Alan Tudyk Will Return for 'Frozen 2' and 'Wreck-It Ralph 2,' Plus: His Plea for 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

Alan Tudyk Will Return for 'Frozen 2' and 'Wreck-It Ralph 2,' Plus: His Plea for 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "It's one I'm trying to push, because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" he said. 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters on May 5, 2017. Watch the newest trailer for that below.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of t

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of th

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of t

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of the

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of t

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of th

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of t

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of 

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. Meanwhile, Guardians of

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release. G

 

When Fandango sat down to chat with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Alan Tudyk about what it was like to portray the newest Star Wars droid -- and total scene stealer -- K-2SO, we joked that there must be some mandate now for him to star in almost every single Disney movie. "it's one I'm trying to push," he joked. "Because I want to get in one of the Marvel movies!" 

Not only has Tudyk provided voice work on recent hits like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Big Hero 6 and Moana (he's Heihei), but he's now branched out to other rooms at the Mouse House, including Star Wars, with a Marvel movie next on his list of Disney properties to conquer.

Tudyk did confirm to us that he will return in some way to the worlds of Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph when the time comes, though he's just not certain who he'll be playing just yet. "I will [return]," he said. "I don't know in what character form, though. I say that confidently just because I've been in the ones before and they are committed to continuing that tradition, which considering how many movies they put out... I'm gonna run out of voices at some point! But I haven't run out yet, so let's do it."

When we asked Tudyk which Marvel movie he'd like to be in, he immediately mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy. That might be because it's explosive and fun and fits right into Tudyk's wheelhouse, but also because he and Guardians director James Gunn are good buddies, having collaborated a couple of times before. 

When we told Gunn that Tudyk is itching to get in on some of that Guardians action, here's what he had to say.

 

 

 

 

Now this is all assuming Gunn didn't already sneak Tudyk into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. When we asked whether he'd been approached for a role in the Han Solo movie, he joked, "I have not been asked! I am solely focusing on Guardians of the Galaxy." Hmmm... seems the ball is now in your court, James Gunn.

We'll have more with Tudyk on Rogue One and K-2SO as we get closer to the film's December 16 release.

 

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