In honor of Academy Award-nominated human Bradley Cooper playing Rocket Raccoon -- a sentient, gun-toting rodent -- in this summer's 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' let's reunite with more A-listers who voiced animated characters on the big screen.
Orson Welles as Unicron, 'Transformers: The Movie' (1986)
More movies need power ballads by Stan Bush and planet-eating Transformers voiced by the creator of 'Citizen Kane.'
Tom Hanks as Woody, 'Toy Story' (1995)
"Reach for the sky!" That's exactly what Pixar did when they cast the Oscar-winner as one half of the lovable duo that is cowboy Woody and Tim Allen's Buzz Lightyear.
Woody Allen as Z, 'Antz' (1998)
The 'Annie Hall' Oscar-winner voiced the neurotic worker ant Z in DreamWorks’ hit, opposite big names like Sharon Stone, Sylvester Stallone and Gene Hackman.
The Whole Cast, 'Shrek' (2001)
Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy and Cameron Diaz banked serious bucks voicing Shrek, Donkey and Princess Fiona, respectively, in the hit franchise.
Matt Damon as Cale, 'Titan A.E.' (2000)
Before Jason Bourne, there was…Cale?! This underrated 2000 sci-fi tale marks Matt Damon's first stab at action hero-y status.
Will Smith as Oscar, 'Shark Tale' (2004)
The most memorable part about this forgettable 2004 animated film is that the Fresh Prince played (naturally) a wisecracking fish.
Ben Stiller as Alex, 'Madagascar' (2005)
DreamWorks tractor beams in yet another A-lister, scoring Stiller and pals like Chris Rock to play witty zoo animals that are catnip to child audiences.
Angelina Jolie as Tigress, 'Kung Fu Panda' (2008)
Before she was Maleficent, Jolie lent her considerable acting chops to a half tiger, half ninja opposite Jack Black's titular hero Po.
Hugo Weaving as Megatron, 'Transformers' (2007)
Despite calling his work "meaningless" in the hit film, the former Agent Smith found a reason to keep cashing paychecks, er, continue giving his voice to the billion-dollar franchise.
Sean Connery as Draco, 'Dragonheart' (1996)
If there's anything better than a fire-snorting dragon voiced by James Bond, we don't wanna know about it.
John Goodman as Hound, 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' (2014)
Casting 'The Big Lebowski''s gun-happy Walter as the Autobots' gun expert? Well played, Michael Bay. (Now mark it zero, dude.)