VIDEO: Netflix’s “The Little Prince” trailer is nothing short of spellbinding

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“Growing up is not the problem — forgetting is.”

As many of you know, the Cinderella story for the movie The Little Prince is kind-of a thing of beauty. The distribution of the film itself was halted indefinitely, even after the movie was completely finished. Lucky for all of us, Netflix saw the incredible potential of the this artful masterpiece and purchased the rights to distribute it to the masses.

Now we have a full trailer for the film, and I absolutely can’t wait to see this one in it’s entirety:

The Little Prince is directed by Mark Osborne and stars Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams, and Paul Rudd and it arrives on Netflix August 5th. So what did you guys think? Are you excited to see the latest adaptation of this classic tale? Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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    Already saw the trailer in the theater back when Paramount was still going to release it, and while the stop-motion half was “nothing short of spellbinding”, the audience found the “Poor Little Yuppie Girl” subplot…rather shorter. There IS a reason Paramount orphaned this at the last minute. Frankly, I’m surprised they did still put it in the trailer, thought the studio was just going to sell the stop-motion and hide the modern stuff from the ads.
    (And if you just want the story, the 1974 live-action-musical movie isn’t great, but at least it was the book, and not the condescending attempts to “update” it.)

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