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Steven Universe is Getting a Movie!

As part of their ludicrously amazing panel at San Diego Comic-Con (that aired a new episode and nope I’m not jealous, just please give it to me), the Steven Universe cast and crew revealed a Steven Universe movie coming to Cartoon Network. That’s right, movie-length, continuous storytelling from the Crewniverse. Get hype.

The teaser trailer only consists of 19 seconds of character portraits inside a crystal heart, but we wouldn’t be use if we couldn’t speculate for hours about what this teaser revealed. Most important of all is the couple of seconds we get of what appears to be the villain. While shrouded in silhouette, fans are already speculating who this may be. I think it looks like Holly Blue Agate. Or at least an Agate of some kind, if not her specifically. Could we be getting a movie as a way of bringing the Famethyst to Earth? A fan can dream.

If not an Agate, perhaps this will be a Yellow-loyal soldier chasing the off-colors? The laugh also sounded kind of like Aquamarine, even if the silhouette doesn’t match her. Who knows, they may bring all of these characters into the fold. Think about the amount of content Steven Universe manages in 11 minutes and then literally expand it 10x. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Crewniverse manages to cram the Famethyst, the Zoo, the Off-Colors, Topaz and Aquamarine, and something we don’t even know about into this move and make it perfect.

Whatever the case, I cannot wait. The Crewniverse tore the house down today. What are your obsessive overanalyses of these brief 19 seconds? What are you expecting of the Steven Universe movie? Let us know in the comments.


Images courtesy of Cartoon Network

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