Richard Osman On ‘Dream’ Steven Spielberg Film Adaptation Of His Books | This Morning

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The much loved Pointless star turned best selling author Richard Osman, joins us to talk about the follow up to his two million-copy bestselling novel ‘The Thursday Murder Club’. Diving back into the world of Coopers Chase Retirement Village, ‘The Man Who Died Twice’ is yet another twisty murder mystery filled with laughs and mayhem. Richard shares with us the story behind his brand new villains, plans for his first novel to be made into a film and which Hollywood director is taking on the project.

Broadcast on 16/09/21

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