Emmerdale spoilers: x to return in huge Aaron Dingle twist?

Emmerdale resident Aaron Dingle (played by Danny Miller) was left devastated last night, after it appeared his husband had handed himself into the police. In tonight’s episode, it seems he’s going to desperate measures to try and get his husband free, as he phoned an old friend to ask a favour.

As he struggled to cope with the realisation his husband could be sent down for years for his role in Lee’s death, he decided to try a new tactic.

At the end of tonight’s episode, he made a mysterious phone call, as he could be heard asking: “You know that favour you owe me, I need to break someone out of prison, are you up for it?”

However, viewers did not get to hear the reply of the person on the end of the line, so who is Aaron calling for help?

Fans took to Twitter to guess who the person who owes Aaron a favour could be.



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Viewers know that Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley) assaulted Lee Posner (Kris Mochie) after it emerged he had raped his sister Victoria Sugden (Isabel Hodgins), and she is currently heavily pregnant with his child.

In scenes aired earlier this week, Victoria returned from the hospital with the news Lee had died, after witnessing his mother being told of his death.

In yesterday’s episode, Robert realised it meant he could now face a charge of murder, he and husband Aaron were all set to go on the run.

However, last night, Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargenter) and Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) accidentally led the police to the duo’s location, after Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele) attempted to go with them.

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She reluctantly agreed to go back home, with Chas and Paddy set to pick her up in a lay-by, but the pair were unwittingly being followed by an unmarked police car, leading them straight to Aaron and Robert.

It was too late, as Robert decided to hand himself into the police, as Aaron watched on heartbroken. 

Tonight, Lee’s mother Wendy (Susan Cookson) angrily knocked at Victoria’s door after learning the news that Robert had been arrested.

She let her in, as Wendy attempted to make Victoria feel guilty about her son’s death.


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Victoria then told her she was glad Lee was dead after what he had done to her and warned her: “Get out of my house and don’t you dare ever come back.”

Aaron struggled to cope in tonight’s instalment, and viewers saw him potentially find a lifeline at the end of tonight’s episode. 

Although Ryan Hawley has confirmed his exit from the soap, he could still make it out of prison if Aaron’s plan works, and they  could still end up leaving the dales together. 

Will Aaron’s last ditch attempt to get his husband out of prison be successful, and what consequences could it have for the pair? 

Emmerdale continues on Monday at 7pm on ITV 

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1998 Throwback! Watch Sandra Bullock Talk About Practical Magic's Margaritas Scene 21 Years Ago

Sandra Bullock spilled all the secrets from Practical Magic back when she was promoting the movie.

Bullock appears in a Flashback Friday clip shared by Today from its 1998 interview hosted by Katie Couric and featuring Bullock.

The clip shows Bullock and Couric riffing on the movie before the host asks what it was like working with Nicole Kidman.

“I had such a great time,” Bullock said, adding that the two actresses got on very well. “And the fact is, we don’t have anything in common, except for at the dinner table with a bottle of wine and everything sort of blends together.”

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Bullock also talked about the movie’s famous margaritas scene, in which the two actresses and costars Stockard Channing and Dianne Wiest dance around the house while drunk. The movie starred the four women as witches living with a curse that kills any man they fall in love with.

“We weren’t drunk when we shot these parts or when we did our close-ups,” Bullock said of the scenes featuring them dancing. “But we had to reshoot a scene where it was far away and we were on our backs and Nicole just put the bottle on the table and said, ‘You know what? There’s no reason we shouldn’t be drunk here.’ And I said, ‘You know what? That’s true.'”

Bullock and Kidman had a brief reunion on the 2018 Oscars red carpet when Kidman crashed Bullock’s interview shortly before the show began.

“She’s doing it again, Nicole Kidman always butts into my stuff. Say it again, say ‘topple over’ again.” Bullock joked.

And Kidman responded with her excitement for Bullock’s movie Oceans 8, after responding to a question about her incredible year. “Topple over. A very good year, I’m very very lucky. I can’t wait to see Ocean’s 8.”

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Bullock continued, “We were talking about when we shot [Practical Magic] together and we asked her to get the tequila, she came back with her own tequila but we drank it anyway. We were a little drunk.”

“I love that movie,” Kidman said. “I showed that movie to my kids. It’s a little above their [level of understanding]… But we’re really good sisters.”

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New 'Barney' Movie in the Works, Produced by Mattel and 'Get Out' Star Daniel Kaluuya

Do you remember Barney & Friends? The educational children’s series ran from 1992 to 2009 and focused on a group of kids who learned valuable lessons in sing-song from a big purple tyrannosaurs rex named Barney, who was really just part of their imagination. The show has been off the air for a decade, but Mattel Films is keen on bringing Barney back into the pop culture scene with an all-new live-action movie, and for some reason, Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya is producing it with them. What?!

Barney & Friends was extremely popular in the 1990s and it lasted almost to the end of the 2000s. It became famous for the constant use of the song “I Love You, You Love Me,” which got stuck in the heads of anyone who happened to be near a television when the show was on. The show was so popular that it was turned into a feature film called Barney’s Great Adventure in 1998. But now audiences will get to discover Barney all over again.

Here’s what Daniel Kaluuya had to say about producing a new Barney movie:

“Barney was a ubiquitous figure in many of our childhoods, then he disappeared into the shadows, left misunderstood. We’re excited to explore this compelling modern-day hero and see if his message of ‘I love you, you love me’ can stand the test of time.”

Is it just me or does that sound a little ominous? Obviously Kaluuya is being tongue-in-cheek about Barney disappearing into the shadows and left misunderstood. But even the idea of exploring whether the concept of “I Love You, You Love Me” still stands the test of time makes it sound like they’re going to see whether Barney can say true to his word. Would Barney still love someone if they robbed a bank? Would Barney love a murderer? Would Barney love someone who colluded with Russians? Maybe these are the questions we need answered in 2019.

Kaluuya will produce the new Barney movie through his recently formed 59% banner. He’ll be joined by Rowan Riley and Amandla Crichlow as producers, and David Carrico, Adam Paulsen and Bobby Hoppey from Valparaiso Pictures. However, the movie doesn’t currently have a studio set for distribution. PolyGram Filmed Entertainment was behind Barney’s Great Adventure, but they’re defunct now, possibly disappearing into the same shadows where Barney now resides.

Whatever this new Barney movie will be, apparently it won’t just be a rehash of the old purple dinosaur. Robbie Brenner at Mattel Films says:

“Working with Daniel Kaluuya will enable us to take a completely new approach to Barney that will surprise audiences and subvert expectations. The project will speak to the nostalgia of the brand in a way that will resonate with adults, while entertaining today’s kids.”

Subvert expectations? I feel like the only way you can do that is for Barney to come back after being released from prison. Now he has to find a job, and he ends up working at a school in a low income neighborhood, Dangerous Minds-style. Then he has to show the kids he’s cool and convince them to sing the “I Love You, You Love Me” song. And in a surprise twist, he eats one of the classmates.

In all seriousness though, Barney & Friends has been off the air for a decade. And unlike other educational children’s programs like Sesame Street and Arthur, it doesn’t seem like the kind of show that you hear a lot of fond nostalgia for from the kids who grew up watching it. So will audiences actually care about Barney coming back in a new movie? Will the show start to get re-released before the movie comes together?

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Peaky Blinders: Why did Jordan Bolger leave Peaky Blinders?

Peaky Blinders season 5 recently wrapped up on BBC One and dropped on Netflix across the globe. Fans who have watched the show since the first season in 2013 noticed that the actor who played Isaiah Jesus had changed by the fifth season. Bolger did not reprise the role in the fifth season and was replaced by Daryl McCormack.

Why did Jordan Bolger leave Peaky Blinders?

Jordan Bolger played the role of Isaiah Jesus in the first four seasons of Peaky Blinders.

After his casting was announced, Bolger took to Twitter to share the news.

He tweeted: “Thank you to everyone showing love and support already! This season’s looking to be a crazy rollercoaster. I can’t wait!”

But in July 2018, Bolger announced he was leaving the series on Twitter.

He wrote: “Disappointingly it seems production aren’t able to work round my other commitments so as it stands I won’t be returning.

“Peaky/Isaiah has been a big part of my life, a great experience and I’ve met some amazing people but this one is out of my control.”

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Fans were understandably upset by the news and offered their support.

One fan wrote: “I’m saddened to hear this because Isaiah was great and had so much potential, but I understand why it’s coming to an end. You really have so much talent so I hope your current and future works will be just as great, if not more! I wish you the best of luck Jordan .”

Another tweeted: “This makes me so sad. Isaiah had a lot of potential and I couldn’t wait to see more of him…

Anyway, I wish you the best you’re an amazing actor and I can’t wait to see your next projects.”

A third fan commented: “Nooooo, I’m going to miss Isaiah so much.”

Bolger left Birmingham and Peaky Blinders behind to join the cast of The CW’s sci-fi series The 100.

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In The 100, Bolger plays the role of Miles Ezekiel Shaw, who came crashing down to earth after circling the solar system for years.

Luckily for Peaky Blinders fans, the character of Isaiah was not written off the show entirely and newcomer Daryl McCormack was taken on to play the part in the show’s fifth season.

The character Isaiah was the son of Afro-Carribean street preacher Jeremiah Jesus (played by Benjamin Zephaniah) and is a Peaky Blinder.

Isaiah is a close friend of Michael Gray (Finn Cole) and was one of the first people Michael befriended when he joined the Peaky Blinders.

Most memorably, Isaiah and Michael were refused service in a local pub, The Marquis of Lorne, due to his race.

Bolger said: “He [Isaiah] does suffer from prejudice in the 1920s. When he walks into a place, he’s the only one there who’s not white.

“The Peaky Blinders may be ruthless gangsters but they also embrace everyone.

“Isiah is mixed race like me, but we have no idea who his mother is.”

Initially, the bartender did not know Isaiah and Michael were Peaky Blinders and a fight breaks out in the pub.

However, he soon quickly realised Michael Gray was the son of Polly Shelby (Helen McCrory) and the fight came to an end, with the barmen apologising.

However, the Peaky Blinders would not let this go quietly.

Led by Arthur Shelby (Paul Anderson), the Peaky Blinders torched the pub and killed the landlord in an act of revenge.

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Who is Jordan Bolger?

Jordan Bolder is a British actor and dancer from Radford, Coventry.

He trained at Tring Park School for Performing Arts in Hertfordshire, graduating in dance.

Speaking to Coventry Live, Bolger said: “Dance is my passion, but being on set on Peaky Blinders around world-class actors made me think ‘This is what I want to do for the rest of my life’.

“While I was at Tring I got an agent, which was lucky because he took me on with no experience.

“A friend told me about the ad for Peaky Blinders, that they wanted a mixed-race boy with a Birmingham accent.

“I used to take the mickey out of the Brummie accent when I was younger so I knew I could do it.”

Since Peaky Blinders, Bolger has starred in The 100 and BBC’s The Lost Song.

Most recently, Bolger starred in the role of Shinobi in OWN’s David Makes Man, created by Oscar-winning Moonlight co-writer Tarell Alvin McCraney and produced by Michael J. Jordan and Oprah Winfrey.

Bolger also had a small role in the 2017 film iBoy on Netflix, alongside Bill Milner, Maisie Williams and Miranda Richardson.

Peaky Blinders is streaming on BBC iPlayer and Netflix now


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Keke Palmer and Sara Haines Go Undercover as Men on WWHL — See Their Shocking Transformation

Keke Palmer and Sara Haines were guest bartenders on Thursday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen — though viewers at home might not have recognized them until the end of the show.

That’s because the GMA3: Strahan, Sara and Keke co-hosts both appeared in drag, dressing as men and posing as two members of the WWHL IT department, Kellan and Sean.

All was in honor of Bravo’s limited series In a Man’s World. Executive produced by Viola Davis, the show follows different women as they morph into men (with the help of Academy Award-winning makeup artists and skilled voice and movement coaches) to really see how the opposite sex lives.

For Palmer and Haines, that meant wigs, fake facial hair, bodysuits, and wardrobe that completely disguised their identities.

They also dropped their voices while speaking to Cohen, and changed up their posture throughout the show.

Keke Palmer and Sara Haines
Keke Palmer and Sara Haines

Cohen’s guests Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey were totally convinced. The two Office alums were shocked when Cohen later revealed their true identities, screaming “OMGs” and even getting up to inspect the ladies. 

“I’ve been dying the whole show,” Cohen said after the reveal.

“I was trying so hard not to be myself!” Palmer joked. “It was really hard!”

As difficult as it may have been, Cohen praised Palmer and Haines for pulling it off.

“I have to tell you something, you made really convincing guys,” he said. “You both are really hot guys! You are! … You’re really handsome guys. I didn’t know how this was going to work out. I thought we were going to be dealing with some Pats here from Saturday Night Live. But this is really incredible!”

He wasn’t the only one who felt that way. Haines’ mom was also convinced.

“Me and Sara called her mom earlier and she said I look like P. Diddy,” Palmer recalled.

Haines explained, “She said, ‘I know who that is! It’s one of those rappers!’ I said, ‘Oh mom…’ “

Sara Haines and Keke Palmer

Palmer, 26, and Haines, 42, will document more of their transformation next week on GMA3: Strahan, Sara and Keke.

Monday and Tuesday’s episode will show behind-the-scenes footage of them getting into character, and follow their day in drag.

“We really committed,” Palmer said on WWHL.

“We have walks! We dropped our voices,” Haines said, with Palmer adding, “We went through classes. We know how to walk. How to put the weight between our legs!”

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen airs Sundays through Thursdays (11 p.m. ET) on Bravo.

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Marvel theory: The real reason Tony Stark dies in Avengers Endgame

Iron Man was the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As a result, his presence has been a constant in the movies – until his demise in Avengers Endgame. Express.co.uk had an exclusive conversation with comic book expert Professor Chris Murray, revealing why this is a trope regularly seen in comic books.

Professor Murray has explained there are many factor for why superheroes die in comic books – either temporarily or permanently.

It seems there are countless reasons for this and it all depends on personnel within the comic book world, as well as creative and artistic choices.

Asked about why comic book heroes’ deaths are not always permanent, he said: “It is often said that death is rarely permanent in superhero comics, but that is also somewhat relative.

“Sure, a hero can appear to die in a story and return later in that narrative, but sometimes characters ‘die’ for several years, and that might represent a generation in terms of readership, where fast readership turnover is an issue.

“Also, new creative teams like to mix things up, and killing a fan favourite character is a good way to get attention.

“It’s also a good marketing tool when sales are facing a slump (the death of Superman storyline in the 1990s being a prominent example).

“There are so many reasons why death is rarely permanent from an industry point of view, but more abstractly, superheroes narratives have a mythic pattern.”

Of course, Tony Stark’s death in Avengers: Endgame is an example of one man sacrificing himself for the good of others – both his family and the entire world.

Fans have seen Stark grow from an egotistical inventor to a hero with true depths, and this is made clear in the mythology that can often help us understand the superhero narrative.

He added: “Superheroes are like Osiris, Adonis, Attis, Christ, etc – what James Frazer [famous folklorist] described as ‘dying and reviving gods’.

“The stories are cyclical and feature motifs of death and rebirth or transformation.

“That is one of the main recurring motifs of the genre, and the symbolism and meaning of the superhero is bound up in this pattern.”

Professor Murray explains how these patterns play out in a different way in films compared to comic books, as those patterns are consumed in a different way.

Speaking about the idea of Iron Man making a triumphant return, as can happen in comic books, Professor Murray explains there are various ways this could happen – but this may not be down to comic books.

He added: “From a narrative point of view the options are the same to a screen writer as they are to a comics creator – prequels, flashbacks, clones, parallel universe versions, time travel etc.

“But when talking about these films this is really a question of Robert Downey Jr’s career choices.

“I would doubt he would hurry to star in any kind of resurrection storyline as it would lessen the impact of the ending of Endgame, and the legacy of his character’s death.

“But I wouldn’t rule out a tear jerking cameo as a flashback or dream sequence somewhere down the line, perhaps when the next phase comes to a close and looks to establish links back to the previous phases of the MCU.”

Marvel has already confirmed Tony Stark will appear in Black Widow, the prequel movie about Natasha Romanov (Scarlett Johnasson).

How this will play out is anyone’s guess at the moment, but it seems clear that, while no one can be certain, Robert Downey Jnr looks unlikely to make a permanent return to the franchise – at least in his current form.

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Modern Love on Amazon: Is Modern Love based on a true story?

Modern Love is released on Amazon Prime today (Friday, October 18) with eight stories of romance, friendship and family set around the city. Featuring an all-star cast including Anne Hathaway and Tina Fey, the show is formed of a series of vignettes inspired by different essays submitted to the column since its inception. Ahead of its launch, Express.co.uk spoke exclusively to Daniel Jones, the editor of Modern Love at the New York Times and consulting producer on the series, about the show.

Is Modern Love based on a true story?

Amazon Prime Video’s new anthology series Modern Love tells eight individual stories of love in New York City.

These are all inspired by the popular New York Times (NYT) column of the same name, which has been published for the past 15 years in the Sunday style section of the newspaper.

Drawing together stories of love in its many forms, from familial to romantic, the column features 1,500-word essays weekly that attempt to encapsulate what it means to love in a contemporary world.

The new series drew its inspiration from a number of these stories, dramatising the events and turning them into half hour-long episodes.

The editor of the column at the NYT, Daniel Jones, was involved with helping to choose the stories as well as assisting showrunner John Carney since it was first conceived four years ago.

Ahead of the series launch, he spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about how faithful these stories remained to the original versions.

Jones said: “The episodes were inspired by the essays rather than based on them because they [the producers] did take creative liberties in some cases, and they changed the names of the characters.

“How they decided to adapt them for the screen was entirely on what opportunities they saw to be creative with those lives and those experiences.

“And I’d say in probably half the cases [they are] pretty faithful to the original essay and in a few they moved beyond the essay.”

This involved continuing the story past the point the original essay stopped as well as fleshing out the other characters mentioned in the prose.

However, Jones said that the idea that these were based on real stories of real people was really important to the series creators.

He added: “One way that this series is different from other scripted television shows is that these are real lives and there’s a lack of polish I guess to those lives or unexpected endings or different ways that love is represented than you would dream up in a Hollywood writers room.

“These are real stories and these are real touchstones for people in a time of real political upheaval, and big abstract problems in the world that sometimes feel overwhelming – these are normal little stories about people being good to each other.”

The episodes feature some serious Hollywood talent among their cast, including Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey and Andrew Scott.

Such high production values as well as the stories being adapted on such a grand scale has also seemingly been an enlightening process for writers who originally wrote the essays.

Jones spoke about how he has actually screened four of the episodes with the real authors in the lead up to release of the show, some of whom wrote their stories almost 10 years ago.

He said: “They loved the episodes, they were moved and cried and I was moved and cried watching it with them.”

The series is also attempting to broadcast the importance of telling love stories in the modern day, as the column has for many years.

Jones added: “I was several years into editing the column before I realised that so many people in the column are telling the most important story of their lives.

“Love and romance are often talked about as light and fluffy, like a whip topping on top of things instead of the main course.

“And for me this column is the main course of life, it’s the real important, personal intimate human connection that life is all about.”

Modern Love is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video from Friday, October 18.

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Saladin Patterson Signs Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox Television

Writer and producer has worked on “The Big Bang Theory” and “Two and a Half Men”

Joachim Rønning, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”

Photographed by Leslie Alejandro for TheWrap

  • Joachim Rønning, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”

    Photographed by Leslie Alejandro for TheWrap

  • Joachim Rønning, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”

    Photographed by Leslie Alejandro for TheWrap

  • Joachim Rønning, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”

    Photographed by Leslie Alejandro for TheWrap

  • Joachim Rønning, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”

    Photographed by Leslie Alejandro for TheWrap

  • Joachim Rønning, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”

    Photographed by Leslie Alejandro for TheWrap

  • Sequel to “Maleficent” opens Oct. 18

    Joachim Rønning, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”

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    Wendy Williams Gets Emotional When Addressing ''Very Tough Year''

    Grab a snack and come on back to the Hollywood Walk of Fame!

    Thursday was a special day for Wendy Williams who traveled to Los Angeles for the unveiling of her star.

    During the ceremony, the talk-show host couldn’t help but look back on her long career that included a year full of headlines.

    “The elephant in the room is that I’ve been having a very, very tough year but, slowly but surely, I’m climbing out of the pit and this is one of those monumental days that makes me say, you know, if you don’t believe in yourself who will believe in you?” she shared with the audience. “Sometimes life is a very lonely path and you’ve got to make some hard decisions.”

    Wendy began to tear up as she addressed her son Kevin Hunter Jr. in the audience.

    The Wendy Williams Show host explained that while she gets all glammed up for her talk show and Hollywood events, her son simply sees her as mom.

    “There’s one person here that knows—you know—you know there’s no place like home right,” Wendy explained. “A little burning food in oven, time to run up to the grocery store, let’s go. Just mom. Thank you Kevin.”

    During the ceremony, iHeartRadio host Elvis Duran and CEO Of Fox Television Stations Jack Abernethy spoke fondly of today’s star recipient. In addition,  the President & CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce officially proclaimed it Wendy Williams Day in Hollywood.

    The celebrations wouldn’t be complete without Wendy acknowledging her loyal fans who continue to watch her dish out “Hot Topics” or participate in segments like “Ask Wendy.”

    “My fans! Listen, I slipped and called you fans only because I’m in Hollywood and I think I’ve gone Hollywood, but you’re not fans. That’s a stupid word. I’ve always called you Wendy Watchers,” she shared. “When you listened on the radio, I told you I love you for listening and now I tell you I love you for watching.”

    Wendy added, “You are Wendy watchers and without you, none of this would be going on.”

    The Wendy Williams Show airs weekdays. Check your local listings online.

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    'Peter Rabbit 2' Trailer: The Bunnies Go Skydiving in This One

    Last year’s Peter Rabbit cost $50 million to make and managed to rake in over $350 million worldwide, so you know what that means: it’s sequel time. Sony Pictures Entertainment has just dropped the first teaser trailer for Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, which takes the action far outside the bounds of the old garden – so far away, in fact, that it features the bunnies in a skydiving sequence.

    Peter Rabbit 2 Trailer

    I admittedly did not see the first Peter Rabbit, mostly because I’m personally not a big fan of British song-and-dance man and late night talk show host James Corden, who provides the voice of Peter, but also because the first film’s trailers made the movie seem like little more than an excuse to keep kids quiet for a couple of hours. There’s still a hint of that approach here in scenes like Peter drop-kicking Mr. McGregor in the face during his wedding, but I will say that, silly as they appear to be, these movies have given me an even bigger appreciation for Domhnall Gleeson, who is always game in anything he’s in – even when that means prat-falling or tumbling his way down a hill with a camera strapped to his body. And Rose Byrne is a treasure, so maybe I’ll have to watch these on a plane one day.

    Will Gluck (Easy A) is back to co-write and direct this sequel, which also features the talents of David Oyelowo as the street-smart rabbit Peter encounters in the city, and the return of Margot Robbie and Elizabeth Debicki as Flopsy and Mopsy, respectively. Oddly, there’s no mention of Daisy Ridley in this cast list. She played Cottontail in the first movie. Oh no – was Cottontail killed off in the first film? Is that why she’s not back? Will Gluck, you monster!

    Here’s the movie’s official synopsis:

    In Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, the lovable rogue is back. Bea, Thomas, and the rabbits have created a makeshift family, but despite his best efforts, Peter can’t seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Adventuring out of the garden, Peter finds himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated, but when his family risks everything to come looking for him, Peter must figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be.

    Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway hops into theaters next Easter, which I assume means it will actually debut on that Friday, April 10, 2020.

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