Le Bon Gros Géant: Why did it take this movie 25 years to see the light of day?

For the broadcast of Le Bon Gros Géant on Sunday 25 July 2021 from 9:05 PM in France 2, Télé Star reveals to you why this feature film has been waiting for 25 years before it hits theaters.

The movie was shown in theaters in 2016 titled The good fat giantwear beforeرتدي Mark Rylance And Robbie BarnhillIt will be broadcast on Sunday, July 25, 2021 from 9:05 pm France 2. run out of Steven SpielbergThis feature film is actually a film adaptation of the book of the same name written by Roald Dahl in 1982. This work had already been adapted for the screen in the form of a cartoon, which saw the light of day in 1989. Soon, a new modification project was launched, this time on the big screen.

In fact, producers Frank Marshall And Kathleen Kennedy He began developing a film adaptation of Big fat giant From Roald Dahl In 1991 with Basic. The script book couple Robin Swift And Nicholas Kazan The first edit was written in 1998, while Robin Williams It was considered to play the title role. Unfortunately, CGI technology wasn’t developed enough at the time to make the project a reality. In 2001, White Laurie It proceeds to rewrite, with a positive opinion of the recipients of Roald Dahl.

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finally, Dreamworks SKG She announced that she had acquired the rights to the book in September 2011. Frank Marshall And Kathleen Kennedy They are still productive, while Melissa Mathison A new script must be written. In April 2014, Steven Spielberg Its investigation has been announced, with shooting envisaged in 2015, and a release planned for 2016. Today Chief Lucas FilmAnd Kathleen Kennedy explained that the existence of Robin Williams The adventure is about to end.

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“Robin spent a lot of time with us reading and he was fun. He would have been an amazing big giant.” revealed. In the end he is the actor Mark Rylance Which embodies the title role of this feature film that mixes animation and live footage. To the story, the film maker John Madden The movie was originally supposed to be directed, but he preferred to focus on it Indian Palace: Royal Suite. However, he took the position of executive producer on this feature film.

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