New Cemetery Junction poster

Promo for Gervais' latest

 

The first poster for Ricky Gervais and office co-creator Spephen Merchant's debut collaborative feature, Cemetary Junction, has been released.

Not content with mastering the TV comedy world, the pair have now firmly set their sights on conquering the big screen, with the film set for release in April this year.

If you haven't seen the trailer just yet, here is our summary of the film with some interweb trickery to let you loverly people watch it for yourselves.

Set in the 1970s, Cemetary Junction follows Freddie (Christian Cooke) who is fed up of his dead end working-class life and looking for a way to escape.

Rounding out the impressive cast are Tom Hughes, Jack Doolan, Ricky Gervais, Ralph Fiennes, Emily Watson, Matthew Goode and Felicity Jones.

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    • evs75

      Feb 4th 2010, 12:21

      Is it just me or does this film seem a bit s*ite from the trailer? After reading about it's premise and production it seemed like it could be a kind of big screen version of The Office, but the trailer makes it look like some sort of Yank teen dream flick. The tagline - Be Young, Be Free...Be Somebody - is just terrible, get it together Gervais before you disappear up you own botty!

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    • evs75

      Feb 4th 2010, 12:21

      Is it just me or does this film seem a bit s*ite from the trailer? After reading about it's premise and production it seemed like it could be a kind of big screen version of The Office, but the trailer makes it look like some sort of Yank teen dream flick. The tagline - Be Young, Be Free...Be Somebody - is just terrible, get it together Gervais before you disappear up your own botty!

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