Speaking to Game Spot to promote the Blu-ray and digital release of his latest Disney feature, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Tudyk spoke about his love for The Little Mermaid, where he found inspiration for his character Knows More in the latest Wreck-It Ralph film, and what's it's like being in the Disney pantheon of films. There's a couple, "Whoo, whoo, whoo, whoo, whoo whoo's," that I've heard that it was like, "Uh, I know what that is," where he taunts the badge. Additionally, Tudyk opened up about his latest project, DC Universe's Doom Patrol and creating his own take on the iconic villain The Joker in the upcoming Harley Quinn animated series. If you found a dollar on the ground, what is that worth? Thus, the stone-faced, bandy-legged K-S20 design was born.But the lack of facial reactions gave Tudyk the freedom to play around with the script, and he was allowed a substantial amount of improvisation on set.Scroll through our gallery to see how the new summer TV series rank by their premiere audiences.droid character K-2SO, who's set to appear in an upcoming Cassian Andor series on Disney .
And they [say], "Go with that, go with that, go with that." They'll let you go off on a tangent. Game Spot: I've also seen the first two episodes of Doom Patrol. Jeremy Carver is writer on the series, and will executive produce alongside Greg Berlanti, DC Entertainment’s Geoff Johns and Sarah Schechter of Berlanti Productions.“Doom Patrol” joins several other scripted series coming to the new DC Universe platform next year, including “Stargirl,” which was announced at Comic-Con, a live-action “Swamp Thing” series, a revival of the Cartoon Network series “Young Justice,” the live-action Lois Lane-Lex Luthor series “Metropolis,” and an animated Harley Quinn series.Game Spot: What were your Disney movies when you were growing up? Tudyk: I loved the French cook because through the whole movie you've got all these fish who are your friends, and then you meet this guy who's like, "Les poissons, les poissons," and he's chopping them into pieces right in front of you. There's a certain age that they believe in the characters; they truly believe they exist. He said, "Put him in the neighborhood of Truman Capote." So he put me there, and Truman Capote sounds like this. That's how we ended up with who Knows More is, but looking at his picture, he's little and he's got those glasses and "Isn't that interesting." He just became... He lives in the same neighborhood as Droopy Dog and Truman Capote. Game Spot: When it comes to something like an animated film, obviously, Knows More has a lot of dialogue, because he is searching a lot of things. And having the relationship with Rich, having done Wreck-It Ralph the first, we got to just kick around some ideas. I just got in town this morning from Atlanta where we're shooting. Just the idea of Dada, which is what the character gets in. Then you found out the person who forged it was Picasso, now what's it worth? Nothing changed, physically, but it all changed several times. Alan Tudyk: Although I was too old to love it as much as I did, I think [The] Little Mermaid, man. It was so shocking and hysterical because he's very funny, singing about killing them. Game Spot: I have to believe for a voice actor [that] Disney is the gold standard. How closely do you have to stick to the script versus playing around with it? I think in the first recording, the "Isn't that interesting. Playing evil, you're kind of just playing who he is, who's this fractured individual.
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