VIDEO: David Tennant, Danny Pudi and Ben Schwartz Talk DuckTales To Good Morning America


David Tennant, Danny Pudi and Ben Schwartz visited the Good Morning America studios on New York as part of their promotional tour for the all new series of DuckTales this week to chat about voicing their characters in the series. The interview was shown on he programme this morning.

Watch the interview below:



David Tennant voices Scrooge McDuck in the reboot of Disney's classic cartoon series DuckTales. Co-starring Danny as Huey and Ben as Dewey, the new series is set to bring the much loved characters to a whole new generation when it launches with a one hour special on Disney XD this weekend. The show also stars Bobby Moynihan as Louie, Toks Olagundoye as Mrs Beakley, Kate Micucci as Webby Vanderquack and Beck Bennett as Launchpad McQuack.

Disney's DuckTales
After not speaking to one another for ten years, Scrooge McDuck is reunited with Donald Duck after he and his three nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie move into McDuck Manor. The presence of the newcomers rekindles Scrooge's spirit of adventure, leading the group to go on many new treasure-hunting expeditions, while the nephews and their new friend, Webby, uncover the truth behind what caused their uncles to become estranged and retire from adventuring. It all happens in Disney XD's reboot of their popular DuckTales.

The first episode, ‘Woo-oo!’ premieres from midnight on Saturday 12th August anywhere Disney XD airs in North America and repeats for a full 24 hours. New episodes will follow from Saturday 23rd September.

Keep up with all the latest DuckTales news here

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