As previously discussed, the latest film in the Disney live-action adventures comes care of the movie “Artemis Fowl” which is a bit of a spy thriller that is based on a series of Young Reader novels. This film was supposed to make its debut in the theaters but thanks to the Coronavirus Pandemic instead will be available today and going forward on their popular Disney+ Streaming Service. We’ve touched upon the film already with the Official Trailer and the Special Look clips that you can see by clicking the highlighted text at your leisure. Now it’s time to look at the poster, the premise and the casting on this Kenneth Branagh directed film
Artemis Fowl is a 12-year-old genius and a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds. He searches for his father, who has mysteriously disappeared, and comes into conflict with the hidden world of the fairies.
Ferdia Shaw as Artemis Fowl II
Lara McDonnell as Holly Short
Josh Gad as Mulch Diggums.
Tamara Smart as Juliet Butler
Nonso Anozie as Domovoi Butler
Colin Farrell as Artemis Fowl I
Judi Dench as Commander Julius Root
Hong Chau as a fairy.
Miranda Raison as Angeline Fowl
Nikesh Patel as Foaly
Joshua McGuire as Briar Cudgeon
Chi-Lin Nim as Trouble Kelp
Jean-Paul Ly as Nguyen
Matt Jessup as Budd
Michael Abubakar as Burr
Simone Kirby as Mrs. Byrne
Sally Messham as Sky Willow
Bernardo Santos as a Groomsman
Adrian Scarborough as the Goblin Chief
Vincenzo Nicoli as the Goblin Sergeant
Conor MacNeill as the Goblin Lieutenant
Laurence Kinlan as Beachwood Short, Holly’s father and a former member of the LEP.
Fabio Cicala as Busker Elf
Molly Harris as Chrys
Piercing Ken Thoughts: In the Special Look clip I mentioned that I was not sure when I would end up seeing this based on my no longer being a subscriber to Disney+. Maybe when the second season of “The Mandalorian” rolls around I will look into it again but who knows. The film did look like a lot of fun and with so many novels to choose from in the characters history, this could very well spark some reading in your household. What do you folks with the wee ones While this film looks like fun, I don’t currently subscribe to the Disney+ service. I gave it a whirl to watch “The Mandalorian” which ran its course for the time being and since I own almost all of the Disney films I need on DVD along with all the Marvel and Star Wars stuff I don’t currently need it. What did you think about the “Special Look”? Will you be looking to subscribe to this service and help keep your family occupied during this crazy time ? Chime in down below in the comments section and I will see you next time around. Stay safe out there.