Nicole Kidman Joins Ricardos' Co-Star For An Animated Musical

Nicole Kidman Joins Ricardos' Co-Star For An Animated Musical ...

Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem have reunited for this year''s episode of Being the Ricardos, which included Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball. It was a hit on Amazon Prime Video, and both were awarded the Oscar nomination. It''s a lot to be excited about the new feature. However, Apple is also considering that the film will feature a variety of actors. This includes Simon Pegg, who previously directed the first Shrek film, and Jordan Fisher.

Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem both enjoyed a special feature on Amazon Prime Video, which resulted in both receiving Oscar nominations for their roles. This new animated feature will be Spellbound, which will be available on AppleTV.

AppleTV has certainly gotten quite a lot of interest lately. Especially considering that Skydance Animation is a long-running Skydance studio, there is a lot to be excited about. Even more so, because rising star Rachel Zegler is taking on the lead role as Princess Ellian. This includes John Lithgow, Nathan Lane, Jenifer Lewis, and Andre De Shields, among other roles in this film. That''s why this is really a lot of star power.

Spellbound is directed by Vicky Jensen, who has worked on Disney sensations including Under the Sea, Be Our Guest, and A Whole New World.

Spellbound will include a ton of star power, including the casting of Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem, and bringing in such a talented musical and animated crew to direct the film. Then Luck will be released on AppleTV on August 5th. The film will also include Simon Pegg, Whoopi Goldberg, and Jane Fonda.

Nicole Kidman is just releasing a Best Actress nomination and is planning a tour to Spellbound. The script must be exceptional enough to form a sober young actress. In the midst of the November release date, we will be seeing a trailer for this new animated feature in the coming months. We cant wait to see how this new animated feature unfolds.

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