Articles About Celebrities in Animated Movies
Inside Out is a Pixar movie about the conflicting emotions inside the head of an 11-year-old girl.
Epic tells the story of a teenage girl who finds herself in a secret world, and is witness to a battle between the forces of good and evil.
From the creators of Tangled and Wreck It Ralph, Walt Disney Animation Studios brings on the chill with Frozen.
After their cave is destroyed the world’s first family is forced to set out on a journey of a lifetime.
Superman, one of America’s most iconic superheroes, celebrated his 75th anniversary in 2013.
Disney's 2003 animated feature Finding Nemo had many famous actors voice the major roles in the film including Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Willem Dafoe, John Ratzenberger and Andrew Stanton.
The original voice over actors for the main characters in Madagascar also lend their celebrity voices to Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, along with some new cast members.
The Tale of Despereaux is a movie about three accidental heroes a mouse who is unlike all the other mice.
Bolt is an animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios. A little dog named Bolt and a girl named Penny are the stars of a hit television series called Bolt.
The animated sci-fi comedy tells the story of Flint Lockwood, a fumbling scientist, who always wanted to be the inventor of something magnificent.
The Lion King is one of Disney’s most celebrated feature length animated musicals. Originally released in 1994, it was turned into a Broadway hit in 1997 and still runs in theaters to this day.
Despicable Me 2 is and the highest-grossing animated film of 2013, earning a worldwide total of $906,239,000 making it the most profitable film in the 100 year history of Universal Studios.
The idea for the film started five years earlier when DreamWorks Animation organized a competition for all employees to pitch a one page storyline. The night before the competition, Soren conceptualized Fast & Furious with snails.
Monsters Inc. was one of the most celebrated animated films of 2001. Tapping into the child-like notion that monsters live in closets and only come out to scare children at night.
The world of Cars takes flight in Planes, Disney's high-flying animated comedy revved up with action and adventure.
Horton, played by Jim Carrey, is an elephant who hears a voice crying for help coming from a speck of dust. Even though Horton can't see who the voices belong to, he talks to them.
The Incredibles movie is centered on a superhero dad, Mr. Incredible, voiced-over by Craig T. Nelson and the super heroine mom, Elastigirl, voiced by Holly Hunter.
Many of Hollywood's biggest stars lent their celebrity voices to the project. The movie tells the story of Lightning McQueen, a breakout rookie race car star.
The movie tells the story of Carl Fredricksen, a feisty 78-year-old former balloon vendor who mourns for his beloved child sweetheart, Ellie, who later became his wife.
Meet a few caretakers who were chosen to pick up where one of their colleagues left off, preserving each character as an individual with great awe and reverence.
Disney creatives began working on the story in 1951, the voices were recorded in 1952, animation production took from 1953 to 1958.
Produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Productions, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs premiered on December 21, 1937.
In a movie that contains little dialogue well into the first 30 minutes there is a surprising number of cast members that made up the voices and sounds in WALL-E.
Wall-E, while short on dialogue, is filled with incredible sound design courtesy of 4-time Academy award winner Ben Burtt, also known as "The Father of Modern Sound Design."
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Discover 17 visages responsible for creating the voices we all know so well, courtesy of the Epic Voice Actor collection at LIFE.com.
One of the most well known voice over artists was a man named Don LaFontaine. During his career, LaFontaine recorded more than 5,000 movie trailers as well as hundreds of thousands of video game trailers, television advertisements, and network promotions.
Don LaFontaine, husband, father, grandfather, and hero passed away September 1, 2008 in the afternoon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles at the age of 68.
The voice over industry paid tribute to the legacy of Don LaFontaine at the home of Ann and Joe Cipriano in Los Angeles on September 2, 2009.
To commemorate this day, I'd like to reflect on what has happened over the course of this year and also share some wonderful news about a project that is being worked on in his honor.
Don't you find it refreshing when you can recognize not only a voice but also who it belongs to?
In this article, we're going to look very closely at how voice has been used in Star Trek, specifically at how J.J. Abram's film uses voice, and also reflect on how voices from previous series have figured prominently in the shaping of today's crew.
Is it possible to legally perform character voice impressions of celebrities who have died and feature them on a voice over demo that you've uploaded to the Internet for promotional purposes?
Novelist Stephen King is no stranger to audiobooks, in fact, he even has an audiobook archive on his website detailing all of his books that have been narrated. Recently, King shared his thoughts about the relevance of audiobooks from a reading standpoint.
With his first broadcast counting down the hits on July 4th, 1970 to his surprise retirement announcement live on the show on July 4th, 2009, Kasem has been part of American culture and has legendary status, the last of the great radio kings such as Alan Freed and Wolfman Jack.
Randy Pausch stepped in front of an audience of 400 people at Carnegie Mellon University to deliver a last lecture called "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams." With slides of his CT scans beaming out to the audience, Randy told his audience about the cancer that is devouring his pancreas and that will claim his life in a matter of months.
Katherine Kellgren, though classically trained, sophisticated and sonorous, narrates stories from the depths of her soul, combining talent and skill with pure passion infused by a love of the spoken word, uplifted by her father's devoted ears.
With song and dance stepping to the side, and new variables coming into play, one has to ask: Is the new triple threat acting ability, looks and voice?
If you are a diehard Trekkie, you probably know that Star Trek's creator, the late Gene Roddenberry, chose his wife as the voice of the omnipresent computer helping the crew to navigate the final frontier where no man had gone before on the Starship Enterprise.
Mother and actress, Gwyneth Paltrow had a great time narrating this modern classic in a collection of recordings called "Brown Bear & Friends" (Macmillan Audio 2008) penned by Bill Martin Jr. with illustrations by Eric Carle.
Have you ever wondered how Batman got his voice? Discover some interesting things about Batman, the Caped Crusader's voices over the years, and draw some parallels in this fascinating article.
For ten years, Kathleen Herles was the voice of Dora the Explorer, one of the most famous voices on television.
If you watched the Grammy awards this year, you heard the voice of Heather Halley, a voice that has received numerous compliments from people inside and outside of the voice over industry.
Pat Fraley and Brad Garrett will be co-presenting awards at the Annies this year, hosted by Tom Kenny, the voice of SpongeBob.
Today we'll explore the voice over performance of presenter Alanis Morissette, Canadian musician and concerned environmentalist.
Hillary Huber says that narrating the People's Choice Awards was an exhilarating experience. "It's fun to be part of such a huge production."
There were two other impressionists. Dougie, who entered Britain's Got Talent with his Gollum impression, and Hilary, who has done work as a Gollum 'look-a-like'! It's always fun to meet other people that are as strange as me.
Josh Keaton says "I've been voice acting off and on since I was a kid. I had roles in shows like the "Back to the Future" animated series, and "Peter Pan and the Pirates." I briefly stepped back from voice over to focus on other aspects of my career, but have made it a primary focus in the last few years."
For those of you who are familiar with Marvel's Hulking protagonist Bruce Banner or are looking forward to seeing "The Incredible Hulk", I've got a treat for you!
Based on C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian, this action-packed movie from Disney is tops at the box office and boasts a great voice cast as well.
Dilbert and his fellow comic strip buddies hit the animated scene on the official Dilbert.com website, enjoying coverage from Reuters and now an exclusive interview with Dan Roberts, the voice of Dilbert, at Voices.com.
This beautiful tribute "Heaven Needed a Hero" was produced by Kipp Kelly in honour of the late Paul Harvey (1918-2009), an American broadcasting pioneer and radio legend.