Maya the Bee: The Honey Games
Maya the Bee: The Honey Games is a 2018 Australian–American–German computer animated comedy adventure film directed by Noel Cleary, Sergio Delfino & Alexs Stadermann. Loosely based on the German children's book Maya the Bee by Waldemar Bonsels, the film is a sequel to the 2014 film Maya the Bee and stars Coco Jack Gillies reprising her role as Maya.
- Directed by Alexs Stadermann, Noel Cleary and Sergio Delfino. Produced by Tracy Lenon, Brian Rosen and Thorsten Wegener. Story by Noel Cleary, Fin Edquist and Alexs Stadermann.
- Violet: I'm sorry I was mean to you.
- Maya: It's okay.
- Violet: No, it's not. I'm really sorry.
- Maya: Thanks, Violet. Come on, we've got a race to finish.
- Violet: You're on.
- Violet: Hey meadow bugs! Come on, let's dance!
- Maya: Sure thing! Willy?
- Willy: I'll just stay here and...
- Violet and Maya: Come on, Willy.
- Maya: Bee best friends forever. Buzz.
- Willy: Buzz.
- Maya, Willy, and Violet: Buzz!
- Coco Jack Gillies as Maya
- Benson Jack Anthony as Willy, Maya's best friend
- Richard Roxburgh as Flip, a grasshopper
- Justine Clarke as The Queen
- Jimmy James Eaton as Crawley
- Marney McQueen as The Empress, The Queen's sister, the former main antagonist
- Rupert Degas as Beegood, Violet's father and the main antagonist
- Linda Ngo as Violet, Maya's best friend and former arch-rival
- Stavroula Adameitis as Chelsea
- Tess Meyer as Sandra
- Cam Ralph as Bedford, a bed bug
- Shane Dundas as Barney, an army ant
- David Collins as Arnie, an army ant
- Jordan Hare as Spinder, a spider
- Jimmy James Eaton as Craig, a cockroach
- Jane Ubrien as Thekla, a spider
- Peter McAllum as Mantis, owner of the honey games
- Sam Haft as Drago, a dragonfly