Jeremy Renner and Jennifer Lopez are the latest additions to the new voice cast of upcoming film Ice Age: Continental Drift, which is a sequel of Ice Age. The Hollywood stars are on board to provide voice for characters in the animated film. Beside them, Wanda Sykes, Keke Palmer, Aziz Ansari and Drake will also lend their voice to the flick.
According to sources, the voice cast was announced on Tuesday during a Fox presentation. In the fourth installment of Ice Age film series, Jeremy Renner will provide voice for Gutt, a self-styled master of the high seas and Jennifer Lopez will voice Shira, a saber-toothed who melts the heart of Diego.
The original voice member, Ray Romano will once again provide voice for Manny and Queen Latifah will return as Ellie. Denis Leary will voice Diego, and John Leguizamo will be back to provide voice for Sid. Other actors supporting the adventure comedy include Chris Wedge, Josh Peck, and Karen Disher.
Ice Age: Continental Drift is the second 3D computer animated film in the Ice Age series. It is produced by Blue Sky Studios and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The movie will hit US theaters on July 13, 2012.