This May we learned that Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry would be reuniting for the first time in… oh, just two years. Seems that I missed their Fry and Laurie Reunited show because it was on the UK’s niche channel, Gold. And by niche, I mean nobody watches it.
Well, glad to have them back together again. The project has been revealed to be an animated feature, adapting Oscar Wilde‘s The Canterville Ghost. Seems like good casting.
A new press released reveals that Kim Burdon will be directing the film, but much more excitingly, that Ennio Morricone will be writing the score. A step up from his recent gig providing ringtones, to say the least.
The Canterville Ghost is on schedule for release at Christmas 2014. I think it could be a long time before we see anything else from the film, let alone get a listen to the score.
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- Footage From Studio Ghibli’s New Feature, When Marnie Was There - July 1, 2014
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