In the film, Byrne plays the character of an artist Bea who illustrates the rabbits in her backyard and saves them from clumsy Thomas McGregor, essayed by Domhnall Gleeson. Related News
Peter Rabbit movie review: The Domhnall Gleeson and Emily Blunt starrer is harmless, lazy funMen get better roles: Rose ByrneSpy review: Watch it for Melissa McCarthyActress Rose Byrne says working on Peter Rabbit was magical as it took her back to her early childhood days. “They are classic. Director Will Gluck brought the classic tale by Beatrix Potter about Peter Rabbit and his family on the silver screen through Sony Pictures Animation’s Peter Rabbit. It highlights the tussle between humans and animals. Getting a chance to go out from Australia and work… it is clearly amazing.”
On the work front, she is busy with her next “Instant Family”. “I have been lucky in business. “I have magical memories about Peter Rabbit stories being read to me (as a child). The comedy, also featuring Mark Wahlberg, Octavia Spencer and Isabela Moner, is about a couple who find themselves in over their heads when they adopt three children. (All the morals in the stories) still hold(s) up. It is so iconic and something like that in a way holds up,” she said, adding that the film is not an extension of the stories. It was so delightful. Byrne, associated with films like The Internship, Neighbors, X-Men: Apocalypse and Insidious: Chapter 2, was happy to be given a chance to bring the stories of Peter Rabbit alive on the big screen with film adaptation. 2018-04-10T17:34:35+05:30″>
Published: April 10, 2018 5:34:35 pm
Rose Byrne plays the character of an artist Bea in Peter Rabbit. Byrne says the books are timeless. “Will really wanted to make sure that the magic of the book is retained in the film,” she added. Coming from Australia, Byrne has navigated her way into Hollywood by taking up projects like “The Meddler”, “Damages”, “Annie” and “Adult Beginners”. The film narrates the adventures that Peter Rabbit (voiced by James Corden) and his sisters Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-Tail (Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki and Daisy Ridley) undergo to reclaim their home. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App I belong to a family of four kids so I related to all that what was going on in the story,” Byrne told IANS over phone from Los Angeles in an India exclusive interview. The film, brought to India by Sony Pictures, released in India on April 6. She feels lucky about how her career has shaped up.