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Patrick Sproull

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel is officially on the way

It’s now official – one of Netflix’s biggest Original films, the teen romcom To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is returning for a sequel… The news was announced by original stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo in a sweet video (that’s also a sneaky promo for the A Christmas Prince duopoly) tweeted out by the streaming service’s Twitter. … >

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Luther: script for movie is being written

Idris Elba has confirmed that his acclaimed BBC crime drama, Luther, is close to making it to the big screen – as creator Neil Cross is presently writing the script… Elba was speaking to The Independent when he was asked about a transfer from the small to silver screen for his iconic detective. “We are really … >

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Rashomon: TV adaptation in the works

Rashomon, Akira Kurosawa’s acclaimed masterpiece – and regularly elected one of the best films of all time – is set to receive the TV adaptation treatment, courtesy of Amblin Television… If you haven’t seen the original film it’s well worth checking it out, but it follows the murder of a samurai and the investigation following … >

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Toy Story 4: Keanu Reeves discusses his role

Keanu Reeves is officially in Toy Story 4 – the actor has now confirmed it and nattered a bit about how his casting came about.. Chatting to Collider, the John Wick actor said, “I got a call which was really cool out the blue from the lovely people at Pixar and the creators of this number, this edition, or … >

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Watership Down: stars talk original film

The stars of the BBC’s new adaptation of Watership Down have been talking about their memories of the original film… Speaking to Digital Spy, James McAvoy, Gemma Arterton and Nicholas Hoult were asked about their previous experience with Richard Adams’ novel. Arterton said, “I hadn’t read the book, I’d only seen the film – it absolutely traumatised me.” … >

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Cuckoo: Andie MacDowell cast as new lead

In a bit of exciting, unexpected news, Groundhog Day actress Andie MacDowell is joining the cast of BBC sitcom Cuckoo, replacing the outgoing Taylor Lautner… The Four Weddings and a Funeral star will board the cast as Ivy, the long-lost sister of Greg Davies’ Ken. She’ll replace Taylor Lautner as the lead actor, with his character, Dale, having headed off to … >

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