According to Deadline, Noah has been cast as the voice of Peter in an upcoming animated movie ‘The Magician’s Elephant’ for Netflix.
Based on two-time Newbery Award-winner Kate DiCamillo’s novel of the same name, the film marks the directorial debut of veteran visual effects artist Wendy Rogers (Shrek) and is produced by animation vet Julia Pistor (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie).
The film will follow Peter, who is searching for his long-lost sister, as he crosses paths with a fortune teller in the market square. His one one question is: is his sister still alive? The answer, that he must find a mysterious elephant and the magician who will conjure it, sets Peter off on a journey to complete three seemingly impossible tasks that will change the face of his town forever.
Jupe will voice Peter, Wong will play the Magician and Davies will be Peter’s sister Adel. Today, we can also reveal a first look at the film.
To promote ‘The Undoing’ which will premiere this Sunday on HBO, Noah gave an interview for Variety. You can see the video below and read a condensed version of the interview on their site.
Noah discusses movies he watched while quarantining ahead of filming ‘No Sudden Movie’ with Interview Magazine. You can read his thoughts at the link and see the accompanying photoshoot images in the gallery in HD. A new still from ‘The Undoing’ has also popped up and you can see that in the gallery as well.
At just 15 years old, Noah Jupe has been the recipient of a film education that most of us can’t touch. He’s dodged bloodthirsty space monsters in the blockbuster horror A Quiet Place (and it’s upcoming sequel), went head-to-head with Christian Bale in the racing drama Ford v Ferrari, and played a young version of Shia Labeouf in the meta biopic Honey Boy. But despite that stint in experiential film school, Jupe still had a major blindspot when it came to his chosen craft. Until just recently, his mother kept him away from some of cinema’s greatest works, on account of his age. “My mom’s always tried to keep me away because of the age-limit, but also because I have such a crazy imagination,” he says. “But recently she’s seen my love of movies grow dramatically, because I’m old enough now to understand all the different elements that go into a movie, so she’s taken off the restrictions.” So when Jupe, along with his mother, recently spent two weeks in a Detroit hotel room as he quarantined ahead of shooting Steven Soderbergh’s next film No Sudden Move, he used the opportunity to watch some of the best movies ever made, for the very first time. These are his instant reactions.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Noah has been cast in Steven Soderbergh’s new heist movie ‘No Sudden Move’, which began production on Monday.
David Harbour, Noah Jupe, Kieran Culkin and Brendan Fraser have joined the all-star cast of Steven Soderbergh’s heist thriller, No Sudden Move.
With a script by Ed Solomon, Sudden Move is set in 1955 Detroit and centers on a group of small-time criminals who are hired to steal what they think is a simple document. When their plan goes horribly wrong, their search for who hired them – and for what ultimate purpose – weaves them through all echelons of the race-torn, rapidly changing city.