- Any animated movie by Disney, Pixar, or DreamWorks Animation, really. Especially DreamWorks.
- Atlantis: The Lost Empire, save for Princess Kida, who is voiced by veteran voice actor Cree Summer.
- The Lion King: Matthew Broderick, James Earl Jones, Jeremy Irons, Whoopi Goldberg, Cheech Marin, Nathan Lane, Rowan Atkinson, and Jim Cummings.
- Kung Fu Panda features the voices of Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Lucy Liu, Jackie Chan, David Cross, Seth Rogen, Ian McShane, and Michael Clarke Duncan.
- The Thief and the Cobbler: Richard Williams, director of the film, went to great lengths to secure not only the greatest voice cast of all time for a cartoon (Vincent Price, Donald Pleasence, Anthony Quayle to name a few) but also the greatest team of animators:
- Himself. Richard not only directed, he drew quite a significant chunk. His crowning scene is Zig-Zag's card shuffling display for the One-Eyes.
- Art Babbitt, responsible for Zeus and the Chinese mushrooms in Fantasia, and infamous for organizing the 1941 strike against Walt Disney. For Thief he drew King Nod and the vulture Phido.
- Ken Harris, number one animator in the Chuck Jones unit during production on the original golden-era batch of Warner Brothers cartoons. Ken's animation of the Thief is similar to his work on Wile E. Coyote.
- Emery Hawkins, who worked for every single cartoon studio that existed in Hollywood between the 30s and the 50s. It is not exactly known what he animated on Thief (many animation buffs guess he drew the ogre-prince who isn't in the Recobbled Cut).
- Grim Natwick, responsible for Krazy Kat, Betty Boop, Snow White and Mr. Magoo, and was in fact 90 years old when he tackled the drawings for the Mad Witch.
- For many of these actors and artists, Thief and the Cobbler was their final film; they poured in every ounce of blood and sweat they had left.
- The Prince of Egypt includes the voice talents of Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock, Jeff Goldblum, Danny Glover, Patrick Stewart, Helen Mirren, Steve Martin, and Martin Short. Phew!
- Antz includes the likes of Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman, Sylvester Stallone, Jennifer Lopez, Christopher Walken, Anne Bancroft, Dan Aykroyd, and Danny Glover.
- Hoodwinked! has the likes of Anne Hathaway, Xzibit, Glenn Close, Jim Belushi, Patrick Warburton, David Ogden Stiers, and Andy Dick. Hayden Panettiere and Martin Short also appear in the sequel, replacing Hathaway and Belushi.
- Titan A.E.'s out of this world voice talent includes Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore, Bill Pullman, John Leguizamo, Janeane Garofalo, and Nathan Lane.
- Barnyard boasts the udderly amazing voice talents of Kevin James, Courteney Cox, Sam Elliott, Danny Glover, Andie Mac Dowell, Wanda Sykes, and David Koechner.
- Epic features Amanda Seyfried as MK, Josh Hutcherson as Nod, Colin Farrell as Ronin, Beyoncé as Queen Tara, Steven Tyler as Nim Galuu, Christoph Waltz as Mandrake, Pitbull as Bufo, and so on.
- The Curious George movie features Will Ferrell as Ted the Man in the Yellow Hat, along with Drew Barrymore, David Cross, Eugene Levy, Joan Plowright, and Dick Van Dyke.
- The LEGO Movie features Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Morgan Freeman, Will Arnett, Will Ferrell, Liam Neeson, Alison Brie, Charlie Day, and Nick Offerman in main roles, with cameos by Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Cobie Smulders, Will Forte, Dave Franco, Jake Johnson, Keegan-Michael Key, Jorma Taccone, and Shaquille O'Neal. There are also spoilery cameos from Keith Ferguson, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, and a live-action Will Ferrell.
- Strange Frame: Love and Sax may have been an obscure title, but its voice cast includes Claudia Black, Tara Strong, Tim Curry, Ron Glass, and Cree Summer, plus Claudia Christian, Alan Tudyk, and George Takei in smaller roles.
- Home has Steve Martin, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, and Jim Parsons.
- The Pagemaster has 85% of its cast come from several different incarnations of Star Trek (Mostly TNG and the third movie including the late Leonard Nimoy, but Robert Picardo from VOY was also on the payroll for voicing minor characters), and the remainder that weren't were Macaulay Culkin, Jim Cummings and the late Phil Hartman. And oh, the music was composed by the late James Horner, another Star Trek alumni.
All Star Cast / Animated Film