Fans are going to recognize this voice really quick!

Ahead of a possible prime Super Bowl TV spot, Disney decided to reveal a fresh new teaser for their upcoming film Alice Through the Looking Glass. Within seconds, viewers will be delighted to hear from the late Alan Rickman.

"You've been gone too long, Alice," the British actor shared in his role as the Blue Caterpillar. "There are matters that cannot be neglected. Hurry."

Rickman's final role comes after he sadly passed away last month at 69 from a battle with cancer. The actor's most iconic role was as Professor Snape in the Harry Potter series.

The new spot also reveals a look at Sacha Baron Cohen stepping out as a half-clock, half-human figure named Time. Don't worry, it will all make sense on the big screen.

Alice Through the Looking Glass


Disney's latest work of art picks up three years after Alice in Wonderland and features Alice (Mia Wasikowska) discovering she must stop Time in order to save the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp).

Before she begins her master plan, the White Queen (Anne Hathaway) has a stern warning for her friend. "He is not someone you want as your enemy," she shared in a previous trailer.

The fantasy film is based on author Lewis Carooll's second Alice novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.  It's set to be released May 27, 2016.

For those a bit more interested in pop culture than sports, we're happy to share just a few of the big movies expected to take center stage on Super Bowl Sunday.

According to Deadline, the latest Bourne movie will have a spot during commercial breaks. Independence Day: Resurgence is also rumored to get some air time.

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