Emma Thompson lends both her Oscar-winning acting and writing talents to this screen adaptation of Nanny McPhee, the story of a magical nanny charged with caring for the seven worst children in the world.
Running time109 minutesCountryUnited KingdomFranceUnited StatesLanguageEnglishBudget$35 millionBox office$93.2 millionNanny McPhee and the Big Bang (released in the United States and Canada as Nanny McPhee Returns) is a 2010 directed by, produced by, and with music by and co-produced by, and Three Strange Angels. It is a sequel to the 2005 film.
It was adapted by from 's books. Thompson reprises her role as Nanny McPhee, and the film also stars,.
The film was theatrically released on August 20, 2010 by.The film received positive reviews from critics and it earned $93.2 million on a $35 million budget. It also received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a Feature Film. The film was released on DVD and in the UK on 19 June 2010. Was one of the film's locations.The village in the film is in Buckinghamshire, the farm set and scenes were filmed in, near in Surrey and the War Office scenes, both interior and exterior, were filmed at the University of London, and the motorbike scenes on various London roads. Dunsfold Aerodrome, the location of Top Gear, name Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang as being filmed there Relation to Nurse Matilda The film is one of a wave of adaptations of the book trilogy by children's author,. The books are not directly connected to the film, but most scenes in the film are adapted from the books.
Started to write the script based on Brand's books in the spring of 2007. Soundtrack. The Best Things In Life Are Free - Performed by. Pick Yourself Up - Performed by and His BandRelease Theatrical Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang was theatrically released on August 20, 2010 by (April 2, 2010 in the UK).Home media The film was released on DVD and in the UK on 19 June 2010. Nanny McPhee Returns, as the film was renamed for the North American market, was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 14 December 2010.Reception Critical response. Was praised by critics for her performanceCritical response for the film was positive.
Review aggregation website gave the film a rating of 76% based on 115 reviews, with the site's consensus stating: 'Emma Thompson's second labor of love with the Nanny McPhee character actually improves on the first, delivering charming family fare with an excellent cast.' Gave it 4/5 stars, stating the film was 'smart, witty and beautifully crafted – exactly what you want from a family film' and excited about the next film said 'Roll on Nanny McThree'. Gave a very favourable review, stating 'the film is an ingenious entertainment machine fuelled by a profound understanding of what children enjoy, whether it's cowpats, talking welly boots or piglets doing synchronised swimming. Thompson has written a properly funny script, which is performed superbly by Ifans, Maggie Smith, Bill Bailey, Ralph Fiennes and some estimable child actors.'
Was nominated for Best Leading Young Actor at the against for, for and (winner) for.Box office In the UK, the film opened at number one, with £2,586,760 outperforming fellow new release, grossing a total of £16,211,057. In the United States and Canada, it debuted in seventh position with a $8.4 million. Gross exceeded $27 million. Awards 2010 International Film Music Critics Awards (IFMCA) AwardCategoryNomineeResultIFMCA AwardBest Original Score for a Comedy Film and Film Composer of the YearJames Newton Howard for, andNominated2011 New York Festival AwardCategoryNomineeResultSilver MedalIntroductions and Lead-in titlesPaul Donnellon (Director)David Z.
Obadiah (Producer)Andrew White (Designer)Noel Donnellon (Producer)VooDooDogWon2011 Young Artist Awards AwardCategoryNomineeResultYoung Artist AwardEros VlahosNominatedNanny McPhee's five lessons In the course of the story, Nanny McPhee teaches the children five lessons: (1) to stop fighting; (2) to share nicely; (3) to help each other; (4) to be brave; and (5) to have faith. Cancelled sequel A third film was planned, and it was to be set in modern-day England.
However, despite the second film taking-in $93 million at the box-office, it under-performed to studio expectations and plans were cancelled for any future films. References. The Guardian. Retrieved 23 June 2014. Fritz, Ben (19 August 2010).
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