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I don’t know where anyone gets off saying Friday 13 is unlucky, cos there’s been a bumper crop of movie news today that should keep anyone counting their lucky stars for a month at least.
So, having dispensed with Tom Hiddleston and Tom Hardy, here’s the trailer to the Paddington movie, the one we’ve all been anxiously awaiting because it shows what the computer generated Paddington Bear will actually look like.
As it turns out, he looks like this:
But we still don’t get to hear him speak, which, given that his voice is Colin Firth’s voice, is a fan-tease of fairly epic proportions.
We do at least get to see Hugh Bonneville and the rest of the Brown family (including Sally Hawkins), but no Nicole Kidman, no Julie Walters and no Jim Broadbent. Yet.
Here’s the previous teaser trailer:
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Fraser has been writing and broadcasting about music and popular culture for over 15 years, first at the Top of the Pops website, and most recently for the NME, Guardian and MSN. He also wrote BBC Radio 1's Chart Blog and reviews albums for BBC Radio 2.
He is Anglophenia's current resident Brit, blogging about British slang and running around the Mall taking snaps of the crowd at the Royal Wedding, as well as reigniting a childhood passion for classic Doctor Who and cramming as much music in as he can manage.
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