Is there going to be a BROADCHURCH FILM?



by Polly Foreman |
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We’re not gonna lie, we cried for at least 5 seconds (15 minutes) after Broadchurch finished last night.

It was basically the most emotional thing we’ve seen ever in our lives.

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We won’t give any spoilers, because that would be unimaginably cruel, but can tell ya it’s dramatic AF.

One of the reasons behind our several hours of crying last night was that it’s the last ever episode - meaning we’ll never see Miller and Hardy work together again except while spending hours upon hours watching re-runs.


Joe Sims, who played Nigel Carter in the series said that a film adaptation would be “very exciting”.

Yes, yes it would.

He told OK!: "The only thing we’re bound by is the imagination of Chris Chibnall which actually means that we’re bound by nothing.

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"If he feels like he’s got a film in him and a story that he’s burning to tell then whether I’m in it, or whether I’m watching it, then it is a story that I can’t wait to hear."

And, speaking about his character, he said: "I love Nige. I love Nige Carter and we’ll have to see but I don’t think the character of Nige is done by a long chalk.”



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