Some Directors Are Obsessed With Putting The Same Person's Voice In Their Films
We all know about the directors who work with the same actors again and again, like Tim Burton and his apparent life partner Johnny Depp. But a similar phenomenon exists wherein directors keep hiring the same person solely for voiceover work. For example, James Gunn, the director responsible for Slither and Guardians Of The Galaxy, has repeatedly gone to the voice well for, of all people, Rob Zombie.
Alfred Nitsch/Wiki Commons Who is haunted by the ghost of King Kong wherever he goes.
For some reason, Gunn can't consider a project complete unless Mr. Hellbilly Deluxe's voice is shoehorned in there somewhere. In Slither, Zombie played Dr. Karl, a (presumably filthily and dreadlocked) physician on the other end of a phone conversation with Elizabeth Banks. In Guardians Of The Galaxy, he was "Ravager Navigator Voice," and showed up as part of Yondu's outlaw gang. And in Gunn's mixed bag of comic book heroes and black comedy, Super, Zombie provided the voice of God.
Michelangelo Seen here advising man to dig through the ditches and burn through the witches and slam in the back of their Dragula.