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  • Paddington director in talks for Disney's live action Pinocchio

    Paddington director in talks for Disney's live action Pinocchio 'Paddington' director Paul King is in talks to direct Disney's live action remake of 'Pinocchio'. After thrilling audiences with two instalments of the movie based on the fictional talking bear, Variety reports that the filmmaker is the leading choice to helm the re-imagining of the classic 1940 cartoon, after Bond director Sam Mendes pulled out. It comes after King - who is married to Eloise Moody - was reported to be in talks to direct 'Willy Wonka'. Sources told The Tracking Board that 'Spectre' helmer Mendes stepped away from production for unknown reasons. 'Pinocchio' follows the story of lonely and impoverished woodwo…
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  • Jordan Peele teases future movie ideas

    Jordan Peele teases future movie ideas Jordan Peele wants to continue making movies as powerful as 'Get Out'. The 38-year-old actor and filmmaker - whose debut has received numerous award nominations, including Best Picture at the Oscars - tackled the prejudice interracial couples face in the award-winning feature, but he has plans to "address" other issues in his next big gig. Peele would like to continue in the horror/thriller genre as he believes it's what he does best. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he said: "One thing I know is that this is genre; and playing around with the thriller, horror, action, fun genre of intrigue is my favourite. "That'…
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  • J.J. Abrams: Fans felt threatened by tough females in Star Wars

    J.J. Abrams: Fans felt threatened by tough females in Star Wars J.J. Abrams believes some fans' panned 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' because they felt "threatened" by the strong female stars. The 51-year-old filmmaker will return to the franchise after he helmed 2015's acclaimed 'The Force Awakens', in the place of Colin Trevorrow who was let go due to "differing visions for the project". The director feels that the film was criticised by people who felt intimidated by the increased number of female characters, including the late Carrie Fisher [Princess Leia], Daisy Ridley [Rey], Kelly Marie Tran [Rose Tico], Laura Dern [Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo ] and Gwendoline Christie [Captain Phasma], a…
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  • Anya Taylor-Joy is excited for both New Mutants and Glass

    Anya Taylor-Joy is excited for both New Mutants and Glass Anya Taylor-Joy thinks everyone should be excited about 'New Mutants' and 'Glass'. The 21-year-old actress is reprising her role from 'Split' as Casey Cooke in the third movie in the 'Glass' trilogy, as well as starring as mutant Illya Rasputin in the 'X-Men' spin-off film 'New Mutants', and the actress said it was a "privilege" working on the two projects. In an exclusive interview with BANG Showbiz, Anya said: "I can tell you I am really excited about both of them. I think everyone should be really excited about them because they are different. For 'Glass' every single day we knew we were making something so that was so co…
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  • Maisie Williams was hesitant about joining Early Man

    Maisie Williams was hesitant about joining Early Man Maisie Williams was hesitant about joining the cast of 'Early Man'. The 20-year-old actress - who is best known for her role as Arya Stark in 'Game of Thrones' - is currently starring as Goona in the new movie by the 'Wallace and Gromit' creators, and Williams admitted she wasn't sure she was suited to the role. Speaking to Collider, Williams said: "They [Aardman] approached me a while ago and asked if I would play Goona. "Originally I wasn't sure it was something I'd be able to do. It was always something I wanted to do, I was always a big fan of animation when I was younger. "Also, Aardman is based in Bristol, where I a…
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