I just read this interview with Will Arnett where he talks about his role in G-Force. I think it will be really fun to see him in an animated role.
"The guinea pigs are voiced by a who's who of A-list celebrities, from Nicolas Cage to Penelope Cruz. Arnett has one of the live-action roles."I play an FBI agent who's trying to shut down this rogue government project that was developed to try to give animals, domestic animals, the ability to speak, to use as spies," Arnett says. "This crazy scientist played by Zach Galifianakis, he's kind of at odds with this maniacal sort of devilish entrepreneur billionaire played by Bill Nighy, so there's this crazy web." Arnett joked that he was jealous he had to actually show up on set when his co-stars could just record voices later."
You'll get to see Will Arnett in 'G-Force' as opposed to just hearing him. He's currently voicing The Missing Link in 'Monsters vs. Aliens' from DreamWorks Animation.
You are right, that is what I meant. Seeing Will Arnett just affiliated with an CGI animated film will be nice and different.
ALIASd -- Since when are Nicolas Cage and Penelope Cruz B-list actors? I was pretty impressed by the line up in this movie. I am still anxiously awaiting another trailer before I make any quick judgments. From the looks of the first trailer, it will be a cute, fun movie.
So did I, and it would make a cool movie too. Secret agent guinea pigs pales in comparison.
Ya, this movie isn't based on the Japanese anima Gatchaman. It is an entirely different story, a lot of people keep getting the two confused.
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If you follow the responses to the posts above you'll see that I was referring to 'Beverly Hills Chihuahua' not 'G-Force' with that info.
ALIAS -- I am so sorry. I actually went back and reread this thread 2 times. I get it now, I thought you were being snarky and didn't realize you were replying to the quote from nathan detroit. I apologize.
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Re: G-Force (2009)
04/22/2009 10:08 AM ET
Walt Disney Pictures' and Jerry Bruckheimer Films' "G-Force" Teams Up With Major League Baseball in Unprecedented All-Star Game, Grand-Slam Million-Ticket Sweepstakes
First One Million Fans to Enter the Sweepstakes will Win Free Tickets to See "G-FORCE" on Its Opening Day if a Grand Slam is Hit During MLB All-Star Game
A team of secret government operatives are infiltrating Major League Baseball this season. Their mission? Give away one million tickets to see their movie "G-FORCE" on its opening day. From Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films comes "G-FORCE," a 3-D high-octane comedy adventure about a covert government program in which guinea pigs are trained to work in espionage. The film, opening nationwide July 24, teams up with MLB for the unprecedented G-Force Grand Slam Sweepstakes. If a grand slam is hit during the All-Star Game on July 14, the first million people who have entered on Disney.com will win a free ticket to see "G-FORCE" on its opening day.
The program marks the most comprehensive promotional sponsorship of Major League Baseball by a major motion picture ever and the first movie promoting its debut during the Major League Baseball All-Star Game since Disney's "Angels in the Outfield" in 1994.
Thanks for that news, ALIASd! That sounds like a great idea! This will promote MLB and it is a fun activity for children to attend!
I also wanted to share the newest trailer, it is finally here! I couldn't stop laughing throughout the entire thing. This is such a cute summer movie! That is the perfect time to release a film like this.