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Edward Bluemel, Lydia Rose Bewley, and Yolande Kettle shall participate inside this Netflix and MRC rendition of Jane Austen’s masterpiece “Persuasion.”

The production of Netflix and MRC’s Jane Austen film Persuasion, which is now developing in the UK, has gained Edward Bluemel (Killing Eve), Lydia Rose Bewley (The Inbetweeners), and Yolanda Kettle (Marcella). Dakota Johnson (50 Shades of Grey), Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians), Cosmo Jarvis (Lady Macbeth), Suki Waterhouse (The Divergent Series: Insurgent), plus Richard E. Grant are some of those who have now been identified. Concluding that with the Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Nikki Amuka-Bird (NW), Ben Bailey Smith – alias Doc Brown (The Split), Izuka Hoyle (The Outpost), Mia McKenna-Bruce (Get Even), and Nia Towle (Can You Ever Forgive Me? ). (The Hollow). Persuasion presents the premise of Anne Elliot (Johnson), a genderqueer woman living on the approach of debt with her snob family.
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