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258 thegraymaker Alan Tudyk for Foaly please
117 Matt-SW They've also set a (what I imagine is tentative at this point) release date of the 9th August 2019. As someone who has been a die-hard fan of the series since the first book was released over 15 years ago... I feel 11 years old again with this announcement.
98 thehoundloveschicken Tom Felton would have been a good Artemis
57 GarbageDay23 It'll be interesting to see who they cast as Butler.
79 Cynicbats First Captain Underpants, now Artemis Fowl. I just need a proper Redwall (not TV show) and Vampire's Assistant movie and we're good.
31 Khalku >At first glance, Artemis could be mistaken for a rather ordinary child with little athletic ability, but his eyes reveal a flickering of intelligence. Inquisitive and possessing both academic and emotional intelligence, he is highly perceptive and good at reading people. **Most importantly, Artemis is warm-hearted and has a great sense of humour, he has fun in whatever situation he is in and loves life.** Bolded part doesn't really happen till much later in the series. In the first novel he's anything but (though he shows a sliver of humanity towards the end).
27 Birdinhandandbush They already had casting for Artemis in Cork months ago. My son attended and was told there was casting in Galway a week or two later. Its odd that they are holding a second round of open casting for the same role, not other characters in the film. Maybe they didn't see what they wanted.
16 Gemuese11 i have a feeling its about 12 years to late.
8 thegimboid Took them long enough. Disney has had the rights for years.
7 FiveHundredMilesHigh Do kids still read these books? I'm not in touch with middle schoolers' reading habits but I'm surprised these books would still be popular enough to warrant a movie, as much as I enjoyed them when I was a kid.
5 ImWritingAStory I think I remember reading that they're going to adapt the first 2 books into one movie which... Sounds terribly bloated. My hopes aren't high for this film as much as I love the books