LEGO isn't the only favorite childhood toy brand to get a movie. On Dec. 6, 2019, the family comedy "Playmobil: The Movie" arrives in theaters and takes audiences along on a mission to save the world from an evil top-secret organization. Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at the cool characters in this new animated adventure and the actors and actresses who voiced them. Keep reading for more…
In the 2019 animated adventure "Playmobil: The Movie," British actor Daniel Radcliffe voices secret agent Rex Dasher.
Although Daniel Radcliffe's name will forever be synonymous with "Harry Potter," the 30-year-old actor has expanded his acting horizons since the final film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2" debuted in 2011. From appearing in Broadway and West End stage productions like "The Cripple of Inishmaan" and "The Lifespan of a Fact" to starring in critically acclaimed films like "Kill Your Darlings" and TV shows like "A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories," Daniel's worked hard to prove to the world that he's got more than magic to offer. In 2019, along with lending his voice to "Playmobil: The Movie," Daniel landed a recurring role on the TV fantasy-drama "Miracle Workers" and a co-starring role in the action-comedy film "Guns Akimbo." Up next we'll see Daniel in the 2020 thriller "Escape from Pretoria" and on the West End stage in a production of "Endgame." He'll also appear in the upcoming TV movie special based on the Netflix series "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt." Daniel's been in a committed relationship with actress Erin Darke since 2013.
In "Playmobil: The Movie," actress Anya Taylor-Joy lends her voice to Marla, a big sister determined to track down her missing brother.
After starring in the 2015 thriller "The Witch" and 2016's "Split," 23-year-old Anya Taylor-Joy went from up-and-coming young actress to full-grown Hollywood star. Today, her credits include the films "Barry," "Thoroughbreds" and "The Secret of Marrowbone" as well as the TV series "Atlantis" and "The Miniaturist." In 2019, along with lending her voice to Marla in "Playmobil: The Movie," Anya voiced Brea in the animated series "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance" and returned to the big screen in the sci-fi thriller "Glass." As if that weren't enough, she also landed a recurring role as Gina Gray on the crime-drama series "Peaky Blinders." Anya has a busy 2020 ahead: She'll appear in five films including "Radioactive" and "Emma" and in the TV miniseries "The Queen's Gambit." Anya's currently engaged to Irish actor and filmmaker Eoin Macken.
Jim Gaffigan voices Del, a quirky food truck owner who helps Marla on her quest to find her brother, in 2019's "Playmobil: The Movie."
Daytime Emmy-winning actor, writer and comedian Jim Gaffigan has entertained the world for more than two decades since kicking off his Hollywood career in 1997. From his many stand-up specials — including 2019's "Jim Gaffigan: Quality Time" — to his roles in films like "Chappaquiddick" and "The Love Guru" and his own TV series, "The Jim Gaffigan Show," we've come to love his offbeat brand of clean humor. In addition to playing Del in "Playmobil: The Movie" in 2019, Jim appeared in seven other movies including "Them That Follow," "Tesla" and "I've Got Issues." Jim also lent his voice to two animated TV characters, playing Father Time in "Star vs. the Forces of Evil" and himself in "Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?" Up next we'll see Jim in the biographical crime thriller "Gut Instinct." He's been married to actress and writer Jeannie Gaffigan since 2003. They share five children.
In "Playmobil: The Movie," young Gabriel Bateman lends his voice to Charlie, Marla's missing brother who's dressed like a Viking.
Gabriel Bateman made his Hollywood debut in the unrated comedy "George Biddle, CPA" in 2012, but it wasn't until he scored a recurring role in the 2014 crime-thriller series "Stalker" that people began taking note of this young, talented star. Since then, Gabriel's appeared on six TV shows including "American Gothic" in 2016 and "The Dangerous Book for Boys" in 2018. He's also shown up on the big screen in films like "Annabelle," "Checkmate" and "Benji." In 2019, along with voicing a character in "Playmobil: The Movie," the 14-year-old actor appeared in the historical drama "Robert the Bruce" and the horror reboot "Child's Play." Gabriel has two movies on the horizon including the 2020 thriller "Unhinged" starring Russell Crowe.
Singer, songwriter and actress Meghan Trainor plays the magical Fairy Godmother in 2019's "Playmobil: The Movie."
"All About That Bass" singer Meghan Trainor blasted onto the music scene in 2014 with the release of EP "Title," which was replaced the following year by her debut album of the same name. Her sophomore album, "Thank You," arrived in 2015. She took home a Grammy in 2016 for best new artist and made her Hollywood debut in 2017 when she voiced SmurfMelody in the animated comedy "Smurfs: The Lost Village." Since then, Meghan's released another EP, "The Love Train," and lent her voice to a 2019 episode of "Wonder Pets!" Up next, Meghan's set to release her third studio album, "Treat Myself," in 2020. On her 25th birthday in 2018, she married "Spy Kids" actor Daryl Sabara.
In 2019's "Playmobil: The Movie," singer Adam Lambert plays the evil and slightly mad Emperor Maximus.
In 2009 — the same year Adam Lambert lost Season 8 of "American Idol" — he debuted his first studio album, "For Your Entertainment," which featured hit songs like "Whataya Want From Me. In 2011, Adam joined the surviving members of the rock band Queen as their vocalist, creating Queen + Adam Lambert. The following year, Adam released his No. 1 sophomore album, "Trespassing," before making his TV debut on the acclaimed musical series "Glee" in 2013. Since then, Adam's released a third studio album, "The Original High," starred in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again," made a cameo in the Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" and become a powerful advocate for the LGBTQ community. Along with his voice role in 2019's "Playmobil: The Movie," Adam's gearing up for his fourth studio album, "Velvet." In November 2019, Adam split with model boyfriend Javi Costa Polo.
Emmy-winning "Saturday Night Live" star Kenan Thompson voices Bloodbones in the 2019 animated adventure "Playmobil: The Movie." Kenan — who first rose to fame in the late '90s on the Nickelodeon series "Kenan & Kel" — joined "SNL" in 2003 and is now the longest serving cast member in the sketch-comedy series' history. In addition to "SNL" and his job as a judge on "Bring the Funny," Kenan's also appeared on shows like "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Maya & Marty" as well as in the films "Snakes on a Plane," "They Came Together" and "The Opposite Sex." One of Kenan's passions is voice acting and, along with "Playmobil," he's lent his voice to animated shows like "Sit Down Shut Up," "The Awesomes," "Nature Cat" and "Wonder Pets!" and films like "The Smurfs 2," "Rock Dog" and "Dr. Seuss' The Grinch." Up next for Kenan are voice roles in the films "Trolls World Tour" and "Clifford the Big Red Dog" as well as the launch of his very own comedy series, "The Kenan Show." Kenan's been married to former model Christina Evangeline, with whom he has two children, since 2011.