Calling all Disney fans!
We will be seeing every Disney princess from Snow White to Moana on the big screen all together for the first time, all thanks to Wreck-It Ralph.
So, how did this epic meet-up come about? The movie’s main characters, Ralph and Vanellope, leave their video games and end up traveling through the internet, eventually finding themselves on Disney’s website. The site features all of the Disney princesses as well as other Disney characters like Iron Man and Dumbo.
Some of the original actresses are returning to voice the princesses, but some will be voicing an iconic princess for the very first time. Here is a compiled list of all the voices for the new movie:
1. Anna from Frozen: Kristen BellUS WEEKLY
As Anna in Frozen, as well as the star of Veronica Mars and a comedic actress, Bell has a long resume with no end in sight. She is currently working on Frozen 2 and A Bad Moms Christmas in addition to being the full-time wife of actor Dax Shepard and a mother of two.
2. Elsa from Frozen: Idina MenzelINDIEWIRE
You probably know Menzel and her breathtaking voice from acting as Elsa or her roles in Rent, Glee and Enchanted. Her performance as Maureen in Rent earned her a Tony back in 1996 when her rise to fame began. The star is currently on a world tour promoting her new album.
3. Rapunzel from Tangled: Mandy MooreLIST CHALLENGES
Moore’s career began as a singer/songwriter touring with the Backstreet Boys. Although her music couldn’t keep up with other icons at the time such as Brittney Spears and Christina Aguilera, Moore has definitely proven herself as an actress with an overwhelmingly lengthy IMDB page.
4. Moana from Moana: Auli’i CravalhoPOPSUGAR
Making her debut as Moana, the Hawaiian actress has truly impressed the world with her angelic voice. There will definitely be more in store for her.
5. Belle from Beauty and the Beast: Paige O’HaraD23.COM
The OG Belle! Basically, her entire career has revolved around voicing Belle, but we’re not complaining!
6. Merida from Brave: Kelly MacdonaldTELEGRAPH
Macdonald is a Scottish actress born and raised in Glasglow. Aside from Brave, you may remember her as Helena Ravenclaw in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
7. Jasmine from Aladdin: Linda LarkinD23.COM
Much like O’Hara, Larkin is the original voice of Princess Jasmine and has built an entire career based on the role. How many of us can say that we’re Disney princesses for a living?
8. Ariel from The Little Mermaid: Jodi BensonYOUTUBE
Benson is the original voice of Ariel in the 1989 film The Little Mermaid and notable for voicing Barbie in all of the Toy Story movies.
9. Tiana from The Princess and the Frog: Anika Noni RoseOH MY DISNEY
Rose’s career started by playing Lorrell Robinson in Dreamgirls and she has also been in Bates Motel, Law and Order, Private Practice and The Good Wife.
10. Mulan from Mulan: Ming-Na WenNBC NEWS
Wen has a long history of entertainment including roles on Law and Order, Jimmy Neutron, ER, Nashville, Phineas and Ferb and Lego Marvel’s Avengers. It’s difficult to pick just a few.
11. Pocahontas from Pocahontas: Irene BedardZIMBIO
Born in Alaska, this actress and producer is best known for Pocahontas and The Tree of Life. She is only five feet tall and her nickname is Peanut.
12. Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Katherine Von Till (rumored)LISTAL
Besides playing a well-known (just kidding) tech support recording on the Big Bang Theory, Till is best known for her work on Conan and The Hunted.
13. Cinderella from Cinderella: Jennifer Hale (rumored)NERDIST
Rumor has it this fabulous voice will belong to Cinderella. Hale has the longest list of work of them all! She is probably the most known for her role in Star Wars, but has also voiced characters in The Powerpuff Girls, Scooby Doo and X-Men.
14. Aurora from Sleeping Beauty: Kate Higgins (rumored)ALCHETRON
This actress also voiced Barbie in the short television series and was in Naruto. Higgins also voiced a bunch of other video game characters.
Ralph Breaks the Internet is scheduled for release on November 21, 2018.