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Zodiak Rights secures first deal for UK comedy sequel.
Zodiak Rights, the distribution arm of Zodiak Media, has begun selling the sequel to hit UK comedy The Inbetweeners Movie and has closed its first deal with Village Roadshow, which will release the film in Australia and New Zealand.
Village Roadshow previosuly released the first film in Australia, where the sequel is set, and Nz.
The Inbetweeners Movie 2 is produced by Zodiak Media-owned Bwark and is co-financed by Film4.
The sequel reunites the clueless Jay, Neil, Simon and Will, as they go on an adventure in Australia. Shooting on the feature, written and codirected by Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, started Dec 6 with the original cast members: Simon Bird (Will), Joe Thomas (Simon), James Buckley (Jay) and Blake Harrison (Neil).
The first film - a spin-off from a TV comedy that aired on Channel 4’s digital station E4 - grossed more than $90m at the worldwide »
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The Inbetweeners Movie 2 has released a second image from location, as filming winds down in Australia.
The picture, which shows Jay, Neil, Simon and Will posing outside the Sydney Opera House, comes with the message: "G'bye Australia, you've been great to us. It's fair to say you're genuinely a credit to our much maligned convict relocation policy!"
The cast and crew have been shooting in Australia since December 7, but will now head back to the UK to complete production on the comedy sequel.
Prior to filming, Morris and Beesley said: "We can't say too much as we don't »
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