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‘Sex Education’ Renewed For Season 3

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Production for Sex Education season 3 started in September 2020 (behind schedule from April due to coronavirus), but sadly we don’t have a release date yet. However, we’ve achieved a few calculations to try and work out whilst we might be able to anticipate it.

Netflix introduced that Sex Education had been renewed for season 2 on February 1, 2019, and the season premiered on January 17, 2020. The assertion approximately season 3 also happened in February 2020 – obviously, a January 2021 release date isn’t at the playing cards as filming changed into delayed this time around.

If we take this five-month setback into consideration, we’re probably searching at Sex Education season three dropping in June 2021. As for when we are able to anticipate to discover (if our prediction is accurate), season 2’s release date turned into announced around months earlier than it aired, so maintain an eye out in April 2021.

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Good news – masses of familiar faces are returning to carry on wherein we left off at the end of season 2. Asa Butterfield can be back as Otis, with Gillian Anderson returning as his intercourse therapist mother Jean. Other returning Moordale students encompass Ncuti Gatwa as Otis’ best friend Eric, Emma Mackey as Maeve, Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee, Connor Swindells as Adam, Kedar Williams-Stirling as Jackson, Patricia Allison as Ola, and Tanya Reynolds as Lily. Alistair Petrie will reprise his position as Adam’s father and previous headmaster, Mr Groff, too.

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There are a few new faces inside the cast, too. Girls actor Jemima Kirke will play Moordale’s new headteacher, Hope, while musician Dua Saleh is non-binary pupil Cal. Jason Isaacs, of Harry Potter and Star Trek: Discovery repute, is also on board, gambling Peter Groff, Mr Groff’s “more a success/less modest” older brother

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The new cast announcements provide us a touch perception into what can also manifest in Sex Education season 3 – for instance, we recognise that there’s a new headteacher on the town, in the form of newly member Jemima Kirke, so we will wager that there’ll be some adjustments at Moordale High. While we don’t understand any plot details for certain, there are pretty a few unfastened ends from the quit of season 2 to tie up, so we are able to risk a wager at what’s to come.

For one factor, Jean unearths out she’s pregnant within the season finale – after her dating with Jakob (Mikael Persbrandt) has already broken down. Plus, Jean and Otis aren’t talking to each other after she discovered out about the intercourse advice hospital he was jogging at school, so Otis has yet to find out.

Meanwhile, Adam overcomes his insecurities to publicly claim his feelings for Eric, so we’ll no question get to see how their relationship develops in season 3. Meanwhile, Otis attempts to do the same issue, leaving Maeve a voicemail apologising for his behaviour and telling her that he loves her. However, Maeve’s friend Isaac (George Robinson) deletes the message and sends Otis away while he comes to see her – will Maeve ever find out how he feels?

Elsewhere inside the season 2 finale, Maeve finds out that her mum (Anne-Marie Duff) is the use of capsules once more and calls social offerings on her. The authorities take away her little sister, leaving Maeve on her own again, that is bound to have emotional repercussions that can be explored in season 3.

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LeBron James Takes The Mantle From Michael Jordan In ‘Space Jam- A New Legacy’

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The tune Squad have gotten a new team member in the person of Lebron James and they are about to take movie theatres by storm with ‘Space Jam, A new Legacy’. The new Space Jam has got a different style of animation , since the LeBron James cover features the classic 2D animated Tune Squad characters, while the stills from the film teases a 3D style.  

Lebron James takes this new role from former basketball legend Michael Jordan. Space Jam: A New Legacy will be out in July 16 in theaters and on HBO Max.

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Erica Nlewedim Unveiled As One Of The Lead In The Movie ‘Devil In Agbada’.

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Erica Nlewedim, former Big Brother Naija reality star has been unveiled as one of the lead stars in a new Chinneylove Eze production (‘Hire A Woman’) titled ‘Devil In Agbada’.

The forthcoming movie follows the tale of three strangers who team up on a mission to bring down a ruthless politician. ‘Devil In Agbada’ also stars Linda Osifo and Efe Irele in leading roles. Uche Jombo, Desmond Elliot, Uzor Arukwe, Soso Sobrekan, and Nosa Rex join the film’s cast in supporting roles.

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Nomzamo Mbatha Landed Her Dream Role In ‘Coming 2 America’ And Is Grateful

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Actress, TV personality, UN goodwill ambassador, and entrepreneur with big-name recognition in South Africa, Nomzanzo Mbatha having been cast in ‘Coming 2 America’ is grateful to have encountered such a great opportunity after taking a leap of faith to play in the big ocean. Nomzamo left the cast of the popular telenovela Isibaya, where she had captured the hearts of local audiences’ for seven years in the role of Thandeka because she felt it was time to take the next step.

‘Coming 2 America’ features the lead star, Eddie Murphy, and shows all the major new and returning cast and characters joining the sequel, including the beautiful Mbatha.

Set in the lush and royal country of Zamunda, “Coming 2 America” continues to follow newly crowned King Akeem and his trusted confidante, Semmi, who embark on an all-new hilarious adventure that has them traversing the globe from their great African nation to the borough of Queens, New York – where it all began.

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David Oyelowo’s Directorial Debut “The Water Man” Picked Up By Netflix & RLJE Films

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David Oyelowo’s feature directorial debut “The Water Man” has acquired worldwide distribution. RLJE Films will distribute the film in North America, with Netflix handling the rest of the worldwide rollout.

RLJE, a business unit of AMC Networks, plans to release the project day-and-date in theaters and on PVOD on May 7, 2021, with Netflix set to release the film internationally later in 2021.

“While in some ways this film is a father and son story, at its core it’s also a love letter to mothers everywhere and is dedicated to my own,” Oyelowo said in a statement announcing the acquisition. “To be able to share my directorial debut, ‘The Water Man,’ with the world through the hands of RLJE Films and Netflix is a dream come true for me.”

“The Water Man” follows a young boy named Gunner (“This Is Us” star Lonnie Chavis) as he sets out on a quest to save his ill mother (Rosario Dawson) with the help of a mysterious local girl (Amiah Miller). As the pair go in search of The Water Man, a mythic figure who possesses the secret to immortality, the more dangerous the journey becomes, and, eventually their only hope for rescue is Gunner’s father (Oyelowo). The film is based on a Black List script from Emma Needell, and Alfred Molina and Maria Bello round out the cast.

In addition to directing the family adventure film, Oyelowo also produced the project under his Yoruba/Saxon Productions banner. The film is also produced by Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Films and ShivHans Pictures. Carla Gardini, Shivani Rawat and Monica Levinson produced the film, with Winfrey, Darren M. Demetre, Connor Flanagan and Needell serving as exec. producers.

Oyelowo’s film made its world premiere at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, where the first time director opened up to Variety about the project during a virtual conversation alongside his cast.

“The film is partly inspired by [the] films I grew up loving, like ‘E.T.’ A lot of them directed by the amazing Steven Spielberg,” he said. “But the truth of the matter is I didn’t see myself in those movies even though I related to those characters. So one of the amazing things for me is getting to make a film for a family that looks like mine, a boy who looks like I did and looks like my three sons get to be front and center.”

Explaining how important it is for people to see themselves represented on TV and in movies, Oyelowo added, “We all go to storytelling to see ourselves, to learn about ourselves or to learn about other people within whom we see ourselves.”

source: variety.com

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