It looks like TV series Peaky Blinders could be set for the big screen.
The hit BBC2 series starring Cillian Murphy is set to air their third series in May but insiders have revealed there’s already tal of a big screen adaptation.
“It’s early days but it’s being discussed as a definite possibility,” a source told RadioTimes.com.
“The show has international appeal and it is high octane with a lavish period look that would make it perfect for the big screen treatment.”
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A spokeswoman for the series has declined to comment on the speculation.
Cork native Cillian stars as crime boss Tommy Shelby and reckons series three will be the show’s best yet.
“It’s the sign of a great show when by the second or third season it’s richer than ever,” he said.
“The writing this year is the strongest it’s ever been. It’s off the charts.”