|Directed by||:||Joe Cornish||Produced byNira Park, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner||:||Based on||:||Joe Cornish||Starring||:||Rebecca Ferguson, Tom Taylor, Patrick Stewart||Production company||:||Big Talk Productions,Working Title Films.||Country||:||United States|
The Kid Who Would Be King is a 2019 Big Talk Productions,Working Title Films 20th Century Fox has just released the first trailer for the fantasy comedy 'The Kid Who Would Be King', the second film by director Joe Cornish. It has been a long time since that promising first feature written and directed by a talent sponsored by Edgar Wright entitled Attack the Block, a charming and very scary youthful adventure that faced a handful of kids with a threat from outer space. This new story about harried children learning to defend themselves with the help of a bit of fantasy picks up the Cornish style and promises to change science fiction by the Arthurian legend over the suburbs. Come on, everything looks great in this approach to the legend of Arthur that points to the younger writes and directs Cornish, Wright's collaborator in the scripts of 'Ant Man' or 'The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn'. The young protagonist will join forces with his friends (and enemies) in a band of knights who, leaning on the legendary wizard Merlin, will face the evil sorceress Morgana. "The Kid Who Would Be King" is starring Louis Ashbourne Serkis as the protagonist Alex and also has Rebecca Ferguson as Morgana and none other than Patrick Stewart as Merlin. The trailer promises a lot of fun after launching a too generic poster, and it looks like an original idea far removed from that fumeta style that tends to have this kind of sword and witchcraft comedy lately.