Cross-Time Cafe is an animated comedy based on the long running webcomic of the same name.  It was produced by Columbia pictures, Point Grey, Dreamworks Productions, and made by using Toonboom Harmony.
Two popular long running webcomic heroes reopen the old Cross Time Cafe upon arriving at it.
- Emily Blunt - Florence
- Anne Hathaway - Jenny
- Kristen Wiig - Mizzkiti
- Channing Tatum - White Pony
- Rebel Wilson - Kathy
- Justin Timberlake - Jack
- Chris Pratt - Roy
- Alicia Silverstone - KY
- Josh Gad - Sam
- Bill Hader - TK
- Dave Franco - Earl McClaw
- Nick Jonas - Cecil
- Bob Morley - ScarletPelt
- Lucas Edwards - Helix
- Maya Roudolph - Beth
- Adam Sandler - Marmoe
- Christopher Lloyd - Batty
- Andrew Scott - Archae
- Sebastian Stan - Tiger_T
- Liam Neeson - Merlin
- Charlie Day - Tarin
- Jonah Hill - Reese
- Craig Robinson - Old Wolf
- Susan Sarandon - Emile
- Edward Norton - Wizzard
- Alicia Keys - Keheda
It plans release in Summer 2021.
A soundtrack will be released prior to the film.
- Take A Walk - Passion Pit
- Come And Get Your Love - Redbone
- Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen
- It's Tricky - Run D.m.c
- Ice Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice
- You Never Can Tell - Chuck Barry
- Automaton - Jamiroqoi
- Move It Like This - Baha Men
- I'm Not Alone - Calvin Harris
- Since U Been Gone - Kelly Clarkson
- Viva Las Vegas - Elvis Presley
- The Final Countdown - Europe
- Cyclone - Baby Bash with T-Pain
- Born This Way - Lady Gaga
- Closing Time - Semisonic
- Rock You Like A Hurricane - Scorpion
- Sex/ Nudity: Frequent Sex related references, nothing too severe though; it is implied a couple had sex twice; suggestive cleavage of clothing on some characters; a unicorn dances in a suggestive manner.
- Violence: mostly slapstick violence, nothing severe; all comical
- Profanity: creative insults (Jonny Freakinouter, Moog, etc); frequent uses of Hell, Damn and Ass (up to 13 each); bitch is used 4 times; shit is said 6 times (including one bull-); a few misuses of the Lord's name; a mild utterance of the F- word
- Alcohol/ drugs: A Unicorn acts like apples are his drugs; characters often smoke; bottles of alcohol are seen.
The film has scored a PG-13 Rating by language, sexual and suggestive references, and Mild comic action.