The cancelled dark BBC Three sitcom "Ideal" is getting a feature film adaptation says Chortle.
The UK show ran for seven seasons accross the pond with 53 episodes from 2005 to 2011 the show followed a small-time Manchester drug dealer named Moz (Johnny Vegas ). He is visited by an eclectic array of characters, usually played by various comedians and the odd noted actor, who buy pot and chat with him.
Creator Graham Duff is working on a script with filming aiming to begin early next year. Ben Wheatley, who helmed many episodes of the show is back to call action
Studio CEO Henry Normal says the film is "going to be set in the same place, with many of the same characters. We even brought the physical set from the BBC, our co-producers on the TV series… We are aiming for it to be quite a dark psychological comedy-thriller."