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Statler and Waldorf is a 2020 American 3D computer-animated musical action comedy adventure film, produced by Michael Shires Pictures, Shires Animation Group, 1492 Pictures, The Jim Henson Company and Atlas Entertainment and distributed by Shires+ and Netflix.

Voice Cast

  • Peter Linz as Statler
  • Dave Goelz as Waldorf
  • Steve Whitmire as Weldon the IT Guy
  • Travis Willingham as Carl Conover
  • Dave B. Mitchell as Beach hermit
  • Roger Rose as Junkyard watchman
  • Ken Jeong as Kenny Kapow
  • Tracy Morgan as Ranger Richard
  • Jason Isaacs as Jest
  • Mark Wahlberg as Master Lee
  • Kiersey Clemons as Meg
  • Kari Wahlgren as Diana
  • Paul DeLuise as George
  • John Kevin as Spooner
  • Frank Welker as Ringo
  • David Jason as Leon Boy
  • Boris Johnson as himself (uncredited)
  • Donald Trump as himself (uncredited)
  • Jim Meskimen as Mr. Osbourne (uncredited)
  • Henry Winkler as Old Bird (uncredited)
  • James Marsden as Ken Rogers (uncredited)
  • Sally Hawkins as Ma Hatfield (uncredited)
  • Hugh Bonneville as Pa Hatfield (uncredited)
  • Huckleberry Milner as Hatfield son (uncredited)
  • Kyla Rae Kowalewski as Hatfield daughter (uncredited)
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Hatfield dog (uncredited)
  • Karin Konoval as Aggie Wilkins (uncredited)

Additional Voices

  • Scott McCord
  • Drew Nelson
  • Deven Mack
  • Emilie-Claire Barlow
  • Katie Crown
  • Cory Doran
  • Sarah Gadon
  • Christian Potenza
  • Kristin Fairlie
  • Lilly Bartlam
  • Bahia Watson
  • Darren Frost
  • Wyatt White
  • Evany Rosen

Rating

  • The film was rated R for language.

Production

  • The animation is produced by Blur Studio and Marza Animation Planet.

Trivia

  • This is the second Shires Animation Group movie to feature the Michael Shires Pictures fanfare at the start of the film.

Release

  • Statler and Waldorf is scheduled to be theatrically released in the United States on December 25, 2020. The film was initially scheduled for release on July 24, 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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