Ewan McGregor plays the grown-up Christopher Robin in Disney's newest addition to the Winnie the Pooh franchise.
Everyone can agree that Winnie-the-Pooh was a childhood favorite. The classic character was voiced by Jim Cummings, who also voices Tigger in the same film and has voiced Winnie-the-Pooh numerous times before.
The innocent and friendly Tigger brings back our fondest childhood memories in the new Disney movie. The character is voiced by Disney animation veteran Jim Cummings.
The insightfully gloomy Eeyore was voiced by the Everybody Loves Raymond alum Brad Garrett.
The most treasured (and timid) of sidekicks, Piglet, was voiced by the British actor Nick Mohammed.
Roo's mom, Kanga, came to life through the voice of British actress Sophie Okonedo.
Pooh's youngest pal, Roo, makes the cutest of appearances in the recently released flick. He was voiced by British child actress Sara Sheen.
Our favorite wise Owl was voiced by Toby Jones in director Marc Forster's film.
Peter Capaldi voiced the adorable Rabbit for Disney's live-action adaptation.
Emma Watson and Dan Stevens' onscreen chemistry as Princess Belle and Beast made the 2017 revival of the Disney classic an instant hit.
Luke Evans played the perfect villain is the arrogant Gaston in the updated remake.
Oh, LeFou! Josh Gad's comedic chops stole the show this time around.
Kevin Kline took on the role of Belle's over-protective father who stumbles upon Beast's castle, which leads to his daughter and Beast's fateful meeting.
The Beast's faithful butler turns into an enchanted clock voiced by Ian McKellen after a curse is placed on Beast's castle.
Child actor Nathan Mack brought Chip Potts to life with his charming and curious nature.
Considered the "Casanova of all candelabras," Lumière was voiced by Ewan McGregor.
Emma Thompson played the ever-so-lovely Mrs. Potts in the live-action blockbuster.
Madame Garderobe, otherwise known as "Wardrobe," came back to life thanks to Audra McDonald.
The 2014 musical fantasy based on the Broadway musical of the same name starred Anna Kendrick as Cinderella.
Chris Pine played Cinderella's much more ruggedly handsome prince.
What would a Cinderella remake be without Christine Baranski's wickedly awesome portrayal of the Evil Stepmother?
Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your long hair! Mackenzie Mauzy took on the quintessential Disney role.
More than 20 years after Mowgli stole Disney lovers' hearts, young actor Neel Sethi landed the breakout role of a lifetime in the 2016 version.
Hollywood legend Billy Murray voiced dancing and singing bear named Baloo.