The Kindom Hearts 3 English voice cast will feature many returning celebrity voice actors in the Disney film roles that they originated.
Square Enix announced the Kindom Hearts 3 English voice cast in a PR today.
–Josh Gad (Frozen, Beauty and the Beast) as Olaf from Frozen
–Kristen Bell (Frozen, Veronica Mars, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) as Anna from Frozen
–Idina Menzel (Frozen, Enchanted, Rent) as Elsa from Frozen
–Jonathan Groff (Frozen, Mindhunter, American Sniper) as Kristoff from Frozen
–Zachary Levi (Tangled, Chuck, Thor: The Dark World) as Flynn Rider from Tangled
–Donna Murphy (Tangled, Center Stage) as Mother Gothel from Tangled
–John Ratzenberger (Toy Story, Cheers, The Incredibles, Coco) as Hamm from Toy Story
–Wallace Shawn (Toy Story, The Princess Bride, The Good Wife) as Rex from Toy Story
–Tate Donovan (Hercules, The O.C., Argo) as Hercules from Hercules
–Kevin R. McNally (Pirates of the Caribbean Series) as Gibbs from the Pirates of the Caribbean series
–Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck
–Bill Farmer as Goofy
Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense, A.I.) will reprise his role in Kingdom Hearts 3 as Sora.
Some missing celebrity names in the Kindom Hearts 3 English voice cast are those of Hayden Panettiere as Kairi, Brittany Snow as Naminé, Alyson Stoner as Xion, Jesse McCartney as Roxas/Ven, Jason Dohring as Terra, Willa Holland as Aqua, Orlando Bloom as Will Turner, Kiera Knightley as Elizabeth Swan, and Mandy Moore as Rapunzel.
It has already been confirmed that Johhny Depp, Tom Hanks, and Tim Allen will not be returning to voice the roles that they originated in their respective Disney movies.
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Kingdom Hearts 3 releases for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 29, 2019.
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