North West to Make Voice Acting Debut Alongside Kim Kardashian in 'Paw Patrol' Movie
Kim Kardashian starred in the first Paw Patrol movie when it hit theaters in 2021, and now she’s bringing along daughter North West for its upcoming sequel.
Per Variety, Kim and the artist formerly known as Kanye West’s nine-year-old daughter is set to make her voice acting debut in the animated sequel, Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie. Kim portrayed a poodle named Delores in the original film, and she expressed her excitement about the role due to how much her children loved the show it’s based on.
They’re joined by a stacked cast that will also include newcomers Kristin Bell, Christian Convery, Mckenna Grace, James Marsden, Serena Williams, Lil Rel Howery, and Taraji P. Henson. The rest of the cast is rounded out by returning voice actors Marsai Martin, Ron pardo, and Callum Shonike.
According to the plot synopsis for the sequel, The Mighty Movie will see the titular animated dogs emboldened by superpowers after a meteor crashes into Adventure City. “This year marks the 10th anniversary of the PAW Patrol franchise and what better way to celebrate than the release of our second feature film,” said producer Jennifer Dodge. “As we continue to expand the PAW Patrol universe for fans, we’ll follow the pups on mightier missions and explore their backstories, this time with a heartwarming tale centered around our heroine Skye. With this cast of dynamic voice talent, we’re bringing a whole new level of excitement to the big screen.”
Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie will debut in theaters on Oct. 13.
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