Will Ferrell – Megamind
Will Ferrell goes back a few years. From Saturday Night Live to Land of The Lost, Ferrell has given us many hours of pure entertainment. He has also starred behind the scenes as the voice of Megamind in 2010.
The computer-animated movie evolves around the super-intelligent out-of-space alien, who defeats Metro Man, his nemesis. It became a box office success and is known as one up until this day.
Jay Leno – The Fairly OddParents
The Fairly OddParents is a T.V. series launched in the early 2000s and was broadcast until 2017. The show covers the life of a ten-year-old kid, alongside his step-parents, teachers friends, and more characters that helped turn this show into something great. Many celebrities granted their voices to the show such as Alec Baldwin, Scott Hamilton, and no other than Jay Leno.
Mr. Leno was not chosen randomly. It was essential that Crimson Chin is voiced by someone with a suited one. A chin that is.
Robin Williams – Aladdin
In fiction films, nonfiction films, and animated films, the main characters are usually the best ones. The supporting roles enrich the storyline and help build the leading roles. In the movie Aladdin, the boundaries overlapped and the supporting role of the Genie stole the show.
Robin Williams who voiced the Genie, turned his character into one no one could forget. With his comic attitude and ability to improvise so freely, Genie is one of Disney's best characters of all time.
Matthew Broderick – The Lion King
Ferris Buller's day off obviously ended eventually, as Matthew Broderick took the time to enrich his soul and nourish his talent with voicing techniques. Broderick voiced the grown-up Simba in The Lion King, one of Disney's greatest movies.
Luckily Simba has his friends and family to learn the secrets of life as if teaching was up to Mr. Ed Roony or Ferris himself, we are not sure how Simba would have succeeded.
Adam Sandler – Hotel Transylvania
The story of Dracula has been told for years and years, however, the Adam Sandler version was released only in 2012 and carried the name Hotel Translyvania. Hotel Transylvania shows us the other side of the vicious vampires and humorously transfers them into relaxed and calm creatures.
Adam Sandler voiced Drac, a more modern count Dracula, and turned his character into the funny guy, just like himself.