Published: Fri, July 14, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

These First-Look Photos From 'A Wrinkle In Time' Are Stunning

These First-Look Photos From 'A Wrinkle In Time' Are Stunning

Madeleine L'Engle's critically acclaimed 1963 science-fiction and fantasy novel A Wrinkle in Time is getting a film adaptation from Disney next year and it looks like the studio's chose to roll out the first few photos from the film a few days before they head out on to this year's D23. Check out the photos below! Which, Mindy Kaling will play Mrs.

EW reported that the film, directed by Ava DuVernay, the film focuses on a girl named Meg, played by newcomer Storm Reid on a search to find her father, a scientist named Dr. Murry played by Chris Pine.

DuVernay told EW that she made a decision to tackle the project because she was inspired by the possibility of seeing characters of color in storylines and settings we don't usually see them in mainstream entertainment.

If you're not thinking about Disney's upcoming film A Wrinkle in Time at least once a day, then you need to hear the time. "I saw so much beauty in it, but also so much meaning".

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Two key elements convinced DuVernay that Wrinkle, with its script by Oscar victor Jennifer Lee (Frozen), was worth investigating when Disney proposed the idea. Who (Mindy Kaling), inquisitive Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon), and wizened Mrs.

Storm Reid as Meg and Levi Miller as Calvin. Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Chris Pine play Meg's parents, two world-renowned physicists, the latter of whom disappears under mysterious circumstances. "My whole process with this film was, what if?" Who, and Oprah Winfrey as Mrs. With these women, I wondered, could we make them women of different ages, body types, races? "What's more, in the ladies themselves, would we be able to simply mirror a more full broadness of gentility?" DuVernay continued. "Could we bring in culture, bring in history in their costumes?" DuVernay said of casting Winfrey and her and Mrs.

"I am not concerned with purists who imagine Meg as a White girl with red hair", DuVernay said.

She also Tweeted something that's very much of interest: the first trailer will arrive this Saturday.

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