A Time-Traveling Green Silverhawk from the Far Future (voiced by Newman) Flashback flies back in time to save the SilverHawks from an exploding sun when he encounters the "much older" Stargazer, who informs him of the fatal day the SilverHawks perished. The future green Silverhawk agrees to help, but first must return to his own time period to prevent it from happening.
Newman was cast as the voice of the future green Silverhawk after Jim Capobianco was unavailable for the role. Capobianco had been the voice of Silverhawks since its creation in 1999, and was also one of its producers. After the show's third season, Capobianco left to pursue other projects and was replaced by Jon Favreau who later became famous for creating and producing the television series Star Wars: The New Jedi Order and then subsequently Iron Man.
There are several differences between the old and new voices of the character. The new voice is more mature and gravelly than the young Capobianco's voice, which made him a good fit for the far future green Silverhawk. Also, while Capobianco used a Southern accent for the character, the new voice is completely different and not related to anyone else in any way.
In addition to playing the part of the future green Silverhawk, Newman provides all the voice over recordings for the character himself.
The film is Pixar's eighth animated feature film. The plot revolves around Carl Fredricksen, an old widower (voiced by Edward Asner), and Russell, a youthful wilderness explorer (Jordan Nagai). After Carl loses his wife, he decides to travel across America with his dog using his one remaining parachute to give away gifts that he has made over the years.
Anthony Daniels provides Carl's voice. He is joined by other voices including Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime, Jim Parsons as Frozone, Kelly Macdonald as Mrs. Pratchett, David Ogden Stiers as Mr. Pratchitt, and Frank Welker as Eeyore.
Carl was inspired by Walt Disney's character Donald Duck. Both Carl and Donald are old men who travel across America using their last parachute. They also share some similarities with Woody from Toy Story; they are both small toys that get passed down from one owner to the next. However, unlike Woody, Carl does not want to be collected by children but rather left for strangers to find and fall in love with them.
Up was released on June 9, 2009. It received positive reviews from critics and has made more than $400 million at the box office worldwide.
The role was also performed by actor Bill Paxton in the live-action film Thunderbirds.
|Voiced by||Peter Dyneley (original series) Lee Majors (remake series) Jon Culshaw (2021 audio series)|
CC-1004 first appeared in canon in the 2005 film Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, when he was portrayed by Temuera Morrison, who also voiced all of the other clone troopers in the film. In the Star Wars Legends tie-in reference book Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: The Visual Dictionary, he was initially identified as "Gree."
In addition to his role as a clone trooper, CC-1004 serves as a translator for the droids C-3PO and R2-D2 on board the starship Eravana during parts of the episode. He also appears in several scenes talking with Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen).
After Revenge of the Sith, CC-1004 was included as one of the characters in the 2008 video game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. In this game, he is given the name "Cyrano De Bergerac" and is represented by a human actor. His voice was provided by Brian Bloom.
Morrison died in August 2015 at the age of 62. He had been battling cancer for more than a year before his death.
CC-1004 has not appeared in any subsequent films but he does appear in the comic books produced by Marvel Comics. These comics depict him as a member of the First Order who survived the Battle of Endor.
He returned to Total Drama All-Stars as a contestant and a minor antagonist. He was voiced by Tyrone Savage. Lightning is an exceedingly zealous and competitive jock who values winning above everything else. When he finds out that there is a contest, he becomes obsessed with winning it. He also has a tendency to get into fights for no reason.
During his time on Total Drama All-Stars, he defeats four contestants in battle games before being eliminated himself. His last battle was against Tyson, a former friend turned enemy. After losing this fight, he decides to quit playing the game altogether. However, after hearing that there's still more money to be made, he changes his mind and returns for the finale show where he faces off against Gemma for the title of champion. During this battle, it is revealed that he is actually the winner of the game since he came in first. However, due to his aggressive nature, he is forced to defend his title against all comers until they can be decided by a final match between two players. If he loses, he will have to retire from fighting forever.
However, despite his defeat, he decides to stay in the competition and form a team with Gemma's ex-friend Cassie (who was also defeated by him in battle) for the upcoming Grand Finale.