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Spies in Disguise is an upcoming 2019 animated spy comedy film. It is scheduled to be released on December 25, 2019 and will be the first animated movie from Blue Sky Studios to be released by 20th Century Fox as a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company following the acquisition of 21st Century Fox.
The world is counting on the highly famous super spy Lance Sterling to protect it from grave threats, who in turn often counts on the technical smarts of young scientist Walter Beckett to fashion great gadgets to accomplish his missions in spite of himself. However, when Beckett attempts to introduce his newest invention of "biodynamic concealment", Sterling accidentally ingests Beckett's experimental work and turns into a pigeon. He must now find out how he can save the world from a cybernetic madman while being such a small animal.
- Will Smith as Lance Sterling
- Tom Holland as Walter Beckett
- Rashida Jones as Marcy Kappel
- Ben Mendelsohn as Tristan McFord
- Reba McEntire as Joy Jenkins
- Rachel Brosnahan as Wendy Beckett.
- Karen Gillan as Eyes
- DJ Khaled as Ears
- Masi Oka as Kimura.
- Carla Jimenez as Geraldine
- This is the first animated film from 20th Century Fox to be released after the Disney purchase.
- Additionally, this is the first Blue Sky Studios film to be released after the Disney purchase.
- The film's release date has been changed several times. It was originally set to come out on January 18th, 2019, but was then pushed back to April 19th, then moved to September 13th, 2019. On May 10, the release got pushed back once more to Christmas Day 2019, to accommodate the release of Fox's Ad Astra which was moved to the September date.
- This is Will Smith's first animated film role since DreamWorks' 2004 feature Shark Tale.
- This is the sixth time Tom Holland uses an American accent for his role after Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and Spider-Man: Far From Home (all of in which he played Spider-Man).
- This is also his first time using an animated role, not counting the UK English dub of The Secret World of Arrietty (under the simple title Arrietty in that country).