Samuel L. Jackson Is the New Celeb Voice For Amazon’s Alexa, and Sure, He’ll Curse at You

September 27, 2019

Samuel L. Jackson has one of the crucial recognizable voices in Hollywood, which implies it is solely becoming for him to now be lending his vocal abilities to Amazon’s Alexa. The net retailer introduced on Sept. 25 that Jackson would be the first celeb to make use of his voice for the favored digital assistant software program, and in accordance with a product web page, the Shaft actor will be capable of let you know the climate, play music on command, inform jokes, set alarms, and extra.

Customers can have the choice to decide on between clear and express content material when buying the function, and I am cackling simply attempting to think about listening to Samuel L. Jackson’s voice hurling profanities at me to get me to get up within the morning. The function launches later this 12 months for a $ 1 introductory price, although as soon as the introductory interval is over, the value will go as much as $ 5. Watch the promotional video for it above.

William Phipps, Authentic Voice of Cinderella’s Prince Charming, Has Handed Away

June 4, 2018

William Phipps, Authentic Voice of Cinderella’s Prince Charming, Has Handed Away

+ The character actor identified for varied sci-fi and western films – however often known as the voice of Prince Charming in Disney’s 1950 animated movie Cinderella – handed away.

+ Reason behind loss of life has but to be introduced, however a buddy confirmed he’d been battling lung most cancers, which had been not too long ago difficult by pneumonia.

+ He was 96 years outdated and died on June 1st.

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Quickly-Tek Oh, voice of Mulan’s father and Asian-American theater pioneer, dies at 85

April 8, 2018

Actor Quickly-Tek Oh handed away on the age of 85. He was recognized for his roles within the Disney movie ‘Mulan’ and the James Bond movie ‘Man with the Golden Gun’. He was additionally a founding father of the East West Gamers, one of many first Asian-American theater corporations the U.S.; alumni embody B.D. Wong, John Cho, Daniel Dae Kim, and Kal Penn.

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Let This Video Be Your Annual Reminder That Jamie Foxx Has the Voice of a Damn Angel

June 16, 2017

Normally we wouldn’t support anyone interrupting a late night bit about adorable dogs wearing sunglasses, but Jamie Foxx gets a pass just this once. The Baby Driver actor surprised James Corden on Thursday night by derailing The Late Late Show to challenge him to one of the show’s epic riff-offs. With some help from The Filharmonic, the two belted out songs like Bruno Mars’s “24K Magic” and Stevie Wonder’s “For Once in My Life,” and nearly came to blows over who deserved to be the winner. Luckily Ansel Elgort popped up out of literally nowhere to calm them down, and proved he’s got some seriously impressive pipes of his own.

Who won THE VOICE?!

May 24, 2017

Before the winner was revealed, all four finalists performed for the last time in special collaborations:

Lauren Duski (Team Blake) performed Better Man with Little Big Town
Jesse Larson (Team Adam) performed Shining Star with Cee Lo Green
Chris Blue (Team Alicia) performed Everybody Hurts with Usher
Aliyah Mouldon (Team Blake) performed Scars to Your Beautiful with Alessia Cara

Sorry, Lauren performance isn’t up yet… I will add when it gets posted

A few previous contestants were also brought back to perform!

Mark Isaiah (Team Adam) performed Despacito with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee
Brennley Brown (Team Gwen) performed If You Want It with Rascal Flatts
Hunter (Team Gwen) performed Don’t Speak with Gwen
T Soul (Team Blake) and Vanessa (Team Alicia) performed You’re the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me and If I Were Your Woman with Gladys Knight

I’ll add Hunter’s when it goes up.

So, this season’s winner?!


FOURTH PLACE: Jesse Larson
THIRD PLACE: Aliyah Moulden
WINNER…CHRIS BLUE!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m so happy right now!!!! But fans are already complaining that it was rigged and that Lauren or Hunter should have won…

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