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Taika Waititi has persuaded some of this celebrity friends to take part in a special online reading of Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach.
It was rumoured at the start of the year, but now it’s official.
Taika Waititi is directing a new Star Wars films.
Following on from last week’s post of some suggestions of film and TV shows to watch while you’re stuck at home, I thought I’d recommend some films that you might never have seen before and are free to watch on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
As always, these are my choices, so you’re not likely yo see many horror films here, but there may be a few that will pique your interest,
Jude Law is going to star in a new horror comedy series from Jojo Rabbit writer/director Taika Waititi.
As always the biggest names in Hollywood will be hitting the red carpet at the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday 9th February.
According to reports, Taiki Waititi is in the early stages of talks about directing a new Star Wars film.
I’m not sure it’s possible to say the best film of the year is released in cinemas on January 1st, but Jojo Rabbit is going to feature on many Best of 2020 lists.
The new film from writer/director Taika Waititi is almost perfect in every way: incredibly funny, touching, heartbreaking and really well acted.
It’s a busy first Saturday of the BFI London Film Festival with Taika Waititi, Eddie Izzard, Adam Driver and Carice van Houten among the celebs expected.