Paddington 2014 info:-
Paddington 2014, From the beloved novels by Michael Bond and producer David Heyman (HARRY POTTER), PADDINGTON tells the story of the comic misadventures of a young Peruvian bear who travels to the city in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone, he begins to realize that city.
life is not all he had imagined – until he meets the kindly Brown family who read the label around his neck that says “Please look after this bear. Thank you,” and offer him a temporary haven. It looks as though his luck has changed until this rarest of bears catches the eye of a museum taxidermist.
Paddington, a live-action/CGI-animated take on the tales of the beloved stuffed bear, pulls off a pretty tricky balancing act. It manages to be both old-fashioned and high-tech. It remains faithful to the character’s roots while also placing him firmly within a contemporary setting. It’s charmingly funny and shamelessly punny.
But amid the wordplay and the antics and the international adventures, “Paddington” also functions as a rather stealthy allegory about immigration. Which, obviously.
Paddington 2014 is what you want in a kid’s movie. Actually, writer-director Paul King approaches this fraught topic in a way that won’t seem too heavy-handed for adults, yet might even register with the kids in the audience.
Paddington 2014 Plot:-
In the deep jungles of Darkest Peru, a British geographer happens upon a previously unknown species of bear. He is about to shoot it to take back a specimen to the United Kingdom when a second bear playfully takes his gun away and saves his life by removing a deadly scorpion from his jacket.
He learns that this family of bears is intelligent and can learn English and that they have a deep appetite for marmalade, naming them Lucy and Pastuzo. As he departs, Paddington 2014 he throws his hat to Pastuzo and tells the bears that they are always welcome should they wish to go to London.
About 40 years later, the two bears are living in harmony with their orphaned nephew, until a sudden earthquake destroys their home, forcing them to seek shelter underground. After saving Aunt Lucy from being trapped by a falling tree, Uncle Pastuzo is distracted and heartbroken at the loss of his home. As a result.
he is unable to reach the shelter in time and dies from the quake. The next morning, Uncle Pastuzo’s hat is found by his nephew. Aunt Lucy encourages her nephew to go and find solace in London, and stows him away on a cargo ship, after which she says she will move into the Home for Retired Bears.
The young bear reaches London’s Paddington Station, where he meets the Brown family, who take him home temporarily and name him after the station. Henry Brown, the father, and a devoted risk analyst does not believe a word of why he’s here and is adamant that Paddington.
stay only one night while they find a place for him to live permanently, Paddington 2014 but his wife Mary – a story illustrator – and their two children find him endearing, as does family relative and housekeeper Mrs. Bird. Please See More Information…………..
Paddington 2014 Cast:-
- Ben Whishaw as Paddington Bear
- Hugh Bonneville as Henry Brown
- Sally Hawkins as Mary Brown
- Madeleine Harris as Judy Brown
- Samuel Joslin as Jonathan Brown
- Julie Walters as Mrs. Bird
- Nicole Kidman as Millicent Clyde
- Lottie Steer as Young Millicent
- Jim Broadbent as Samuel Gruber
- Peter Capaldi as Mr. Curry
- Imelda Staunton as Aunt Lucy
- Michael Gambon as Uncle Pastuzo
- Tim Downie as Montgomery Clyde
- Simon Farnaby as Barry
- Matt Lucas as Joe
- Matt King as Andre the Thief
Paddington 2014 Production:-
The film was first announced in September 2007, with David Heyman producing and Hamish McColl writing the screenplay. Further developments were not made until September 2013, when filming began and Heyman announced the casting of Colin Firth as Paddington.
With a budget of €38.5 million ($50–55 million), Paddington is the most expensive film produced by the French production company StudioCanal. Principal photography and production began on 13 September 2013.
In June 2014, after principal photography had wrapped, Firth voluntarily dropped out of the film, after the studio decided his voice was not suitable for Paddington.
The role was recast the following month, with Ben Whishaw signing on to voice the title role. Paddington was created using a combination of computer-generated imagery (by the British company Framestore) and animatronics.