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A beloved, if juvenile, TV series stumbles in its transition to the big screen.Thu, 11th July 2019Horrible Histories The Movie: Rotten Romans World Premiere Interviews HeyUGuys
Based on the best-selling children's book series the Horrible Histories lot brought their grimy, grisly take on the past to the West End for the world premiere of ...Sun, 7th July 2019Kim Cattrall: I signed up for Horrible Histories role after seeing parody clip on Twitter Evening Standard
Kim Cattrall signed up for the Horrible Histories movie after discovering a “hilarious” clip from the original television series on Twitter. The Sex and the City star ...Sat, 20th July 2019Win movie merchandise with Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans HeyUGuys
Featuring an all-star cast including Nick Frost (FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY) as Orla's father Arghus, Craig Roberts (SUBMARINE) as Emperor Nero and Kim ...Fri, 19th July 2019WIN "Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans" Merch Inc. Signed Poster Top 10 Films
Top 10 Films is delighted to be giving away Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans merchandise including a signed poster. See below for free entry…Mon, 15th July 201910 Things We Learned From The Horrible Histories Movie Trailer Screen Rant
Horrible Histories, beloved British comedy sketch show, is being turned into a movie — and we've finally got the trailer! What did it show us?Thu, 4th July 2019
Based on the BBC TV series of the same name Horrible Histories: The Movie has been given a PG age rating in the UK.
The film is directed by Dominic Brigstocke and Stars Nick Frost and Kim Cattrall and looks at the Roman times as its subject matter.
The TV show was popular with kids and adults alike and of they have injected the right humour in the film it could be a sizeable hit.
The BBFC's PG age rating is for mild comic violence, injury detail, rude humour, language and it has a runtime of 92 minutes (1 hour 32 minutes).
HORRIBLE HISTORIES (PG) mild comic violence, injury detail, rude humour, language https://t.co/jCbNZf70gF— BBFC (@BBFC) July 2, 2019
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