Atlanta-based Fathom Studios has added two more top Hollywood names to its list of voices for its 3D feature film, DELGO, with the addition of Jennifer Love Hewitt (HEARTBREAKERS) and Chris Kattan (SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE). They join a cast which already includes Val Kilmer (TOMBSTONE), Michael Clarke Duncan (GREEN MILE), Eric Idle (MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL), and Lou Gossett, Jr. (DIGGSTOWN). Hewitt will bring to life Princess Kyla, a spitfire princess with a big heart, while Kattan will voice Filo, a fast-talking, wisecracking smart aleck. The first independently produced 3D feature, DELGO follows a group of troubled youth as they set out to save the planet from itself.
"I am thrilled to be a part of this movie," said Hewitt. "Princess Kyla is very cool and fun; girls will really love her. The look of DELGO is unlike anything I've seen before and the story has a lot of heart."
"I am delighted Jennifer and Chris are a part of our voice cast,'" said Marc F. Adler, co-director and producer. "Jennifer has amazing range and her personal charm comes through in everything she does. Chris is one of the funniest men in Hollywood. We cannot imagine anyone else voicing these roles."
For more than a decade, Fathom Studios has been producing award-winning computer animation for television, film and the Internet. Fathom was originally a division of the interactive agency Macquarium Intelligent Communications.