Saturday Night Live and Bridesmaids comedienne Maya Rudolph and Jamie Chung (of Sucker Punch fame) will be lending their voices to Disney’s next animated feature, Big Hero 6.
The Wrap reports that Rudolph and Chung have both been confirmed for the film, although Disney has yet to officially confirm. While both Chung and Rudolph’s roles are unclear right now. We can suspect who they are playing, but no official word on that yet. They will be joining T.J. Miller, who is confirmed to be voicing Fred. Rudolph has previous voice acting experience, she voiced a character in the recent The Nut Job.
Disney’s next big animated movie has been under a cloud of secrecy, despite it being slated for release in just 6 months. The action-adventure comedy film is set in the fictional city of San Fransokyo, and centers around a young prodigy named Hiro Hamada who, with his robot Baymax, joins forces with a rag-tag team of crime fighters to save the city from a criminal plot. It is currently set for release on November 7, 2014.
Just like last year with Frozen, Disney is keeping everything related to their next animated feature top secret. But that doesn’t stop the leaks from coming- nor us covering them! For your Big Hero 6 fix, keep it right here on Rotoscopers.com!