‘Paddington 3’ might not happen, says Ben Whishaw

The third installment was to be titled “Paddington in Peru” with franchise newcomer Dougal Wilson directing.

“Paddington 3” gets pawed.

Actor Ben Whishaw, who voices the whimsically adorable bear, has revealed that updates on the third film have been “quiet” in recent months. Production was slated to begin in the second quarter of 2022, as announced by Studiocanal at the Cannes Film Festival.

“I haven’t read this script and I don’t even know when we have to shoot it. I don’t know, Whishaw said Collision. “I thought it would happen by now, but I don’t know. He fell silent, as these things sometimes do. Maybe it just means they’re still working on it, or it’s not happening, or you just don’t know.

The third installment was titled “Paddington in Peru” with franchise newcomer Dougal Wilson directing.

“Having worked on the ‘Paddington’ films for 10 years, I’m absurdly protective of the little bear and I’m delighted that Dougal will be there to hold his paw as he embarks on his third big screen adventure.” , who directed the first two films, stated when the project was first announced. “Dougal’s work is never less than stunning: funny, beautiful, heartfelt, imaginative and utterly original. Aunt Lucy once asked us to “Please look after this bear”. I know Dougal will do wonderfully.

Whishaw in the role of Paddington most recently in II. He appeared in a short film featuring Queen Elizabeth for the late monarch’s jubilee.

“Her Majesty is well known for her sense of humour, so it is no surprise that she has chosen to take part in tonight’s sketch,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement. “There was an interest in the filming and animation process and the opportunity to invite a famous bear to tea was too much fun to pass up. Although The Queen may not be attending the concert in person, she really wanted people to understand how much it meant to her and that everyone watching had a great time.”

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