As Mr. Peabody & Sherman opens this week, click through for a reminder of which famous voices were behind some of Hollywood's most beloved animated animals.
Ty Burrell as Mr. Peabody
We love this guy on Modern Family, and now he brings his distinctive voice to the dog genius Mr. Peabody.
Ellen DeGeneres as Dory
Another fishy voice comes to us from Ellen DeGeneres, who brought to life Dory, the fish with a short-term memory problem in Pixar's 2003 blockbuster, Finding Nemo. She reprises the role for 2016's Finding Dory.
James Earl Jones as Mufasa
The booming voice of James Earl Jones is perfect for the king of the beasts as the lion Mufasa in 1994's The Lion King.
Helen Mirren as Nyra
British Dame Helen Mirren voices the evil queen Nyra owl in 2010's Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole.
George Clooney as Mr. Fox
George Clooney lends his voice to Mr. Fox in Wes Anderson's stop-motion Fantastic Mr. Fox. The film also featured long-time Anderson collaborators Jason Schwartzman, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray.
Justin Long as Alvin
Justin Long took on the squeaky chipmunk Alvin in the original 2007 movie, Alvin and the Chipmunks and its two "squeakquels."
Craig Ferguson as Owl
The Late Late Show's Craig Ferguson was heard as wise old Owl in the last big screen take on Winnie the Pooh.
Angelina Jolie is a Tigress! At least she's an animated one in Kung Fu Panda and its sequels.
Dustin Hoffman as Shifu
Dustin Hoffman voiced the sly kung fu guru Master Shifu who oversees the legendary furious five kung fu fighters in the Kung Fu Panda series.
Jesse Eisenberg as Blu
Academy Award nominee Jesse Eisenberg followed up his role in The Social Network voicing Blu, a domesticated macaw who heads off to Rio in pursuit of his new love, Jewel (Anne Hathaway, BTW). Rio 2 comes to theaters April 11.