We are soooo excited to announce that the brilliant Paloma Faith is voicing Portia in Disney’s 101 Dalmatian Street…..
Watch the Sneak Peek here:
Paloma Faith says of voicing Portia “I’m voicing a poodle who is dark, intense and has tons of attitude. She is pretty much the coolest pup in Camden Town and loves taking centre stage when drama happens. As you can imagine Portia is hugely entertaining to voice and just one of many wonderful and colourful characters that are part of this incredible new series.”
The brilliant Bill Nighy, Gemma Arterton and Luke Evans are announced as star talent in the British animated feature film “StarDog & TurboCat” produced and directed by Ben Smith – Red Star Animation – who are based in sunny Sheffield! Distributed by Kaleidoscope Film Distribution.
Spice Girl Emma Bunton is making a special guest appearance on Disney Junior. She’s the voice of a new character, Muhimu, in THE LION GUARD TV series on Disney Channel!
The Lion Guard set after the original The Lion King movie and follows the adventures of Simba’s son and friends around the Pride Lands!
British Olympic diver Tom Daley has teamed up with Cartoon Network to launch the next phase of the CN Buddy Network anti-bullying campaign.
‘I’m a massive, massive fan of Doc McStuffins and for me this is really surreal. I spend most of my time, and most of my day when I’m with my daughter talking about Doc and watching Doc McStuffins.
‘My favourite character on the show is by far Doc. She is an incredible role model, you know, she’s a female doctor, she’s strong willed, she’s smart, she’s kind, she’s compassionate, and she celebrates everything wonderful about being a woman.’
Alesha follows in the footsteps of Doc McStuffins’ previous high-profile celebrity guest stars, including First Lady Michelle Obama and Downtown Abbey stars Joanne Froggatt and Lesley Nicol.
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Cartoon Network is kicking off Sept. 29 its annual Stop Bullying: Speak Up campaign with a video call-to-action encouraging people to speak up on behalf of kids who need help.
With a goal of attaining the combined voice of 1 million user-generated videos, the network is giving people the opportunity to say to the world, “I Speak Up.” By proclaiming those three words into a mobile device and sharing the video at www.StopBullyingSpeakUp.com as well as their own social media platforms using the hashtag #ISpeakUp, participants are vowing to say something if they witness bullying.
The initiative, which first launched in 2010, will culminate during Cartoon Network’s Speak Up WeekSept. 29 through Oct. 3, as a kick-off to National Bullying Prevention Month in October.
We cast the gorgeous Tinie Tempah for Cartoon Network who spoke frankly and sincerely about why it’s best to be a buddy and not a bully. Select videos from participants will become part of new campaign spots to appear on Cartoon Network, its digital platforms and Boomerang throughout October. says Michelle Jones, animation casting director – Brilliant Casting.
Brilliant Casting were asked by Disney to find a celebrity to help launch the UK Winnie the Pooh Laureate competition. We are delighted to announce that we signed Heart FM radio presenter, Jamie Theakston for the project. The storytelling contest award five people whose Winnie the Pooh inspired stories celebrate their area’s local history and landmarks. says Michelle Jones, animation casting director – Brilliant Casting.
A voice competition was created to promote the DVD release of Toy Story 3 with the sponsor Asda. Nine lucky children won the chance to visit Pinewood Studios and record their voices for the 3 “Little Peas”. Local press coverage made heroes of all of the finalists and CBBC’s Newsround loved the story so much they even filmed our winning little peas recording their voices and made them national TV stars too!
See the video here!
Disney XD wanted to raise awareness of the TV animated show Phineas and Ferb here in the UK. Using finished episodes, which hadn’t yet aired in the UK, Michelle cast four household names into cameo roles. Simon Pegg was cast as Paul the delivery man, Jonathan Ross as the Ducky Salesman, Lenny Henry as Iggy and Lorraine Kelly as The Judge. National press, TV and online coverage for the star talent casting initiative was huge to say the least! Were our star talent happy too? “Yes, yes, I think they were!”
See the video here!
Brilliant Casting will create assets for marketing and publicity, photography behind the scenes, making of EPKs, and music videos so that your star talent casting and competitions get maximum coverage across all media.