Adam Lambert Was Cast In A New Movie With Daniel Radcliffe And Meghan Trainor
Out singer Adam Lambert is giving acting another try, but this time as a voice actor.
The American Idol star, singer, and stage performer doesn't have a lot of tv and movie credits to his name, but he’ll soon add one more notch to his belt.
It’s been announced that Lambert will be voicing a villain named Emperor Maximus in a new animated movie called Playmobil: The Movie.
Lambert will be staring alongside Daniel Radcliffe, British actress Ana Taylor-Joy, comedian Jim Gaffigan, and fellow singer Meghan Trainor. The screenplay was also written by Blaise Hemingway and The Princess And The Frog’s Greg Erb.
The film is the latest family film to be inspired by a children’s toy, this time a German toy brand, and to boast a cast of voices from diverse entertainment fields.
While the movie is now officially filming, a synopsis of the film has yet to be released, so we only know of the toy brand concept.
What we also know is that the film is set to premiere on August 16, 2019.