English Video Game Actors Join Disney's Wreck-It Ralph Cast
posted on 2012-07-21 18:10 EDT by Lynzee Loveridge
Disney's upcoming animated video game adventure comedy Wreck-It Ralph will enlist a number of familiar voices to reprise their video game roles.
Appearing in the film is Sonic the Hedgehog, as voiced in English by Roger Craig Smith. Smith has also lent his voice to Resident Evil (Biohazard)'s Chris Redfield and Ezio from Assassin's Creed. Members of the Street Fighter IV dub cast are reuniting to reprise their respective roles in the film as well. Gerald C. Rivers (M. Bison), Reuben Langdon (Ken), and Kyle Hebert (Ryu) all have credited appearances in the movie. Langdon also voiced Dante in the Devil May Cry video game and the anime's English dub. Hebert has voiced adult Gohan in Dragon Ball GT and the character's respective video game appearances, as well as Kiba Inuzuka in the Naruto anime and game adaptations.
The movie will also feature characters from Q*bert, Paperboy, and Pac-Man.
The story follows Ralph (John C. Reilly), an 8-bit video game "bad guy" who decides to travel through the interconnected world of the arcade to change his fate and become a hero.
The film will open throughout North America on November 2.
Thanks to James Thomas for the news tip.
Source: Entertainment Weekly