CRACKLE’S ‘SUPERMANSION’ MAKES ITS SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON DEBUT BY RELEASING TRAILER AND ANNOUNCING NEW VOICE TALENT
Crackle, the television streaming network, made its San Diego Comic-Con debut on Thursday, July 9, with the first-ever panel for “SuperMansion,” featuring series’ voice talent Bryan Cranston, Seth Green, Jillian Bell, Matthew Senreich, Zeb Wells, Heidi Lynn Gardner, Tom Root and Tucker Gilmore. During the panel, Crackle premiered a never-before-seen trailer for the stop-motion animated comedy series from award-winning Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, which debuts this fall exclusively on Crackle.
“SuperMansion” follows the adventures of Titanium Rex (voiced by Cranston, who’s also the series’ executive producer) as he struggles to live with and fight alongside the Millennial-aged, often lackadaisical members of The League of Freedom. During the Comic-Con panel, Crackle revealed the series’ brand-new characters and voice cast, led by Titanium Rex and featuring Black Saturn (voiced by Gilmore), American Ranger (Keegan-Michael Key), Brad (Root), Cooch (Gardner) and Robobot/The Groaner (Wells).
Powers: Flight, Strength of a Titan, X-Ray Vision
Specialty: Close to learning email
Powers: Never misses with his assortment of throwing disks
Specialty: Brooding. Bleakness. Frisbee Golf
Powers: A robot with the ability to transform his appendages into any tool
Specialty: Pondering what it means to be human
Specialty: Prop comedy, megalomania, being a good listener
Fans in attendance also learned that “SuperMansion” will feature an extraordinary roster of guest stars, including Chris Pine, Ron Perlman, Donald Faison, Jordan Peele, Nick Kroll, Anton Yelchin, Famke Janssen, Breckin Meyer – and more surprises to be announced in coming months.
“SuperMansion” is directed by Zeb Wells (“Robot Chicken”), who also acts as writer and executive producer alongside “Robot Chicken” colleague Matthew Senreich. Bryan Cranston, Seth Green, John Harvatine, Eric Towner, James Degus and Moon Shot Entertainment join as executive producers with production by Stoopid Buddy