Steve Coogan stars alongside Richard Gere in new film The Dinner. Coogan and Gere play estranged brothers who meet with their wives (Laura Linney and Rebecca Hall) for a dinner where ‘family drama and dark secrets are on the menu’.
See the trailer for the psychological thriller below:
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter this week, Coogan mentioned that a new Alan Partridge series is on the horizon, which could be different from Mid Morning Matters.
He said: “We’re doing some more Alan at the end of this year. He’ll return to the small screen in a way that we’re trying to devise at the moment. We’re not quite sure what that is, but we’ve got a few ideas that I’m going to keep up my sleeve at the moment. But there’ll be more Alan. There’ll be a regular appearance of Alan and some of the usual suspects.”
During the interview, he also talked about Donald Trump, commenting: “In some ways the only person on Earth who’s more Alan Partridge than Alan Partridge is Donald Trump. Even Alan Partridge would think Donald Trump is a bit much. I thought Nigel Farage was the incarnation of Alan Partridge, a nightmare version of Alan Partridge who actually wields some power, but I would have never predicted the leader of the free world would be an uber-Partridge.”
The next time Coogan will be on our TV screens is likely to be in The Trip to Spain on Sky Atlantic, which has no confirmed air date yet: