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Smash Bros: Age of Mewtwo
Super Smash Bros™- Age of Mewtwo
Directed by Fireball Studios
Nintendo
Produced by Nintendo
Written by Masahiro Sakurai
Starring TBA
Music by Nintendo
Fireball Studios
Starring TBA
Cinematography Nintendo
Edited by Nintendo
Production Company Nintendo
Distributed by Fireball Studios
Release Dates TBA
Running time TBA
Country United States
Japan
Language English
Japan
 Super Smash Bros: Age of Mewtwo or commonly known as Smash Bros: Age of Mewtwo  (スマッシュブラザーズ:ミュウツーの年齢 Sumasshuburazāzu: Myuutsū no nenrei?) is a Future Crossover film based on Super Smash Bros. 4 produced and distributed by Nintendo and Fireball Studios. It is based around the Mewtwo DLC that happened in 2015. The film was written and directed by Masahiro Sakurai, the creator of Super Smash Bros. In Smash Bros: Age of Mewtwo, the team fights Mewtwo, a psychic legendary pokemon cloned from mew who seeks to destroy all of the other fighters in the nintendo universe to become the ultimate nintendo character in the universe and enslave those who are apart of it too.

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  • as Master Hand: A all-seeing and all hearing giant hand with the same name.
  • as Toon Link: A Child-version of the Adult Link. He is Link's alternate ego of himself.
  • as Mewtwo:

Mewtwo is a bipedal feline-like Pokémon. Its appearance is loosely based on Mew, with a more of a mutated humanoid look in addition to its feline traits. Its body is purple and it has three fingers on each hand. Mewtwo projects a faint purple aura when at full power. As evidence to its immense power, Mewtwo is by far one of the most domineering Pokémon in the series. Proven in the first Pokémon movie, Mewtwo holds a large degree of pride in its personality. In fact its general nature is soo complex that it borderlines that of human levels, with it capable of learning and evolving just to get the upper hand in battle. Indeed Mewtwo's title of "The worlds most powerful Pokémon" shouldn't be undermined.

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