The original Paddington stories have a certain fairytale quality. This bear just shows up in a London train station, with a tag that says "Please look after this bear," and a kindly family instantly takes him in. We apparently can no longer believe in such a simple story of generosity, judging from the new film.
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Yep, Ben Whishaw is the new voice for Paddington. He's replacing Colin Firth, whose voice was deemed "too mature." Well, of course. Because the voice is the thing that's wrong with Paddington, and not the fact that he's now a full-sized, realistic-looking bear wearing just a coat and a hat.
Watch as our beloved, toggle-coated bear is reduced to toilet humor in the first-ever Paddington Bear trailer. But the dog part made us laugh.
Who doesn't love Paddington Bear? The 'wittle bear with the toggle jacket and adorable hat has been turned into a real-life movie. And now he looks like a real bear who will probably really kill everyone for putting him in this coat.