18 Mar – With her "Bridgerton" leading man Rége-Jean Page receiving offers left and right, it is now Phoebe Dynevor's turn to land her first movie role since the Netflix series became a huge hit.
The 25 year-old actress, known for her role as Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix series "Bridgerton", is set to portray famous English ceramic artist Clarice Cliff in a movie titled, "The Colour Room", to be produced by Caspian Films, Sky, and Creative England.
She will be joined by Matthew Goode, known for movies and shows like "Downton Abbey", "A Discovery of Witches", and "The Imitation Game".
The movie will revolve around Dynevor's character as a "young vivacious factory worker" who revolutionises the workplace when she gets risky with her ceramics work, while Goode will play the factory owner of whom Clarice works hard to impress.
The cast also includes David Morrissey ("The Walking Dead"), Darci Shaw ("Judy"), Kerry Fox (Rare Beasts), and Luke Norris (Poldark).
"The Colour Room", which will be helmed by Claire McCarthy, will begin production later this month in England for this year's release.