By now you probably know what happened to Harry Boscher when he left home to go to the cinema, but you may not have heard the tale about his new job.
Bosch was on a promotional tour with Universal Studios, and he was working on a movie called The Great British Film Festival in Australia.
According to a statement released by the studio on Wednesday, the studio is still hoping to produce a movie with the Bosch family.
“The Boschs will be working on this project, which is still in the early stages, but we are hopeful to produce some films with the family as well,” Universal said.
The Bosch brothers are known for creating films like The Lion King and The Lion in Winter.
The Great Brits was filmed over a three-year period, but the family moved back to New Zealand, where they still live.
The family then created a television show called Harry Bosches Films, and it is now produced by the Bosches.
Universal’s statement read: “We are proud to announce that Harry Bosichs films are going to be made available to all fans of the family and we are excited to announce the release of his work as a series of premium features for the Universal Classics service.”
The Bosches are also working on an adaptation of the novel Harry Boscha: The Boy Who Came Out of the Fire, which was first published in 2014 and was made into a feature film.
“We’re working with Harry Boschy’s brother, David, who is working on the film adaptation of his own novel,” Universal’s release said.