Phoebe Waller-Bridge has suggested she came adult with a “vision” for her subsequent film after fearing she would never have another strange idea.
“The day we wrapped Fleabag, we went to bed thinking, ‘I’m never going to have another thought again’,” a singer and author told a Hollywood Reporter. “I woke adult with a prophesy of this film.”
She wants to write and approach it, that would be her initial directing credit.
The Bafta-winning star pronounced she did not intend to act in a film.
But a Fleabag and Killing Eve creator certified that she would substantially “end adult in it”.
She also pronounced it would need a suggestive cinema recover – statute out creation it for a likes of Amazon, that carries Fleabag in a US, and Netflix.
Waller-Bridge is also operative on a book of a subsequent James Bond film, that is now in production.
Asked about reports that singer Lashana Lynch would be given a 007 codename in Bond 25, she replied: “The whole thing has intensity to birth new iconic characters all a time.”
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The singer will shortly lapse to a London theatre to perform a strange one-woman Fleabag uncover from that a BBC sitcom sprang.
It will be followed in Nov by a announcement of Fleabag: The Scriptures, a book containing a scripts with prior secret annotations.
“I’ve been milking it given 2013,” a 34-year-old joked during an talk final week. “I’m removing as most out of [the character] as we can.”
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