|Pretty Cure Splash Star|
|Directed by||Clint Eastwood|
|Produced by|| Joel B. Michaels|
|Written by|| Screenplay:|
|Starring|| Emma Watson|
Daniel Radcliffe (voice)
Aracely Arambula (voice)
|Music by||Brian Tyler|
|Editing by||Joel Cox|
|Studio|| Malpaso Productions|
|Distributed by|| Walt Disney Pictures|
|Release date(s)||December 25 2009|
|Running time||384 min.|
|Country|| United Kingdom|
|Preceded by||Pretty Cure Max Heart|
|Followed by||Yes! Pretty Cure 5|
Pretty Cure Splash Star is a 2009 action/fantasy motion picture based on the same-name Japanese animated magical girl series. Directed by Clint Eastwood, the film features Emma Watson and Daveigh Chase as two new Cures. The film was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Carolco Pictures in association with Eastwood's company, Malpaso Productions, and Interscope Communications.
- Emma Watson as Saki Hyuuga/Cure Bloom/Cure Bright; Honoka Yukishiro (cameo)
- Daveigh Chase as Mai Mishou/Cure Egret/Cure Windy
- Aracely Arambula as Choppy (voice)
- Gael Garcia Bernal as Moerumba
- Franco Columbu as Kintoleski
- Penelope Cruz as Fupu (voice)
- John Glover as Karehaan
- Julian Glover as DoroDoron
- Keiko Kitagawa as Princess Filia
- Lucy Liu as Ms. Shitataare
- Sergi López as Gooyan
- Marilyn Manson as Akudaikaan
- Daniel Radcliffe as Flappy (voice)
- Unax Ugalde as Mupu (voice)
- Jessica Sumpter as Michiru Kiryuu
- Chisaki Hama as Kaoru Kiryuu
- Rupert Grint as Nagisa Misumi (cameo)
- Danielle Panabaker as Hikari Kujo (cameo)
- The song playing in one of the theatrical trailers is The Beginning is the End is the Beginning by Smashing Pumpkins.
- Rupert Grint, Emma Watson (who also plays Cure Bloom), and Danielle Panabaker make cameo appearences as their respective Max Heart characters in the closing scene where Nagisa Misumi talks with Kaoru Kiryuu.
- The first Pretty Cure film to be filmed digitally.
The film premiered at Wembley Stadium on October 14, 2009. The film opened everywhere in anaglyphic 3-D (standard projection), IMAX 3-D (IMAX screens), and Real D (digital projection) on December 25, 2009. The film is rated PG for "high-octane fantasy violence, scary moments and some language", although, like its predecesor, due to its abnormally dark nature (for both a PG film and the Pretty Cure franchise), the wording for the PG rating used "pre-teenagers" like in the '70s instead of the more commonly used "children". The film is scheduled for a home video release by Carolco Home Video in 2010.