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The movie was adapted for the screen by playwright Conor Mc Pherson from Eoin Colfer's best-selling book series, which follows the intelligent Artemis as he attempts to uncover a hidden race of fairies who may be behind his father’s disappearance.Disney on Wednesday also announced that Josh Gad, who starred in the studio's live-action has been fast-tracked by the studio following a dating announcement in September and the October termination of Harvey Weinstein as a producer, after the revelation of his extensive history of sexual assault and harassment.The actress turned 83 on Saturday (December 9) and had a Colin the Caterpillar cake from Marks & Spencer to celebrate.Dame Judi can be seen sitting at a kitchen table and holding the classic birthday cake in the photo, all while wearing her dressing gown. They're just like us, really."It's nice to know that even Judi Dench is given that office birthday stalwart Colin," said one fan."If a Colin cake is good enough for Judi, it's good enough for us all," added another.cast, including Tom, were trying to get details out of me – but I was well behaved and told them nothing."Dame Judi Dench was another one, which was surreal.spoilers she was after, but Dame Judi Dench has got something we're equally envious of.
We walked all the way from her dressing room to the wings, about to go on in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale.Kenneth and Judi star in the blockbuster adaptation of Agatha Christie's Murder on The Orient Express.Kenneth directs and also plays the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, while Judi takes on the role of the imperious Princess Dragomiroff.Dame Judi's daughter posted a picture on Twitter of the beaming Hollywood star with the cheap and cheerful chocolate cake, which has become almost as iconic a symbol of British culture as the veteran actress herself.And her fans went wild over the photo, remarking that it may be 'the most British thing ever'.
Hilarious: The British-born actor told AAP: 'We walked all the way from her dressing room to the wings, about to go on in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale.