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Reese Witherspoon Becoming Gigantic Woman in 'Monsters vs. Aliens'

March 11, 2008 (8:38 am) GMT
The Academy Award-winning actress for her role in 'Walk the Line' is going to lend her voice to the character of Susan Murphy a.k.a. Ginormica in DreamWorks' animated film 'Monsters vs. Aliens'.
Reese Witherspoon

The depicter of June Carter Cash in "" is going to be Ginormica in animated film "". According to USA Today, the actress will be voicing Susan Murphy whose life changes as she becomes a gigantic woman after being hit by a meteor.

On agreeing to lend her voice, the former wife of actor said that she was impressed with the animation storyboard stating, "I got very inspired when the studio showed me storyboards." Further, commenting on her gigantic character, the 5'2" actress jokingly said, "Playing a larger-than-life woman has given me my own opportunity to make tall jokes."

Aside from the "Legally Blonde" star, other actors joining the film include the television star of "House" , the co-star of in "" , the "Arrested Development" actor , the "24" star and comedian . The five actors are set to give voices to Dr. Cockroach, Ph.D., the jellylike B.O.B., the half-ape, half-fish Missing Link, General W.R. Monger and the president respectively.

"Monsters" is based on the horror comicbook "Rex Havoc". It will be directed by Rob Letterman and Conrad Vernon. Additionally, the animated film is set for March 3, 2009 release.

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