Mila Kunis is no foreigner to voice work. Unless you’ve been vital in a cavern or miss a clarity of humor, afterwards we already know that Kunis is a long-time voice of Meg Griffin on Seth MacFarlane’s “Family Guy” TV show. She’ll be adding to her list of voice work credits with a stop-motion charcterised film “Hell and Back”, in that she’ll play a demon in hell. A voluptuous demon in hell, I’d imagine.
Kunis joins Nick Swardson, TJ Miller, Rob Riggle, Brian Posehn and Kumail Najiani on a R-rated film, that follows “two best friends (Swardson and Miller) as they rescue a friend who’s been dragged to ruin by accident.”
Kunis will play “a womanlike demon whose ability to navigate a underworld creates her a toughest brute demon in Hell. Her eccentric strain comes from a fact she’s half human. She was sired by a Orpheus of parable when he trafficked down a River Styx, nailing all in sight.” Since a film is R-rated, will we be saying Orpheus “nailing all in sight”? One can usually hope. After all, who can’t use a small stop-motion raunchy sex in their, er, stop-motion charcterised movie?
ShadowMachine’s Corey Campodonico, Eric Blyler and Alex Bulkley are producing, with Tommy Gianas and Ross Shuma directing. ShadowMachine, of course, are also a boys obliged for a TV uncover “Robot Chicken” on Cartoon Network. So we theory going into underline film with their code of stop-motion mayhem was a apparent subsequent pierce for these crazy kids.
Via : Deadline