As we come closer to the release of Wreck-It Ralph, Disney is revealing more details about the film and its characters. Up this week: more voice actors!
Last week during Comic-Con, Alan Tudyk was revelaled as the voice of Sugar Rush’s ruler King Candy during the Wreck-It Ralph panel. Now EW is giving us the scoop on even more supporting characters:
- Dennis Haysbert (24): voices as General Hologram, a miltary official in the cybug-infested Hero’s Duty
- Adam Carolla (The Celebrity Apprentice) and Horatio Sanz: these two comedians will voice two of King Candy’s donut security policeman in Sugar Rush (donuts, figures). Having seen the movie, I can assure you that these two are absolutely hilarious.
- Mindy Kaling (The Office): voices Taffyta Mutonfudge, the leader of a group of go-kart racing girls in Sugar Rush who bullies Vanellope for being a glitch. She’s also a pretty darn good racer.
- Edie McClurg (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off) and Rachael Harris (The New Girl): These two voice two citizens (also known as Nicelanders) of the game Fix-It Felix, Jr. They love Felix, but not Ralph.
- Ed O’Neill (Modern Family): much like Pixar’s Toy Story, Wreck-It Ralph has very few human characters and Ed plays one of them! He voices the owner of Litwak’s Family Fun Center & Arcade, where Ralph, Felix, Vanellope and the rest of the arcade games call home.
- Stefanie Scott (Disney Channel’s A.N.T. Farm): voices Moppet Girl, a girl gamer at Litwak’s arcade who catches Ralph in his game hopping disaster.
- Roger Craig Smith: he wil be reprising his role as Sonic the Hedgehog during Sonic’s cameo in the film.
- Gerald C. Rivers: voices the Street Fighter boss M. Bison, who Ralph meets with during his weekly Bad Anon meetings.
- Reuben Langdon: plays Ken Masters, the dyed blond warrior from Street Figther.
- Kyle Hebert: voices Ryu, Ken’s friend and rival from the Street Fighter series.
Disney got it right with bringing back the original voices for the video game cameos. Bravo!
If you haven’t already, check out our review of the Wreck-It Ralph test screening. It’s spoiler free! Wreck-It Ralph hits theatres November 2, 2012.