Peaky Blinders’ Cillian Murphy Offers Movie Update

Peaky Blinders‘ Movie spin-off is something Cillian Murphy will ‘be there’ for when it finally comes to fruition.

The creator of the historical gangster thriller, Steven Knight, has promised that we’ll eventually see Tommy Shelby on the big screen, but little else is known about the project other than a “very specific” and “true” World War II story.

Speak with meeting Recently, the Tommy actor himself was scrutinized for any details he could share.

Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders Season 6 Episode 5


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“Really nothing and I’d be as excited as anyone to read a script,” Murphy began. “But I think it’s good for everyone to take a little break. That’s always healthy and then we can regroup.

“Steve is an incredibly busy and in-demand writer, but I know he loves to write Top first of all, I’m sure he told you the same thing. He loves to. So I think when the time comes, when there’s more to tell, I’ll be there.”

Great expectations, two tone and taboo season 2 are all on Knight’s agenda, whatever leaves those Top Film in a secondary place, one could imagine.

In other words, everyone is stuck.

Paul Anderson as Arthur Shelby, Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, Peaky Blinders Season 6 Finale

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Elsewhere in the conversation, the Oppenheimer star explained why he was happy with the way it was done TopThe sixth and final season is over.

“It was just superbly staged, conceived and performed by everyone. I have to pay tribute to our crew. It was like the culmination of the second lockdown in the UK. It was crazy the conditions we were working under and they were justly amazing,” he said.

“I’m very, very proud of it.”

Peaky Blinders can be streamed on BBC iPlayer.

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