Netflix’s Last Kingdom to Get Seven Kings Must Die Feature – .

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Netflix’s Last Kingdom to Get Seven Kings Must Die Feature – .


As Netflix’s The Last Kingdom gets its fifth and final season in 2022, it has just been announced that the series will have a feature film called Seven Kings Must Die because, according to producer Nigel Marchant, “there was always another story. that we wanted to tell. tell. ”
As reported by Deadline, the ad was shared at this year’s MCM Comic Con in London by Alexander Dreymon – the actor behind The Last Kingdom Uhtred protagonist – and the show’s executive producers.

Filming for Seven Kings Must Die will begin in early 2022 in Budapest, shortly before the 10-episode season of The Last Kingdom arrives on Netflix. Dreymon will be a part of the film, as will “many cast members of the show, as well as new faces.”

Producer Nigel Marchant added that as season five “completely wraps up the show, there was always another story we wanted to tell”.

Dreymon also shared his excitement and thanked fans for supporting the series so much.

“It was such a privilege to tell the story of Uhtred for five seasons. I am very grateful to our fans. They have been immensely loyal to The Last Kingdom and with their support the team is reuniting for another round. ”

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The Last Kingdom is based on the Saxon stories by Bernard Cornwell and was originally commissioned by BBC2 and aired in 2015. Netflix became the co-producer of the show’s second season and obtained full rights in most of the territories from the third season.

The show covers a period of approximately 45 years of history from ‘866 after the arrival of the Great Pagan Army in Britain, focusing on the resistance of the Kingdom of Wessex to the ongoing Viking incursions into the southern England ”.

NBCUniversal International Studios’ Carnival Films will produce Seven Kings Must Die, with Dreymon as executive producer alongside writer Martha Hillier. Ed Bazalgette will be the director of the film, and his other producers include Marchant, Gareth Neame and Mat Chaplin.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Tic.



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