Entertainment One and BBC Films have come on board to finance Ricky Gervais’ comedy “Life on the Road” — a spinoff movie from his TV series “The Office.” Worldwide sales will launch in Cannes through eOne Features and eOne will directly distribute the film in the U.K. and Australia/New Zealand.
What has David Brent been up to? The world is about to find out. Entertainment One is partnering with BBC Films to finance Life on the Road, a spin-off film based on the popular character Ricky Gervais created on The Office. eOne will launch worldwide sales of the film in Cannes, and will also distribute the film in the U.K. and Australia/New Zealand.
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