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Character Breakdowns For Disney’s Live-Action ‘Sword In The Stone’ Remake

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Last year, we reported on the production of Disney’s live-action remake of Sword In The Stone, which will be released on Disney’s direct to consumer service Disney+. After the studio mysteriously delayed the project, it now seems to be slowly moving forward.

I exclusively reported at HN Entertainment, that the studio still has planned to film the fantasy epic in Belfast, Northern Ireland, with hopes to start production this summer.

We also revealed character breakdowns that should please fans of the classic animated film. Check out the breakdowns below.

We have also obtained some character breakdowns on the film.

Wart (LEAD MALE 12-15): Caucasian. An orphan named Arthur, also known as Wart. Bright, witty, and stubborn. Take part in a tournament where he is revealed as king.

Merlin (LEAD MALE 30-60): Open to any ethnicity. an old and eccentric wizard who aids and educates Arthur. 

Sir Ector (LEAD MALE 30-50): Open to any ethnicity. Arthur’s foster father. 

Madam Mim (LEAD FEMALE 30-60): Open to any ethnicity. a black magic proficient witch and Merlin’s nemesis. 

The film will be directed by 28 Days Later Helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, from a script by Bryan Cogman (Game of Thrones). Also joining the production team is Fresnadillo’s 28 Weeks Later cinematographer Enrique Chediak. Chediak worked on last years Transformers spin-off, Bumblebee, and the recently wrapped live-action remake of Lady And The Tramp, which is also headed to Disney+

Disney is also in development of a Merlin saga with Ridley Scott. Disney has not confirmed if the saga will tie into The Sword In The Stone.

Released in 1963, Disney’s animated adaptation of Sword In The Stone chronicles King Arthur’s humble beginnings. As an orphaned child, Arthur, who was then known as Wart, wants to help his foster brother, Kay, succeed in becoming a knight. While helping Kay train, Wart stumbles upon a cabin belonging to Merlin, a bumbling but talented wizard. Merlin does his best to convince the boy that he is bound for greatness, and when Wart and Kay travel to London to attend a jousting contest, they learn that Merlin was right.

Disney+ is set to debut this fall.

Source: HN Entertainment

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