Tom and Jerry: Charlotte's Web is an upcoming direct-to-DVD animated musical drama film featuring the characters Tom and Jerry, The film is produced by Turner Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures (WarnerMedia Byline), Warner Bros. Animation, Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Hanna Barbera, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment. This film is coming soon on DVD. Based on Tom and Jerry by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and Charlotte's Web by E.B. White.
Tom and Jerry chase each other all over the Arable farm. But the duo prove to be useful when they warn Fern about her father farmer John Arable deciding to "do away with" the runt of a litter of piglets. Fern, Tom, Jerry, Tuffy and Quacker intervene, telling him that it is absurd to kill him just because he is smaller than the others. John decides to spare him and let her raise him as a pet. She nurtures him lovingly, naming him Wilbur. Six weeks later, he, due to being a spring pig, has matured, and John tells Fern that he has to be sold (his siblings were already sold). Fern persuades Tom and Jerry to put their rivalry aside and work on protecting Wilbur from harm. She sadly says good-bye as he is sold down the street to her uncle, Homer Zuckerman. At Homer's farm, a goose coaxes a sullen Wilbur to speak his first words. Although delighted at this new ability, he still yearns for companionship. He attempts to get the goose to play with him, but she declines on the condition that she has to hatch her goslings. He also tries asking a rat named Templeton to play with him, but Templeton's only interests are spying, hiding, and eating. He then wants to play with a lamb, but her father says sheep do not play with pigs. At last, Wilbur asks Tom and Jerry to play with him. The ram says because it is only a matter of time before they are slaughtered and turned into smoked bacon and ham. Horrified at this depressing discovery, Wilbur reduces himself to tears while Tom, Jerry, Tuffy and Quacker try to cheer him up until a mysterious voice tells him to "chin up", and wait until morning to reveal herself to him. The following morning, she reveals herself to be a spider named Charlotte A. Cavatica, living on a web overlooking his pig pen. She tells him that she will come up with a plan guaranteed to spare his life.
Later, the goose's goslings hatch. One of them, named Jeffrey, befriends Wilbur. Eventually, Charlotte reveals her plan to "play a trick on Zuckerman", and consoles Wilbur to sleep. The next morning, Homer's farm assistant, Lurvy, sees the words, SOME PIG, spun within Charlotte's web. The incident attracts publicity among Homer's neighbors who deem the praise to be a miracle. The publicity eventually dies down, and Charlotte requests the barn animals to devise a new word to spin within her web. After several suggestions, the goose suggests the phrase, TERRIFIC! TERRIFIC! TERRIFIC!, though Charlotte decides to shorten it to one TERRIFIC. The incident becomes another media sensation, though Homer still desires to slaughter Wilbur. For the next message, Charlotte then employs Templeton to pull a word from a magazine clipping at the dump for inspiration, in which he returns the word, RADIANT, ripped from a soap box to spin within her web. Following this, Homer decides to enter Wilbur in the county fair for the summer. Charlotte reluctantly decides to accompany him, though Templeton at first has no interest in doing so until the goose tells him about all the food there. After one night there, Charlotte sends Templeton to the trash pile on another errand to gather another word for her next message, in which he returns with the word, HUMBLE. The next morning, Wilbur awakens to find Charlotte has spun an egg sac containing her unborn offspring, and the following afternoon, the word, HUMBLE, is spun. However, Fern's brother, Avery, discovers another pig named Uncle has won first place, though the county fair staff decides to hold a celebration in honor of Homer's miraculous pig, and rewards him $25 and a gold medal. he then announces that he will allow Wilbur to "live to a ripe old age".
Exhausted from laying eggs and writing words, Charlotte tells Wilbur she will remain at the fair to die. Not willing to let her children be abandoned, Wilbur has Templeton retrieve her egg sac to take back to the farm, just before she dies much to sadness of Tom, Jerry, Tuffy and Quacker. Once he returns to Homer's farm, he guards the egg sac until the winter. The next spring, Charlotte's 514 children are hatched, but leave the farm, causing Wilbur to become saddened to the point of wanting to run away. Just as he is about to do so, the ram points out that three of them did not fly away. Pleased at finding new friends, he names them Joy, Nellie, and Aranea, but as much as he loves them, they will never replace the memory of Charlotte.
At the end of the film, they going to back to chase Jerry around the Arable farm, Jerry went on the Arable farm roof and they making a funny faces and showing him his brown-buttocks, little tail and he Wiggle his butt and tail at Tom. After that Tom was very angry and red faces and he climb to the Arable farm roof to get Jerry Mouse with a broom and run away from the Arable farm.
- Wilbur: a pig who lived with Fern and Later he lived on Homer's farm.
- Charlotte: a female spider
- Templeton: a care-free, egotistical rat who lives at Homer's farm.
- Gwen: a female goose who befriended Wilbur. She is Wilbur's friend and Jeffrey's mother.
- Jeffrey: a young gosling who is Wilbur's best friend and Gwen's son.
- Old Sheep:
- Baby Lamb:
- Nellie: one of Charlotte's three daughters
- Joy: one of Charlotte's three daughters
- Aranea: one of Charlotte's three daughters
- Fern Arable:
- Mr. Zuckerman:
- Richard Kind as Tom
- Frank Welker as Jerry
- Kath Soucie as Tuffy
- Sam Kwasman as Quacker
- David Berrn as Wilbur
- Tress MacNeille as Charlotte
- Jeff Bennett as Templeton
- Laraine Newman as Gwen
- Tom Kenny as Jeffrey
- Jim Cummings as Old Sheep
- E. G. Daily as Baby Lamb
- Amanda Bynes as Nellie
- Anndi McAfee as Joy
- Maria Bamford as Aranea
- Debi Derryberry as Fern Arable
- Jerry Houser as Mr. Zuckerman
- Rated G.
- Suggested Running Times: 100 Minutes (NTSC), 96 Minutes (PAL).
- This is a crossover between Tom and Jerry and Charlotte's Web (1973 film)