MUMBAI: Colin Firth, who made a name with The King's
Speech, is not averse to appearing in the sequel of
sequel is going to be about the experience of families
during the Blitz and will focus on how the privileged
royal family was hit by the crisis, compared to the
more ordinary family of George VI's speech therapist.
a source, "The focus will be on George but it will
also show how the whole royal household was affected.
There's still amazing interest in the Blitz. The movie
is still in the very early stages but everyone's keen
to get going soon."
Firth's co-stars Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush
are also said to be interested to return for the sequel
while director Tom Hooper is keen to take the helm once
King's Speech, which picked up four Oscars, including
Colin Firth's for best actor, as well as a string of
BAFTAs, Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild awards,
cost just 9 million pounds to make and earned over 250
million pounds at the box office.