Artemis Fowl’s Josh Gad Shares His Driving Force

It’s such an unprecedented time in America and Josh Gad is definitely making the most of quarantine. He’s reading bedtime stories to kids on his social, reuniting iconic casts, creating content and of course performing… and his movie Artemis Fowl premieres on Disney+ this Friday.

Artemis Fowl is an eight book series, this film focus on the first and Gad is not only a giant dwarf but our storyteller. We talked with the Frozen favorite about how he has insecurities about being such a large dwarf, but his size is what makes him so valuable so embracing who we are can be our best strength. Plus working with director Kenneth Branagh this time around meant a lot more room for play!

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