The feature film adaptation of People Just Do Nothing has just started production

The feature film adaptation of People Just Do Nothing  has just started production

Off the back of picking up a BAFTA TV Award, news has arrived today that after five seasons on BBC and Netflix, a feature film adaptation of People Just Do Nothing has just started production.

Called People Just Do Nothing: Big in Japan, it will star the usual cast of Allan Mustafa (MC Grindah), Hugo Chegwin (DJ Beats), Asim Chaudhry (Chabuddy G), Steve Stamp (Steves), Dan Sylvester (Decoy), Lily Brazier (Miche), while newcomers Hitomi Souno (Miki) and Ken Yamamura (Taka) will also feature.

Since the end of their pirate radio station, life has been quiet for the Kurupt FM boys, but everything is about to change. News reaches them that one of their songs has been used on a popular game show in Japan. They've made it! Their music is reaching hundreds of thousands of people! It's finally time for them to enjoy the fame and fortune that they've always known they deserved. Chabuddy G steps excitedly back into his management role as Grindah, Beats, Steves and Decoy begin their journey to international stardom... But is Japan really ready for Kurupt FM?

Written by Steve Stamp and Allan Mustafa, and with additional material by Asim Chaudhry, Hugo Chegwin and Lily Brazier, show director Jack Clough will also be helming his first feature film.

People Just Do Noting: Big in Japan will be released in cinemas across the UK and Ireland in August 2020.

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