DIRECTED BY KYUNG HO LEE AND WONJAE LEE

Bling 2016

Bling

Directed by

Kyung Ho Lee
Wonjae Lee

Starring

Actor
Character
Jennette McCurdy
Sue
James Woods
Victor
Carla Gugino
Catherine
Jon Heder
Wilmer
Jason Mewes
Kit
Jason Kravits
Oscar
Jim Breuer
Mr. Glump
Lex Lang
OX King
Steve Kramer
Zang
Meira Blinkoff
Minitar
Asher Blinkoff
Minitar
Julian Zane Chowdhury
Minitar
Dave B. Mitchell
Police / Boxer
Alicyn Packard
Cancan Robot
Rena Strober
Computer Voice
Richard Epcar
Captain Black
Eva Bella
Young Sue
Zachary Alexander Rice
Young Sam
Derek Stephen Prince
Clerk
Cassandra Lee Morris
Additional Voices
Doug Erholtz
Additional Voices
Ezra Weisz
Additional Voices
Sandy Fox
Additional Voices
Richard Cansino
Additional Voices
Rebecca Forstadt
Additional Voices
Ellyn Stern
Additional Voices
Kaiji Tang
Additional Voices
Nikki Ghisel
Additional Voices
Phil Morris
Additional Voices
Rick Federman
Additional Voices
Geoffrey Cantor
Additional Voices
Michelle Withfield
Additional Voices
Phil La'Marr
Additional Voices
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 82 minutes (1 hrs 22 mins)
UK BBFC Age Rating:  PG age rating
MPAA Age Rating: Bling PG age rating 
US release date US release: 6th May 2016

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