Paddington 2 is happening

Paddington is one of the year’s nicest surprises. Adapted from Michael Bond’s books, the film is sweet, magical, and just all around pleasant. It was written and filmed by The Mighty Boosh director Paul King, so it’s really not that shocking how delightful the movie is. Audiences embraced Paddington earlier this year, and luckily for us, a Paddington 2 is happening.

Read more about the sequel after the jump.

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I had the distinct pleasure to take part in a round table discussion with Bunny & the Bull director Paul King and stars Edward Hogg and Simon Farnaby at this weekend’s cosplay-tastic MCM Expo, where they provided a brief welcome relief amongst the rampaging hordes of toons-made-flesh on a good time mission.

Farnaby has recently completed filming on David Gordon Green‘s Your Highness, in which he is playing one of a gang of “Elite Knights” who he says are the “baddies” of the picture. When the round table was wrapping up and the old “What’s next for you?” standby came out, he was forthcoming with some details of his scenes and on-set experience. Full quotage after the break.

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Drawing early comparisons to the films of Michel Gondry is Bunny and The Bull, the debut feature from writer/director Paul King, best known for his work on the BBC‘s wonderfully disoriented comedy series The Mighty Boosh. The movie co-stars the Boosh‘s Noel Felding and Julian Barratt, the latter of which can be seen in the below clip…as a bum who savors a creature’s teat. Peta is likely nonplussed, but it’s pretty funny, to Tom Green included.

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