Now that Paddington the movie is finally hiting U.S.
It’s OK to admit you were worried about who would play the voice of Paddington, in the movie Paddington, since Colin Firth reluctantly walked away, sadly noting that “it’s been bittersweet to see this delightful creature …
When the first teaser trailer for the forthcoming Paddington movie came out, and we got a first glimpse of the bear and the hat and the duffle coat, it seemed perfectly reasonable not to have heard him speak.
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.
As we have possibly mentioned before, the British children’s classic Paddington Bear is being made into a movie, with the lead role—a very English sort of Peruvian immigrant with a knack for causing trouble—being voiced by …
Last year it was Doctor Who, this year the Royal Mail has chosen to honor twelve classic British stars of children’s TV on a set of stamps.
It’s hard to be sure that this news, which is impossibly exciting for British people of a certain age and mental attitude, will have quite the same resonance all the way over there, but here goes, from the beginning:
Paddington Bear has been voted the best British animated character of all time, at the 9th British Animation Awards, which took place in London this week.