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EntertainmentBBC reveals first look at Mackenzie Crook in Worzel Gummidge reboot

14:00  06 june  2019
14:00  06 june  2019 Source:   goodhousekeeping.com

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Mackenzie Crook is set to star in a reboot of classic kids' show Worzel Gummidge . A spokesperson for the BBC told Digital Spy: " Mackenzie Crook is currently in the very early stages of developing a contemporary adaptation of Barbara Euphan Todd's original Worzel Gummidge books

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BBC reveals first look at Mackenzie Crook in Worzel Gummidge reboot © Getty LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 14: Mackenzie Crook attends the Writers' Guild Awards 2019 held at Royal College Of Physicians on January 14, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Joe Maher/WireImage) BBC One has revealed the first look at Mackenzie Crook starring as Worzel Gummidge in its reboot of the classic series.

Mackenzie writes, directs and stars as Worzel Gummidge for the two hour-long films inspired by the books by Barbara Euphan Todd.

Mackenzie said of the project: “Adapting Barbara Euphan Todd’s books into these two films has been a joy and I’ve completely fallen for her charming, irreverent scarecrow. Fingers crossed for a glorious English summer as we head out to Scatterbrook Farm and Worzel’s Ten Acre Field.”

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Worzel Gummidge is a walking, talking scarecrow character in British children's fiction who originally appeared in a series of books by the English novelist Barbara Euphan Todd. It was the first story book published by Puffin Books.

“ Mackenzie Crook is currently in the very early stages of developing a contemporary adaptation of Barbara Euphan Todd’s original Worzel Gummidge books as a new TV series for the BBC ,” the ( Mackenzie Crook . Image: Getty). As well as writing the adaptation, the actor is tipped to play Worzel

BBC reveals first look at Mackenzie Crook in Worzel Gummidge reboot © BBC/Leopard Pictures/Matt Burlem Mackenzie Crook as Worzel Gummidge The sneak preview image is sure to make fans of the original series, starring Jon Pertwee, all nostalgic. Here’s what you need to know about the new Worzel remake…

Worzel Gummidge remake: What’s it about?

The first 60-minute episode, ‘The Scarecrow of Scatterbrook’, sees two young strangers arrive in the village of Scatterbrook. It’s not long before Susan and John encounter Worzel Gummidge, the Scarecrow of Ten Acre Field. Their world is sent spinning into confusion when they realise Gummidge comes to life. The only person more shocked is Worzel, when he discovers that the children are not in fact fellow scarecrows but humans.

BBC reveals first look at Mackenzie Crook in Worzel Gummidge reboot © BBC Jon Pertwee as Worzel Gummidge “Their worlds should never commune but fate has conspired to create an extraordinary union. The seasons have stopped and the harvest hasn’t arrived. The rhythm of the natural world is out of kilter and this unlikely trio must try to put it right. Magic, mystery and mayhem unfurl,” the BBC said.

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The second episode, ‘The Green Man’, welcomes another mysterious arrival to Scatterbrook. The Green Man is the creator of scarecrows and keeper of scarecrow lore. He isn’t at all happy that Worzel is consorting with humans. Elsewhere, local aristocrat Lady Bloomsbury Barton is holding a fete, with a Scarecrow competition that Worzel is determined to win. What will Worzel's most competitive rival, Soggy Bogart, and The Green Man make of it all?

BBC reveals first look at Mackenzie Crook in Worzel Gummidge reboot © BB247cp Actor Jon Pertwee best known for his television roles in the series Dr Who and Wurzel Gummidge. (Photo by © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)

Worzel Gummidge remake: Who's in it? And when’s it on TV?

Further casting announcements will be made in due course and an air date is yet to be revealed, however seeing as filming is taking place, expect to wait a while before Worzel is back on our screens.

Worzel Gummidge will air on BBC One.

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Gummidge ’s transition to television occurred in 1953. The character appeared in a four-episode series and was played by Frank Atkinson. Television New Zealand, in association with Channel 4, commissioned ‘ Worzel Gummidge Down Under.’ This reboot was shot on location in New Zealand

Mackenzie Crook preparing to bring Worzel Gummidge back to TV. The Office star looks set to play the Crook has been tipped for sometime to step into the lead role as Gummidge , a talking The new show will not serve as a reboot of the original series, but a contemporary adaptation of Euphan

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