Are you ready for some cinematic fun to shake up your boring routine at this time? Featured today on Theresa’s Reviews, I’m sharing some free printables for a red carpet night party. We did this for Father’s Day with a Best Father award, VIP pass to the most special events at home, and delicious to-go food from Doordash.
With the premiere of ‘Four Kids and It,’ this is a great occasion for a special event at home! To celebrate, I’m also sharing a giveaway of the ‘Four Kids and It’ Blu-Ray when it releases.
One giveaway entry is to check out my interview with director Andy De Emmony. Like, comment, and subscribe, and then go to the bottom of this blog post to get credit for your entries.
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More about the film…
The heartwarming story about a newly blended family getting to know one another amidst extraordinary and magical circumstances, Four Kids and It, premieres everywhere June 30th from Lionsgate. Check out the trailer below!
Four Kids and It is a charming and whimsical story featuring a star-studded cast including Paula Patton (2 Guns, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol) and Matthew Goode (TV’s “Downton Abbey” and “The Crown”), with Russell Brand (TV’s “Ballers,” Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and the voice of Academy Award® winner Michael Caine (1999, Best Supporting Actor, The Cider House Rules; The Dark Knight franchise, The Prestige). Based on iconic children’s author Jaqueline Wilson’s Four Children and It, the story is a modern twist based on E. Nesbit’s 1902 classic Five Children and It, and also stars Teddie Malleson-Allen, Ashley Aufderheide, Billy Jenkins, and Ellie-Mae Siame. The film adaptation is directed by Andy De Emmony (TV’s “The Nest” and “Spitting Image”) and written by Simon Lewis.
On a seaside holiday, four kids from a blended family visit the beach, where they discover a floppy-eared creature that grants their wishes. But there’s a catch: the kids’ adventures in rock-climbing, pop stardom, and flying end promptly at sunset — leaving them in danger each time. Can they learn to control the magic before something dreadful happens?
Disclosure: I received a free item, but it in no way influenced my opinion.