Who voiced the oversized extra terrestrial in The Iron Giant?

Who voiced the oversized extra terrestrial in The Iron Giant?

Vin Diesel
Before making a name for himself as an action star, Vin Diesel provided his voice to the towering robot in The Iron Giant. Not counting groans and grunts, the Giant utters a grand total of 53 words in the entire film.

Who voiced the robot in the 1999 film The Iron Giant?

An outsider himself, he is among the first to recognize the Giant as no threat. Vin Diesel as the Iron Giant, a 50 ft., metal-eating robot.

Who is the voice of Dean in The Iron Giant?

Harry Connick Jr.The Iron Giant
Dean McCoppin/Voiced by

Why was there never an Iron Giant 2?

Brad Bird has stated The Iron Giant ultimately failed because Warner Bros didn’t bother to market the movie properly. The failure of their animated adventure Quest For Camelot, featuring the voices of Pierce Brosnan and Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight), apparently made them lose faith in The Iron Giant.

What does Hogarth call The Iron Giant?

He is a whopping 50-foot tall autonomous “Metal Man” from another world that crash lands on Earth before becoming friends with a young boy named Hogarth who rescues him from his own internal defensive mechanism….The Iron Giant (character)

The Iron Giant
Biographical information
Status Alive
Physical Description
Gender Male

What was the budget for The Iron Giant?

50 million USD
48 million USD
The Iron Giant/Budget

What does The Iron Giant say before he died?

Giant: I die? Hogarth: I don’t know, you’re made of metal, but you have feelings…and that means you have a soul, and souls don’t die… Mom’s says it’s something inside of all good things and that it goes on forever and ever..

What does The Iron Giant say before he dies?

Is Iron Giant real?

The Iron Giant is the deuteragonist of the Warner Bros. The Iron Giant is loosely based on the title character of The Iron Man, a 1968 novel by Ted Hughes.

Why is The Iron Giant so good?

There’s a lot that could be said about how The Iron Giant, which flopped in its initial release, has now become a cult classic because of its top-notch animation, its great voice acting, and its cachet as the first film by a now-beloved director. The Iron Giant helps us imagine better.