Princess Atta
Princess Atta
Background information
Movies A Bug's Life
Short Films Unknown
Television Programs Unknown

Video Games A Bug's Life
Voice Julia Louis-Dreyfus (in the film)

Jodi Benson (in the video game)

Portrayed by Unknown
Character information
Other names Atta

Princess (by Hopper)

Personality feisty, stubborn, caring, intelligent, responsible, a perfectionist, worrisome
Goal To be a good Queen
Allies Her partner Flik, her younger sister Dot, her mother the Queen, Circus Bugs, Dr. Flora, Mr. Soil, Thorny, Cornelius, the Blueberries, any ant in the colony, guests at Disney parks
Enemies Hopper, Molt (formerly), Thumper, the grasshoppers, the Bird
Likes Succeeding, her family
Dislikes Failures, danger, Flik's lies, Dot in danger
Quotes "You don't think I have offended the warriors? Do you?"

Atta is the princess (later queen) of the ant colony, and the deuteragonist of Disney/Pixar's 1998 film A Bug's Life. She is voiced by Julia Louis-Dreyfus in the film, and Jodi Benson in the PlayStation video game.

Background Edit

Atta is the crown princess ant, the eldest daughter of the Queen of the ant colony and heir to the throne of Ant Island. During the opening of the film, she is close to inheriting the crown from her elderly mother. She is very nervous throughout the film, regarding her new-found responsibilities, and often worries about what the rest of the colony thinks about her. She's also Flik's love interest.

Personality Edit

Regarding her upcoming ruler status of the colony, Atta is incredibly nervous and worries about every detail about the flow of the colony. She is obsessed with perfection, hoping this trait will make her more likable with her subjects. Atta especially worries about the food offering to Hopper and the other grasshoppers. However, as the film progresses, she becomes a bit more relaxed through the words of her mother and her blossoming relationship with Flik, both of which seem to calm her down.

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