Phoebe Dynevor catapulted her career thanks to her role as Daphne in Bridgerton, streaming service series Netflix which achieved the all-time record in a premiere. He is currently in the middle of production on the second season., which it would be his last participation for tackling new projects, like the one Amazon Prime Video has in mind. Which?
It is not the first approach to the exit door of the adaptation of Julia Quinn’s novels on the platform, since almost a month ago it was reported that the actress will be the protagonist of I Heart Murder, a Sony Pictures film directed by Matt Spicer. Although it was said at the time that the recordings would not coincide with the N program, the next thing on your way would be the reason for a goodbye.
Now, we will see it in a completely radical change to what we saw in Bridgerton, according to the latest US media report Deadline. There they reported that Phoebe just closed a deal with Amazon Studios to take the title role and executive produce for Exciting Times, a fiction that explores contemporary romance, far removed from its role in the Shondaland show set in the 19th century.
This new project is based on the novel by the Irish writer Naoise Dolan, which has behind the production company Black Bear Pictures, responsible for ‘Don’t worry, I’ll take care of you’ and ‘Who Killed the Puppets?’. Cooper Raiff He will co-write the television adaptation with the author and will also direct the episodes. In addition to Dynevor, Dolan and Raiff they are executive producers with Teddy Schwarzman, Ben Stillman and Michael Heimler.
The literary work that was described as “wildly smart, hilarious and raw” revolves around Ava, an Irish woman who moves abroad and ends up teaching English grammar to rich kids and finds herself in a love triangle with a banker named Julian and Edith, a lawyer. At the moment no release date has been set, but anticipated that Phoebe might not return to Bridgerton beyond season 2.
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