"Paddington" Colin Firth family comedy unveils new trailer (video)

PanARMENIAN.Net - Never trust a bear in a bathroom. A new trailer for family comedy "Paddington" shows the bear having no clue about what toothbrush, mouthwash, and shower are. He accidentally floods and destroys the bathroom as he experiments with the toothbrushes and dunks his head in a toilet, AceShowbiz said.

Coming from David Heyman, the producer of "Harry Potter" film series, the hilarious movie follows the adventures and mishaps of a talking bear from "Darkest Peru" who gets adopted by a London family when they find him lost at Paddington Station. Colin Firth provides voice to the titular bear.

Directed by Paul King, it opens on Christmas Day, December 25 in North America. Nicole Kidman, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, and Peter Capaldi are among the cast ensemble.

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The concert will focus on Komitas, “the fountainhead of Armenian music who has profiled the music of centuries to come,” Arzruni said.
The free gig saw West perform six of his biggest hits, including 'Stronger', 'Power', 'All Of The Lights' and 'Jesus Walks'.
The independently released album features Baboian’s original compositions and arrangements for trio and quintet.
Other Armenian artists due to perform during Midem include the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia, conducted by Sergey Smbatyan.
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