The film, about a young princess named Merida (voiced by Kelly MacDonald) who rejects the traditional path of semi-arranged marriage (to the winner of a medieval sort of olympics) set for her by her parents, is Pixar's first foray into the British isles. Known for its meticulous research and long production times, the studio sought to ensure the authenticity of its 13th major feature film. Enter McKidd, one of Hollywood's top Scottish imports, who was tapped early on to voice one of the father-son combinations in the new-age fairytale from the animation powerhouse.
McKidd spoke by phone with THR about his role in the film, as well as several other projects, including the medical drama Grey's Anatomy.
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