Wedding Peach is a 2011 American computer-animated action fantasy romance comedy film directed by Dave Filoni and produced by Lucasfilm, with feature animation by Lucasfilm Animation and Industrial Light & Magic in association with OLM Digital. The film's screenplay was written by George Lucas, from the manga of the same name by Sukehiro Tomita and Nao Yazawa. The score was composed by John Williams, Kevin Kiner and Harry Gregson-Williams.

Wedding Peach is the first Lucasfilm Animation production that is not part of the Star Wars franchise, although the three Star Wars characters did appear as talking cameo appearances, predating Strange Magic.

The film was released by Paramount Pictures on May 25, 2011 to mixed to positive reviews.


Momoko Hanasaki, along with her friends Yuri Tanima and Hinagiku Tamano, are members of the newspaper club where they mostly cover the school's soccer team and all have a crush on the star player Kazuya Yanagiba. On their way home from school one day, they are attacked by a devil by the name of Pluie who is a servant to the high ruler of the devil world, Raindevila.

When her friends are hypnotized into attacking Momoko, a beautiful man comes down from the sky named Limone, who is from the angel world and gives Momoko a compact case. Opening the compact, she is told by Aphrodite, the ruler of the angel world, that she is one of the legendary Love Angels, Wedding Peach. Momoko transforms into Wedding Peach and manages to snap her friends out of Pluie's control.

Over the course of the film, Yuri and Hinagiku also find out that they are also love angels and the three must protect the humans from the devils and defeat Raindevila.

Release Date

  • May 25, 2011

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