Guillermo del Toro's Stop-Motion "Pinocchio" Is One of a Kind

Netflix is reimagining the traditional story of Pinocchio for a forthcoming stop-motion musical directed by Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro. The streamer launched the complete trailer for the film on Nov. 9, a clip narrated by Ewan McGregor as Sebastian J. Cricket that reveals Pinocchio (Gregory Mann) as he offers with life as a puppet and never a “actual boy.”

Netflix launched the film’s first teaser on Jan. 24, which gave viewers their preliminary glimpse on the stop-motion animation. Netflix’s “Pinocchio” – which del Toro has been engaged on for over a decade – relies on the unique 1883 Italian story written by Carlo Collodi, which Disney revamped in 1940 with its personal animated film. In 2008, del Toro introduced his plans to develop a stop-motion animated film primarily based on Collodi’s model, however through the years, he struggled to seek out funding for it and was pressured to modify studios a number of occasions.

As Netflix put it, del Toro “reinvents Collodi’s traditional story of the picket marionette who’s magically delivered to life so as to mend the center of a grieving woodcarver named Geppetto.” The movie will chart Pinocchio on his journey to seek out the place he belongs, with many pitfalls alongside the way in which. Netflix additionally revealed that the movie is about in the course of the reign of Benito Mussolini in Italy and describes the tackle the story as “otherworldly.”

Read on for every little thing we learn about del Toro’s “Pinocchio” to this point, together with the forged and launch date, and to look at the teaser trailers.

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“Pinocchio” Teaser Trailer #1

“Pinocchio” Teaser Trailer #2

“Pinocchio” Release Date

del Toro’s “Pinocchio” premieres on Netflix on Dec. 9.

“Pinocchio” Cast

“Pinocchio”‘s voice forged consists of Ewan McGregor, Gregory Mann, David Bradley, Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton, Finn Wolfhard, Ron Perlman, Cate Blanchett, and John Turturro.

“Pinocchio” First-Look Photo

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“Pinocchio” First-Look Photo

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