Disney’s Artemis Fowl – Teaser Trailer

Disney’s Artemis Fowl – Teaser Trailer

Disney’s ARTEMIS FOWL releases in U.S. theaters on August 9, 2019!

Directed by Kenneth Branagh and based on the beloved book by Eoin Colfer, ARTEMIS FOWL follows 12-year-old genius Artemis Fowl, a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds, as he finds himself in a battle of strength and cunning against a powerful, hidden race of fairies who may be behind his father’s disappearance.

The film stars Ferdia Shaw, Lara McDonnell, Tamara Smart, Nonzo Anozie, with Josh Gad, and Judi Dench. Judy Hofflund and Kenneth Branagh are producing with Angus More Gordon and Matthew Jenkins serving as executive producers. The screenplay is by Conor McPherson.

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58 Responses

  1. Hitmonkey says:

    Artemis Fowl could/should have been Disney’s Harry Potter. Instead I’m getting major Percy Jackson vibes and not in a good way. What a shame.

  2. Startist Official says:

    Dear Disney,
    I love you but
    *calm down on the movies for 2019 it’s overwhelming*

  3. Thanos The Mad Titan says:

    I grew up with these books!

  4. Arnaud Brz says:

    That seems pretty interesting ! 🙂
    But it also reminds me of Wrinkle in Time & Tomorrowland… I hope it will be better and hope it won’t flop :/

  5. CDHfilms says:

    “From the idiots behind a Wrinkle in time”…

  6. Lesnooch says:

    Why is the Slavic character suddenly black?

  7. Doge McDogeface says:

    Graphics and animation looks hella cool, but once I saw the boy, I cringed.

  8. Cheeki Breeki says:

    Thom Yorke, is that you?!

  9. pr0torano says:

    I really do have hope for this movie, there are a few things that bug me, though:

    The actor, who plays Holly is 15 years old. I don’t see her portraying a strong police-woman yet.

    Artemis seems a little too much like an actual kid. Remember, he’s supposed to be more adult than
    most adults and also more of thinker than an adventurer.

    Black butler and female Captain Root is fine with me and I think the actors can do a great job. I don’t
    like the general trend of changing source material for cultural diversity, though. In my opinion, it can
    distract from the story, like it would have with black Ciri in the new Witcher series.

    Still, I’m going open minded into this one. I wanted a movie about Artemis for years, and I think disney can
    really establish a good franchise here!

    • Josh Spicer says:

      +Thomas Cat (points) Yeah okay fair enough. There isn’t any inherent plot point related to his race right?

    • william crisp says:

      +Josh Spicer Other than the fact that he uses his Eurasian features to passably create a false identity as a chines army officer in book 4, no

    • Thomas Cat says:

      +Josh Spicer I don’t think so, but i hope they stay true to the character from the book and don’t make him goofy or stupid

    • pr0torano says:

      I think what big studios are not quiet getting yet, is that casting should be based on emersion and nailing
      certain character traits. The best actor for a role is the one who embodies the character of the book. In Roots case,
      that would be being impulsive, disciplined, father like for Holly and maybe even addicted to fungus-cigars. It’s not
      impossible for a woman to be that, especially not for Judy Dench, but it certainly is very hard.

      The other option is to change the character. E.g. making Root more like M. from the Bond-movies and making her
      a rather cold mother figure. I’m not a fan of that. If that’s what you want as a screenwriter, then be original and don’t
      base it on source material.

      As with all movies though, if it’s well executed, everything can work. I’m still excited for 2019.

    • Wabajak13 says:

      They probably want to set up the love interest between Artemis and Holly without it being creepy or something. Even though they had no problem with George Clooney being in love with a 12 year old girl in TomorrowLand. Obviously they aren’t planning any sequels because it wouldn’t make sense for her to age when she’s supposed to be what, 90 years old?

  10. gustavo espinosa says:

    I hope they learned from movies like Harry Potter and Enders Game. One was a massive success and the other a massive failure. Why? One stuck to the books(for the most part) and the other completely butchered the storyline.

  11. Avantika S says:

    I hope they don’t make Artemis into a stereotypical young adult fiction hero! He starts off as a villain —> anti-hero —> hero!
    I want to see the full character development like in the books!

  12. Wild Alebrije Coco says:

    I don’t know what to expect after this year’s flops (A wrinkle in time, The Nutcracker) sometimes the trailer may be so misleading, so i don’t know

  13. Cine_Matic says:

    can’t be any worse than A Wrinkle In Time.

  14. Yoon YeoMyung says:

    This looks good and bad at the same time

  15. Leonardo Ace says:

    I thought Golum was narrating..

  16. ks kumar says:

    Disney’s Artemis Fowl releases in August, teaser is out. Avengers 4 releases in may and no teaser yet. Sad life

    • lsg404 says:

      Virtually impossible to tease that movie without major spoilers. Most of the cast will be resurrected and we don’t know how yet, so featuring any one of them would be confusing. I hope they get creative with the trailers. (Personally i dont watch any trailers of movies I 100% will be watching, anyway)

  17. From The Westside With Love says:

    *Top 5 Book Series that got me into reading when I was younger (no particular order).*

    1) A Series of Unfortunate Events
    2) Harry Potter
    3) Alex Rider
    4) Artemis Fowl
    5) Magic Tree House

  18. Artemis Fowl says:

    Well Mr. Disney, you had your chance. My bodyguard will contact with you soon.

  19. J says:

    Looks mildly interesting at the same time, I feel, has flop written all over it.

  20. Patrick Chuka says:

    Disney wants us broke come 2020

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