Chris Rock Hangs with Zebra Pack in "Madagascar 2"

by | March 8, 2007 | Comments

"Madagascar" had Marty the zebra searching for his wild home in the jungles of Africa. Since the movie made so much money, all the zoo animals are back in the wild for "Madagascar 2," and Marty has all new identity issues.

"It’s weird, in this movie that my character, we go back to Madagascar," said voice actor Chris Rock. "He gets around a lot of zebras and they’re like his people. He’s loving being around all these zebras until his old friends can’t recognize him amongst the zebras and he wants to feel special again."

With the "Madagascar" sequel and "Bee Movie" on his slate, Rock is hooked on cartoons. "You know, just right place right time, lucked up. Thank God for animation. I can turn down a lot of movies now."

The live action previews for "Bee Movie" don’t reveal anything about the animated film, so Rock told us. "I’m a mosquito in Bee Movie."

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