Maya the Bee (2014 film)
Maya the Bee (promoted theatrically as Maya the Bee Movie) is a 2014 3D German-Australian computer-animated comedy adventure film directed by Alexs Stadermann, loosely based on the German children's book of the same name by Waldemar Bonsels. It was released theatrically in Australia on November 1 2014, and also in United States and Canada on March 8 2015.
- Directed by Alexs Stadermann. Produced by Barbara Stephen and Thorsten Wegener. Written by Fin Edquist and Marcus Sauermann.
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- Maya, not so fast! I forgot to tell you the most important bee saying of all: "You should always wait for Willy!"
- Coco Jack Gillies as Maya, a cute and tomboyish young bee girl.
- Kodi Smit-McPhee as Willy, Maya's best friend.
- Richard Roxburgh as Flip, a grasshopper.
- Justine Clarke as Miss Cassandra, teacher at the bee school and Maya's mother figure.
- Jacki Weaver as Buzzlina Von Beena, the royal counselor of the beehive, Maya's arch-enemy.
- Andy McPhee as Hank, the leader of hornets, Sting's father, Bees friends and former arch-rivals.
- Miriam Margolyes as The Queen, the leader of Bees (and current Hornets later on).
- David Collins as Arnie, an ant soldier, Paul's right-hand.
- Shane Dundas as Barney, an ant soldier, Arnie's partner and Paul's right-hand.
- Jimmy James Eaton as Paul, an ant colonel, the leader of ants.
- Heather Mitchell as The Nurse, chief of the worker bees.
- Noah Taylor as Crawley, the hilariously bumbling of the beehive, The Queen's loyal assistant and Buzzlina’s former henchman.
- Cameron Ralph as Momo, a moth.
- Glenn Fraser as Kurt, a dung beetle.
- Heather Mitchell as Thekla, a spider.
- Stavroula Mountzouris as Lara, a ladybug, Willy's love interest.
- Sam Haft as Drago, a dragonfly.
- Uncredited as Big Tongue, a Green Frog.
- Uncredited as Eek, a Bat.