Over Three years have passed Netflix has announced that it is teaming up with Rold Dahl Estate To bring the works of popular writers to its service. Now, finally, The first film is about to land, And the cast is already ready to give us a complete chocolate factory to see it
The film is an adaptation of Dahl’s short fiction Collection The wonderful story of Henry Sugar and six others, And it is being adapted and directed None other than Wes Anderson. Anderson, who previously adapted Dahl’s Fantastic Mr. Fox With great success, Benedict Cumberbatch will play the lead role alongside Dev Patel, Ralph Fiennes, And Ben Kingsley, accordingly tHe is a Hollywood reporter. FIs revealed It could start in the UK later this month.
Cumberbatch plays the title character, Henry Sugar, a man who comes across a book that gives him special powers, including prophecy. As a result, he suffered from anxiety. However, this is only one of the seven stories in the book and this seems to be probably due to the anthropomorphic nature of Anderson’s latest work, French dispatch, It can cover several if not all of them. Cumberbatch is believed to be present as multiple characters throughout when there is no word on who the other actors are playing.
But what actor, isn’t it? Fiennes has previously worked with Anderson, starring in the director’s biggest hits, Grand Budapest HotelBut three other new additions. And everyone thinks they’ll fit right into the house in Anderson’s strange world we’ve seen that dynamic performance from each of them. Heck, even this year, Patel crushed Green Night, Kingsley rejoiced Shang-chi, And Cumberbatch changed the MCU Spider-Man: No Way Home. Oh, and Fiennes picked up a glass from James Bond No time to die. Not to mention the others Masterpieces and Oscars Winners they’ve all appeared throughout their careers.
Now just Bill Murray, Wayne Wilson, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, Frances McDormand, And the rest of Wes Anderson’s players are for the ride and you’ve got the most exciting Netflix original movie on this side. Knife out 2.
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