#ColinMorgan in #TheHappyPrince 2017

A bit of information from the Berlinale 2017 cinema’s market

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The Happy Prince

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#TheHappyPrince Shooting

The Happy Prince Shooting in Trouville ended yesterday Colin Morgan finished shooting his scenes the last week in Brussels so he wasn’t there.

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The Happy Prince should be at the cinema in the next eight months.

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#TheHappyPrince with #ColinMorgan

Colin Morgan will play Lord Alfred Douglas “Bosie” Oscar Wilde’s lover in The Happy Prince,

Latest days Colin was on the set in Italy ( Naples ) and few fans send us photos but I think his character’s appearance has to be secret for now.. that’s why Colin refused to take selfies with fans so I won’t share these pictures.

 

There is one in this Italian’s article,

it is different because everyone seems to be ok with it ( Colin too )

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The Happy Prince

New project for Colin Morgan:

The Happy Prince chronicles Wilde in the last days of his life.

Rupert Everett’s long-gestating Oscar Wilde biopic The Happy Prince has commenced principal photography in Bavaria, Germany.
Everett directs from his own screenplay and will star alongside Colin Firth.

The cast is rounded out by Edwin Thomas, Colin Morgan, Emily Watson,

Tom Wilkinson, Miranda Richardson, Beatrice Dalle, and John Standing.

he biopic tells the story of the last days of famed playwright Wilde. As he lies on his death bed, the past floods back to him, transporting him to other times and places.
The project will also shoot in France, Belgium and Italy.

Maze Pictures is producing with Entre Chien et Loup in co-production with Palomar. Beta Cinemas is handling worldwide sales.

The project is produced in association with BBC Films, Lionsgate UK, Concorde Filmverleih, Dreamtouch, Raindog Films, Movie Management Corporation, Zielke GmbH, Daryl Prince Productions, Strat et Go International and co-produced by cine plus Filmproduktion, Tele München Group, Radio Télévision Belge Francophone and Proximus.

Source – Screendaily.com