'Paddington 3' is currently being written, but Paul King will not direct the third adventure of the adorable Peruvian bear.
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Leicester Square was first home to a cinema in 1930, with the first premiere taking place there in 1937.
Could audiences see 'Paddington 2' villain Phoenix Buchanan return to wreak more havoc?
In spite of small screen success via multiple TV shows, Rupert is yet to make his big screen debut. Though some 35 years ago, a Beatle came close.
Plans for a new Willy Wonka movie are moving ahead, with news emerging that it will not be a remake (or a sequel), but a prequel.
After the trailer for Disney's Winnie the Pooh movie "Christopher Robin" dropped, people felt pressured to choose between Pooh and Paddington, his fellow big-screen bear. Where do you stand in this clash of the titans?
Following the critical acclaim of “Paddington 2,” Disney is in talks with director Paul King to helm its live-action “Pinocchio,” sources tell Variety. Andrew Miano and Chris Weitz are producing. Jack Thorne is rewriting the script. The original animated classic follows the age-old tale about a living puppet, who with the help of a cricket […]
A new Willy Wonka movie is in the offing, and according to Entertainment Weekly, Paul King, the director of the Paddington movies, is in the frame to direct.
An investigation into how children were shown a pornographic image during a screening of the movie Paddington at a school in Walsall is under way.
The internet likes to argue about movies, and the internet (possibly too often) likes to use Rotten Tomatoes as a way of putting a stamp on whether a movie is actually good or not. As a score compiler and review aggregator, Rotten Tomatoes is just an easy thing to point to when the “universal praise” statement needs to be backed up in those late-night, conjecture-filled discussions about The Last Jedi. Now Paddington 2 is joining a small group of movies that have over one hundred 100 percent positive reviews.
Everybody’s favourite marmalade-loving, duffle coat-wearing Londoner is back in cinemas, as ‘Paddington 2’ opens. No doubt about it, the late Michael Bond’s creation, voiced wonderfully by Ben Whishaw, is among the most endearing cinematic bears of all time.Of course, Paddington is far from the first bear to light up the big screen. Plenty more such furry friends have appeared in the movies before and since, many of the rivalling Paddington for cuteness, others a tad bit less cuddly and approachable.Here are our top ten big screen bears; and if we’ve missed out your favourites, feel free to let us know in the comments section below.‘Paddington 2’ is in cinemas now.Read More:Justice League early reactions mixedDenis Villeneuve rules out directing Bond 25Disney’s streaming service will be “substantially” cheaper than Netflix
The director of 'Paddington 2' thinks we could all benefit from being a bit more like Paddington Bear.
Studiocanal is developing a Paddington animated series, the company announced Monday in the run-up to this weekend’s MipJunior. It is part of the European production-distribution studio’s drive into family franchise entertainment based on European intellectual properties. Like the feature films that have preceded it, the toon series will be based on Michael Bond’s Paddington Bear […]
The beloved bear and his human family are back - and this time, Hugh Grant is on dastardly bad guy duties.
Author Michael Bond, who created Paddington bear, has died at the age of 91. The English author, who grew up in Berkshire, wrote 150 books in total, with an additional 25 books about Paddington, who then came to life in a well-loved television series. The official Paddington Twitter account posted a tribute to the late author, which was also retweeted by the official London Paddington Twitter page.
‘Paddington 2’ will be heading to screens sooner than we thought. According to Variety, the upcoming ‘Paddington’ sequel will begin filming later this year… but will Ben Whishaw and Hugh Bonneville return? “Paddington 2 will go into production in October in the U.K., Studiocanal confirmed Tuesday at Cannes,” they revealed.