‘Downton Abbey’ sequel film draws closer
One of UK biz’s worst kept secrets about to come true, as Carnival Films gears up to shoot sequel Downton abbey in the coming weeks. Hugh Bonneville told BBC Radio 2 today that the planets align with the second film. “There is certainly the intention to do so. We would love to do it, we’re desperate to do it, and I think it’s the kind of enjoyable release from a movie like the first one, that audiences would appreciate after all of this mess we’ve been through, ”he said. he declares. Bonneville’s comments come as Daily mail reported that legendary French actress Nathalie Baye is joining the cast to give the aristocratic drama a Gallic twist.
Vertical Buy Flight School
EXCLUSIVE: Vertical Entertainment has acquired Canadian black comedy Steal school and will release the title on U.S. digital platforms on February 26. Writer-director Li Dong’s feature debut shines a light on systematic racism through the eyes of an Asian college student at a prestigious college in a comedy-drama in a courtroom. When an Asian-Canadian tech prodigy is accused of plagiarism by her teacher assistant, she is forced to stand trial a week before graduation.
Twickenham increase of £ 15m
Twickenham Film Studios, London’s oldest studios, are planning a £ 15million renovation that will include a state-of-the-art television studio, with audience participation, modernized sound production studios, a second sound mixing studio and a new series of public spaces. with flexible workspace, boutique cinema, cafe and rooftop bar. The money comes from The Creative District Improvement Co, which took over Twickenham last year, through investments from sources such as General Projects and the British Airways Pension Fund.