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Posted by Annie on February 18, 2020

Guillermo del Toro might be knee-deep into production on his upcoming film, “Nightmare Alley,” his first since winning the Oscar for “The Shape of Water,” but that film isn’t the only project the filmmaker has been working on lately. In addition to the live-action “Nightmare Alley,” del Toro is also on board to direct a stop-motion animation version of “Pinocchio” for Netflix. And according to a new interview at a recent Comic-Con in Vienna, we now know who might be providing some voices for that film.

According to the Polish outlet Na Ekranie, actor David Bradley reveals that he will voice the character of Geppetto in the upcoming “Pinocchio” from Guillermo del Toro. In addition, Bradley, who is probably best known for playing Walder Frey in HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” reveals that he’ll be joined in the voice cast by the likes of Ron Perlman, Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton, and Ewan McGregor in the film. Unfortunately, we’re not sure which role each actor will voice.

Of course, we have to preface this by saying no official announcement has been made by del Toro or Netflix, so we should take Bradley’s words with a grain of salt. However, he does sound fairly certain in the interview that these folks are attached. And if so, that is one hell of a cast for the film, making our interest in the project reach new heights.

Guillermo del Toro’s “Pinocchio” isn’t the only version of the classic tale getting released soon. Recently, director Matteo Garrone directed a live-action version of the film in Italian, with Roberto Benigni starring as Geppetto. In addition, Disney recently hired Robert Zemeckis to direct the studio’s upcoming live-action adaptation of the story. However, according to del Toro, his version of “Pinocchio” is going to be very different than others.

“It’s not a ‘Pinocchio’ for all the family,” said del Toro in an interview from 2018 about the project, which is going to take a darker look at the character.

There’s no release date for the del Toro animated film. However, with “Nightmare Alley” taking up much of his time now, it’s likely we won’t get “Pinocchio” for at least a couple of years.

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Posted by Annie on October 31, 2019

Yesterday, Ewan McGregor attended the world premiere of Doctor Sleep in Los Angeles, California. Here are photos from the event:


Posted by Annie on October 31, 2019

Ewan attended a Press Conference for Doctor Sleep yesterday in Los Angeles. Here are some photos:


Posted by Annie on October 31, 2019

Ewan’s newest movie, Doctor Sleep, based on the novel by Stephen King and a sequel to The Shining, is set to open in theaters tomorrow (in the UK) and next week in the US and other countries.

Plot: Years following the events of “The Shining,” a now-adult Dan Torrance meets a young girl with similar powers as his and tries to protect her from a cult known as The True Knot who prey on children with powers to remain immortal.

Directed by Mike Flanagan, the movie also stars Rebecca Ferguson and Jacob Trembley. Watch the trailer below, check out the Posters and Stills from the movie that is getting great reviews.


Posted by Marilia on August 06, 2018

Ewan is in London to promote ‘Christopher Robin’ and attended the European Premiere held at BFI Southbank on August 5. Our gallery has been updated with lots of high quality images from the green carpet:

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