Susan Sarandon and Fat Joe will be voice actors for the Fox animated comedy series The Movers. The half-hour comedy is based on an original idea by Susan Sarandon, her son Jack Henry Robbins, and Danielle Uhlarik. All three are co-creators and executive producers of the series. Robbins and Uhlarik are writing the script for the series The Movers. Fat Joe will also executive produce the project. “Lean Back,” “What’s Luv?,” and “Flow Joe” are three hits from Fat Joe’s rap career. Fat Joe has also appeared in the films Happy Feet (voice acting), Empire, and Night School. Bento Box Entertainment, a Fox subsidiary, will produce the animated comedy series. The series The Movers follows the flawed employees of the 78th-ranked moving company in Manhattan. Sarandon will play a lead role in the Fox country music drama Monarch. The country music drama will premiere in the fall.
Susan Sarandon Returns to Voice Work
Susan Sarandon is a versatile actor with the ability to do both comedic and dramatic roles. The Fox animated comedy series The Movers isn’t her first voice acting role. Susan Sarandon has lent her voice to the films James and the Giant Peach, Our Friend, Martin, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, and Spark. However, Sarandon is not only starring in the series The Movers, but she is also an executive producer. The Academy Award-winning actor continues to try new projects and add to her filmography. Some of her other television credits include Feud: Bette and Joan, Ray Donovan, and You Don’t Know Jack. The Fox animated comedy series is a family affair for Sarandon since she’ll be working with her son. She also starred in the films The Banger Sisters and That’s My Boy with her daughter Eva Amurri.
There is no official release date for the Fox animated comedy series yet.