|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 More than four months after it was announced for the first time, it's time to play, talk about the new movie by Joe Cornish, the co-writer of Edgar Wright and the director of Attack the Block. It's The Kid Who Would Be King, a children's Arthurian adventure for 20th Century Fox, which has a release date scheduled for September 28, 2018. And pre-production is already fully underway. Let's go with the synopsis: the film is an action and adventure film in which a group of kids embark on an epic adventure at the moment when one of them, Alex, meets the legendary sword Excalibur, and sees forced to measure forces with the fearsome Morgana Le Fay. The grupete is conceived as a sui generis version of the Knights of the Round Table, starting with "Lance" (Tom Taylor, seen in The Dark Tower) and continuing with the characters - still unidentified (Galahad, Kay, Gawain ... there are choose) - which will interpret Rhianna Dorris (The Secret Life of Boys) and Dean Chaumoo (the latter in his debut). The protagonist and discoverer of Excalibur will be played by Louis Serkis, son of Andy Serkis and seen in Taboo, with Tom Hardy.