Thursday, September 04, 2014

7D Special Screening at Mad About Coco, Publika

As a young girl (during my childhood years), I bet for once, we love and dream to be a princess. One of the fairytale that I wanted to be HER is Snow White (i know she is not a princess from the beginning). Snow White is a kind and gentle princess comes with beauty and white skin and being loved by all especially the dwarfs. 

But unfortunately, we rarely heard the stories of the dwarfs. Their lives, their community, their surroundings..  

Inspired by Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, the 7D is an American animated television series produced by Disney Television Animation. A brand new funny animated television series which will take you and your family to the world of Jollywood, featuring the Seven Dwarfs from Snow White, with characters redesigned by the Noah Z.Jones ("Fish Hooks")- Happy, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Dopey, Grumpy and Doc. 




"The 
7D" who serve as their kingdom's peacekeepers, defend the fairytale land from two laughably evil villains Grim and Hildy Gloom. Both the Glooms who attempt with much comedic mayhem scenes along the way wish to take over the kingdom by stealing the magical jewels in the 7D's mine. Of course the little brave heroes would not allow this to happen, so check out how they protect their mine and kingdom from the evil tricks.


Stay tune to
 Disney Channel to embark the fun, energetic and adventurous journey with The 
7D.

and 

The 
7D will premiere on Sunday,September 7 at 11am on Disney Channel (Astro Channel 615)



Emir is lucky to be invited as first few kids for the special Screening of 7D at Mad About Coco, Publika together with the bunch of Disney fans. 


In the premiere episode, “The Littlest Giants/Gnome Alone”, it’s up to the 7D to save the kingdom from a giant who is terrorizing Jollywood and Sleepy goes solo to stop the Glooms from stealing the Royal Ruby when the 7D go on vacation without Sleepy.

In addition to Osbourne, the 7D stars the voices of Emmy-nominated Jess Harnell (Disney Junior's "Sofia the First" and "Doc McStuffins") as Grim Gloom, Leigh-Allyn Baker (Disney Channel's "Good Luck Charlie") as Queen Delightful, Disney legend Bill Farmer (the voice of Goofy) as Doc, Emmy winner Maurice LaMarche ("Pinky and the Brain") as Grumpy, Emmy nominee Kevin Michael Richardson (Disney XD's "Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja") as Happy, Dee Bradley Baker ("Phineas and Ferb") as Dopey, Scott Menville ("Teen Titans") as Sneezy, Stephen Stanton (Disney Junior's "Doc McStuffins") as Sleepy, Billy West ("Ren & Stimpy") as Bashful and Paul Rugg ("Animaniacs") as Lord Starchbottom.


The children are lucky enough to be in the front row watching the 7D and yes, the laughter not only came from the children but the parents. 

After the show, the guests are served with yummylicious brunch.. and the best part was



free flow of hot Chocolates, and Emir being a hot drink fan, he was so overwhelmed with his Hot Chocolates and yes, 3 cawan lagi.. 





Me with the baju kurung because right after the event, I had to attend few non-stop open houses.. and afraid not, I think i followed the Disney color theme :)


Once again dun forget to watch the 7D premiere on this Sunday,September 7 at 11am on Disney Channel (Astro Channel 615)

7D
VOICE CAST &CHARACTER 

KELLY OSBOURNE
"Hildy Gloom"
Television personality, host, fashion designer, singer and actress Kelly Osbourne voices the role of Hildy Gloom, a novice witch, who together with her dim-witted warlock husband Grim, seeks to conquer the land of Jollywood.
As the youngest daughter of heavy metal rock legend Ozzy Osbourne, Osbourne first came to prominence while appearing with her family on the Emmy Award-winning reality series "The Osbournes." She made her debut as an actress with a starring role on the ABC high school teen drama "Life As We Know It”, where she played the supporting role of Deborah Beatrice Tynan, and appeared on season nine of ABC's smash hit reality competition series "Dancing with the Stars”. Osbourne's feature film credits include a cameo in Mike Meyers' "Austin Powers in Goldmember," "Should've Been Romeo" and the upcoming "So Undercover," in which she stars with Miley Cyrus.

ESS HARNELL
"Grim Gloom"
Emmy Award-nominated voice actor Jess Harnell voices the role of Grim Gloom, the dim-witted warlock that together with his wife Hildy seeks to wreak havoc on the land of Jollywood. Recognized for his versatility in the voiceover world, Harnell is no stranger to playing the ill-fated antagonist as he also stars as the voice of Cedric, the royal sorcerer in Disney Junior's Annie Award-winning "Sofia the First,” in addition to the softer, more benevolent role of Chilly, a stuffed snowman, in Disney Junior's acclaimed animated series "Doc McStuffins."
One of the preeminent voice actors in the business, Harnell's voice can be heard in some of the biggest blockbuster animated films of all time, including Disney's "Finding Nemo," "Up," "Cars" and "Cars 2," and all three "Toy Story" movies. On the small screen, Harnell has voiced characters on "The Simpsons," "The Fairly Odd Parents," and Disney Junior's "Special Agent Oso." His starring roles have included Captain Hero on Comedy Central's hit series "Drawn Together," Tim the Bear on "The Cleveland Show" and Wakko on Steven Spielberg's "Animaniacs," for which he won a Peabody Award.


EIGH-ALLYN BAKER
"Queen Delightful"
Leigh-Allyn Baker voices the role of Queen Delightful, the benevolent and light-hearted ruler of Jollywood. Baker also voices the recurring role of Queen Coralie in Disney Junior's hit animated series "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" and starred as Amy Duncan, the lovable yet quirky mother of the Duncan family in Disney Channel's Emmy Award-nominated comedy series "Good Luck Charlie."
With her vocal versatility and physicality as an actress, Baker has lent her voice to a number of animated roles, including that of series regular Abby in the animated series "Back at the Barnyard" and numerous video games such as "Star Trek," "G.I. Joe" and the "X-Men" franchise.

BILL FARMER
"Doc"
Emmy Award-nominated voice actor and Disney Legend Bill Farmer voices the role of Doc, the tinkering inventor and smartest member of the 7D. Farmer has been voicing the classic Disney characters Goofy and Pluto since 1987 and can currently be heard on Disney Junior's Emmy award-nominated "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" and Disney's Emmy-winning short-form series "Mickey Mouse."
Farmer's sterling voice-acting has been enjoyed by audiences of all ages and his career in the industry includes thousands of leading and supporting roles in film and television. Among his feature film credits are "Toy Story," "Toy Story 2," "Cars," "Monsters Inc," "Monsters University," "Space Jam" and "The Lorax." His small screen credits include "Robot Chicken," "Jonah Hex," "Higglytown Heroes" and "Lunatics Unleashed." Farmer's talent and long-running camaraderie in the industry have garnered him several honors, including becoming the first voice actor to receive the prestigious Friz Freleng Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Animation.


MAURICE LAMARCHE
"Grumpy"
Two-time Emmy Award-winning voice actor Maurice LaMarche voices the role of Grumpy, the cantankerous member of the 7D. LaMarche's voice has been a familiar presence in the industry for decades. Among his most notable roles is the title character of The Brain from the Steven Spielberg-produced "Pinky and the Brain," along with his Emmy award-winning performances as various characters on Matt Groening's series "Futurama." His additional television credits include Disney XD's "Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H," "Robot Chicken," "The Simpsons," "Family Guy," "Ultimate Spiderman," "Kim Possible," "The Real Ghostbusters" and "Inspector Gadget."
With performances in over one hundred animated television series, LaMarche is no stranger to feature films, with roles in "Space Jam," "Wreck-It-Ralph" and most recently Disney's blockbuster hit "Frozen." 

KEVIN MICHAEL RICHARDSON
"Happy"
Emmy Award nominee and Annie Award-winning actor Kevin Michael Richardson stars as the voice of Happy, the most cheerful and musical member of the 7D. Known for his deep booming voice, the character of Happy is a nice departure from some of the villainous characters that Richardson is known for, including Shredder in the new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and the Joker in "The Batman." His additional voiceover credits include Disney XD's "Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja," Disney Channel's "The Proud Family," as well as "The Cleveland Show," "American Dad," "Transformers Prime," "Thundercats," "The Penguins of Madagascar," "Dave the Barbarian" and "GI Joe: Renegades." As an on-camera actor on the small screen, Richardson has appeared in the cult comedy "Homeboys in Outer Space," "Knights of Prosperity," "The Cleaner," "Like Family" and received critical acclaim for his recurring role of Patrick, a special needs patient on "ER."

DEE BRADLEY BAKER
"Dopey"
Voiceover wizard Dee Bradley Baker voices the role of Dopey, the physically comedic and whimsical mime of the 7D. Baker also provides the sounds for all of the woodland creatures in the Enchanted Forest for the series.
Baker's vast body of work includes one of the most popular Disney Channel characters, Perry the Platypus, loyal pet to ingenious stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb, who, unbeknownst to everyone, has a secret life as suave Agent P, deftly battling the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz to save the world in the animated hit Emmy Award-winning and BAFTA-nominated series, "Phineas and Ferb." His most notable trademark, the chatter, is a favorite among fans, and though often imitated, is rarely duplicated.

SCOTT MENVILLE
"Sneezy"
Scott Menville voices the role of Sneezy, one of the loyal and dependable members of the 7D. With his ability to adapt incomparable adolescent voices, Menville has entertained youth audiences for years. He can currently be heard as Robin in "Teen Titans Go!" and the recurring characters of band geek Bucky in Disney XD's "Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja," Dr. Blip in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and Jimmy Jones in "Ben 10: Omniverse."
Widely heard through scores of voiced characters, Menville's feature film credits include performances in Disney's "Tangled," "Wreck-It-Ralph," "Despicable Me," "Paranorman," "Batman: Gotham Knight," as well as the role of Black, one of the two lead characters, in the English version of the Japanese anime feature "Tekkon Kinkreet."

STEPHEN STANTON
"Sleepy"
Long-time voice actor Stephen Stanton voices the role of Sleepy, the 7D's drowsiest member. Stanton has been doing voices for Disney for over 10 years, including playing the voice of Gustov the Gator in Disney Junior's hit animated series "Doc McStuffins" and the series' short-form extension, "The Doc Files." He can be heard at Disney Parks & Resorts all over the world, including as Lord Henry Mystic in Hong Kong Disneyland's Mystic Manor attraction, the Mark Twain Riverboat Captain at Disneyland, Stinky Pete in Toy Story Mania! at Disney's California Adventure and Happy in the new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride at Walt Disney World. Stanton also voices Happy for Disney's popular "Kingdom Hearts" video game.
No stranger to the Star Wars universe, Stephen played Obi Wan Kenobi in the video games "Star Wars Battlefront II" and "Star Wars: Empire at War" and voiced Admiral Tarkin, Mas Amedda, Moralo Eval, Colonel Meebur Gascon and a host of others in the animated television series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars."


BILLY WEST
"Bashful"
Veteran voiceover actor Billy West voices the role of Bashful, the shy and elusive member of the 7D. West has lent his voice talents to an array of television and film credits, which include most notably playing the preadolescent daydreaming Doug Funnie in the 90's animated television series "Doug," title character Stimpy in "Ren & Stimpy" and Philip J. Fry in Matt Groening's cult favorite "Futurama." His additional television credits include "Ultimate Spiderman," "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" and Disney's "Jungle Junction."
His talent for impersonation, which includes various Looney Toons characters, landed him the lead voice roles of Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd in the Warner Brothers feature film "Space Jam," and most recently was heard in the classic reboot television series "The Looney Tunes Show."



3 comments:

suhailah hamid said...

alahai syoknya citer katun ni, tp sayangnya dkt rumah tak de ASTRO..

Mama Zharfan said...

cantik bj kurung u..nice colour ;)

Ezna said...

Wahhhh colour blocking tu mira. Cantik!!! Merah dan biru tu kena sangat :)

 

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