Flush from his success at the BAFTAs on Sunday, where he nabbed the Outstanding British Debut gong for Tyrannosaur, Paddy Considine is eyeing up his second feature film as director.
According to Deadline, that film will be The Years Of The Locust, an adaptation of Jon Hotten’s book about the world of professional body building.
Hotten first let slip on his blog that Considine was involved in the project, and now the BAFTA-winner himself has confirmed that he’ll be directing the adaptation.
Set in the 1990s, the book follows Rick Parker, a door-to-door salesman turned boxing promoter, and his loyal but naive fighter Tim Anderson.
Considine also recently confirmed that he’s currently working on a ghost story called The Leaning.
To be honest, we don’t really mind what Considine takes on next. After the brilliance of Tyrannosaur, he could direct a film about talking tea cups and we’d watch it.
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