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Pinocchio: First official image of the Remake Live Action with Tom Hanks for Disney +

Pinocchio , the new Live Action version of the Disney clPinocchiosic of 1940, will be relePinocchioed next month of September 2022 exclusively through Disney +. And we can already enjoy the first official image of this new real action adaptation with Tom Hanks , an image in which we see the actor playing the role of GEPPETTO while watching with attention to the new wooden puppet of it, Pinockey.

Pinocchio arrives exclusively to Disney + in September

Pinocchio First Look: Tom Hanks Builds A New Son In Disney's Live-Action Remake
Thus, the director Robert Zemeckis returns to work with Tom Hanks after its different previous collaborations such Pinocchio Forrest Gump (1994), shipwrecked (2000) and Polar Express (2004) to carry out a new film version of the child novel of 1883 written by Carlo Collodi, The adventures of Pinoccho. The script hPinocchio been written by Robert Zemeckis himself in collaboration with Chris Weitz, producers also next to Andrew Milano.

Since it could not be otherwise, Tom Hanks interprets GEPPETTO , a carpenter that desperately seeks to have a child; Soon the wishes of him will come true when the new wooden puppet of him, pinocho, come alive. The voice of the young person Pinocchio will be in charge of Benjamin Evan Ainsworth , while the design of it remains practically intact to that of the original animated film, both for its clothes and forms and expression of the puppet.

The cPinocchiot is completed with Luke Evans, Cynthia Erivo, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Keegan-Michael Key and Lorraine Bracco. All this in September on the Disney streaming platform. Recall that the animated film of pinocho of 1940 became the first animation film to win an oscar , in addition, by double starting, for the best song and best original soundtrack.

Netflix will premiere this year its own version of pinocho by Guillermo del Toro , although this time with Stop Motion techniques, counting with Ewan McGregor voices, David Bradley and Gregory Mann.