The premiere of the long-awaited DuckTales reboot is still a few months away, but fans are finally getting a look at what to get excited about!
Disney XD dropped the first trailer for the animated series on Thursday, and it looks like the updated animation style, impressive voice cast, and sharp writing will make the series a welcome treat for young newcomers and older fans looking for a fresh source of sweet nostalgia.
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While the original series -- which ran from 1987 to 1990 -- was a fan favorite for a reason, this first look at the reboot looks like it could become an instant classic in its own right.
Community's Danny Pudi, Parks and Recreation star Ben Schwartz, and Saturday Night Live cast member Bobby Moynihan lend their vocal talents Huey, Dewey and Louie, respectively, while comedian Kate Micucci voices Webby Vanderquack and Moynihan's SNL co-star, Beck Bennet, plays Launchpad McQuack.
Additionally, Disney stalwart Tony Anselmo provides his iconic Donald Duck voice yet again, while Castle's Toks Olagundoye plays Mrs. Beakley.
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However, the clear breakout star of this first trailer is clearly Doctor Who icon David Tennant, who uses his Scottish brogue to really bring the miserly, braggadocios Scrooge McDuck to life.
DuckTales is set to premiere this summer.