Tom Ellis is worlds away from Lucifer and Miranda as he fronts history-making new Netflix show | The Sun
NETFLIX has revealed that Tom Ellis will be starring in a new animated series – with a twist.
The streamer has dropped the trailer for a new cartoon starring the 44-year-old actor.
Lucifer star Tom will be the voice of a chunky God Cat on a mission in Exploding Kittens.
The upcoming series will be the first time that Netflix has created a mobile video game and TV series simultaneously, with the game being launched at the beginning of this year.
The show will also feature stars Abraham Lim, Lucy Liu, Ally Maki, Mark Proksch and Sasheer Zamata.
Exploding Kittens follows the everlasting conflict between heaven and hell.
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As the situation on Earth reaches dangerous proportions, God and the devil are sent to Earth in the bodies of house cats to help the world heal.
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The synopsis reads: “He’s not just a cat, he’s God. In Exploding Kittens, the eternal conflict between Good and Evil gets a bit hiss-terical when both God and the Devil are sent to Earth in the bodies of chunky house cats.”
The upcoming series is created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels’ nascent animation company, Bandera Entertainment.
The duo will executively produce the show alongside showrunners Shane Kosakowski and Matthew Inman, Bandera’s Dustin Davis, Peter Chernin and Jenno Topping for the Chernin Entertainment Group and Elan Lee, the original creator of the card game alongside Inman
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Netflix planned for the series to be launched this year, but they haven’t confirmed any dates as of yet.
Ellis previously received acclaim playing the leading man in fantasy Netflix thriller Lucifer.
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