There were so many highlights from my trip to LA last month. I had an amazing time at the star studded movie premiere of Frankenweenie, interviewing the child actors of Frankenweenie, and seeing Frankenweenie in the theater. I loved going behind the scenes at the Disney Annimation Studio and learning how Wreck-It Ralph was created.
Photo courtesy of Marshall Weinbaum
There were so many “once in a lifetime” moments on my trip but I was especially excited to have the opportunity to go into the same recording booth that Sarah Silverman and John C. Reilly recorded their lines for Wreck-It Ralph and try my hand at doing a voice over. It was a little scary at first with all the other bloggers watching. I will say that I wasn’t the first to volunteer. It took a little while to get up my nerves but I am so glad I did it. Vanellope Von Schweetz is my favorite character so I am so grateful that I was able to get a chance to be her even if just for a moment. I LOVE this movie. Check back soon for my movie review but I am sure you will love it, too!
Here I am recording the voice of Vanellope Von Schweetz:
Here’s the final product:
And here is the extended version of the scene from the actual movie. Sarah Silverman doesn’t have to worry about losing her job to me, that’s for sure! LOL
Come back next week to check out my interview with Wreck-It Ralph Director Rich Moore and Producer Clark Gregg!
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Disclosure: Thank you to Disney who paid for transportation, food, and accommodations for this event. No other compensation was given. All opinions are 100% my own.