Wow! Talk about a last minute change!
It feels like we've been waiting FOREVER to Disney to finally release The Good Dinosaur, and that's probably because its original release date got pushed back by more than a year!
Well the production mishaps might not be entirely through, as it has just been announced that nearly all of the voice actors have been replaced!
That's right! The Good Dinosaur was originally set to have Lucas Neff in its starring spot with other big names like John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, Bill Hader, Judy Greer, and Neil Patrick Harris in supporting roles!
[ Related: The First Trailer For The Good Dinosaur Is Finally HERE! ]
However, 13-year-old Raymond Ochoa will now be voicing the main character of Arlo, which is a pretty big shakeup considering Lucas was originally meant to play the role and he's more than twice his age!
Ray will be joined by another impressive cast that includes Jack Bright, Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, Al Buckley, Anna Paquin, and Sam Elliott! So far, it appears Frances McDormand is the only original cast member keeping her role!
We're gonna miss NPH, but having Sookie on board DEFINITELY helps!
This is a pretty big change considering the movie comes out on Thanksgiving week, but at this point it doesn't even matter anymore! We just want to see this movie already!!!