Tuesday, November 26, 2019

FIRST POSTER FOR ENCHANTING BIG SCREEN ADAPTATION OF THE SECRET GARDEN FAMOUS CHILDREN CLASSIC WITH COLIN FIRTH, JULIE WALTERS

  'THE SECRET GARDEN' POSTER
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Secret Garden opens its doors next April
Two months ago I showed you the first magical trailer and now Studiocanal has released the first poster for their enchanting big screen adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's THE SECRET GARDEN with Julie Walters and Colin Firth, which arrives next spring (April 15th and 16th Australia and New Zealand and 17th in UK with Russian opening April 30th). Little Dixie Egerickx plays Lennox, a prickly and unloved 10 year old girl, born in India to wealthy British parents who is sent back to England to live with her uncle, Archibald Craven on his remote country estate deep in the Yorkshire moors. There, she begins to uncover many family secrets, particularly after meeting her sickly
This is the third movie adaptation of the famous classic novel
cousin Colin, who has been shut away in a wing of the house. Together, the two damaged, slightly misfit children heal each other through their discovery of a wondrous secret garden, lost in the grounds of Misselthwaite Manor.

14 comments:

  1. The poster is enchanting! What a magnificent place, too bad it doesn't exist in real life. :)

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    1. Wish we all had gardens like that!

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    2. No, I don't like tropical gardens, too much heat! Give me rainy UK any day.

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  2. I love the poster. Positively enchanting, indeed! ♥

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    1. I do love everything that Studiocanal makes.

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  3. Looks like they've updated the time period for this story from Victorian times to World War II.

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  4. Colin Firth?
    Yes, please! And this looks totally cool. Changing the setting to WWII could make the desire to escape even more urgent.

    XOXO

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    1. Hope we get a new trailer and new posters soon!

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  5. Can't be easy adapting the book to a movie.

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    1. Especially when you have to cut half of it.

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  6. Ooh I cannot wait for this one. I LOVED that story! Still do!

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)