According to a new report, Bridgerton’s rising star Regé-Jean Page has been cast in a reboot of The Saint, the series that landed Roger Moore in the role of 007.
Bridgerton Rising star Regé-Jean Page has been cast for the upcoming movie reboot The Saint, according to a new report. The film is Page’s second pending collaboration with Paramount, along with his starring role in the Dungeons and Dragons movie. But nevertheless Bridgerton Fans have lamented the actor’s absence from the upcoming season 2, it seems they will have a lot of content to look forward to in the near future.
The overwhelming success of Bridgerton Season 1 is as much about Page’s infectious charisma on camera as it is about every other aspect of the show. That made the news that Page would not be returning to the Netflix series a huge blow to fans. However, the star has been working hard to line up more major projects for himself, like the Russo brothers’ upcoming thriller. The gray man, which will be released in 2022. Now, Page has added another exciting film to his future portfolio.
By THR, Page has signed on to star in Paramount’s reboot of The Saint, a popular British action-adventure novel series written by Leslie Charteris and brought to life on television by Roger Moore in the 1960s. The new film is being written by acclaimed playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah and produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura (G.I. Joe, Transformers) and Brad Krevoy. The Saint It has no official release date at this time.
First Holy The story was published in the late 1920s and the series remained very popular in the UK and internationally for decades. The story centers on Simon Templar, a carefree Robin Hood figure who goes above the law to help those in need, taking down corrupt leaders, criminals, and other villains along the way. The character has been compared to James Bond, and Moore’s role in the 1960s television adaptation is largely responsible for his eventual tenure as 007. That could be good news for him. Bridgerton fans who have been pushing for Page to become the next Bond after Daniel Craig.
It’s kind of funny that Page jumps out of a character named Simon in Bridgerton to another Simon in The Saint, especially considering that both roles are largely defined by the characters’ smooth and graceful demeanors. Obviously, Page has already proven her ability to play those roles charmingly and convincingly. It should be a pleasure to see you take on the role of Simon Templar in The Saint, as long as the reboot ends up hitting theaters.
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