We're followed by his the brother in the blue shirt, Dewey, voiced by Ben Schwartz. Schwartz is known for his roles in Parks and Recreation and Bojack Horseman. He's also done interesting voice work in the past, as a vocal consultant for BB-8 on Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Kate Micucci is the voice of plucky animal-lover Webby Vanderquack. Micucci is a talented singer/songwriter as well as comedian — she’s part of the comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates – and has a massive list of voice acting to her credit.
Another SNL cast member, Bennett is the voice of daredevil pilot (who still can't actually land the plane) Launchpad McQuack. He's well-known as the stuffy businessman in those AT&T commercials, but he's also one previous voice work in Axe Cop and appeared on Arrested Development.
The new show will also include many of the other fan favorites like Gyro Gearloose, Ma Beagle & the Beagle Boys, Flintheart Glomgold, along with others. They'll also include Daffy Duck this time around.
The original show aired from 1987-1990. There was also a movie, DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp. It was massively influential to animation for both kids and adults, according to Marc Buhaj, the general manager of Disney XD.
Having a cast that strong is putting a lot of faith in such a beloved property. But if the reboot has the same success as the original, perhaps it'll also have a movie or two under its belt.
12. Forget A Press Release, Here's A Song!
It's safe to say that the cast is ridiculously stacked, and who's to know who they'll get for the rest of the cast. I guess we'll find out. In the meantime, enjoy their rendition of the original theme song.
13. Or Just Quack It Up Until The Show Drops
If you're still a bit skeptical the reboot won't bring back that childlike wonder you '80s kids miss, then you still have other options. There's always this video of ducks recreating the theme song for your endless enjoyment.