North West Scores First Movie Gig With Mom Kim Kardashian in 'PAW Patrol' Sequel

The 9-year-old daughter of the reality TV star and Kanye West will voice one of three new pups introduced in the upcoming film, with her brother Saint making a cameo.

AceShowbiz - North West is about to make her movie debut while she barely reaches a decade milestone in her life. The eldest child of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West has landed a role in Spin Master Entertainment-Nickelodeon-Paramount's sequel "PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie".

The nine-and-a-half-year-old girl has been cast in the upcoming animated movie alongside her famous mother. She reportedly will voice one of three new characters in the film, with her younger brother Saint West making a cameo. Kim, meanwhile, will reprise her role as Dolores from the first movie.

North joins the likes of Critics Choice Award winner Alan Kim ("Minari"), TikTok star Brice Gonzalez of EnkyBoys, Kristen Bell ("Frozen (2013)"), Christian Convery ("Sweet Tooth"), McKenna Grace ("Gifted", "The Handmaid's Tale"), Lil Rel Howery ("Get Out", "Free Guy"), James Marsden ("Disenchanted", "Sonic The Hedgehog"), Finn Lee-Epp ("Let Him Go") and tennis ace Serena Williams who have just been added to the cast for the "PAW Patrol: The Movie" sequel.

Other new cast members also include Taraji P. Henson, Luxton Handspiker ("PAW Patrol" series), Christian Corrao ("Dino Dana") and Nylan Parthipan ("PAW Patrol" series), with Marsai Martin, Ron Pardo and Callum Shoniker returning to reprise their roles.

"This year marks the 10th anniversary of the 'PAW Patrol' franchise, and what better way to celebrate than the release of our second feature film," said Jennifer Dodge, Spin Master's President of Entertainment and producer of the film. "As we continue to expand the 'PAW Patrol' universe for fans, we'll follow the pups on mightier missions and explore their backstories, this time with a heartwarming tale centered around our heroine Skye. With this cast of dynamic voice talent, we're bringing a whole new level of excitement to the big screen."

Cal Bunker, who directed the first film, is back at the helm for the sequel, with his writing partner Bob Barlen, who also takes on the role as associate producer. The film is scheduled to open in U.S. theaters on October 13.

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