Warwick Davis returns to sorcerer mode for the Disney + series Willowwho threw another promo trailer this week.
Resuming the character of Willow Ufgood for the first time in 34 years, we see him warning his comrades (including Ruby Cruz’s Princess Kit, Tony Revolori’s Graydon and Erin Kellyman’s apprentice knight Jade) of an imminent threat to their fantastical lands.
“We are the best hope in the world against the evil that comes to destroy us all!” he says, staff in hand.
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Soon after, the humor of the series seeps in when Scorpia (Adwoa Aboah) plunges a knife right under the private parts of Boorman (Amar Chadha-Patel) who is tied up.
“Ha…great shot!” he points out, before she claims to have been “aiming a little higher”.
They are also cast but not seen in the trailer. the green knightIt’s Ralph Inson true romanceby Christian Slater and RecklessIt’s Joanne Whalley.
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Meanwhile, when the Willow The series was being seriously discussed for the first time, Davis himself recalling shooting the original film at the tender age of 17 and its mental toll on him.
“The only reason I got over it before, for me, was because of Ron Howard, the director, and Val Kilmer. [who played Madmartigan]”said the actor. “Because between the two of them, they didn’t let me feel the pressure of this.
“Today, to lead and be the main character in a movie, I would feel the pressure of that. But at 17 I was like, ‘Well, this is pretty fun.'”
It later went on to appear on the likes of Star Wars Y Harry Potter.
Willow following releases Wednesday (November 30) on Disney+.