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Orange is the New Black inmate Ruby Rose is set to swap the minimum-security prison for the countryside in upcoming animated title Sheep’n’Wolves.
The rising Australian star will be joined by British actor Tom Felton, best known as Harry Potter’s Hogwarts bully Draco Malfoy, on the family project, which is having its AFM market screening on Nov. 4.
Coming from Russian TV and film animation studio Wizart — behind the hugely successful Snow Queen franchise — and producer Sergey Selyanov, Sheep’n’Wolves tells the story of a magical land where a flock of sheep find their carefree days interrupted by a pack of wolves who move to a nearby ravine.
Felton, who has a string of films in production including A United Kingdom, Stratton and Megan Leavy, will voice aspiring pack leader Wolf Grey, with Rose as his fiancé Bianca. China Anne McClain (A.N.T. Farm, Grown Ups) also joins the cast and is set to sing the theme “Raised High.”
Directed by Maxim Volkov from a script by Neil Landau, behind 1991 comedy Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Sheep’N’Wolves is due to have its premiere in spring 2016. Meanwhile, Snow Queen 3, following on from the Sean Bean, Sharlto Copley and Bella Thorne-voiced Snow Queen 2, which was picked up by eOne for North America, is also due for international rollout next year.
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