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Joe Cornish, director of Attack the Block and The Kid Who Would Be King, returns to BFS


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Joe first rose to prominence in The Adam and Joe Show in 1996, an ironic pop-culture sketch show. He later made his directorial debut in 2011’s Attack the Block, starring John Boyega.

The same year also saw the release of The Adventures of Tintin, which he co-wrote alongside Steven Moffat and Edgar Wright, with Steven Spielberg directing. Cornish went on to co-write the story and screenplay of Marvel’s Antman.

His most recent project saw Joe return as director and writer, for fantasy adventure The Kid Who Would Be King.

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