Disney’s Artemis Fowl | Official Trailer

Disney’s Artemis Fowl | Official Trailer



Remember the name. It’s Fowl. #ArtemisFowl.

Disney’s “Artemis Fowl,” based on the beloved book by Eoin Colfer, is a fantastical, spellbinding adventure that follows the journey of 12-year-old genius Artemis Fowl, a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds, as he seeks to find his father who has mysteriously disappeared. With the help of his loyal protector Butler, Artemis sets out to find him, and in doing so uncovers an ancient, underground civilization—the amazingly advanced world of fairies. Deducing that his father’s disappearance is somehow connected to the secretive, reclusive fairy world, cunning Artemis concocts a dangerous plan—so dangerous that he ultimately finds himself in a perilous war of wits with the all-powerful fairies.

“Artemis Fowl” is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Ferdia Shaw, Lara McDonnell, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozie, Josh McGuire, Nikesh Patel, Adrian Scarborough and Miranda Raison, with Colin Farrell and Judi Dench. Kenneth Branagh, p.g.a. and Judy Hofflund, p.g.a. are producing with Angus More Gordon and Matthew Jenkins serving as executive producers. Conor McPherson and Hamish McColl wrote the screenplay.

Disney’s “Artemis Fowl” opens in U.S. theaters on May 29, 2020.

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37 Comments

  1. Best thing about this movie is that it puts onestone where he belongs, with the fairies.
    TLDR: Atomism was debunked centuries ago.
    Math-fizics isn't Physics. Physics is the study of physical things.
    Fairies, fotons, neither physically exist.
    Read steinmetz maxwell heaviside faraday tesla plato for genuine wisdom

  2. The problem with this movie is Disney. They are perhaps the shittiest film production mess to ever exist on this planet. Of course in their eternal quest to make money they had to completely change the entire story to a more linear nature with happy endings to fit a targeted audiance.

  3. Don’t watch this unless you love making fun of bad movies. Never read the books. Wife and I snuggled up thinking it would be some fun action adventure romp. It opens with a good ten minutes of narration directly to you about how Arty is THE most perfect human ever created and can’t have friends because how can a flawless god have friends. All this exposition goes on as a stuntmen surf, and jump around, and the actor poses in suits. Wife was on her phone, I fell asleep. I just remember her waking me up saying can you please put on anything else. So we went to Netflix and watched community, evening saved!

  4. I've watched the movie without having read the books before, but I had heard of them and knew the general idea and characters (it had been on my reading list for a long time, but somehow other books always got in between, lol). But even just having heard of the story n characters: watching the movie got me absolutely confused. So I decided to finally have a look at the first book and it took me literally just THE FIRST THREE CHAPTERS to think: WTF did they do in this movie?! After the first three chapters only I got a very different characterization of Artemis (him being pretty badass and Machiavellian, while the most badass thing this kid in the movie does is wearing sunglasses), I learned that Artemis' mother just is not dead and that Artemis' father and Artemis himself were pretty openly criminals, so why tf does he get so upset (and that also in this cry baby kind of way) about his father being accused of being criminal in the movie? And why is Butler black but they white wash Holly? I mean: He's described in the first chapter as Eurasian and she in the third chapter as having, quote "nut-brown skin"? If the idea was to be racially diverse, why not in a way that is accurate to the book?
    And I think like this and feel forced to write this long long comment after just having read THREE CHAPTERS, to repeat it once more. Must be some record for a bad book to movie adaption, lol 😀 😀

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