‘Addams Family’ animated movie casts Charlize Theron to voice Morticia Addams

/ 06:28 PM June 06, 2018

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“The Addams Family” animated film added Academy Award winner Charlize Theron to its star-studded voice cast.

Theron will lend her voice to Morticia Addams, alongside Golden Globe winner Conrad Vernon Oscar Isaac, who will voice Gomez Addams. Chloë Grace Moretz and “Stranger Things” star Finn Wolfhard will voice the mischievous children Wednesday and Pugsley Addams. Nick Kroll will breathe life to Uncle Fester, while Bette Midler will voice Grandmama. The Addams’ arch nemesis will be voiced by Academy Award winner Allison Janney.


Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon will co-direct the film, while Matt Lieberman worked on the screenplay, according to a statement by Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures.

This new animated take on the classic satirical and macabre family, created by American cartoonist Charles Addams, faces them off against a crafty reality-TV host while getting ready to welcome their extended family for a grand, Addams-style celebration.


The Addams Family will make its way to cinemas on Oct. 11, 2019.  /ra


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