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Hop (30-Mar-2011)

Director: Tim Hill

Writers: Cinco Paul; Ken Daurio; Brian Lynch

Music Composed and Conducted by: Christopher Lennertz

Producers: Chris Melendandri; Michele Imperato Stabile

Keywords: Fantasy, Rabbits

Juvenile comedy follows the Easter Bunny's son as his attempts to make a path in life for himself lead to his crossing paths with a peculiar character.

Created by the same team that brought viewers Despicable Me a year earlier, Hop follows E.B., the Easter Island-dwelling son of and slated successor to the Easter Bunny, as his rebellious attempts to pursue a dream of becoming a drummer in Hollywood are interrupted when he is struck by a car piloted by underachieving slacker Fred O'Hare. Feigning injury to stay with Fred as a guest at a house the slacker has been asked to house-sit, E.B. embarks on a trouble-making journey as he presses on with his relentless quest for musical fame and fortune, creating a headache for all involved as he works to avoid guards sent from his homeland along the way.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hank Azaria
25-Apr-1964   Moe and Apu on The Simpsons
Russell Brand
4-Jun-1975   Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know
Gary Cole
20-Sep-1956   Bill in Office Space
Kaley Cuoco
30-Nov-1985   Penny on The Big Bang Theory
Chelsea Handler
25-Feb-1975   Chelsea Lately
David Hasselhoff
17-Jul-1952   Knight Rider, Baywatch
Hugh Hefner
9-Apr-1926   Founder, Playboy magazine
Hugh Laurie
11-Jun-1959   Jeeves and Wooster, House
James Marsden
18-Sep-1973   Cyclops in X-Men and X2
Elizabeth Perkins
18-Nov-1960   Big


James Marsden   ...   Fred O'Hare
Russell Brand   ...   E.B. (voice)
Kaley Cuoco   ...   Sam O'Hare
Hank Azaria   ...   Carlos / Phil (voice)
Gary Cole   ...   Henry O'Hare
Elizabeth Perkins   ...   Bonnie O'Hare
Hugh Laurie   ...   E.B.'s Dad (voice)
Tiffany Espensen   ...   Alex O'Hare
David Hasselhoff   ...   Himself
Chelsea Handler   ...   Mrs. Beck
Dustin Ybarra   ...   Cody
Carlease Burke   ...   Receptionist
Veronica Alicino   ...   Waitress
Django Marsh   ...   Young E.B. (voice)
Jimmy Lee Carter   ...   Blind Boys of Alabama
Bily Bowers   ...   Blind Boys of Alabama
Benjamin Moore, Jr.   ...   Blind Boys of Alabama
Eric Dwight McKinnie   ...   Blind Boys of Alabama
Joey Anthony Williams   ...   Blind Boys of Alabama
Tracy Roman Pierce   ...   Blind Boys of Alabama
Will Cleveland Smith   ...   Blind Boys of Alabama
Coleton Ray   ...   Young Fred
Greg Lewis   ...   Performer
Mark Riccardi   ...   Security Guard
Cici Lau   ...   Chinese Woman
Jayden Lund   ...   Another Parent
Russell Brand   ...   Production Assistant
Christian Long   ...   Production Assistant
Hugh Hefner   ...   Voice at Playboy Mansion
Nick Drago   ...   Dancer
David Goldsmith   ...   Warm-Up Guy
Rick Pasqualone   ...   Utility Voice


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