Kano‘s role in The Kitchen was announced by Netflix UK yesterdday (30 March). Although not many details have been shared, Netflix revealed that the film is co-written by Daniel Kaluuya, and is “a dystopian drama set in London in 2044.”
According to the tweet, the film is in production, and is set for a global release next year.
THE KITCHEN – a dystopian drama set in London in 2044, co-written by Daniel Kaluuya and starring Top Boy’s Kane Robinson (@TheRealKano) – is now in production and will release globally on Netflix in 2023! pic.twitter.com/hMmxFXxFZG
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) March 30, 2022
This afternoon (31 March), Netflix also confirmed that another season of Top Boy is on the way. Filming is expected to begin this summer, and it’ll be the final season.
TOP BOY will return for a 3rd and final season. Filming starts this summer. pic.twitter.com/NySMRRKodD
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) March 31, 2022
Back in September last year, Kano partnered with Duppy Share to create a new Duppy White rum.
|Title||:||BAFTAs 2020 Michael Ward celebrates award win with Adwoa Aboah after he left his mother in tears wh|
|Type of file||:||Audio/Video (.mp3 .mp4)|
Top Boy actor Michael Ward celebrated his BAFTA win alongside model Adwoa Aboah at the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. Fashion and Film Party at Annabel's on Sunday.Earlier in the evening, he gave an emotional speech while accepting the EE Rising Star BAFTA award at the ceremony, which left his mother in tears.The Jamaican-born star beat off stiff competition from Jack Lowden, Awkwafina, Kaitlyn Dever and Kelvin Harrison Jr. to nab the prestigious honour and nobody was prouder than his mother, who watched on from the audience. Micheal's mother was visibly emotional, covering her face and wiping away tears as he delivered a moving speech. Bowled over by the award, he said: 'Wow, guys. Thank you so much for that reception. I had something planned but its all gone to what. Oh my days.' 'I just want to say thank you, first of all, to God for making everything possible. Thank you to my dad, 'cause I know you're watching down on me, guiding and protecting me on this journey. 'I want to say thank you to my mum for believing in me, sacrificing everything for all of us to be here,' he continued while a camera panned to his adoring mother. Throughout his speech, Micheal's mother was visibly emotional, covering her face and wiping away tears as her son delivered a moving speech. '...I want to thank Top Boy for changing my life forever, Blue Story, I wouldn't be hear without the movie. The list could go on.'Finishing his heartfelt speech, Michael had some words of inspiration to those who have dreams of being where he's standing. 'To people who are watching at home, looking at me,' the actor said. 'Honestly, life didn't have to be this way, man. You have to see the opportunities and just see a vision.' Celebrating his win, the Netflix star attended the star-studded British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. party in his tailored tuxedo. The EE 73rd annual British Academy Film Awards took place at London's Royal Albert Hall on Sunday evening. Sam Mendes' 1917 led the winners at the 73rd annual awards, with the World War I masterpiece took home seven gongs, which included the Best Film, Director, Outstanding British Film, Special Visual Effects, Cinematography, Production Design and Sound at the star-studded ceremony.While Renee Zellweger won Best Actress for Judy and Joaquin Phoenix, 45, taking home the Leading Actor award for his role as Joker. Despite receiving 11 nominations, Joker only took home three awards - Casting, Original Score and Joaquin's Leading Actor gong. Bong Joon-ho's Parasite received two wins on Sunday evening, taking home the Film Not in the English Language and Original Screenplay gongs. Top Boy and Blue Story actor Michael Ward won the EE Rising Star Award, which was voted for by the public.For Sama won Documentary, Jojo Rabbit won Adapted Screenplay, Le Mans ‘66 won Editing and Klaus took home the Animated Film award. Despite not winning an award for her role, Margot Robbie's Bombshell won the Make Up & Hair BAFTA with Little Wome