Open Season 3

Open Season 3 Information

Open Season 3 is a 2010 American computer-animated comedy film. It is the third and final installment in the Open Season film series, following Open Season (2006) and Open Season 2 (2008). The film was directed by Cody Cameron, and produced by Sony Pictures Animation and Reel FX Creative Studios. It theatrically premiered in Russia on October 21, 2010, and was released as a direct-to-video in the United States on January 25, 2011.

Most of the previous actors reprised their roles, with the exception of Joel McHale, Mike Epps, Jane Krakowski, Billy Connolly, and Jon Favreau. They are joined by new characters that are voiced by Matthew J. Munn, Melissa Sturm, Dana Snyder, Karley Scott Collins, Ciara Bravo, Harrison Fahn, and Cody Cameron.


Boog plans an annual guys trip to spend time with his male friends. However, Elliot has distanced himself from him since he had started a family. Boog is disappointed since everyone else wants to spend time with their families which makes Boog go on a trip of his own, which leads him to a Russian traveling circus.

While in the circus, Boog meets Doug, a lazy, scruffy grizzly bear who is tired of performing in the circus on the sidelines. He craves recognition as a full-fledged king of the forest, the ruler of wildlife. Doug convinces Boog to switch his life in the forest for Doug's place at the circus. Boog accepts the offer, but the whole thing turns out a scam since all Doug wants to do was escape.

Meanwhile, Boog falls madly in love with Ursa, a female grizzly bear who was born in Russia and can effortlessly walk on a tightrope, juggle and dance. When the couple begin working together, they obtain much more as a harmonious duet than it might seem at first glance. When Boog's pals find out about Boog's disappearance, they, as well as the pets put aside their differences and hatch a rescue mission to save Boog.

Boog's friends arrive at the circus. They want Boog to return home, but he does not want to leave Ursa. Suddenly, Doug arrives and apologizes to Boog for tricking him. While Doug performs the circus acts for the audience, Elliot tells Boog that he can stay at the circus if he wants to. Boog does not want to leave Ursa or Elliot, so he convinces Ursa to go live in the forest with them.

Ursa enjoys life in the forest. The guys finally go on the guys trip and sing Willie Nelson's "On the Road Again." In a post-credits scene, Alistair and Doug are enjoying their tour around the world.


  • Matthew J. Munn as Boog / Doug
  • Matthew W. Taylor as Elliot / Ian / Reilly / Buddy / Deni
  • Melissa Sturm as Giselle / Ursa
  • Dana Snyder as Alistair, a Spanish llama and Doug's best friend, even though he annoys Doug sometimes. Alistair's traits are being neurotic and always spitting whenever he talks. He has a girlfriend named Carmen, whom he is eager to meet with again back in Russia.
  • Karley Scott Collins as Gisela, one of Elliot's daughters.
  • Ciara Bravo as Giselita, one of Elliot's daughters.
  • Harrison Fahn as Elvis, Elliot's son.
  • André Sogliuzzo as McSquizzy
  • Cody Cameron as Mr. Weenie / Nate, an Old English Sheepdog
  • Danny Mann as Serge
  • Crispin Glover as Fifi
  • Steve Schirripa as Roberto
  • Fred Stoller as Stanley
  • Sean Mullen as Roger
  • Georgia Engel as Bobbie
  • Nika Futterman as Rosie
  • Michelle Murdocca as Maria


Open Season 3 was animated at Reel FX Creative Studios, which also did animation for Open Season 2.


Like Open Season 2, the movie was released theatrically in different countries:

  • Russia - October 21, 2010
  • Kazakhstan - October 21, 2010
  • Mexico - October 29, 2010
  • Turkey - December 3, 2010
  • Lebanon - December 16, 2010
  • United Arab Emirates - December 23, 2010
  • Greece - February 24, 2011
  • Colombia - March 18, 2011

Home media

The film was released on DVD, Blu-ray, and UMD Video in the USA on January 25, 2011.


Open Season 3 received mostly unfavorable reviews by critics and consumers, stating that it was composed of " actors, horrible story writing, and poor directing". One reviewer said, "This tiresomely predictable tale exemplifies everything that's wrong about straight-to-DVD animated sequels to big-budget mainstream films: the plot is utterly predictable and rehashes a lot of beats from the original effort, the major voice actors have been replaced by poor substitutes and the quality of the animation has dropped dramatically (most of the visuals are on the level of a video game or one of those cheap CGI Saturday morning TV shows)".

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