Call The Midwife fans are going to love The Railway Children Return
The Railway Children Return airs in 2022.
If you've got a Call The Midwife shaped hole in your heart like me then I've got some good news.
Star of the show Jenny Agutter is hitting the big screen in The Railway Children Return.
The sequel to The Railway Children is set for release in 2022 and you're bound to adore it.
Agutter originally starred in the original 1970 adaption The Railway Children.
Filming took place in the West Yorkshire countryside earlier this year.
The film is directed by Morgan Matthews and written by Danny Brocklehurst.
The actress, who is best known for her role as Sister Julienne on Call The Midwife, will play a grown-up version of her character Roberta "Bobbie" Waterbury.
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She is the only original cast member confirmed to return for the sequel.
Sheridan Smith, Tom Courtenay, KJ Aikens, and Beau Gadsden will also star in the 2022 movie.
The story is based around the backdrop of the child evacuees from inner cities to the countryside during World War II. The children also meet a soldier who is very far from home in The Railway Children Return.
If the trailer is anything to go by this movie is set to have cinema-goers in floods of tears. It's emotional, heartwarming, and full of history.
The 1970 movie and its sequel are based on the story by E. Nesbit.
The charming story is a classic for a reason so why not step back in time and read it before the movie's release in 2022?
The Railway Children Return will land in cinemas in April 2022.
There's no doubt this movie will be a huge hit next year.
You can watch the first-look trailer for The Railway Children Return below.
All aboard! 🚂
Here’s our first look trailer for The Railway Children Return, which follows on from the beloved family classic. Arriving in cinemas 2022. pic.twitter.com/jTEMl7eGU7
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