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Bob Bergen to Appear on Shokus Internet Radio on Jan 7, 2009

by Ed Liuon January 7, 2009
Shokus Internet Radio will be hosting voice actor Bob Bergen today, January 7, 2009, with the live show running from 4-6 PM (Pacific) with re-runs occurring at other times. Other guests will be highlighted for the month of January, which Shokus has declared Animation Month, including writer Paul Dini, cartoon historian Jerry Beck, and a […]

Newsarama Interviews Voice Actors Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt (UPDATED Jan 9, 2009)

by Ed Liuon January 6, 2009
Newsarama has interviewed voice actors Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt. Among other topics, the pair discuss their roles in Naruto as Sasuke and Temari, their growing success as actors, how Lowenthal landed the role of Ben Tennyson in Ben 10 Alien Force, and how they react to the fan adoration they receive at conventions. UPDATED […]

PULSE News Interviews Will Friedle on "Batman: Brave & the Bold" Blue Beetle

by Ed Liuon December 19, 2008
Comicon.com’s PULSE News has spoken with actor Will Friedle about his new role as the Blue Beetle on Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Friedle discusses how he broke into the business, whether he was a comic-book fan growing up, and the difference between acting for the Warner Animation superheroes and for Disney’s Kim Possible. […]

Starpulse Interviews David Willis, Writer of ATHF and Voice Actor for Meatwad

by Ed Liuon December 16, 2008
Starpulse.com has posted an interview with David Willis, writer for Adult Swim’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force and the voice of Meatwad. Willis almost gives away actual information about the upcoming season and DVD volume 6 release, talks about the critical reaction to the ATHF feature film, and describes the most amazing piece of ATHF fan […]

Marvel Animation Interviews: MAA with Chris Yost; Comic Book Movie with Craig Kyle

by Ed Liuon December 16, 2008
The Marvel Animation Age has posted an interview with Marvel writer Chris Yost on his work for Hulk Vs. the new direct-to-video movie coming next year. Among other topics, Yost discusses how he got to work on the project, what keeps him coming back to the Hulk in the many animated series and DTVs he’s […]

Andrea Romano Discusses the Voices Behind "Wonder Woman" DTV

by Ed Liuon December 3, 2008
The World’s Finest has posted an interview provided by Warner Brothers Animation with voice director Andrea Romano, discussing her work on the Wonder Woman direct-to-video movie. In addition to discussing the vocal performances of the Wonder Woman cast, Romano discusses the diverse projects she gets involved in, what actors she’d love to work with, what […]

Susie Essman on Voicing Mittens in "Bolt"

by Ed Liuon November 26, 2008
Actor Susie Essman has spoken to the Fresno Bee about her role as the voice of the cynical cat Mittens in Disney’s new movie Bolt. Essman discusses the leeway she was given to improvise line readings during the recording sessions and the reasons why she loves her character.

Matt Damon, Tina Fey, and Cate Blanchett Join "Ponyo on the Cliff" English Dub Cast

by Ed Liuon November 26, 2008
GhibliWorld.com is reporting that Matt Damon, Tina Fey, Cate Blanchett, Liam Neeson, Lily Tomlin, Betty White, Fankie Jonas, Noah Cyrys and Cloris Leachman will be in the English dub cast for Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, the newest movie from director Hayao Miyazaki. The US version is produced by Frank Marshall and Kathleen […]

NY Times on "King of the Hill"'s Pamela Adlon

by Ed Liuon November 24, 2008
The New York Times has profiled actress Pamela Adlon (free registration required) and her balancing act between her life as a mother and her two radically different acting jobs: as the voice of Bobby Hill on King of the Hill and as Marcy Runkle in the Showtime series Californication. The article also covers her difficult […]

John Travolta on Getting In Touch with His Inner Dog for "Bolt"

by Ed Liuon November 21, 2008
The Boston Herald has spoken with John Travolta on his first voice-acting role as the title character in Disney’s Bolt, which opens today. Travolta discusses how his competitive nature caused him to wait to do an animated character’s voice and how the movie affected him.