Jul 15, 2013 5:10AM
I cannot stand how these MSN articles are set up - I like to click-and-READ a story, not click-and-read 50 words full of links I then have to click to see search results.
Okay, MSN, I get it you are trying to pad your numbers with "more searches by BING than GOOGLE" by subjecting us to this nonsense format but ENOUGH ALREADY!!!!!
Does this tick anyone else off?
Jul 15, 2013 5:40AM
MSN... when you try to pad your BING numbers, I just go to Google to perform the searches THERE... I suggest everyone else do the same. Then maybe they'll stop this annoying mess.
Jul 15, 2013 8:32AM
MSN is a crap hub. I use it just for the e-mail signature I have....starting wonder if its worth all the bush league BS.
Jul 15, 2013 3:21AM
I am surprised and disappointed that the Lone Range movie didn't do better in the box office Could it be the prices; that people are too broke, tired of Johnny Depp, or pissed off at fact that Hollywood actors get paid way too much
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|Whose Voice Is That? Unexpected Celebrity Voices in Animated Movies|
By Daynah Burnett for MSN Movies
Even though stars have lent their voices to films for decades, it's said that the current phenomenon of celebrity voice-overs in animated films can be traced back to a single 1992 Disney movie, and one unforgettably manic character voiced by this actor. Hard to disagree!
It seems like now the entire cast of the latest Pixar or Dreamworks film can read like a who's who of Hollywood, usually with award-winning actors or raunchy comics lending their voices to goofy characters aimed at kids. This summer's "Monsters University" (watch the trailer) features the voice of this Oscar-winning actress, and look no further than "Despicable Me 2" (see the trailer), for the voice talents from stars you'd never expect in a family-friendly movie (like this guy).
Check out our list of surprising A-list voice-overs and see if you can recall which animated films featured their celebrity voices.