Introduction: Peaky Blinders is a popular show that has recently been in the news due to allegations of misconduct against actor Paul Anderson. The Sun reported that a complaint has been filed against Anderson, who plays Arthur Shelby, and an investigation has been launched. Cillian Murphy, who plays the lead role, has recently revealed that a script for a Peaky Blinders movie is close to completion and that the show’s sixth and final season may not be the end of the story. With this in mind, it will be interesting to see how the allegations against Anderson will affect the future of the show and the movie.
It is reported that the actor of Peaky Blinders Paul Anderson was accused by a colleague of misconduct.
According to The Sun, a complaint has been filed against actor Arthur Shelby on the set of the popular show.
Anderson He has reportedly denied the allegations, and the report says an investigation into the complaint has been launched by the show’s producers.
“Paul had an issue that needed to be resolved out of the blue after a statement that he completely denies. Of course, it is being carefully studied,” the source told the outlet.
Wondering if Anderson will star in the upcoming Peaky Blinders movie, they added: “It’s too early to shoot the movie and scenes haven’t started yet, so it would be possible to rewrite and change the script and plot to account for his absence if come to that.”
An insider from the production company is reported to have added: “We won’t be discussing anyone, but at this stage it’s too early to say who will be in the film.”
Last year, Cillian Murphy said the script for the Peaky Blinders film was “close” to completion in October.
The actor said that the film will likely continue even if the show’s sixth and final season takes off.
When asked if it was in development, Murphy replied, “Yes, I think so. I haven’t read it [the script] not yet, but that’s the plan, the plan is to make a movie and continue the story, but in the world of cinema, not on television.
“The TV part of the story is over. If there are more stories that can be told, I’m there, I just haven’t read it yet, but it’s clearly close.”