Bennett Miller And Tom Stoppard Unite For ‘A Christmas Carol’ Adaptation | Film News
Foxcatcher director Bennett Miller and Oscar-winning screenwriter Tom Stoppard are to unite for a new version of A Christmas Carol, which will be set in the 19th Century, like the novel itself.
There has been no official confirmation about how the film will be shot, whether it will be live action or animated like the last attempt to tell the Christmas classic, but as neither Stoppard nor Miller are known for their animation work the prior seems to be the most obvious.
Stoppard is best known for his screenplay Shakespeare in Love, while Miller has been nominated for an Oscar twice for best director for his work Foxcatcher and Capote.
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