Voice cast of animated fantasy movie stars Constance Wu!
Fans are wondering who will star in the animated film on Netflix. We look Wish dragonthe voice cast of, which is expected to feature Constance Wu
Wish dragon is an upcoming Chinese-American fantasy animated film. The film is directed and written by Chris Appelhans. Producers include Aron Warner, Chris Bremble, and Jacki Chan.
The premise follows a story of Genie in a Bottle, where a young boy stumbles upon a dragon in a pot that can grant magical wishes. The film debuted in China on January 15, 2021, and is slated for international release on June 11, 2021.
So who’s the cast for Would Dragon?
Wish Dragon: the voice cast of the fantasy film revealed!
The voice for Wish dragon is as follows:
- Jimmy Wong as Din
- Ian Chen as Young Din
- John Cho as long
- Max Charles as Young Long
- Constance Wu as Ms. Song
- Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Lina
- Jimmy O. Yang as Weichi
- Aaron Yoo as Pockets
- Will Yun Lee as Mr. Wang
- Ronny Chieng as God Pipa
- Bobby Lee as Diao
Jackie Chan voices Long in Mandarin dub. The rest of the cast and crew can be seen here.
Jimmy Wong as Din
James Franklin Wong, also known as Jimmy Wong, is an American actor and musician born March 28, 1987 in Washington, United States, where he grew up. He then moved to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. He is the brother of filmmaker Freddie Wong.
Wong was credited with his first acting role in 2010 in an episode of “Days of Our Lives”. He has since appeared in over 40 roles as an actor and is best known for his work in ‘Mulan’ (2020) and now Wish dragon.
He has 2 upcoming roles which are ‘Nightmare City’ (announced) and ‘Break Cute’ (post-production) which do not have a release date yet. Fans can follow him on his official Instagram below:
John Cho as long
John Cho (born Cho Yo-Han) is an American actor born June 16, 1972 in Seoul, South Korea. He is married to Kerri Higuchi and has 2 children.
Long attended the University of California at Berkeley and graduated in English. After college he worked for a while as a teacher. His first credited acting role was in ‘Jaune’ (1997).
Since then he has appeared in over 100 titles as an actor and is best known for his work in “Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies” (2004) and “Star Trek” (2009).
He is expected to appear in ‘Cowboy Bebop’ this year as well as in 2 other titles. They are “Don’t Male Me Go” (pre-production) and “Untitled Star Trek Sequel” (2023). Fans can follow him on his official Instagram account below:
Constance Wu as Ms. Song
Constance Wu is an American actress born March 22, 1982 in Virginia, United States. She has 3 sisters and is the daughter of a professor of biology and genetics. His parents emigrated from Taiwan before he was born.
Wu attended the State University of New York at Purchase, where she graduated with an acting degree. Her partner is Ryan Kattner and she has 1 child.
Wu’s first credited acting role was in “Stephanie Daley” (2006). She has since been credited in 40 roles as an actress. Wu is best known for her work on “Fresh off the Boat” (2015-2020) and “Crazy Rich Asians” (2018).
His Instagram and Twitter the accounts are obsolete because she no longer uses them.
Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Lina
Natasha Liu Bordizzo is an Australian actress and model born August 25, 1994 in Sydney, Australia. Her mother is Chinese and her father is of Italian descent.
While studying at Sydney University of Technology, she was chosen for “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny” (2016). It was then that she began her acting career.
Since then, she has appeared in 14 other roles as an actress and is best known for her work on “The Society” (2019) and “The Voyeurs” (2021).
She has been credited in 3 roles for this year and is currently filming ‘Day Shift’. Fans can follow her on her official Instagram account below:
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