Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile: everything you need to know about the movie
Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile was first published in 1965; the revered children’s storybook follows the crocodile, who resides on East 88th Street in New York City.
The reptile, whose name is Lyle, loves helping the Primm family with daily chores and having fun with the neighborhood kids. Lyle is the happiest reptile you can dream of; That’s until one of the neighbors claims the crocodile should be in a zoo. Mr. Grumps and his feline named Loretta don’t like crocodiles, and to win them over Lyle does his best, but it only gets worse every time. He seizes all of Lyle’s charm and strength to unveil the hero and companion behind his dazzling smile.
Will Speck and Josh Gordon will direct Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile and will also be producers with Hutch Parker. Dan Wilson and Kevin K. Vafi are executive producers of Hutch Parker Ent and Speck & Gordon, respectively. Meanwhile, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the Oscar-winning music composition group behind the melody of Dear Evan Hasen and La La Land, compose original music for the film and both also serve as executive producers. Brittany Morrissey will oversee the project for the long-awaited film.
As for the casting, several roles are still in the process of being cast for filming in Georgia, including a few actors, picture doubles and back-ups as reported by projectcasting.com reports. While another site called thesoutherncastingcall.com noted that certain background players are also wanted to characterize high school students.
For the main cast, it is reported that Lyric Hurd is expected to join Speck and Gordon’s Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, as well as Constance Wu, Winslow Fegley and Javier Bardem. Aside from this lineup, it is unconfirmed if there will be more new cast joining as there is no update on this, but once filming begins other updates will be made. updated will be published.
For the moment, the shooting has not yet started. However, according to the Georgia Film Office, it has been stated that filming will begin soon in the Atlanta area.
Will Davis adapts the script for the next film. The upcoming film is based on a popular children’s storybook and one of the best-selling books written by Bernard Waber.
Note that this is not the first time that Bernard Waber’s capricious children’s storybook has been adapted into a musical film. In the late 1980s, HBO adapted the story into an animated version with a musical theme called “Lyle Lyle, Crocodile: The Musical” which lasted 25 minutes. If you want to find out, it’s available on HBO max.
Sony’s adaptation film Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile is slated for release on November 18, 2022. There is still a year to go, but fans are delighted to learn that the long-awaited film is finally being relaunched as an action flick after it was last screened in 1987 in animated version.
As for the plot, nothing has been revealed yet. The directors are being quiet about the next film, but it’s likely that once filming begins fans should expect an announcement or updates. Until then, learn the art of patience while waiting for more information. Keep up the excitement!