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Everyone’s favorite pic-a-nic basket-stealing bear comes to the big screen in “Yogi Bear,” a live-action/CG animated adventure in 3D, set for a December 2010 release. This new adaptation of Hanna-Barbera’s classic cartoon will star Academy Award® nominee Dan Aykroyd (“Driving Miss Daisy”) as the voice of Jellystone Park’s most famous troublemaker, Yogi Bear. Two-time Emmy Award winner (“Saturday Night Live”) and six-time Grammy Award winner Justin Timberlake, previously starring as Artie in “Shrek the Third,” will star as the voice of Boo Boo, Yogi’s faithful pal and co-conspirator in his tireless schemes to separate Jellystone Park patrons from their lunches. »
- Buzzfocus Staff
Warner Bros' "Yogi Bear" movie barely made back it's $80 million budget, but that's apparently enough to start developing a sequel. What's Playing website has learned that the studio is doing exactly that and is also considering to bring another classic Hanna-Barbera character to the big screen. That character is Huckleberry Hound, whose 1960s "The Huckleberry Hound Show" won an Emmy for the studio. Huckleberry Hound is a blue Southern dog who performs jobs in different fields, ranging from policeman to dogcatcher, with results that usually backfire, yet he always comes out on top either through slow persistence or sheer luck. Huckleberry did not seem to exist in a specific time period as he has also been a Roman gladiator, a Medieval knight, and a rocket scientist. »
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