The Fairly OddParents: Meet the OddParents

Directed by

Chris Wedge

Produced by

Butch Hartman

Written by

Ray DeLaurentis

Kevin Sullivan


Jacob Hopkins

Daran Norris

Susanne Blakeslee

Tara Strong

Music by

John Debney

Production company

Billionfold, Inc.

Frederator Studios

Nickelodeon Movies

Paramount Animation

Distributed by

Paramount Pictures

Release date

January 10, 2016

Running time

84 minutes

The Fairly OddParents: Meet the OddParents (sometimes known as simply Meet the OddParents) is a 2016 American computer-animated comedy-fantasy-drama film based on The Fairly OddParents, most notably it's 2011 episode Meet the OddParents. Tara Strong, Daran Norris and Susanne Blakeslee return as the voices of Poof, Cosmo/Mr. Turner/Jorgen and Wanda/Mrs. Turner, while Timmy Turner was voiced by Jacob Hopkins instead. Other voices were Charles Martinet, Carlos Alazraqui, Eric Bauza, Lara Jill Miller and Dee Bradley Baker. The film was released on January 10, 2016.

Plot Edit

A retelling of The Fairly OddParents episode Meet the OddParents. 10-year old Timmy Turner accidentally reveals his fairies to his parents on purpose, so he has to introduce Cosmo, Wanda and Poof to Mr. and Mrs. Turner. However, Da Rules say that if you reveal your fairies to anyone else, you lose them forever. Luckily, Timmy has a good idea to keep Jorgen from finding out so he can keep his fairies. Now that Timmy's parents know about Cosmo, Wanda and Poof, they can use them to grant their own wishes.

Cast Edit

Main Edit

  • Jacob Hopkins as Timmy Turner (replacing Tara Strong who still voices Poof)
  • Susanne Blakeslee as Wanda and Mrs. Turner
  • Daran Norris as Cosmo, Mr. Turner and Jorgen von Strangle
  • Tara Strong as Poof

Minor Edit

  • Charles Martinet as Christopher Columbus
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Sheldon Dinkleberg
  • Johnny Depp as Pirate
  • Jeanette McCurdy as Guitar
  • Frank Welker as Cat
  • Danny Jacobs as Golf Ball

Notes Edit

  • This is the first time in FOP history since 1998's Fairly OddParents short in Oh Yeah! Cartoons in which Timmy is voiced by a different actor (Jacob Hopkins) and also the first time he is voiced by a male and not a female.
  • Animation for the film was produced at Devastudios, Inc.
  • Christopher Columbus was voiced by Charles Martinet in this film. Martinet also voiced Mario in the Super Mario video games.
  • In the opening sequence, Cosmo and Wanda poof up the Nickelodeon Movies logo which is superimposed over the first scene.
    • Also, in the Paramount Pictures logo shown before the Nickelodeon Movies logo, the stars are replaced with shineless fairy wand stars and they shine when they circle the mountain.