Sunday, January 12, 2020

AMY ADAMS TO ADAPT FOREST FAIRY SAGA WILLA OF THE WOOD INTO TV SERIES! ROLAND EMMERICH TO PRODUCE THE MAGIC FLUTE MOVIE ADAPTATION

  'WILLA OF THE WOOD'
GETS TV SERIES ADAPTATION
The book is expected to get sequels
A new small screen adaptation for you today: Deadline reports that Amy Adam's Bond Group and eOne are to turn Robert Beatty’s fantasy thriller WILLA OF THE WOOD into a TV series. The book, which was released summer 2018 by Disney Hyperion is expected to get new sequels.
  The story of the YA novel is set in a dark, mysterious forest where its ancient inhabitants, known as the Faeran, don’t trust the destructive, tree-cutting humans. Willa, the clan’s best forager and thief, has been taught to avoid humans at all costs. As Willa’s adventures offer her insight about mankind, she becomes a bridge between two competing worlds, but soon encounters conflict from all sides.

  'THE MAGIC FLUTE' MOVIE
FROM ROLAND EMMERICH
Speaking of adaptations, Deadline also reports that Pixomondo, the VFX firm which created dragons in Game of Thrones, has joined Roland
The production starts at the end of the year
Emmerich produced feature film adaptation of Mozart’s THE MAGIC FLUTE directed by Florian Sigl! They will do special effects and character animation in the film set in today’s Europe: when 17-year old Tim Walker is sent from London to the Austrian Alps to start his singing scholarship at the legendary Mozart boarding school, he discovers a century old forgotten passageway into the fantastic world of THE MAGIC FLUTE. In the opera itself, the Queen of the Night persuades Prince Tamino to rescue her daughter Pamina from captivity under the high priest Sarastro; instead, he learns the high ideals of Sarastro's community and seeks to join it.

10 comments:

  1. Well this is a nice change from her latest film choice. I'm an Amy Adams fan and thoroughly enjoy most of her work. :)

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    1. I haven't seen her in anything for ages ever since she moved over to TV. The same goes for Nicole and Reese.

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    2. She was in that alien movie, but I haven’t watched it yet.

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  2. "The Magic Flute" is one of my favourite operas. I can see why CGI would benefit a film version.

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    1. Yes, operatic version usually has stunning costumes and masks.

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  3. The Magic Flute is a beautiful opera! And Willa of the Wood seems interesting, thanks for the tips :)

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  4. I haven't heard of Willa of the Wood book, but the story sounds cute.

    I bet the special effects in The Magic Flute will be enchanting!

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    1. Fingers crossed, it will be interesting seeing a German blockbuster.

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