The world premiere of Guillermo Del Toro's "Pinocchio" will take place at the London Film Festival. 

In the series and episodes section of the festival, Emily Blunt's "The English" will be shown for the first time ever. 

The world premieres that will be shown at this year's 66th BFI London Film Festival have been announced.

In addition to the opening night gala, "Roald Dahl's MATILDA," a big-screen version of the Olivier Award-winning stage musical that was a big hit and won a lot of praise,

will also be shown. THE MUSICAL will also screen the stunning stop-motion animation GUILLERMO DEL TORO'S PINOCCHIO at the festival.It will also show Creature,

a new film by acclaimed choreographer Akram Khan and Oscar-winner Asif Kapadia, and My Father's Dragon, a family film by award-winning Nora Twomey

The Breadwinner) and Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon (Wolfwalkers, The Song of the Sea). 
The festival said that the series and episode selection,

which is in its second year, has a "thrilling range of stories" for people to see on the big screen. The world premiere of THE ENGLISH, with Emily Blunt and Chaske Spencer,

was announced as a "Series Special Presentation" by the event's organisers. THE ENGLISH is a story of love and revenge from award-winning television director Hugo Blick

An Honourable Woman, Black Earth Rising). Also new is the comedy-drama Mammals, which stars James Corden and Sally Hawkins and was written by Olivier and Tony Award-winning

playwright and screenwriter Jez Butterworth. A SPY AMONG FRIENDS, which stars Guy Pearce and Damian Lewis and is about MI6 agent Kim Philby's defection to the Soviet Union,

was written by Olivier and Tony Award-winning playwright and screenwriter Jez Butterworth. Lewis and showrunner Alexander Carroll worked together.

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