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Luke Evans will voice Scrooge in a new animated version of A Christmas Carol that will be available on Netflix.
For the holiday season this year, Netflix is releasing a brand-new adaptation of the well-known Charles Dickens tale. The animated film Scrooge: A Christmas Carol, which is based on the well-known story that has served as the basis for countless other movies throughout the years, will be made available on the streaming service on December 2.
You can view the brand-new trailer for this Netflix adaptation, which stars Luke Evans (Pinocchio) as Ebeneezer Scrooge, below to get a sneak glance at it.
Stephen Donnelly is the director of the animated holiday film. Along with Leslie Bricusse, Andrew Pearce, and Rebecca Kamp, Ralph Kamp co-produced the film.
Luke Evans (as Scrooge), Olivia Colman (as the Past), Jessie Buckley (as Isabel Fezziwig), Johnny Flynn (as Bob Cratchit), Fra Fee (as Harry Huffam), Giles Terera (as Tom Jenkins), Trevor Dion Nicholas (as the Present), James Cosmo (as Mr. Fezziwig), and Jonathan Pryce all lend their voices to the movie (Jacob Marley).
SCROOGE: A CHRISTMAS CAROL’S OFFICIAL SUMMARY READS AS FOLLOWS:
In this magical, time-traveling, musical rendition of the classic Christmas tale, produced by Timeless Films in collaboration with Axis Studios and directed by Stephen Donnelly, Charles Dickens’ timeless legend is revived.
Scrooge has just one more Christmas Eve to confront his past and create a brighter future, at the risk of his whole soul. Scrooge: A Christmas Carol is a musical for a new generation to sing, featuring songs from the iconic and two-time Academy Award winner Leslie Bricusse OBE.
SCROOGE: A CHRISTMAS CAROL’S CAST AND CREATORS INCLUDE:
- As Scrooge, Luke Evans
- Past actress Olivia Colman
- Isabel played by Jessie Buckley
- Bob Crotchet, played by Johnny Flynn
- As Harry Huffman, Fra Fee
- Tom Jenkins is Giles Terera.
SCROOGE: A CHRISTMAS CAROL WILL SEEM FAMILIAR BUT DIFFERENT
Retelling a story that has been featured in so many various productions throughout the years would provide a huge problem for any director at this point.
Director Stephen Donnelly of Scrooge: A Christmas Carol has guaranteed that there would be more than enough shocks to keep viewers interested, even if some sections seem a little cliche.
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol may wind up becoming a new holiday classic that is regularly viewed every holiday season for years to come because Donnelly is happy with the outcome and thinks that viewers will be, too.
Old and avaricious, Scrooge is depicted as abhorring Christmas. When he encounters the ghosts of Christmases past, present, and future, his life is forever altered.
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On November 18, the movie will be shown in a few theatres, and on Netflix starting on December 2.
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