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Sarah Michelle Gellar - "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" Movie - Voice cast details

Peter Sciretta

Wednesday 27 December 2006, by Webmaster

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Casting TMNT: Patrick Stewart, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Chris Evans, Kevin Smith and Zhang Ziyi

The voice cast for the new Computer Animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie has begun to surface.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon actress Zhang Ziyi will voice the villain Karai, who leads an evil army known as the Foot Ninjas.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar is the new voice of April, the human reporter who serves as the Turtles’ tech-services advisor.

Fantastic Four star Chris Evans will voice Casey Jones, the hockey-stick-swinging human.

X-Men and Star Trek: TNG star Patrick Stewart voices Max Winters, a tech industrialist who is collecting an army of monsters.

The Turtles will be voiced by non-celebrity voice talent.

Clerks director Kevin Smith voices a cameo as a greasy-spoon chef.

TMNT will hit the big screen on March 30th 2007.

Credit: USA Today

Did You Know: The Ninja Turles were created in 1984. Intended to be a one issue parody of Marvel Comics’ The New Mutants, which featured teenage mutants, and Frank Miller’s work on Daredevil, which featured ninja clans dueling for control of the New York City underworld.