Cardi B and her husband have joined the American voice cast of Baby Shark’s Big Movie; an upcoming animated film based on the South Korean franchise. Cardi B will voice rap icon Sharki B, while Offset voices Offshark. They’re also bringing their kids along for the ride, with Kulture as Kulture Sharki and the younger Wave as Wavey Shark, giving the kids some serious playground bragging rights.
Cardi B and Offset will voice versions of themselves in ‘Baby Shark’s Big Movie.’
Baby Shark’s Big Movie, co-produced by Nickelodeon Animation and the Pinkfong Company, will follow Baby Shark and her family as they relocate to Chomp City, a shark metropolis. Kimiko Glenn, Luke Youngblood, Natasha Rothwell, Eric Edelstein, Debra Wilson, and Patrick Warburton will reprise their roles from the animated film Baby Shark’s Big Show.
Ashley Tisdale as pop star Stariana; Aparna Nancherla as her assistant, Gillie; Ego Nwodim as Leah, Mommy Shark’s best friend from college; Chloe Fineman as Leah’s lovable daughter, Lannie; and Lance Bass as TV announcer Lance Bass are new additions to the voice cast. ENHYPEN, a South Korean band, will feature a beluga K-pop band.
Baby Shark’s Big Movie will be available on Paramount+ later this year. Season 1 of Baby Shark’s Big Show is already available on the platform, and new episodes from season 2 of the preschool series are currently airing on Nickelodeon.