|Release Date: August 19th, 2016 (China)|
Running Time: 1 Hour, 38 Minutes
Genre: Animation, Family, Fantasy
Character: Little Fish (voice)
Directed By: Yuefeng Song
Written By: Bill Borden & Roger Soffer
Produced By: Bill Borden
Distributed By: Beijing Enlight Pictures (China)
After years of war and devastation, peace returns to the mythical land of Altera. The human hero of the war, Lambert, finally reunites with his true love, the beautiful Elf girl Liya, at the grand wedding of Elf Princess Nerwin, much to the displeasure of those closest to them. The prospect of a union between human and elf is quickly overshadowed by news of Princess Nerwin’s bitter rival, Dark Elf Elena’s discovery of the dangerous and powerful Black Dragon gem. A gem so powerful it allows its holder complete authority over the peaceful citizens of Altera. Soon after this discovery, Elena kidnaps Princess Nerwin, holding her prisoner as she sets about her evil plans. So begins an epic quest as Lambert and Liya don their weapons and team up with a roguish band of heroes in a battle between humans and beasts, good and evil and love and hatred to, once and for all, restore peace to Altera.
- Ryan Potter as Little Fish
- Ashley Boettcher as Princess Liya
- Anika Noni Rose as Meyla
- Julie Nathanson as Queen Mayre
- Gavin Hammon as Prince Alyan
— This is an Excerpt from the film, also the first 2 minutes.
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- This was Ryan’s second time voice acting after voicing “Hiro” in Big Hero 6 (2014).
- “Throne of Elves” is a sequel to “Dragon Nest”, where both are based off the Dragon Nest video game.
- The movie is in the point of view of Little Fish.
- Despite being a sequel, certain characters names were changed in the second version. (Ryan’s version)
- “Throne of Elves” drew 23.4 Million (Chinese Yuan) at the Box Office, which roughly translates to 3.3 Million (USD)
- The movie was in production for 666 days and took 428 people to complete.
- There was contract disputes and upon the contract expiring with Shanda, the film is marketed as a standalone.
- The original release date was August 12th, 2016, but was pushed back to August 19th, 2016 for unknown reasons.
- It was released in 2D & 3D.