Snoop Dogg Has A New Name … Smoove Move
They’re fast, furious, and … snails? Ryan Reynolds, Snoop Dogg, and Samuel L. Jackson get fast and slimy in FOX’s new animated flick, Turbo. Turbo is a 3D comedy about an underdog snail, the voice of Ryan Reynolds, who puts his heart and shell on the line to make his dreams of racing in the Indy 500 come true.
HipHollywood caught up with Ryan and his snail friends, Whiplash, voice of Samuel L. Jackson, and Smoove Move, voice of Snoop Dogg, about what fans can take away from the film.
“When you stop setting goals for yourself it’s sort of atrophy, you shrink, and that’s it. Goals don’t have to be huge, they can be little,” Ryan shared.
Samuel, who personally knows about overcoming fears, dished on being an accomplished actor who still deals with a speech impediment. “I still do (stutter), depending on when they say action,” he laughed.
“It’s okay to have a dream. It’s okay to look beyond your situation, you need to have something to aspire to,” Jackson shared.
And for Snoop, he couldn’t be more thrilled to play the voice of a snail. “When you first hear it, it’s like wow, a snail? How could that be? But then once you see the way that they have him animated and how cool he looks, and the flavor, the style and the way he moves, I mean it fits me,” Snoop explained.
Turbo hits theaters July 17.