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Filming for a sequel to the Inbetweeners movie is to start in Australia this month, it has been confirmed. The original 2011 film, starring Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley and Blake Harrison as hapless teenagers on holiday in Crete at the end
Iain Morris teamed up with his pal Damon Beesley to pen the show, using their own cringeworthy teenage experiences to inspire the antics of geeky schoolkids Simon, Neil, Jay and Will. Now Morris reveals Little Britain star Walliams played a huge part
The creative team behind the British box office smash, Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, will shoot the second film "later this year." Good news for fans of bawdy, youthful British comedy: a sequel to the 2011 U.K. box office smash hit The Inbetweeners
Despite telling everyone that The Inbetweeners Movie was the last we'd see of Will, Simon, Jay and Neil, they are now officially back for another film. We'd love for it to be brilliant, but can't help feeling it'll be a fanny-on-your-face too far.
She was last seen as Lisa, locking lips with Neil on a booze cruise in Crete in The Inbetweeners movie. Now Jessica Knappett, 28, has had her debut sitcom picked up by E4. Drifters will follow the trials of a trio of girls who drift home to Leeds
The Inbetweeners 2 so near, yet so far The Inbetweeners movie sequel is being worked on, says its co-creator, but there's no rush right now. Photograph: Rex Feaures/Moviestore Collection / Rex Feat Good news and yet not such good news for
Four boys behaving badly on holiday A movie review of "The Inbetweeners Movie," an awful English coming-of-age comedy filled with scenes showing teens binge drinking, barfing and gawping at good-looking girls...Directed by Ben Palmer, from a
September 6, 2012 In Among the Thugs, Bill Buford's horrifying nonfiction book about the brutal excesses of British soccer hooliganism, he writes about gangs of fans who travel to European cities like Turin ostensibly to support their teams.
Reviews of the first episode ranged from "not great" to "top of its class". The four main schoolboy characters of Will, Simon, Neil and Jay return with much of the script borrowed from the British original. In a one-star review, The Telegraph said: "
On hols again ... the follow-up to The Inbetweeners could focus on a stag do for Neil (Blake Harrison). Photograph: Moviestore Collection / Rex Feat The co-creator of The Inbetweeners , Damon Beesley , has confirmed that there will be a sequel to the