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Filming for ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys – D’Movie’ begins in Dublin

Brendan O’Carroll as Agnes Browne with a large crowd of fans during filming for ‘Mrs Browns Boys D’Movie’ in Dublin

FILMING has begun for Mrs Brown’s Boys – D’Movie on Moore Street in Dublin.

The movie – based on the IFTA and Bafta winning comedy series starring Brendan O’Carroll – will be shot in Ireland for five weeks before heading to Britain.

The first scenes of the film featured Irish comedian June Rodgers appearing briefly as a stall holder and IFTA-nominated Bachelors walk actor Simon Delaney making a cameo appearance.

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Cast members from the TV series are likely to feature, including members of O’Carroll’s real-life family, including his real-life wife Jennifer Gibney as Cathy, his daughter Fiona as Maria, his son Danny as Buster and his sister Eilish as Winnie McGoogan.

The film is directed by Ben Kellett (Badults) who worked on the TV series.

Mrs Brown’s Boys – D’Movie is due to be released in summer 2014, and O’Carroll has said a fourth BBC series may follow production of the movie.

It is a Bocflix, RTÉ, Universal and BBC Films co-production.


Nemesha Balasundaram

Nemesha Balasundaram is a Reporter with The Irish Post. Follow her on Twitter @nemeshaB

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4 comments on “Filming for ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys – D’Movie’ begins in Dublin”

  1. kall

    Can't wait for this to be released if its anything like the last the last three series released, it will be brilliant. Thank you Brendan for bringing in so much laughter..... you definately are a rare breed of comedian.... Yes please make a fourth series too, make many....i wish.

  2. Emma

    Amazing and hilarious show got every episode at home can't wait for the movie i'm sure it will be fantastic and a big yes to a fourth season and many more....

  3. carl

    cant wait for season 4 and the movie to come out loved it upto know im like a big kid

  4. Joe

    Will it be in Dublin on the 27 June


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