The animated Netflix film “The Magician’s Elephant” shows the adventurous journey of a little boy who is looking for his sister. We have all the info on the plot and start as well as the trailer!
- The movie represents a new animated film from the streaming provider Netflix.
- The animated adventure is based on the classic novel ‘The Magician’s Elephant’.
- The film will premiere on the streaming service as early as March 2023.
The Netflix original “The Magician’s Elephant” is about the story of the little boy Peter, who goes on an adventurous search for his missing sister Adele.
The Magician’s Elephant: Trailer
Below you can find the official trailer. The little boy Peter goes on an adventurous journey to find his lost sister.
The Magician’s Elephant: Start Date
The animated film will be launched on the streaming provider Netflix on March 17, 2023.
The Magician’s Elephant: Plot
The little boy Peter is afraid that he will never see his missing sister again. When he accidentally meets a fortune teller at a market, he only wants to know one thing from her: Is his sister still alive? The answer he receives is that he must find a mysterious elephant and the magician who can conjure her up.
From then on, Peter embarks on an all-changing journey that presents him with three challenging tasks. These tasks will make for an unforgettable adventure that could change not only his life, but also the fate of the city.
The Magician’s Elephant: Casting
Since it is an animated movie, there is only a cast of the original voices of the characters. Below we have provided you with a list of all the actors and actresses who lend their voices.
- Noah Jupe (“The Undoing”) as Peter
- Pixie Davies as Adele
- Benedict Wong (“Doctor Strange”) as the magician
- Sian Clifford
- Aasif Mandvi (“Evil”)
- Mandy Patinkin (“The Good Fight”)
- Brian Tyree Henry (“Atlanta”)
- Miranda Richardson
- Dawn French
The Magician’s Elephant: Production
The film is produced by Netflix Animation, Pistor Productions and Animal Logic, as well as producer Julia Pistor. Meanwhile, Wendy Rogers served as executive director, while Martin Hynes was responsible for the screenplay. The idea for “The Magician’s Elephant” is based on the book by Kate DiCamillo.