Pop star Madonna will be lending her voice to the cast of the animated film Arthur, directed by Luc Besson.
The film tells the story of ten-year-old Arthur, who, while trying to save his grandfather's house from developers, goes on a treasure hunt in the land of the Minimoys, a bunch of tiny people living in coexistence with nature, informs The Malaysia Star.
According to ABC News, "Arthur" is adapted from a series of children's books written by Besson, who also wrote the screenplay for the movie.
Madonna was said to be voicing the part of Princess Selenia, a character who travels with Arthur to a mysterious forbidden city where an evil being dwells.
The 80 million dollars project which is slated for release in 2006 follows the travails of 10-year-old Arthur who, in a bid to save his grandfather's house from developers, goes in search of treasure hidden in the land of the Minimoys, a tiny people living in harmony with nature.
Madonna will be lending her voice to the toon character Princess Selenia who travels with Arthur to a mysterious forbidden city where an evil being dwells.
"The recording is being done at the moment," a source was quoted by ratethemusic, as saying, informs New Kerala.
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