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San Diego - Come on, kids, check out what Tom Kenny has to say about self-actualization. The famed voice actor behind "Spongebob Squarepants" -- and "The Powerpuff Girls," "CatDog," "Transformers: Animated," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," "The Boondocks," "Futurama," "Winnie the Pooh" and on and on -- was on hand at San Diego Comic-Con, talking characters and talking like his characters. As the new sequel "The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" comes down the pipeline, Kenny has been reflecting on his favorite roles. His longtime yellow underwater pal has "huge positivity and being comfortable with who he is." His other favorite? The Ice King, on Cartoon Network's "Adventure Time," who's clouded by "self-loathing... I've never thought about that!" Maybe Kenny should take on Jekyll and Hyde next. Watch the video above to hear what Tom Kenny thinks about all the fans who rush up to him screaming "I'm ready! »
- Katie Hasty
Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction will introduce at least one new villain in the form a Lockdown, a mysterious bounty hunter who shows up with a massive fleet on Earth and a nefarious plan to execute. He's the robot whose ships parks itself over Mark Wahlberg's house in all the previous trailers, then he transforms into a big cannon and puts a shot squarely into the chest of Optimus Prime.
In this new Transformers: Age of Extinction TV spot titled "villain," we get to hear the live-action version of Lockdown speak for the first time and his voice perfectly villainous. Mark Ryan (Black Sails) is voicing the character, the same guy who voiced Jetfire in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. »
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