By Stephanie Ciccarelli
May 11, 2006
Even the King, Richard Petty got involved... This must be good.
Disney and Pixar are about to release a new feature animated film called "Cars".
Would you be interested in watching a videoof a voice talent recording session?
Well, you're in luck! A promotional cut with the films producer Darla K. Anderson is available for your viewing pleasure online, complete with appearances and session takes by Owen Wilson, Cheech Marin, John Ratzenberger, Bonnie Hunt, and more.
Alongside Hollywood stars are NASCAR heroes, Richard Petty, Mario Andretti, Darrell Waltrip, and Dale Earnhardt Jr.; a perfect fit for this automobile adventure.
The Hollywood voice acting crew consists of Cheech Marin, Bonnie Hunt, Owen Wilson, John Ratzenberger, Jenifer Lewis, Larry the Cable Guy, and Paul Newman.
If you're a fan of NASCAR and other forms of auto racing, you are sure to enjoy every minute of this new action-packed full length animated feature, complete with the voice talents of The King, #43, and wife Lynda Petty.
Richard and Lynda are also in the voice acting session feature. Richard is wearing his signature cowboy hat and sunglasses. The couple looks quite comfortable in front of the microphone.
"Cars" premieres on June 9th, 2006. Let us know what you think next month!
P.S. Visit the official Disney / Pixar "Cars" website to view the trailer and see the "Cars" showroom.
P.P.S. To watch the voice actor recording session, click on the movie poster above and be patient as it takes a couple of seconds to load (it'll say 'locating media', 'connecting to media' and 'buffering' before it starts to play).Related Topics: Disney, Hollywood, Pixar
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