Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Cords and Knightley voiced the cartoon about Oorfene deuce – Газета.Ru

28.09.2016 | 21:08

Sergei Shnurov and keira Knightley voiced 3D animated film “Urfin jus and his wooden soldiers” on the fairy tale by Alexander Volkov, reports RIA news with reference to the press service of the company “Our cinema”.

it is Reported that the actor voiced the Oorfene deuce and Cords — General of the busiest soldiers blockheads. The cartoon Directors are the creators of the hits of Studio “Mill” – “Ivan Tsarevich and the Grey wolf” and “Fortress” Vladimir Toropchin, Fedor Dmitriev and Darin Schmidt, producer Sergey Selyanov.

“not the first time I heard in the cartoons. Me this thing amusing, especially if the role is small. To voice the main character is very laborious, in fact it is hard work, and those professionals who are really working on this deserve great respect,” — said Cords.

According to him, General blockheads is absolutely typical character “to our own and not our latitudes”. He added that this character in my head no nothing, like most of the population of the planet Earth.

the actor said that the actors are more interested in the role of villains, where you can create a very impressive range.

it is Noted that Cords and Khabensky first voiced their characters, the casting for the other roles of the cartoon “Urfin jus and his wooden soldiers” continues.

Specifies that the cartoon “Urfin jus and his wooden soldiers” will be released on March 23, 2017.

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