In a first, Harrison Ford to voice a character in animated movie 'The Secret life of pets 2'
Harrison Ford along with Tiffany Haddish and Patton Oswalt are the new cast of the The secret life of pets sequel.
After playing Han Solo and Indiana Jones, Hollywood veteran of 40 years is now set to be a part of his first animated feature. He is now part of the cast of upcoming animated film 'The secret life of pets 2'.
In the Illumination Entertainment Section of the Universal Pictures' panel at the Cinema Con, the finial cast of The 'Secret life of pets 2' was revealed, which also included Ford.
However, Ford's character was not revealed, the speculations suggest its either a villain or a wise character imparting wisdom based on Ford's vocal attributes. At 75, Ford is adding an animated film to his legacy.
Harrison Ford is the new addition to the cast, previously unveiled reports include actress and comedian Tiffany Hadish and Patton Oswalt on board.
Oswalt replaced Louse C.K as Max the Jack Russell Terrier as he was removed from the cast because of sexual harassment allegations against him in last November.
As for Haddish, she will be voicing a shih tzu, however dog's name has not been not revealed. The actress will also lend her voice to the LEGO Movie Sequel.
The 'League's' Nick Kroll and and 'Crashing's' Pete Holmes have also joined 'The Secret Life of Pets 2', but their characters weren't revealed.
Kroll was brilliant as voice actor in 'Sausage Party', 'Sing', 'Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie' and the Netflix series 'Big Love'. Holmes has done voice acting in 'Ugly Americans', 'American Dad' and 'Animals'.
The cast from the first part returns with Kevin Hart, Eric Stonestreet, Dana Carvey, Jenny Slate, Ellie Kemper, Lake Bell, Hannibal Buress and Bobby Moynihan. Chris Renaud is returning to direct and Brian Lynch is back for scripting duties. The first Secret Life of Pets garnered positive criticism after its release in 2016, and it made over $875 million worldwide.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 will be released in theaters on June 7.