Future Films Heads Up: Disney’s Cruella out on 28 May 2021

Feb 17 2021

I am so excited about the forthcoming release of Disney’s Cruella planned for  28 May 2021. Fingers crossed this will go ahead. The trailer looks so good and Emma Stone in the punk role version of Cruella de Vil, the super villain in classic 101 Dalmatiansseems perfect. 

Emma Stone’s big puppy eyes combined with the cruel grim dictated by the character as well as the Seventies fashion in London is a charming mix. 

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Picture Book of the week: Rabunzel – Fairy Tales for the Fearless

Feb 17 2021
London Mums’ book of the week is Rabunzel, a funny twist on classic fairy tale Rapunzel. It’s the first title in a brand new exciting picture book series called Fairy Tales for the Fearless by Gareth P. Jones. 
 
The reinvented story follows a rabbit named Rabunzel whose mother tries to keep her safe from the dangerous hungry eyed creatures by keeping her locked up in an immensely high tree. Rabunzel becomes a superhero of the animal world. 

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Who are the most romantic literary lovers of all time?

Feb 14 2021

You don’t need to be a book worm or a fan of romantic literature to know some of the most famous literary lovers of all time. My personal favourites are Francesca and Robert from The Bridges of Madison County that is a wonderful book by Robert James Waller beautifully adapted to the big screen by Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep. I also love the couple from The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks (also a movie starring Ryan Gosling). Unsurprisingly, although the story may be a tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, who were created in the 16th century by William Shakespeare still embody the passion and true love we all wish to experience in our lifetimes. It was also great to see some more contemporary book lovers make the final list, such as life-long lovers Jack and Ennis from Brokeback Mountain as well as Anastasia and Christian from Fifty Shades of Grey.

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