Wayne Brady Will Voice King Dice in Netflix's The Cuphead Show
Netflix Geeked Week Day 5 has given us a closer look at Chad and Jared Moldenhauer’s The Cuphead Show, and revealed that popular American actor Wayne Brady will be voicing King Dice.
The adaptation of the popular rubber hose-styled game was announced last year, and will follow the adventures of Cuphead and his brother Mugman.
The streaming platform revealed a sneak peak of King Dice in action, who was primed and ready to put on a good show.
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The Cuphead Show King Dice Clip
Netflix Geeked Week debuted our first look at King Dice, who will be voiced by the reality television star Wayne Brady.
The short clip featured a fair amount of scat singing from King Dice, as well as plenty of trumpet fanfare, setting the mood perfectly for the rest of the show.
The clip also showed a lot of the side characters that will be populating the series, including an old telephone, fork, and aubergine.
Who is King Dice?
King Dice is one of the main antagonists of the Cuphead game, known as ‘The Devil’s Right-Hand Man’.
The character usually frequents every Die House, and collects the souls that Mugman and Cuphead deliver to him.
In addition to appearing in the opening scene of the game, King Dice can also be fought during the ‘All Bets Are Off!’ level.
What Will The Cuphead Show Be About?
The Cuphead Show’s premise will revolve around the brothers, Cuphead and Mugman, carrying over the game’s specific 1930s animation style.
Instead of following the events of the game, the show will instead be based more so on character development.
Cuphead has been plaguing our minds with catchy jingles and addictive gameplay since 2017 for Xbox One and PC, joining the Nintendo Switch catalogue in 2019 and the PS4 later in 2020.