‘The Loud House Movie’: Netflix Release Date & What We Know So Far

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The Loud House Movie – Picture: Nickelodeon/Netflix

The Nickelodeon and Netflix production The Loud House Movie is finally set to release on Netflix over the course of Summer 2021. Here’s everything you need to know about the feature film so far. 

The feature film is just one of four Netflix has acquired in the past few years from Nickelodeon. The first two released in 2019 with two more set to release in 2021 with one of which being The Loud House Movie.

Let’s quickly recap the development of this movie as it’s been known in some form since March 2017. In that initial announcement, The Loud House Movie was one of many movies announced and was originally planned for February 7th, 2020. It was around a year before the movie was due to release that Netflix announced it had picked up the movie.

In June 2019, we got word that Kevin Sullivan had completed the “Writer’s first draft” for the movie. In a post on social media, Sullivan stated:

“Now that the first draft is done, I think I can announce (without jinxing myself) that for the last few months I’ve had the privelege of writing The Loud House Movie for Nickelodeon and Netflix. I really hope I haven’t jinxed myself because I’m excited to dive into the next draft and keep pushing this hilarious, heartwarming and crazy story foward.”

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The Loud House Movie Script

Here’s how Netflix describes the movie:

“In Nickelodeon’s The Loud House Movie, the biggest family on television goes on the biggest Loud family vacation ever! The adventure follows the Loud family to Scotland where they discover that they are descendants of Scottish royalty.”


First Look at The Loud House Movie on Netflix

Through various screenshot releases and a teaser uploaded to the main Netflix page (although not posted onto official Netflix outlets as of yet), we’ve got a fairly good look at what the movie has in store for us.

The first teaser was uploaded to Netflix in late April 2021.

From the trailer, we were able to grab a number of screens.

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Who will voice characters and involved in The Loud House Movie?

Kevin Sullivan is listed as a writer, along with Brian Oliver and Amanda Rynda as executive producers. Karen Malach and Phil Roman are listed as producers. Chris Savino isn’t believed to have involvement in the film beyond being listed as the creator of the original characters due to his firing in October 2017.

Jonathan Hylander will return as the composer for the movie carrying on from his time on the series. Ashley Kliment is listed as art director.

Although listed as rumored, much of the main cast from the original is expected to return for the feature film.

Names included are:

  • Catherine Taber as Lori Loud
  • Grey Griffin as Lola, Lana, and Lily Loud
  • Liliana Mumy as Leni Loud
  • Nika Futterman as Luna Loud
  • Jessica DiCiccio as Lynn and Lucy Loud
  • Lara Jill Miller as Lisa Loud
  • Jill Talley as Mom

So, in short, expect the majority of the team behind the TV series to be involved with the movie.


When will The Loud House Movie release on Netflix?

For a while, the release date was expected to be in 2020 but the clock eventually ran out and was pushed into 2021.

In a Fandom post (h/t NickAlive!), a user by the name of Jaiden VonFlatern posted a private exchange with Kevin Sullivan who states that Netflix will air it in April but prefaced that with “hopefully”. This sadly wasn’t the case for the movie.

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Private messages with Kevin Sullivan – Picture: Fandom

Now into May 2021, the movie has yet to be lined up for any official date although was featured in Netflix’s summer 2021 movie preview list.

If you want to get notified by Netflix as and when the title gets a release date and releases, be sure to hit the remind me button on the show’s official page.

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