Pale Man wrote: »
You must not have liked Sam and Max, Wallace and Gromit, or Monkey Island then, since they replaced actors in each of those games.
Evil Monkey g1 wrote: »
The difference is here we associate these characters with their actors. For example if they make a indy game and ford isn't doing the voice then it's not indy because we know him as indy. It's more than just voice work, we have actually seen these people for years.
MusicallyInspired wrote: »
That doesn't mean it would be suited for Marty McFly. I'm sorry, I don't want Armato anywhere near Marty.
vitas wrote: »
and hopefully Christopher Lloyd as the Doc but if unable then at least Dan Castellaneta who voiced him
Irishmile wrote: »
Micheal and Christopher have really unique voices and it would be really hard for anyone else to pull it off convincingly.
HeyArnold wrote: »
I think it is the same as when Lucasarts published Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, when Harrie Ford did not do the voice acting. Thinking, "How is it going to be indy with no Ford?", but they managed to find a pretty good voice double.
I think it is the same with MJ Fox and Christopher, there ought to be a double somewhere. But I think that they will probably be in for it themselves anyway...
doodo! wrote: »
They can get all of them. Trust me.
Alucard wrote: »
I want the voice of Michael J. Fox, Thomas F. Wilson and Christopher Lloyd. Not some sound alikes, I want the real voices of the actors here guys. This is Back To The Future. Don't screw this up ok?
jp-30 wrote: »
Michael J Fox may not be able to sound like Marty McFly any longer.
Spykes wrote: »
Chris Lloyd also recently did Doc's voice for the Simpsons Ride in their Queue line videos. So it's not like he hasn't done the voice recently.
I also can't imagine it takes that long to do voice over work. If it took more than a week to do a "seasons" worth of VO, I'd be shocked.
thesporkman wrote: »
Here's a clip of Michael's most recent TV appearance on the Colbert Report:
He seems to be doing a little bit better than was in interviews with him I'd seen from a couple years ago.
Pale Man wrote: »
They didn't use the voice of Wallace for Wallace and Gromit, and those games were stellar. Having the original voices is great and all, but by no means necessary.
FitzoliverJ wrote: »
I gather that the guy who supplied the voice was Aardman's official back-up voice for Wallace. And he sounds a helluva lot more like Peter Sallis than Nick Park does on the "Wererabbit" DVD extras.