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You Won't Believe What Miranda Hart's Role Is In Disney's Latest Film!
The comedy star is has turned her hand to Hollywood again, and this time none other than DISNEY have recruited her to star in their film!
We all know Miranda thanks to her relatable and hilarious sit-com and in recent years as loveable midwife Chummy on BBC's Call The Midwife.
Since she recently announced she wouldn't be turning to the streets of Poplar as her nurse character, we suspected there may be bright lights on the horizon for the 43-year-old actress.
Last year she took her first steps into Hollywood starring alongside Melissa McCarthy in comedy flick, Spy and now it seems that Disney have come knocking for her talents!
She is due to take on the role of a fairy named Dew Drop in a Disney adaptation of the classic ballet story, The Nutcracker.
I won't lie, I am very excited to be playing a fairy. (Natural casting) https://t.co/3tU83XJ5t2— Miranda Hart (@mermhart) October 11, 2016
The film is also due to star Kiera Knightly as the Sugar Plum Fairy and Twilight star Mackenzie Foy as Clara.
It's yet to be clear whether there will actually be any ballet in the film but dance star Misty Copeland is set to star in the film too so you never know...
Miranda has said before that she'd love to be on Strictly, so maybe now is her chance to bust some moves for the world!
The film will begin production early 2017, and as the story of The Nutcracker has always been traditionally festive we reckon it could hit cinemas around Christmas 2017.
We can't wait to see Miranda in some fairy wings!
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