Paddington Statue Image Shared By Creator Hideo Kojima

Paddington Statue
Paddington Statue
Hideo Kojima shares his Paddington statue, with the suitcase signed by director Paul King. And Hideo Kojima Mentions “‘Paddington 2‘ is one of my all-time top 100 favorite movies.”

Hideo Kojima’s Paddington Statue

Hideo Kojima, the legendary game developer behind the Metal Gear series and Death Stranding, is a big fan of the Paddington movies. So much so that he has a statue of the beloved bear in his office. The statue was signed by Paul King, who directed the second Paddington movie, Paddington 2. Kojima took to Twitter to share a photo of the statue, writing “Paddington 2 is one of my all-time top 100 favorite movies!”

Kojima’s love of Paddington is well-known. He has previously praised the movies for their wholesomeness and humor. In an interview with IGN, he said, “Paddington is such a pure and innocent character. He always sees the good in people, even when they are mean to him. And he’s always so polite and never loses his temper. I think that’s something we can all learn from.”

Paddington Statue Image Shared By Creator Hideo Kojima
Suitcase Signed By Dir, Paul King

Kojima’s tweet has been met with positive reactions from fans. Many people have expressed their love for Paddington and their appreciation for Kojima’s taste in movies.

If you haven’t seen the Paddington movies, I highly recommend them. They are heartwarming and funny movies that will appeal to people of all ages.

Who Is Actually Hideo Kojima?

Hideo Kojima is a renowned Japanese video game designer, producer, writer, and director. He is widely recognized as one of the most influential figures in the video game industry, revered for his innovative and cinematic approach to game design. Kojima’s visionary creations have captivated audiences worldwide, establishing him as an auteur in the gaming realm.

Born in Tokyo, Japan, on August 24, 1963, Kojima developed a profound passion for cinema and literature during his formative years. This fascination with storytelling and visual narratives would profoundly shape his creative journey.

More About Paddington

Paddington is a fictional character in children’s literature. He first appeared on 13 October 1958 in the children’s book A Bear Called Paddington and has been featured in more than twenty books written by British author Michael Bond, and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum, David McKee, and other artists. Paddington is a friendly, polite, and well-meaning bear from the deepest, darkest Peru. He is known for his love of marmalade sandwiches, his old hat, battered suitcase, duffel coat, and spectacles. Paddington is always getting into scrapes, but he is always kind and helpful to others. Paddington has become a classic character in children’s literature. He has been adapted into several television series, stage plays, and films. The most recent film, Paddington 2, was released in 2017 and was a critical and commercial success.

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