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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Ben 10 vs The Universe: The Movie’ Animatic Clip ‘Ben Saves the Incurseans’

In the new animated feature now available both on DVD and Digital, Ben Tennyson is back in an intergalactic alien-fighting adventure, from Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

Ben Tennyson has returned to the alien-fighting scene, taking on the entire universe this time in the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment global release, Ben 10 vs. The Universe: The Movie, available today on DVD and Digital. Follow the alien-transforming kid hero with all-new powers and settings on this intergalactic adventure, filled with action-packed bonus content including Animatics, exclusive to the DVD.

The action-packed movie focuses on a blast from Ben’s past returning to do double the damage on Team Tennyson and planet Earth itself, forcing Ben to go interstellar to save the day. Meanwhile, Gwen and Grandpa Max team up to help protect the world in Ben’s absence. But when our boy hero is confused for the villain in space, Ben must figure out a way to get back to Earth to help save it! 

Check out this exclusive clip, “Ben Saves the Incurseans,” from one of the bonus animatics included on the DVD:

After 15 successful years, the Ben 10 franchise continues to thrive around the world,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, WBHE Senior Vice President, Originals, Animation & Family Marketing.  “From its Emmy Award-winning series to its robust toy line from Bandai, merchandise in all forms have all combined to generate more than $4.5 billion in global retail sales to date. We know that fans and newcomers alike will want to own this latest installment in the franchise’s home entertainment catalog to add to their Ben 10 collections.”

Ben 10 is produced by Cartoon Network Studios and created, and executive produced by Man of Action Entertainment (Big Hero 6, Generator Rex), with John Fang (Mixels, Generator Rex) as executive producer.

Ben 10 vs. The Universe: The Movie carries a suggested retail price of $14.99 for Digital, $19.99 for the DVD ($24.99 in Canada), and is rated TV-Y7. 

Digital is available from various retailers including iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, Vudu, PlayStation, Xbox and others.

Source: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

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