Warwick Davis is reprising her role as Willow Ufgood after 34 years for a new Disney+ series.
And the actor (52) brought his wife Samantha (51) along with daughter Annabelle (25) and son Harrison (19) to a screening at The Magic Castle in Hollywood on Monday night.
The family posed for a group photo as they walked the red carpet together.
He is back! Warwick Davis took his wife Samantha (second from left) and children Annabelle and Harrison to the screening of the Disney+ series Willow at The Magic Castle in Hollywood on Monday. while reprising his role 34 years later
Flashback! Ron Howard’s original 1988 film – which was heavily inspired by The Lord of the Rings – grossed $137.6 million at the global box office despite dismal reviews
Warwick and his “soul mate” Samantha actually met as teenagers on the set of Willow and have been married for 31 years.
Samantha, aged 16 when they met and the daughter of co-star Peter Burroughs, had a role as an extra in the film, and the pair fell in love, dating for four years before marrying in 1991.
Warwick was born with Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita (SED), a rare genetic form of dwarfism, which has been inherited by both Annabelle and Harrison.
In the teaser. Willow tells her group: ‘We must go beyond the edge of our world into the unknown. Our true enemy is still out there, surrounding the forces of evil, and the only thing standing in its way is us.
“Madmartigan lives on!” As for Val Kilmer – who played mercenary swordsman Madmartigan – he may not appear in the first season of Willow, but he’s still “a big part of this”
Long Term Loves: Warwick and Samantha at their wedding in 1991
Sam has achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism.
The news series shows Warwick warning his friends about an impending threat in their wonderful land.
In the teaser trailer he says: ‘We are the world’s best hope against evil coming to destroy us all!’
The stars: (L-R) Jonathan Kasdan, Warwick Davis, Amar Chadha-Patel, Tony Revolori, Ellie Bamber, Erin Kellyman, Dempsey Bryk and Ruby Cruz
Davis and Ellie Bamber were pictured together at the special influencer screening of Willow
Posing for snaps: Warwick looked smart in a pink shirt and jeans on the night
Warwick previously discussed how filming the original film at the age of 17 and the mental toll it took on him.
He said: ‘The only reason I got through it before, for me, was down to the director Ron Howard and Val Kilmer [who played Madmartigan],” the actor said.
“Because between the two of them, they didn’t let me feel the pressure of this.
“Today, to step up and be the title character of a film, I would feel the pressure of that. But when I was 17, I just thought, “Well, this is pretty ridiculous.”
Willow premieres November 30 on Disney+.
New toy! Last Saturday, Disney+ unveiled the first full trailer for the Willow sequel, in which Warwick Davis wields a flamethrower as the title character Willow Ufgood