Marshall as Marshall, a cuddly 6-year-old Dalmatian who serves as a firefighting pup.
  • Callum Shoniker as Rocky, a clever 6-year-old mixed-breed dog who serves as a recycling pup. Shoniker previously voiced the Copycat from the Mighty Pups, Charged Up sub-series and replaces Jackson Reid from the series.
  • Shayle Simons as Zuma, an energetic 5-year-old chocolate Labrador who serves as an aquatic rescue pup.
  • Kim Roberts as Mayor Goodway, the Mayor of Adventure Bay.
  • Paul Braunstein as a tough guy on a subway who Liberty scolds for littering. Richard Arnold voices the tough guy in the UK dub.
  • Neil Crone as Tony, the proprietor of the namesake of his grocery store.
  • Monique Alvarez as Carmen, Liberty’s friend who works at the grocery store.
  • Jamillah Ross as a camerawoman working for Marty Muckraker.
  • Josh Robert Thompson as the fireworks technician that Mayor Humdinger enlisted to pull off his fireworks show.
  • Josh Graham as the computer voice that is heard in the PAW Patrol’s vehicles and their satellite headquarters in Adventure City.
  • Joe Pingue as Barney, an Old English Sheepdog and inmate at Fuzzy Buddies obedience school.
  • Charles Gallant as Harris, a Labrador Retriever and inmate at Fuzzy Buddies obedience school. Ronan Keating provides the voice of Harris in the UK dub.
  • Richard Binsley as Rocket, a Jack Russell Terrier and inmate at Fuzzy Buddies obedience school who often chases his tail. Tom Fletcher provides the voice of Rocket in the UK dub.
  • Raoul Bhaneja as Dad
  • Saara Chaudry as Daughter
  • Kevin Duhaney as a window washer


When the PAW Patrol’s biggest rival, Mayor Humdinger, becomes Mayor of nearby Adventure City and starts wreaking havoc, Ryder and everyone’s favorite heroic pups kick into high gear to face the challenge head-on. While one of the pups must face his past in Adventure City, the team finds help from a new ally, the savvy dachshund Liberty. Together, armed with exciting new gadgets and gear, the PAW Patrol fights to save the citizens of Adventure City and stop Mayor Humdinger from destroying the bustling metropolis.

PAW Patrol: The Movie Movie Box Office Collection & Budget:

Budget$26 million
Worldwide CollectionT$151.4 million

About PAW Patrol: The Movie Movie:

Ronnen Harary announced that Spin Master Entertainment was “considering whether to extend the PAW Patrol franchise into feature films at some point in the next 12 to 24 months” in November 2017.

Development for the feature film based on PAW Patrol television series began in February 2020, with Brunker attached to direct, and Barlen and Frolick attached to write the screenplay.

From October 2020 to May 2021, the voice casting call began.

Production was done remotely in both the United States and Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The film was produced almost entirely in Canada; according to Brunker, “95 percent of everything” happened in Canada, with the exception being some audio recordings.

PAW Patrol: The Movie premiered at the Vue Leicester Square in London on August 8, 2021. It was also made available on Paramount+ on the same day in the United States. The film received generally positive reviews from critics for its animation, themes, characterization, soundtrack, and action sequences, but criticized for its screenplay, pacing, and focusing on the show’s merchandising arm, and became a box office success, grossing over $144 million worldwide against a production budget of $26 million.

A sequel, titled PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie, is scheduled to be released on September 2023, featuring elements from the Mighty Pups sub-theme of the main show.