The Peaky Blinders The film is moving slowly but surely, Steven Knight revealed.
As fans eagerly await the arrival of Peaky Blinders‘Sixth and final season, the creator of the drama has confirmed that the film will be on its way once the series is over.
Appearing on a panel at the BFI London Film Festival yesterday (October 7), Knight offered an exciting update on both the series and the film, claiming that filming for season six was officially over and the cut was nearing completion. ended.
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He then confirmed that the Peaky Blinders the film will go into production in 2023 (via Variety). Knight added: “And then I’m going to write the feature film which will be set up and shot in Birmingham.
“It will probably be the kind of end of the road for Peaky Blinders as we know it.”
Peaky BlindersThe final episodes are slated to air in early 2022, according to newcomer Conrad Khan.
Speaking in August, Khan – who joined the show for its final season – said: “[Season six] fate, from what I heard for the last time … next February, early next year.
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“There was so much footage, so many episodes, that it takes a while to put together – six months or something.”
Reflecting on his experience working alongside Cillian Murphy, the actor described the job as “super enjoyable.”
“I have met a lot of highly esteemed actors,” he said. “It looks like a different world now because I’ve just been home, working on my college stuff and reading, so it looks like a different world.”
Peaky Blinders season 6 will air on BBC One. Obsessed with… Peaky Blinders – hosted by Digital Spy publisher Laurence Mozafari – is available to listen on BBC Sounds.
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