The next installment in the ‘Diaries of a Wimpy Kid’ series is set to feature the voice of the main character of the first film, David Bowie.
Diary writer and director, James Dolan, revealed that the film will feature the ‘Wimsly Kid’ voice of David Bowie, who will return as the voice behind the character in the sequel.
Dolan told RTE: “David Bowie will be coming back, and we’re going to bring the story of ‘Wimpy Kids’ back to life with the next installment.
He’s been part of this story for 30 years.
It’s about a time when you’re young and you’re thinking, ‘Well, I’m gonna make a lot of money.’
He’s played by David Bowie in this first installment.”
In the second film, the story is told by a group of children who travel to a magical town called The World’s End.
They come face-to-face with a magical girl named Daphne.
Daphne tells them about the history of the world and the people of the planet Earth.
It is told from the perspective of children from around the world, including from the UK.
“There’s a whole world of people there, and a whole place of stories,” said Dolan.
“It’s an opportunity to tell a story about this magical world that we’re all part of.”
And David Bowie’s voice is in it.
“The actor also revealed that he would be returning to voice the voice and voice actor for Daphna in the upcoming sequel, which is due to be released in 2019.”
I think it will be a big hit with audiences. “
The new version of the movie is going to be more like the first movie, but the original was really well received and had a very big impact.
I think it will be a big hit with audiences.
We’re going into production, and it’s a long process.”
In February, Dolan and David Bowie announced they were collaborating to create a sequel to ‘Dies Irae’.
The film is set in the same world as the first novel, and will be set in a world where children are all too familiar with a particular magical creature called ‘The Wimp’, known as the Wimp, which has the power to cause illness and death.
Dameron and Bowie are also working on a TV series based on the first book, and they will co-write it.
“I don’t think there’s any question that it’s going to feel very familiar to people, and there’s a huge amount of work to be done to get it right,” said Bowie.