‘Rick and Morty’ Season 3 Updates: Animation Work In Progress; Voiceover Began; Vin Diesel To Appear As Guest Star

Mar 13, 2017 11:50 AM EDT | Lasitha

There is huge good news for the Rick and Morty fans. It is reported that the voiceover for the third season for "Rick and Morty" has begun. It all started with a tweet from the writer of the show, Mike McMahan.

It has already been reported that "Rick and Morty" season 3 has already been written. The team is waiting for the animation team to wrap their work so that new episodes can be telecasted.

"I don't have a release date for Season 3. It's not that I know it and I'm not allowed to say it; it's [Adult Swim's] domain. What I will tell you is it's late because of us, it's late because of me," said co-creator Dan Harmon about the status of the new season, reported Cinema Blend.

It is revealed that "Rick and Morty" season 3 will see Vin Diesel as the guest star. This is announced by the creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, reported Den of Geek.

It was revealed through a new bare-bones clip that shows a shrunken Rick doing brutal battle with a gang of rats with the help of a Frankensteined rat brain/limb mech-suit.

"We hired a bunch of new writers," Dan Harmon told. "There was a craving for a gender balance in the writers' room that we had never had, but I'm also very proud of the fact that we didn't compromise ourselves following that craving. We just looked harder and I don't know if it was coincidence or because the show was popping up on the radar of a lot of great female writers noticing, 'Well, they don't have any women writers in there. I'm gonna submit something.' It was probably a combination of all those factors."

It was announced that "Rick and Morty" season 3 will comprise 14 episodes. Season 1 had a total of 11 episodes and season 2 was cut down to 10.

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