Thanks To Matt Parish for a new interview with Alice Cooper legend Dennis Dunaway now available in the 'Interviews' section. Dennis talks about the early days of Alice Cooper, Deadringer, BDS, and of course the Dennis Dunaway Project. Thanks Matt!
According to CreativeMatch.co.uk Alice will be voicing a hamster in the new HD CGI sitcom animation 'Hungry Hamsters'. Alice joins a a cast which includes Brian Blessed, who will play the leading character Maclean, Jack Davenport and Harry Hill.
Quote: "Hungry Hamsters is a new comedy animation series of 26 x half hour programmes for television and multimedia distribution, which has been created by comedy producer, Nick Sercombe. Cooper will be voicing Psalmanazar, the bête-noir character who opposes the Hamsters during their adventures. Chosen specifically for his highly individual personality, Cooper is deemed to make the perfect villain in the programmes and he loves the role; the first he has undertaken in an animation series for television.
Sercombe commented that Cooper was selected for his dry wit as well as his performing talent. “Alice has already made some amusing suggestions as to the visual design of his character, Psalmanazar, and he is really looking forward to getting into the studio next year to record his voice. All the Hungry Hamsters voices have been chosen carefully for their colourful characters and now we have added the enormous theatrical talent of Alice Cooper, which is a real bonus."
Hungry Hamsters is currently in advanced development at leading Danish studio, Krogh Mortensen Animation. The series is being produced using the most advanced CGI ever used in an animated television series.
In reference to the recent downtime of STUK, I'm afraid there isn't a whole lot I can do about it. The problem is with the URL referer (not the host this time) who's machines keeps failing. They keep sending me reports saying the problem is fixed, and then it goes down again. Please be patient as and eventually they'll get it fixed permanently.