‘Lemonade’ director’s second attempt at ‘DuckTales’ is a ‘divergent story’

Next Big Futures has named director Scott Moore’s second take on the iconic series DuckTales as one of the best of the year.

Moore, who helmed the first film, DuckTale, told the site: “I’ve seen it all before.

It’s the first one I made in the ’90s, and it was so great, I’ve been trying to get to it ever since.

It was an interesting time, and I’m glad I’ve done it.”

The first film was set in a fictional town called the Magic Castle, where a mysterious creature called the “King of Diamonds” appears in order to save a princess named Pearl from the evil King Crimson.

The second film, released in 2000, focused on the adventures of Pearl, who had been kidnapped by a pirate named Captain Hook and transported to the “other world”.

The film won many critics praise for its realistic settings and an incredible cast, including Nicole Kidman, Richard Gere and John Hurt.

Moore has also directed the TV show The 100, the film that introduced viewers to a new breed of supernatural phenomenon: vampires.

Moore told Next BigFuture: “They [Vampires] are very much a new thing in pop culture.

It just took me a long time to figure out how to take it seriously.”

Watch the full interview below.