Ozzy Osbourne to join cast of Trolls World Tour
Ozzy Osbourne has made quite a career for himself. Even though he rarely still performs, and had to cancel his last tour after injuring himself due to a fall, he has been quite busy the past few years.
Last year he joined David Ellefson to team up with Metal Casino, an online platform where players can experience gaming along with hard rock and metal music. It also features a mini world tour, and a weekly Twitch stream, where players can get free “metal coins” to use in the game. As if that was not too much for this old rocker, he has also been dealing with quite a few health issues. But, after battling pneumonia, cancelling a tour, and nearly dying from a manicure, this rock and roll dinosaur always has another entertainment project lined up.
His latest gig will be to lend his voice to Trolls World Tour. The movie is set to be released in April 2020 and will be a sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s 2016 film Trolls. The roll seems to be an ideal fit for Ozzy, as he will play King Thrash, leader of the rock trolls.
The movie will continue where the last film left off. All is calm in the realm of the trolls until Queen Poppy and Branch come to the surprising discovery that there are more troll worlds. Each world is defined by a different genre of music. When faced with a mysterious threat, the trolls are set on a quest to create harmony among the diverse trolls, thus defending them from certain doom.
The cast will include Anna Kendrick (Poppy), Justin Timberlake (Branch), James Corden (Biggie), Ron Funches (Cooper), Caroline Hjelt (Chenille), Aino Jawo (Satin), and Kunal Nayyar (Guy Diamond), who also starred in the last film. Additional trolls will be for Sam Rockwell, Chance the Rapper, Anthony Ramos, Karan Soni, Flula Borg and Jamie Dornan. They will voice new characters in the Trolls sequel. The film will be directed by Walt Dohrn and produced by Gina Shay, who were also present for the first film.
The film will feature various music styles, including pop, country, hip-hop, hard rock, funk, EDM and even K-pop. This is probably one of the first musical animation films offering so many styles, and we are curious to see the result.
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