When it came to Ben Kingsley he was always one of those actors that would come and go with me until I watched Schindlers List and my appreciation for Sir Ben Kingsley has been nothing but praise. Yesterday Martin Scorsese’s wonderful family fantasy HUGO was finally released in UK&Ireland a story set in 1930’s of a 12 year old boy who is made orphan when his father dies and lives in the walls of Parisian Train Station wrapped up in the mystery of his father and his automated friend.
Digitalspy caught up with Ben Kingsley having a chat about the film and his character who is a belligerent toy shop owner who just happens to one of cinema’s most important pioneers Georges Méliès. Our friends over at Filmbeat have sent us over a interview with out 2 lead young actors Asa Butterfield who plays Hugo Cabret and Chloe Moretz Isabelle having a chat about the film too and yesterday we posted the man himself Martin Scorsese’s interview which can be found at this link.
Hugo is in cinemas now.