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Entertainment Rick and Morty season 5 release date speculation, new footage, theories, and more

15:53  27 july  2020
15:53  27 july  2020 Source:   gamesradar.com

Rick and Morty season 5 release date speculation, production update, theories, and more

  Rick and Morty season 5 release date speculation, production update, theories, and more From possible release windows to exclusive quotes, here's everything we know about Rick and Morty's next seasonBut that might not be the case. We’ve combed through pretty much everything said from creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, the cast, and even spoke to some of the major players ourselves to find out what’s really going on with Rick and Morty season 5. It's all here in our complete guide.

Rick and Morty season 5 trailer: When will we see it? During a recent Adult Swim convention, which ran during Comic-Con@Home, we were treated to an animatic of a scene Rick and Morty narrowly escaped a big alien monster, but their ship was damaged as a result and it looked like the end was nigh.

Season 5 is the upcoming fifth season of Rick and Morty . It is currently unknown when it will premiere and how many episodes it will have. Season 5 will have at least 5 episodes confirmed from Jeff Loveness's Twitter post about leaving the Rick and Morty writing team.

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Rick and Morty season 5 is already up and rolling. We weren’t expecting any new news for quite some time given the Adult Swim’s knack for dragging out the gap between seasons, but they dropped the first-ever look at season 5 this weekend – you can watch that below.

Beyond that, there’s plenty more for you to discover when it comes to Rick and Morty season 5. We’ve combed through interviews and even talked to some of the cast ourselves to get you the lowdown on when you can expect new episodes to air, how things are going in lockdown, and even some of our favourite theories.

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Footage from Rick and Morty season 5 has emerged, featuring shots at Marvel, DC, and Rick and Morty season 5 plot: new episode script and the cast reveal what they want to happen next. Earlier this week, Project Veritas released the first of what it promised would be many shocking revelations

Rick and Morty season 5 is en route to a streaming service near you, and work on that and next There's plenty more Rick and Morty to come: there are enough episodes planned out to take us to a In the footage above we can see the pair in a bad way, as they hurtle to what seems like Earth in

Watch the first scene from Rick and Morty season 5 now

As first looks go, they don't get much better than this. Footage from Rick and Morty season 5 has emerged, featuring shots at Marvel, DC, and even the introduction of Rick's new nemesis.

The Rick and Morty season 5 “First Look” begins with Morty carrying a badly wounded Rick to safety on his ship – but not before the mad scientist catches a glimpse of a parallel universe where he and his grandson are Blade-style vampire hunters. Later, Morty discovers that Jessica does, in fact, like him and invites him round for a date. One small problem: he’s hurtling towards the Earth and is mid-crash landing when Jessica calls.

While the pair survive the crash, it’s simply a case of going out of the frying pan or into the fire – or should that be ocean? That’s because Rick is confronted by his supposed nemesis, the Aquaman rip-off, Mr. Nimbus.

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Rick and Morty season 4 wrapped up with the reveal that Rick had indeed cloned Beth, and sent Each season of Rick and Morty typically saves ongoing storylines for the first and/or last episode, with She has lived and studied in New York and Toronto, but ultimately returned home so that she

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While it's as-yet-unfinished, it's clear that the trademark pop-culture riffing and irreverent humour still remains for season 5.

Rick and Morty season 5 update: Dan Harmon outlines how they're working in times of lockdown

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Rick and Morty's fifth season is being worked on in circumstances that even the dimension-hopping pair would think is a little too 'out there.'

Dan Harmon told The Wrap of how Rick and Morty is being produced in times of lockdown: "the writers are working on Season 5 in two-hour blocks through Zoom."

Sounds hellish? Maybe, though Harmon admits "there are a lot of things that are better about a Zoom writers’ room, and they are balanced out by things that are worse," including female writers on staff having a greater chance to have their say without fear of interruption, mainly because (as anyone who has done a virtual meeting recently will know), it only really works when one person is speaking at a time.

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Season 5 of Rick and Morty is on its way, and faster than previous seasons. While Comic-Con was much smaller this year, Adult Swim had a series of live streams, including one with Dan Harmon and some of the major cast of Rick and Morty including Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, and Spencer

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No Rick and Morty season 5 release date (yet) – but all signs point to a much shorter wait

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No Rick and Morty season 5 release date yet – but expect the series to arrive far, far sooner than the two-year gap between the end of season 3 (October 2017) and the start of season 4 in November 2019.

That’s mostly thanks to Adult Swim ordering 70 episodes of Rick and Morty back in 2018. Season 4 made up 10 of that batch, meaning 60 more episodes (likely six more seasons) are in the pipeline.

Importantly, that means there’s less of a wait in-between new seasons. Where Roiland and Harmon were once twiddling their thumbs waiting for the show to be picked up again, work can start almost immediately on season 5.

And wouldn’t you just know it, that’s exactly the case. Roiland confirmed in an interview with Slash Film that season 5 is “mostly in the can” though “[the animation team] are still gonna be reworking when the animatics come back, so that can extend the process.”

Oddly, Sarah Chalke is at odds with that timeline, telling Digital Spy: "So, season 5, we haven't read yet. They're writing it already. But as it stands, we are going to most likely hold off on recording until things settle down a little bit, in terms of when… you know, maybe if there was an option that we could possibly record back at the studio.

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Still, some news is better than no news, even if it is a little muddled. The half-season break that bisected season 4 was interminable, so the pace should pick up nicely, even with the spectre of the COVID-19 pandemic looming large over the creative process.

Spencer Grammer (Summer) even told the Talking Simpsons podcast that working-from-home is always an option for the show.

“We’ll continue to have pickups, we always do that for the show… I have a great closet, fully ready for an impromptu recording,” Grammer said.

Chris Parnell (Jerry) even told us that he thinks there’s “going to be less of a wait” for season 5 and beyond. Parnell added: “One lucky thing is our show is animated in Canada, primarily, so they don’t have some of the same restrictions we might if our show was animated in the Asian countries where things have been a little more locked down.”

The throughline for all of these quotes from the cast and creative team is Rick and Morty season 5 is almost certainly going to coming quicker than anticipated. Whether that’s late 2020 (unlikely, but you never know) or in 2021 remains to be seen, but we’ll update you as soon as we hear more.

Rick and Morty season 5 cast: the same as it ever was

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As far as we know, the Rick and Morty season 5 cast will remain exactly the same as those that have come before it – at least in terms of the main players.

Rick and Morty shares an unusual first look at season 5 at Comic-Con

  Rick and Morty shares an unusual first look at season 5 at Comic-Con Prepare to meet Rick's nemesis.In the midst of Comic-Con@Home, Adult Swim decided to host its very own convention via Twitch, with Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon and cast members Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammer, and Chris Parnell all beaming in via webcam for the show's very own panel.

Justin Roiland is (obviously) back as both Rick and Morty. Sarah Chalke will continue voicing Beth while, similarly, Chris Parnell (Jerry) and Spencer Grammer (Summer) are also back.

Expect to see some famous faces crop up, too. Season 4 saw the likes of Thor: Love and Thunder director Taika Waititi and Sam Neill drop on by for bit-part roles. No guest stars have been confirmed for season 5 as of writing though.

Rick and Morty season 5 plot: new episode script and the cast reveal what they want to happen next

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Rick and Morty season 4 ended with the reveal that Beth may not be who she thought she was. We think? It's confusing, but Rick and Morty's clone saga will likely continue on into season 5, as will the commotion surrounding the return of Birdperson, now renamed Phoenixperson and lying dormant in Rick's garage.

The first glimpse of anything to do with upcoming Rick and Morty season 5 episodes arrived in the form of a few obscured pictures on Twitter.

Posted by show writer Jeff Loveness (who’s now working on Ant-Man 3), the series of scripts showed that Loveness will be working on "501," potentially the season 5 premiere. Good luck trying to decipher the redacted portion, though. At least that's something to do in the meantime.

Beyond that, there’s nothing official out there when it comes to the plot of the new season. The show’s meta-commentary on not wanting to return to old favourites, such as "Interdimensional Cable", could hint that we’re in for something entirely new, however.

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Spencer Grammer, who plays Summer on the show, revealed to us in a recent interview she’s been pitching the creative team some ideas for future episodes: “When we had our season premiere party for the first cycle of season 4 I’m like ‘Can we have a Summer episode where she runs a cult? What about a Summer episode where she becomes Rick?’”

On what they want to see from their characters in future, Grammer and Parnell shared their hopes for Summer and Jerry respectively.

Grammer said, “I do always want to see Summer become more evil and sociopathic and more narcissistic for sure. I think that makes her really, really interesting. I also really like for Rick to give her more responsibility in the context of him being able to pull things over in the family.”

Parnell, meanwhile, wants Jerry to be, well, less Jerry: “There’s a lot of room to explore Jerry’s competence, because we haven’t seen a lot of that. So, I think it’d be fun to see Jerry really excelling and succeeding and doing well, even if it’s a particular dimension that’s obviously an abnormality compared to the one we live in. That’d be fun.”

Rick and Morty season 5 theories: will Evil Morty return?

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While Rick and Morty has mostly rejected a serialised format in favour of one-off episodes, one of our favourite Rick and Morty theories could have ramifications for season 5.

One Redditor posits an idea that could certainly rear its ugly, eyepatched head in future. Namely, the "Vat of Acid" episode isn’t our Morty from the C-137 dimension. No – the Morty that Rick taught a valuable lesson (resulting in the deaths of not only thousands of parallel universe Mortys but also his soulmate) might actually become the Evil Morty we love to hate. It’d certainly make for a compelling origin story, if nothing else, and would only add to the high-concept drama and obsession with sci-fi tropes such as the multiverse that the show loves to spoof.

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