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Meet the cast of 'Storks'
In Warner Bros.' upcoming animated comedy Storks, the titular birds long ago switched from delivering babies to delivering packages for an Amazon-like internet retailer called Cornerstore. But an unexpected order sees a workaholic bird and a spirited teenage girl team up to transport a newborn to its rightful home. Here's a look at the cast and characters in the film.
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Andy Samberg as Junior
Andy Samberg voices Junior, a hard-working stork (pictured with the Baby) who's in line to become the next boss of Cornerstore. All he has to do is get rid of Tulip — but he may not have the heart to fire her.
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Jennifer Aniston and Ty Burrell as the Gardners
Jennifer Aniston and Ty Burrell voice Sarah and Henry Gardner, two busy parents who have trouble finding time for their son, Nate. As a result, he writes a letter to the storks asking them for a baby brother, although they have't been in the kid business for 18 years.
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Kelsey Grammer as Hunter
Kelsey Grammer is Hunter, the boss of Stork Mountain and the closest thing the movie has to a bad guy. "He's all about business," says co-director Nicholas Stoller, and Junior looks up to him.
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Katie Crown as Tulip
Katie Crown is Tulip, the last baby made at Stork Mountain. She was orphaned 18 years ago when an accident destroyed her delivery address. "The only thing she knows is Stork Mountain and the world of storks, and she's desperate to find her parents," Stoller says.
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Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as the Wolf Pack
Key and Peele voice an entire pack of about 100 wolves, who first want to eat the Baby but then fall in love and decide to raise the infant as their own. The wolves are inspired by John Goodman and William Forsythe's characters in Raising Arizona.
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Anton Starkman as Nate
Anton Starkman is Nate Gardner, who ropes his parents into preparing their house for a baby delivery. His folks play along not because they think it will happen, but because they're reminded how much fun it is to play with their child.
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Danny Trejo as Jasper
Danny Trejo is Jasper, the stork who accidentally destroyed Tulip's delivery map years ago and thinks of her as his baby (even though she's now 18).
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Stephen Glickman as Pigeon Toady
Stephen Glickman is Pigeon Toady, who's a little bit of a villain, a little bit of a tragic character, but mostly comedic fodder.
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The Baby is the adorable pink-haired toddler who sets the plot in motion.