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Disney's Artemis Fowl movie: Release date, plot, trailer, cast, director, rumors

by Pat McCary (2020-03-04)

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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> The Artemis Fowl books are getting a movie. Disney Disney is finally making an Artemis Fowl movie based on the beloved children's book series, almost 20 years after its original publish date. The story's got everything from centaurs to criminal masterminds, and Dame Judi Dench is in the cast. Buckle up for a twisted fairy tale. The plot: What's it all about? Haven City, capital of the underground fairy world.

6 months agoDisney Artemis Fowl is a 12-year-old genius who lives in a mansion in Ireland with his bodyguard. Before the story begins, his crime lord father has gone missing along with the Fowl family's millions, kumpulan situs judi bola and his mother has become detached from reality as a result. For some time, Artemis has been tracking down the existence of the underground fairy world, getting his hands on a copy of its Book of the People through an alcoholic sprite in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

He translates the gnommish runes and uses the information to kidnap Lower Elements Police (LEP) elite officer and fairy Holly Short, holding her to ransom in his family's manor. Fowl Manor in Ireland. Disney The hostage situation sees Artemis match wits -- and his bodyguard, Butler, match physical strength -- with a bunch of other characters from the fairy world, including LEPrecon Commander Julius Root, tech genius centaur Foaly and criminal kleptomaniac dwarf Mulch Diggums.

The first of the eight-book Artemis Fowl series, written by Irish author Eoin Colfer, was released almost two decades ago, in 2001 (and boy does that make me feel old). Kenneth Branagh, the film's director, said it's taken a while because translating Colfer's book to screen was "challenging." "It's taken quite some time to find the balance between humor and emotion and magic and the contemporary world," Branagh told ET kumpulan situs QQ online terpercaya in November. "You're talking about the many kinds of fairies, elves, sprits, trolls [and] goblins that live under the Earth and at the same time, you're looking to have a very sort of contemporary feeling modern world that embraces technology." Release date: When can I see it? Originally slated to release Aug.

9, the movie was pushed back to May 29, 2020. Fear not. The LEP are in hot pursuit of Mulch Diggums. They should have him in custody and the film released in May 2020, once the relevant paperwork has been filled out of course... #ArtemisFowl — Eoin Colfer (@EoinColfer) August 9, 2019 Branagh said he's also trying to keep the movie to a 90-minute runtime, because he wants the film, like the books, to be "very rapid, very punchy and pacy." The trailer: What's it going to look like? The first Artemis Fowl teaser trailer was released on Nov.

27 and shows glimpses of Fowl Manor in Ireland, Haven City underground and the fight between Butler and the fairies, as well as the familiar written gnommish. "Our world has never been in more danger," Dench narrates. "Human greed is what drove us underground all those years ago -- to escape from your rapacious appetite.

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