|This article is about a/an movie in Kamen Rider Fourze.|
|Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Everyone, Space is Here!|
|A movie for Kamen Rider Fourze|
|Release date August 4, 2012|
|Written by Kazuki Nakashima|
|Directed by Koichi Sakamoto|
|Order in Continuity|
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War Ultimatum
Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Everyone, Space is Here! (仮面ライダーフォーゼ ＴＨＥ ＭＯＶＩＥ みんなで宇宙キターッ！ Kamen Raidā Fōze Za Mūbī Min'nade Uchū Kitā!?) is the title of the film edition of the 22nd entry in the Kamen Rider Series, Kamen Rider Fourze. It was released on August 4, 2012, double-billed with the film for Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters The Movie: Protect The Tokyo Enetower. The film also features the Space Ironmen Kyodain siblings, Groundain and Skydain, the main antagonists of the film based on the classic heroes, Space Ironmen Kyodain.
Note: The Italic words below only appears in a director's cut version of the film.
The film begins with Gamou (along with Hayami and Tatsugami), selling copies of all 12 Horoscopes switches to 5 members of Foundation X. However, before the transaction can be completed they are smokescreened by Inga Blink who intends to steal the switches to fight a war in space. As she is overpowered by Libra and Leo, Black Knight arrives just in time and saves her. He gives her a rifle which she uses to shoot both Leo and Libra's Dustards while Black Knight fought the two Horoscopes. Though Black Knight and Inga Blink escapes, Gamou holds Hayami and Tatsugami off, noting that if Inga is going into space then this possible new menace should be left to Fourze and Meteor.
In class, Gentaro is trying to make friends with his computer as Kengo, Yuki and Ryusei try to make him realize humans can't befriend machines. However this is interrupted as Ohsugi arrives to pull them out of class. On the Rabbit Hatch, the other Kamen Rider Club members have been summoned by Shizuka Shirayama who invites them to go to the OSTO Legacy (オスト・レガシー Osuto Regashī?). While on their way to the headquarters, the convoy is been ambushed by Black Knight and Inga Blink with Gentaro transforming into Fourze to fight Black Knight while Ryusei fights Inga though he loses with Igna performing a one-inch punch similar to the attack he used to kill Fourze. Arriving at the OSTO Legacy headquarters, Harumi Saeba narrates while revealing a slideshow about the Space Ironmen Kyodain who are intending to use XVII'S laser beam to conquer Earth, and pleads the team to aboard a rocket to get into the satellite. They need Kamen Rider Club to get aboard and and destroy XVII. Gentaro agrees to the mission, but believes he can befriend XVII rather than destroy it. Over the next several days, Kamen Rider Club undergoes intense astronaut training to get them ready for the mission. The night before, the gang discuss their upcoming adventure with Yuki excited about finally going into space. JK questions this, noting that they're on the moon all the time, but Yuki responds that it doesn't count unless they manage to escape the Earth's gravity the old fashioned way.
The next day, Gentaro realizes the ship which used to transport them to space was the same rocket that is Exodus (エクソダス Ekusodasu?) which Lem Kannagi used to go to space to transform into Super Galaxy King to fight him and OOO from their last confrontation. Shizuka explains this was the only craft they had available, and despite misgivings Gentaro and the others make to board the ship when they are suddenly blasted by all twelve Horoscopes marching towards them including a few they don't recognize. Kengo scans them to find that, unlike the real Horoscopes, these ones aren't human but are rather solid cosmic energy. Gentaro and Ryusei decide to fight them off, as Shizuka warns the Exodus is run by computer and the countdown can't be interrupted, meaning Gentaro and Ryusei have a time limit to defeat the Horoscopes. As the rest of Kamen Rider Club are escorted to Exodus (and Inga sneaks aboard with Black Knight), Gentaro and Ryusei transform into Fourze and Meteor and take on their foes.
With Gentaro using the power of all forty Astroswitches and Ryusei using the Meteor Galaxy and Meteor Storm, they defeat the majority of the Horoscopes. However, they simply can't contend with all twelve and when Exodus is about to launch Sagittarius, Virgo, Gemini and Pisces are still remaining. Just when it seems like the two Kamen Riders are about to miss their flight, a strange black figure turns up and blasts the four. Gentaro asks the stranger who he is, and the man responds his name is Wizard, a meddling magician. Gentaro asks if he is a Kamen Rider, but Wizard is unfamilar with the term. Gentaro explains that Kamen Riders fight enemies of humanity in secret. Wizard then decides that he will name himself Kamen Rider Wizard. He offers to take care of the remaining Horoscopes, allowing Gentaro and Ryusei to make it to the Exodus at the last second. Wizard uses the power of his magical rings to copy himself three times and uses a Kick Strike on all four Horoscopes, destroying them.
On Exodus, Shizuka explains the mission specifics; they will separate into teams (Gentaro and Yuki, Ryusei and Tomoko, Kengo and Shizuka and Miu, Shun and JK). At four points aboard XVII, there are power cores that must be destroyed to disable XVII's beam before the brain can be shut down. With five hours to go, Shizuka wishes the team good luck and they prepare to head out.
However, before the teams can get too far they are ambushed again by Inga and Black Knight. Inga shoots Shizuka in the arm, and Ryusei stays behind to fight them off. Inga sends Black Knight ahead and fights Ryusei herself. Upon boarding, Shun finds a Powerdizer which he boards. Meanwhile, the gang encounter attacking drones which attempt to hold them off. Gentaro transforms to battle Black Knight, while Shun takes on the drones. Kengo asks about Shizuka's injury, but covers the wound and she shrugs it off before they continue on.
While walking through XVII, Yuki runs on ahead and trips over a part of the floor that raises and the tablet she's carrying is thrown forward and explodes. Using the Smoke switch, Gentaro finds several laser beams which would have killed Yuki had she not tripped. Sadly reasoning that XVII really can't be befriended, Gentaro uses the Elek Switch to short out the lasers. Kengo and Shizuka make it to their destination, but Shizuka hesitates and claims she can't go any further because of her arm, so Kengo places the bomb alone.
While everyone prepares to destroy the cores, Ryusei and Inga fight with Jeet Kun Do martial arts, much to her amusement. The teams successfully install the bombs required, and as Tomoko makes a run to place hers, Inga has the opportunity to shoot her before she does but hesitates, allowing Ryusei to disarm her. The four cores are destroyed, and Inga flashes back to her father's death. Ryusei and Tomoko ask her why she didn't shoot, and she explains she can't kill another human, even if they are working for the Space Ironmen. Ryusei and Tomoko and confused, and explain that they came here to stop them, but Inga insists that they've just released them when her father died to seal them. Ryusei realizes that this mission is more than it appears to be.
The rest of the team arrive on the Brain to shut it down, which Shizuka claims is the final part of the mission. Ryusei, Tomoko and Inga then turn up telling everyone else not to trust them, and Shizuka laughs while Harumi suddenly reveals himself (having stowed away on Exodus). The Kamen Rider Club realize they've been tricked, as the two reveal their true colors as they were using them in order to fulfill their plan and transform into Space Ironmen Kyodain. Inga reveals to everyone that the Space Ironmen were created by her father Professor Blink but however an error occurred causing two of them to went rogue and tries to revolt against humanity. In order to stop them, a dying Professor Blink actives XVII's Brain, activating a dampening field which trapped them in dormant human bodies however now Kamen Rider Club has destroyed the field generators giving them all their powers back. Gentaro is distraught that he gave up on befriending XVII, especially when he realizes that XVII purposefully tripped Yuki up so she wouldn't run into the lasers from earlier. The Kyodains, with access to Cosmic Energy, summon Dustards to attack the Kamen Rider Club members with as an angered Gentaro and Ryusei fights them.
Inga orders everyone to exit the satellite while she helps Fourze defeating them. Enraged when the Kyodains kill Black Knight who tries to shield Inga from their assault, she tries to fight them but Ryusei holds her off trying to calm her down. The rest of Kamen Rider Club are told to evacuate XVII on the Exodus, while Gentaro and Ryusei remain behind to deal with the Space Ironmen knowing it is their responsibility to shut them down since they were responsible for reawakening their powers. Inga is ready to fight them too, but Gentaro and Ryusei want her to escort and protect the rest of Kamen Rider Club on their return to earth. When Inga initially refuses, Ryusei tells her that he used to fight alone too but learned thanks to the Kamen Rider Club that a person will be stronger when they have friends, and he and the others are her friends now. With that, Inga agrees to leave and Fourze and Meteor start fighting the Ironmen. With Shun exhausted fighting XVII's Gunbase drones, Miu and JK appears using their own Powerdizers (dubbed the Queen Dizer and JK Dizer) to assist Shun. Meanwhile, overpowered by the Kyodains, both Gentarou and Ryusei dropped into the satellite's main core and program the satellite to transform into it's robotic form called One Seven Formation (ワンセブンフォーメーション Wan Sebun Fōmēshon?) and launches a giant satellite beam to Earth while sending a message to Earth for humans to surrender or they'll destroy Japan. Both Hayami and Tatsugami suggest leaving the area, but Gamou is interested to see what happens next. Gentarou and Ryusei awakes, realizing that XVII's Brain has used his probes to save and communicate with them them. Brain reveals that though the Kyodains have shutdown most of his access, one of his probes is still functioning allowing him to transmit his consciousness into it. Brain then states he will activate the self-destruct to stop the Ironmen, and Ryusei is ready to leave but Gentaro refuses; he's already wronged XVII once, he won't do it again. He makes Brain agree to halt the self-destruct until he has a chance to stop the laser.
Gentaro transforms into Fourze and use Cosmic States to transports the satellite to the moon via Limit Break. Eventually, after a lot of effort, he manages to cause it to crash right next to the Rabbit Hatch. Although he's succeeded in stopping the lazer, Gentaro transports back to the satellite where his transformation cancels while all forty Astroswitches return to Rabbit Hatch and break from the overload. The Kyodains are enraged that their plan has been stopped, and knock the probe containing Brain before starting to give an untransformed Gentaro and Meteor a severe beating, intending to kill the two before trying to fire again. XVII records and sends a recording of Ryusei fighting the Kyodains to the Rabbit Hatch.
With all of Fourze's Astroswitches damaged, all seems lost. However XVII suddenly sends data to Kengo; a blueprint of a new switch which needs a massive amount of cosmic energy to form. Kengo knows it can be done, using the same method that was used to refine the Cosmic Switch; the power of friendship. What it requires is for all forty switches to be used at the same time by people who have strong feelings for Gentaro. Yuki suggests handing out the switches at Amanogawa High School. While Kengo and Inga stay behind and take a switch each (Kengo with Rocket and Inga with Flash), the others run into the school and start handing the switches out to the students, graduates and teachers whose lives have been touched by Gentaro's presence and everyone readily agrees to help their friend in trouble. Eventually, Yuki only has the Drill Switch left to deliver, and begins to wonder who she can give it to when Gamou arrives and offers to help. With the members of Kamen Rider Club also taking a switch each (Yuki takes Cosmic, Shun takes S Magnet, Miu takes N Magnet, Tomoko takes Fire and JK takes Elek), Yuki starts the countdown and everyone activates their switch. This causes the power of the switches to combine, creating the Fusion switch which forms in Rabbit Hatch. Kengo and Inga arrive just in time to deliver Gentaro the Fusion Switch which allows him to transform into Fourze. Gentaro then activates the Fusion switch, which causes Ryusei to cancel his transformation as the Meteor switch travels to the Fourze driver which transforms Fourze into Meteor Fusion States. Kengo explains that this new state is a combination of the powers from both Fourze and Meteor.
Fourze combines Ryusei's Jeet Kun Do fighting style with his own and easily overpowers the Kyodains by using the Astroswitches and the Meteor Galaxy. Exhausted, the Kyodains transform into their vehicle form and combine it to defeat Fourze but he himself rides Machine Massigler combined with the Powerdizer to fight them. Reverting back to their robot form, the Kyodains combined their energy beams and shoot Fourze but however, Fourze himself uses Fusion Drill Rider Kick to destroy them. XVII thanks Fourze, and the two become friends before he flies back to space with the Kamen Rider Club members cheering on him.
Later, Inga and the members of Kamen Rider Club watch XVII blast into space with Gentaro giving the giant machine a friendship handshake before it goes. At the temple where they both trained, Ryusei and Inga say their goodbyes as she leaves to visit her father's grave. After wishing Kamen Rider Club well, she kisses him on the cheek as a jealous Tomoko watches.
With their adventure over, Kengo is amazed that Gentaro managed to befriend a machine however Tomoko isn't surprised as she feels nothing is impossible for him. Yuki asks Gentaro who he intends to befriend next, and Gentaro turns to the camera and (breaking the fourth wall) announces to the viewers that he'll befriend them all.
- Switches Used:
- Circle - Rocket, Claw, Schop, Flash, Chain Array, Magic Hand, Elek, Fire, N Magnet, Cosmic, Meteor
- Cross - Chainsaw, Hand, Giant Foot, Pen, Freeze, Beat, Launcher, Net, Smoke, Stealth, Clear Launcher
- Triangle - Gatling, Drill, Hopping, Wheel, Stamper, Aero, Screw, Board, Water, Spike, Clear Drill
- Square - Shield, Winch, Scissors, Hammer, Gyro, Medical, Parachute, Camera, Radar, S Magnet, Fusion
- States Used:
- Base States, Elek States, Fire States, Magnet States, Cosmic States, Meteor Fusion States
- Ring Used:
- Transformation - Flame
- Magic - Connect, Big, Copy, Kick Strike
- Style Used:
- Flame Style
Continuity and Placement
- Kamen Rider Fourze: This movie's premiere fell during the two week gap between the broadcasts of episodes 44 and 45. However, the Director's Cut includes footage from the Horoscopes' initial attack where the members of the Kamen Rider Club don't recognize Taurus, Sagittarius, Gemini or Pisces, meaning that this movie is actually set between episodes 38 and 39. Also in the movie, Ryusei did mention that he still needed to hide his transformation.
- Kamen Rider Wizard: Haruto Soma held in his inner Phantom WizarDragon during the Sabbath ritual which took place six months before the start of the series. He was given the WizarDriver and Flame Wizard Ring by the White Wizard the day after the ritual, enabling him to transform. His appearance here can easily take place in this period before the start of the series. Haruto later makes a cameo out of his Rider form in the finale of Fourze, walking past Miu and Shun while adjusting his Flame Ring, unknowingly and unintentionally catching Miu's eye and interrupting Shun's proposal to her. However, there is the appearance of the Copy Ring, which debuted in episode 5, meaning Wizard's appearance should be above episode 5. Since Wizard's first encounter with Fourze was in Movie War Ultimatum, which takes place between episodes 13 and 14, this movie's event should be after episode 15.
|Kamen Rider Fourze||Gentaro Kisaragi|
|Kamen Rider Meteor||Ryusei Sakuta|
And Introducing Wizard
|Kamen Rider Wizard||Haruto Soma|
Kamen Rider Club
Amanogawa High School
- Toshiya Miura
- Fumihiro Nitta
- Tamae Sakuma
- Jun Shigeno
- Chosuke Ban
- Reiko Hirota
- Teruhiko Satake
- Ritsuko Usaka
- Yuri Kuramochi
- Masami Okamura
- Hiroki Makise
- Mari Yamamoto
- Soshi Motoyama
- Junta Abe
- Kimio Nonomura
- Jin Nomoto
- Norio Eguchi
- Misa Toriizaki
- Taro Bobuta
- Yayoi Tokuda
- Ran Kuroki
- Haru Kusao
- Yukina Takamura
- Tojiro Goto
- Suzumi Koda
- Mina Otogawa
- Erin Suda
- Main article: Space Ironmen
|Groundain||Harumi Saeba (Groundain)|
|Skydain||Shizuka Shirayama (Skydain)|
|Black Knight||Black Knight|
|XVII||XVII (Professor Blink)|
Internet spin-off films
To promote the movie, Toei released a series of Internet clips entitled Kamen Rider Fourze the Net Edition: Everyone, Class is Here! (ネット版 仮面ライダーフォーゼ みんなで授業キターッ！ Nettoban Kamen Raidā Fōze Minna de Jugyō Kitā-!?) with a total of 26 webisodes. Toei Tokusatsu BB and TV Asahi began distribution on July 13, 2012.
- Gentaro Kisaragi (如月 弦太朗 Kisaragi Gentarō?): Sota Fukushi (福士 蒼汰 Fukushi Sōta?)
- Kengo Utahoshi (歌星 賢吾 Utahoshi Kengo?): Ryuki Takahashi (高橋 龍輝 Takahashi Ryūki?)
- Yuki Jojima (城島 ユウキ Jōjima Yūki?): Fumika Shimizu (清水 富美加 Shimizu Fumika?)
- Miu Kazashiro (風城 美羽 Kazashiro Miu?): Rikako Sakata (坂田 梨香子 Sakata Rikako?)
- Shun Daimonji (大文字 隼 Daimonji Shun?): Justin Tomimori (冨森 ジャスティン Tomimori Jasutin?)
- Tomoko Nozama (野座間 友子 Nozama Tomoko?): Shiho (志保?)
- JK (ＪＫ（ジェイク） Jeiku?): Shion Tsuchiya (土屋 シオン Tsuchiya Shion?)
- Ryusei Sakuta (朔田 流星 Sakuta Ryūsei?): Ryo Yoshizawa (吉沢 亮 Yoshizawa Ryō?)
- Inga Blink (インガ・ブリンク Inga Burinku?): Mikie Hara (原 幹恵 Hara Miki?)
- Harumi Saeba (冴葉 晴海 Saeba Harumi?): Kohki Okada (岡田 浩暉 Okada Kōki?)
- Shizuka Shirayama (白山 静 Shirayama Shizuka?): Ayumi Kinoshita (木下 あゆ美 Kinoshita Ayumi?)
- Professor Blink (ブリンク博士 Burinku Hakase?): Ken Nishida (西田 健 Nishida Ken?)
- Kouhei Hayami (速水 公平 Hayami Kōhei?): Kousei Amano (天野 浩成 Amano Kōsei?)
- Kou Tatsugami (立神 吼 Tatsugami Kō?): Kazutoshi Yokoyama (横山 一敏 Yokoyama Kazutoshi?)
- Chuta Ohsugi (大杉 忠太 Ōsugi Chūta?): Takushi Tanaka (田中 卓志 Tanaka Takushi?)
- Taneo Komatsu (小松 種夫 Komatsu Taneo?): Yoshiaki Yamane (山根 良顕 Yamane Yoshiaki?)
- Mituaki Gamou (我望 光明 Gamō Mitsuaki?): Shingo Tsurumi (鶴見 辰吾 Tsurumi Shingo?)
- Female Executive Member of Foundation X (財団X女性幹部 Zaidan Ekkusu Josei Kanbu?): Ryo Narushima (成嶋 涼 Narushima Ryō?)
- Announcer (アナウンサー Anaunsā?): Nanako Uemiya (上宮 菜々子 Uemiya Nanako?) of TV Asahi Announcer
- XVII (エックスブイツー Ekkusu Bui Tsū?, Voice): Tsutomu Isobe (磯部 勉 Isobe Tsutomu?)
- Toshiya Miura (三浦 俊也 Miura Toshiya?): Masanori Mizuno (水野 真典 Mizuno Masanori?)
- Tamae Sakuma (佐久間 珠恵 Sakuma Tamae?): Maria Yoshikawa (吉川 まりあ Yoshikawa Maria?)
- Jun Shigeno (繁野 ジュン Shigeno Jun?): Arisa Fujisaki (藤嵜 亜莉沙 Fujisaki Arisa?)
- Chosuke Ban (番 長介 Ban Chōsuke?): Takahiro Kuroishi (黒石 高大 Kuroishi Takahiro?)
- Reiko Hirota (広田 玲子 Hirota Reiko?): Yurika Tachibana (橘 ゆりか Tachibana Yurika?)
- Fumihiro Nitta (新田 文博 Nitta Fumihiro?): Kiyotaka Uji (宇治 清高 Uji Kiyotaka?)
- Teruhiko Satake (佐竹 輝彦 Satake Teruhiko?): Ryūji Satō (佐藤 流司 Satō Ryūji?)
- Takashi Satake (佐竹 剛 Satake Takashi?): Satoshi Jinbo (神保 悟志 Jinbo Satoshi?)
- Ritsuko Usaka (鵜坂 律子 Usaka Ritsuko?): Hikari Kajiwara (梶原 ひかり Kajiwara Hikari?)
- Yuri Kuramochi (倉持 ゆり Kuramochi Yuri?): Miho Imamura (今村 美歩 Imamura Miho?)
- Masami Okamura (岡村 雅美 Okamura Masami?): Maika Suzuki (鈴木 米香 Suzuki Maika?)
- Mr. Morota (諸田先生 Morota Sensei?): Satoshi Morota (諸田 敏 Morota Satoshi?)
- Hiroki Makise (牧瀬 弘樹 Makise Hiroki?): Takafumi Shinohara (篠原 孝文 Shinohara Takafumi?)
- Mari Yamamoto (山本 麻里 Yamamoto Mari?): Natsumi Ishibashi (石橋 菜津美 Ishibashi Natsumi?)
- Soshi Motoyama (元山 惣帥 Motoyama Sōshi?): Ryutarou Akimoto (秋元 龍太朗 Akimoto Ryūtarō?)
- Junta Abe (阿部 純太 Abe Junta?): Tokimasa Tanabe (田辺 季正 Tanabe Tokimasa?)
- Kimio Nonomura (野々村 公夫 Nonomura Kimio?): Shohei Yamazaki (山崎 将平 Yamazaki Shōhei?)
- Jin Nomoto (野本 仁 Nomoto Jin?): Ryu Ando (安藤 龍 Andō Ryū?)
- Haruka Utsugi (宇津木 遥 Utsugi Haruka?): Nao Nagasawa (長澤 奈央 Nagasawa Nao?)
- Norio Eguchi (江口 規夫 Eguchi Norio?): Shugo Nagashima (永嶋 柊吾 Nagashima Shūgo?)
- Misa Toriizaki (鳥居崎 ミサ Toriizaki Misa?): Kaya Asano (浅野 かや Asano Kaya?)
- Taro Bobuta (母部田 太朗 Bobuta Tarō?): Yuji Oyakawa (親川 優志 Oyakawa Yūji?)
- Yayoi Tokuda (徳田 弥生 Tokuda Yayoi?): Kasumi Suzuki (鈴木 かすみ Suzuki Kasumi?)
- Ran Kuroki (黒木 蘭 Kuroki Ran?): Rin Honoka (ほのか りん Honoka Rin?)
- Haru Kusao (草尾 ハル Kusao Haru?): Jigen Araki (荒木 次元 Araki Jigen?)
- Yukina Takamura (高村 優希奈 Takamura Yukina?): Mika Akizuki (秋月 三佳 Akizuki Mika?)
- Tojiro Goto (五藤 東次郎 Gotō Tōjirō?): Ryousuke Kawamura (川村 亮介 Kawamura Ryōsuke?)
- Suzumi Koda (甲田 鈴美 Kōda Suzumi?): Airi Kido (城戸 愛莉 Kido Airi?)
- Mina Otogawa (乙川 美奈 Otogawa Mina?): Honoka Murakami (村上 穂乃佳 Murakami Honoka?)
- Erin Suda (エリーヌ須田 Erīnu Suda?): Karen Takizawa (滝沢 カレン Takizawa Karen?)
- Kamen Rider Wizard (仮面ライダーウィザード Kamen Raidā Wizādo?, Voice): Shunya Shiraishi (白石 隼也 Shiraishi Shun'ya?)
- Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider Wizard: Seiji Takaiwa (高岩 成二 Takaiwa Seiji?)
- Kamen Rider Meteor: Eitoku (永徳?)
- Black Knight, Libra Zodiarts: Jun Watanabe (渡辺 淳 Watanabe Jun?)
- Leo Zodiarts: Ryo Yokota (横田 遼 Yokota Ryō?)
- Groundain: Hirokazu Iwakami (岩上 弘数 Iwakami Hirokazu?)
- Skydain: Sanae Hitomi (人見 早苗 Hitomi Sanae?)
40 Switch Users
In order to create the Fusion Switch, the Kamen Rider Club distribute the 40 Astroswitches to the various students and teachers of Amanogawa High School for them to activate. Several of them are connected to their switchers in one way or another:
- Rocket: Kengo Utahoshi
- Launcher: Toshiya Miura - As Orion Zodiarts, Toshiya possess a great firepower attack.
- Drill: Mitsuaki Gamou
- Radar: Hiroki Makise - Radars are mainly used for detecting long ranged areas, fitting with Makise's tendency to stalk Yuki.
- Magic Hand: Ritsuko Usaka
- Camera: Mari Yamamoto - Mari is a member of the photography club.
- Parachute: Kimio Nonomura
- Chainsaw: Fumihiro Nitta
- Hopping: Mr. Morota
- Elek: JK - JK's membership into the Kamne Rider Club was all started when he stole the Elek Switch in hopes of fighting Nitta/Unicorn Zodiarts with this power.
- Scissors: Haruka Utsugi
- Beat: Junta Abe - Junta Abe is a member of the glee club.
- Chain Array: Teruhiko Satake - The Chain Array switch is a morning star, with Teruhiko as Hound Zodiarts wears a metal chain.
- Smoke: Taneo Komatsu
- Spike: Jin Nomoto - As Dragon Zodiarts, Jin's has a metallic hide and utilizes iron spheres as projectile weapons.
- Winch: Misa Toriizaki - Misa was greatly loyal to Cygnus Zodiarts and forces Norio to hook up to his Zodiarts alter-ego.
- Flash: Inga Blink - Her family name, Blink is a synonym to the switch's name.
- Shield: Tojiro Goto
- Gatling: Jun Shigeno
- Fire: Tomoko Nozama - The Fire Switch is the first one that Tomoko manages to look into its true potential. It is also partly responsible for her membership into Kamen Rider Club.
- Stealth: Tamae Sakuma - As Chameleon Zodiarts, Tamae can turn herself invisible to the opponent.
- Hammer: Takashi Satake
- Water: Ran Kuroki - Ran is a member of the swimming club.
- Medical: Yukina Takamura - Yukina initially tries to cure Gentaro from the burden of his duty as Kamen Rider Fourze.
- Pen: Yayoi Tokuda - Yayoi is a member of the school newspaper and her job is to write down news regarding the school.
- Wheel: Erin Suda
- Screw: Reiko Hirota
- Hand: Yuri Kuramochi
- Schop: Norio Eguchi
- N Magnet: Miu Kazashiro - Both her and Shun are attracted to each others.
- S Magnet: Shun Daimonji - Both him and Miu are attracted to each others.
- Freeze: Chuta Ohsugi
- Claw: Masami Okamura
- Board: Mina Otogawa
- Giantfoot: Chosuke Ban
- Aero: Taro Bobuta
- Gyro: Suzumi Koda
- Net: Haru Kusao - The Switch is partly responsible for Haru's downfall as Musca Zodiarts.
- Stamper: Soshi Motoyama
- Cosmic: Yuki Jojima
- Theme song
- This movie marks the debut of Kamen Rider Wizard.
- Unlike his 3 predecessors' "early bird cameos", Wizard's cameo occurs near the middle of the movie instead of near the end.
- All forty standard Astroswitches are used during the battle between Fourze, Meteor and the Horoscopes.
- The Movie-Exclusive Form in this movie, Fourze's Meteor Fusion States, is similiar to Kamen Rider Double's very briefly seen CycloneAccelXtreme, as they are both combined versions of the main and secondary riders of their series.
- This movie is the first featuring Fourze which doesn't features any Showa-era Riders; except for the net movies.
- This is the first (and so far only) movie featuring Fourze in which Kamen Rider OOO does not appear.
- During his encounter with Fourze and Meteor, Wizard is introduced to the term 'Kamen Rider' and decides to call himself 'Kamen Rider Wizard'. However, in his series, Wizard does not use the Kamen Rider prefix (it may have been decided between the production of this film and the series that Wizard would not use the term).
- Due to this movie premiering before the airing of Scale's Estrangement, this marks the first appearance of the Pisces Zodiarts.
- During the battle with the Horoscopes, Pisces uses a small trident-like weapon that the real Pisces Horoscopes doesn't use in the series itself.
- The choice of Makise and Gamou to help create the Fusion Switch is unusual, as Gentaro declared Makise one of the few people he didn't want to befriend, and Gamou was the leader of the Zodiarts (and even putting that aside, he had extremely little interaction with Gentaro that the Kamen Rider Club was aware of).
- Sanae Hitomi, who is Skydain's suit actor in this movie (as well as being a frequent suit actor in both the Kamen Rider and Super Sentai franchises) makes an out-of-suit cameo during the training montage, where she can be seen helping Yuki during Basic Training and later teaching Kamen Rider Club in the Unarmed Fighting course.
- During the scene when the Exodus is about to launch, the footage is from Movie War Mega Max, but added explosions.
- At the end of the Director's Cut version, Fourze and Wizard announce a new Movie War (Movie War Ultimatum).
- In the Director's Cut, during Wizard's first appearance, Life is SHOW TIME was played when he fights the Horoscopes.
- Also, this scene is reversed, as after Wizard finishes his battle, the next scene shows Gentaro and Ryusei appearing in the Exodus.
- Fourze's battle aginst the Space Ironmen Kyodain was featured in Kamen Rider: Battride War II.
- The climax scene is similar to W Forever when the Riders were in a pinch, the characters that were helped by the Riders would support them, as a result giving the primary Rider a new form.
- Interestingly, both films were directed by Koichi Sakamoto and having Nao Nagasawa appearing as a cameo in different characters.
- It is unknown how the OSTO Legacy retrieve Exodus as the ship itself was destroyed in Movie War Mega Max.
- Due to this, it is the first summer movie that acknowledge with the Movie War film.
- This is the only the summer film to feature the term "The Movie" in its title.