Welcome to Chucklewood is a American computer-animated adventure comedy film produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Universal Pictures. It is loosely based on the line of animated television specials Chucklewood Critters. The film follows a young boy spending the summer at Chucklewood Park by his uncle who's the park ranger of the park. There, he meets a bear cub and a fox cub.


Voice cast

  • Jacob Tremblay as Buttons, a brown bear cub
  • Roman Griffin Davis as Rusty, an energetic orange fox cub and Buttons' best friend
  • Miles Bakshi as Johnny Boyett, a 12-year-old boy and Ranger Jones' nephew
  • Will Ferrell as Ranger "Jonesy" Jones
  • Aubrey Anderson-Emmons as Robyn McCobb
  • John Cena as Abner
  • Nathan Fillion George
  • Gabrielle Union as Bridgette
  • Kristen Wiig as Rosie
  • Skai Jackson as Bearbette
  • Mckenna Grace as Frisky
  • Patrick Warburton as Darwin
  • Jennifer Aniston as Bearnadine
  • Harland Williams as Skipper
  • Kristen Schaal as Bluebell
  • Brad Garret as Lester Eli Gator
  • Keegan-Michael Key as Franklin
  • Jaeden Lieberher as Freddie
  • Gaten Matarazzo as Turner
  • Kevin Hart as Skeeter
  • Andy Samberg as Quacker
  • Ike Barinholtz as Philbert
  • Andy Serkis as Lord Morlock, the main antagonist and a dragon-like sorcerer whose trapped in stone
  • Jeffery Dean Morgan as Harold McCobb, the chairman of "McCobb Corn Industry." He's also Robyn's father
  • Nick Kroll as Bob, Harold McCobb's assistant and the industry's mascot, Corny McCorncob.
  • Bruce Campbell as The Thunderbird
  • Stephen Tobolowsky as Commissioner Hardwick, the park Commissioner
  • Elizabeth Banks as Sally, a wildlife expert and the deceased mother of Johnny and younger sister of Ranger Jones
  • Seth Rogan as Gerald McCobb
  • Barbara Goodson as Additional Voices
  • Mona Marshall as Additional Voices
  • Veronica Taylor as Additional Voices


  • Most of the lead characters will be voiced by child actors.
  • Voice actresses, Barbara Goodson and Mona Marshall (original voices for Buttons and Rusty) will make a brief cameo.
  • The movie rating shares the same rating from Mr. Peabody and Sherman

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild action/peril and brief rude humor.

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