Theatrical release poster.
|Release Date||October 23, 2011|
|Starring||Charles Martinet, Kazumi Totaka,|
Samantha Kelly, Deanna Mustard,
Caety Sagoian, Katsumi Suzuki,
|Ticket Price||$6 per person (Canadian Money)|
|Running Time||82 Minutes (Normal)|
|106 Minutes (Koopa Kollektor's Edition)|
Yoshi's Island is a 2011 computer-animated film based on the video game Yoshi's Island DS. The film features the voices of the cast from the game, with the exception of Baby Bowser (who is voiced by Caety Sagoian, the voice of Bowser Jr.) and Baby Donkey Kong (who is voiced by Katsumi Suzuki, the voice of Diddy Kong). The film was released in theatres everywhere on December 10, 2011 and on DVD and Blu-ray on March 28, 2012.
One day, while playing, Kamek flew down and stole 4 of the star children: Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Baby Peach and Baby Daisy. Shocked by this, Yoshi and his friend Birdo search off to take down Baby Bowser and Kamek, with the help of Baby Donkey Kong and Baby Wario.
Meanwhile, Bowser comes from the future to kidnap the Star Children and Yoshi and Birdo have to save the star children.
|Doc Shaw||Goomba 1|
|Mitchel Musso||Goomba 2|
|Freddie Prinze, Jr.||Various Goombas, Koopa Mystery Solver 1|
|Sarah Michelle Gellar||Various Koopas, Koopa Mystery Solver 2|
|Linda Cardellini||Koopa Mystery Solver 3|
|Matthew Lillard||Koopa Mystery Solver 4|
|Jeff Marsh||Roger the Potted Ghost|
|Dan Povenmire||Hookbill the Koopa|
|Peter Oldring||Salvo the Slime|
|Michael Sorich||Naval Piranha|
|Tara Strong||Raphael the Raven|
|Colin Murdock||Tap-Tap the Red Nose|
Yoshi's Island was released on March 28, 2012 on DVD and Blu-ray, and included a commentary by Charles Martinet (as Mario) and Kenny James (as Bowser) talking about the movie and the original ideas, 16 deleted scenes, a Yoshi's Island interactive tour, and a "Meet'n'Greet" character section.
A special edition of the movie, called Yoshi's Island: Koopa Kollektor's Edition was released on January 16, 2013 and included a Yoshi's Island soundtrack including 20 of the songs from Yoshi's Island and Yoshi's Island DS, along with a "History of Mario" book, 3 Yoshi posters and an extended scene that included a time travel forward in time, thanks to a Magikoopa.