Actor Patton Oswalt, who voiced the rat chef Remy in Ratatouille, had something to say about a man who couldn't grasp the pronunciation of the animated film's title.
Twitter user @AshlieD_Stevens recounted a conversation she overhead where a man told a woman that Ratatouille, a film about a Parisian rat who is also a brilliant chef, was pronounced "Rata-twa," and wouldn't admit that he was wrong when she responded with the correct pronunciation. The tweet quickly went viral, and Oswalt responded to it, saying exactly what Pixar fans were all thinking: "oh my lord."
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Actor Tom Hanks shared his thoughts on Chris Evans voicing Buzz Lightyear in Disney's Lightyear instead of Tim Allen.
In an interview with CinemaBlend, Hanks, who voiced pull-string cowboy toy Woody in the Toy Story franchise, expressed confusion about Allen not returning to voice Buzz. "They didn't let Tim Allen do it," he said. "I don't understand that."
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Martin Klebba, who plays the pirate Marty in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, is playing Grumpy in the new live-action Snow White film.
The actor appeared in a promotional video, seen via Comic Book, from Denver's Fan Expo, where he candidly revealed his Snow White role. Grumpy is one of the famed seven dwarfs, named for his overall grouchy demeanor. In addition to all four Pirates of the Caribbean films, Klebba appeared in Men in Black II and has fielded roles on TV shows such as Scrubs, CSI and The Cape.
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It’s hard to think of an animated character that is more iconic than Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear. Voiced by Tim Allen, Buzz is goofy, optimistic, relatable, and undeniably lovable. So when Pixar and Disney announced that Buzz was getting his own feature film, entitled simply Lightyear, fans were naturally overjoyed. Understandably, it also came as a bit of a shock when news broke that Allen wouldn’t be voicing Buzz this time around — that the character would be played by Chris Evans, instead.
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