Video Exclusive: Bolt Behind the Scenes - Characters

Part 3 of 3: What the voice actors bring to the movie.

by | February 11, 2009 | Comments

Bolt, the story of a canine TV star who finds himself on a cross-country journey when he gets separated from his owner, arrives in UK cinemas this week after a Certified Fresh opening in the US. We’re celebrating its release with a trio of exclusive Behind-the-Scenes videos featuring our interviews with Bolt’s executive producer John Lasseter, directors Chris Williams and Byron Howard, producer Clark Spencer and supervising animator Clay Kaytis as well as voice talent John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Susie Essman and Mark Walton. With Lasseter now at the helm of Walt Disney Animation Studios as Chief Creative Officer, we explore whether the company that brought us Bambi, Snow White and Aladdin are now in a position to get back to the business of crafting classics.

In our third and final featurette (catch part one here and part two here), we explore the casting of the characters and what John Travolta and Miley Cyrus bring to the voices.


Bolt Behind the Scenes - Casting the Voices
Click to watch our featurette Bolt Behind the Scenes – Casting the Voices

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Bolt is out now in the UK in 3D cinemas and in 2D this Friday. It’s out now in Australia and arrives on US DVD on 24th March.

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