Apple TV+: Exclusively Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell talk about what to expect from Spirited

This Friday, November 18, AppleTV+ Christmas will begin to throb thanks to a film led by figures such as Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell and Octavia Spencer. This is Spirited, a feature film that was written by Sean Anders and John Morris, and directed by Anders. With the comedy tone that productions that have Ferrell and Reynoldsthis production also adds a musical quota.

The official synopsis of Spirited assures: “Every Christmas Eve, the Ghost of Christmas Present (Will Ferrell) select a dark soul to be reformed by a visit from three spirits. But this season, she chose the scrooge wrong. Clint Briggs (Ryan Reynolds) turns its ghostly host around until Present you find yourself re-examining your own past, present and future. For the first time, Christmas story is told from the perspective of the ghosts in this fun musical twist on the classic dickens. Exclusively, the protagonists told us what their characters will be like.

+How will the characters of Spirited be

Will Ferrell

“I play the Ghost of Christmas Present. I was drawn to the role… Well, I was drawn to the role/introduction the writer-director gave me sean anders With john morristhe whole concept of rethinking Christmas story and what happened from the ghost’s perspective and whether or not what they do each year really matters. That, not only the role but the whole premise made me think that it was going to be a different challenge and a lot of fun, besides that it was a musical”.

ryan reynolds

“I play Clint Briggs in the movie… I was also caught by that. It’s really about why this ethereal group of law makers decides to stalk one person every year. It is very inefficient. I like the idea that they’re looking for someone who creates a ripple effect on society and the world, and what better than my character, who really enjoys divisiveness to create results and manipulate the results he wants. It is something we see every day on social networks, in Twitter, people are pitted against other people and that is how their interests advance. That’s pretty ugly if you ask me, so I like that we talk about it.”

Octavia Spencer

“I play kimberleywho is the executive assistant of Clint. What attracted me to the project is that I am a huge fan of Sean Anders and John Morris. Sean basically pitched me the idea and… dickens He is a genius and his vision of the story was even more brilliant and I think socially very relevant. I also loved the moment in life that he was going through kimberley. There is a point in life where we reflect on our choices and who we are as humans and what we need to change to create that ripple effect. I was excited to explore those themes, but there was also the challenge of singing and dancing. I accepted that, perhaps too quickly at first, and then reality hit me. But it was a challenge and it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done and I’m grateful to have had the chance to work with them.”

Sunita Mani

“I play the Ghost of Christmas Past and as my ghost friend said, the world of the movie and the story told from the ghost’s perspective is very clever and a very funny reversal. I was moved by the script and the music gives it an incredible touch, with many layers. I wouldn’t have imagined having this role, I can’t believe I got the chance to audition, it was an interesting process along the way. Me? It could have been anyone. It’s an amazing movie to be a part of, with this incredible cast. I’m gratefull. Working with the director we found this amazing character. She’s very direct, I love how unexpected she is, and the confidence that she has is so funny, and her wit is very critical, the idea of ​​playing a character from the past is…she’s a modern girl. It’s fun”.

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