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Jobless slacker Fred ([[Performer~P232716~James Marsden~jamesmarsden]]) discovers that hares make horrible houseguests after injuring the Easter Bunny ([[Performer~P364780~Russell Brand~russellbrand]]) and agreeing to nurse the little hopper back to health in this animated comedy from the writers of [[Feature~V475296~Despicable Me~despicableme]], and director [[Performer~P270786~Tim Hill~timhill]] ([[Feature~V175315~Rocko's Modern Life~rockosmodernlife[animatedseries]]], [[Feature~V310048~SpongeBob SquarePants~spongebobsquarepants:squidgetsmauled]]). For the past 4,000 years, the Easter Bunny has brought joy and candy to kids all across the globe; however, the time has come for a new Easter Bunny to take over the tradition. But while EB is the next in line to receive the official title, he couldn't care less about becoming the official bearer of chocolate eggs and jellybeans. Escaping to Hollywood in a bid to find fame and fortune, EB hops in front of an oncoming car driven by Fred, who agrees to give him a place to recover until he's healthy enough to hop along home. Now, the harder Fred struggles to stop his furry new companion from sending his life into a tailspin, the more satisfaction he begins to get out of his newfound responsibility. With a little luck and a whole lot of patience, Fred just might become the man who saved Easter for everyone. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:April 1, 2011

Cast

James Marsden
as Fred O'Hare
Russell Brand
as E.B.
Kaley Cuoco
as Sam O'Hare
Hank Azaria
as Carlos
Gary Cole
as Henry O'Hare
Elizabeth Perkins
as Bonnie O'Hare
Hugh Laurie
as E.B.'s Dad
Tiffany Espensen
as Alex O'Hare
David Hasselhoff
as Himself
Chelsea Handler
as Mrs. Beck
Hank Azaria
as Phil
Carlease Burke
as Receptionist
Veronica Alicino
as Waitress
Greg Lewis
as Performer
Mark Riccardi
as Security Guard
Cici Lau
as Chinese Woman
Jayden Lund
as Another Parent
Russell Brand
as Production Assistant
Christian Long
as Production Assistant
Hugh Hefner
as Voice at Playboy Mansion
David Goldsmith
as Warm-Up Guy
Rick Pasqualone
as Other Voices

Crew

Tim Hill
Director
Michele Imperato Stabile
Producer
Christopher Meledandri
Producer
Cinco Paul
Screen Story
Cinco Paul
Screenwriter
Ken Daurio
Screen Story
Ken Daurio
Screenwriter
Peter Lyons Collister
Cinematographer
Julianne Jordan
Musical Direction/Supervision
Peter Elliot
Editor
Gregory Perler
Editor
Richard Holland
Production Designer
Chris Consani
Art Director
John Cohen
Executive Producer
Phil Dagort
Set Designer
Paul Sonski
Set Designer
Alexandra Welker
Costume Designer
Don Diers
Set Decorator
Ann Scibelli
Sound/Sound Designer
Michele Panelli-Venetis
First Assistant Director
Libby Goldstein
Casting
Junie Lowry-Johnson
Casting
Peter de Seve
Character Design
Tom Johnson
Re-Recording Mixer
Elena Arroy
Key Make-up
Gary Rizzo
Re-Recording Mixer
Mike Chock
Sound Editor
Paul Vigil
Special Effects Technician
Cheri Minns
Department Head Makeup
Emily Ferry
Properties Master
John Moio
Stunts Coordinator
Michele Imperato Stabile
Unit Production Manager
Richard L. Anderson
Supervising Sound Editor
Joy Zapata
Key Hairstylist
Rocky Gehr
Special Effects Technician
Steve Dubin
Visual Effects Producer
Jeannine Berger
Post Production Supervisor
Jennifer Dozier
Key Costumer
Leigh Shanta
Unit Production Manager
Walter Garcia
Visual Effects Producer
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