I edit on a wikia for a video game series, so getting confirmation about VAs is kind part of the "job". I kinda know how a NDA contract works. I was hoping you can answer something that's been on mind since a certain incident happened. Can a VA be fired if they violated their NDA contract and confirmed that they voice a character in whatever project they're doing without company consent? Fans don't understand that they have to wait until something is officially out to put information on a wiki.
I mean, if the recording is pretty much DONE and replacing them would cost more time/money than it’s worth, then I doubt they would remove the voice actor’s work from the finished product. However, you could rest assured that the company would never be working with that person again.
If they spoiled it super early (like upon being cast or right after the first session), though? You bet your ass they’d be eradicated from all traces of the project and blacklisted/sued accordingly.
You don’t fuck with NDAs. They are a company’s investment protection and (oftentimes) an extension of their copyright and trademark protection. You DO NOT fuck with NDAs.