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Speechless! Channel 4 airs entire Inbetweeners movie with no dialogue

Viewers were left baffled last night when Channel 4 played out The Inbetweeners movie - in full - without any of the dialogue.

Chortle, 23rd October 2022

The Inbetweeners to host 10 year birthday show

The cast of The Inbetweeners are to reunite to feature in a two-hour Channel 4 show celebrating the success of the sitcom.

British Comedy Guide, 14th November 2018

TV sitcom's shocking sixth-form gang regroup and head to Crete in this big-screen, lads-abroad excursion. Nerdy Simon Bird, soppy Joe Thomas, dopey Blake Harrison and gobsmackingly crude James Buckley get up to all sorts of excruciatingly crass antics, but as in the TV show, there's sympathy too, for their teenaged, hormonally challenged predicament.

Paul Howlett, The Guardian, 19th June 2017

Benidorm viewers claim show ripped off Inbetweeners

Benidorm viewers were outraged tonight after watching a sketch from the show, which bore a remarkable resemblance to a scene from The Inbetweeners Movie.

Claire Corkery, The Daily Express, 15th March 2017

13 UK TV comedies that became movies, best to worst

Here's a rundown of the best and worst since the year 2000...

Sophie Davies, Cult Box, 19th September 2016

Film4 teams up with Inbetweeners creators to make four comedy movies

Film4 is making four new comedy feature films, working with Iain Morris and Damon Beesley - the creators of The Inbetweeners.

British Comedy Guide, 10th February 2016

Inbetweeners cast interview

"Fans expect us to be walking disasters", Simon Bird explains. "Which we are, but not in a funny way."

Alice Vincent, The Telegraph, 28th November 2014

It broke UK box-office records for the most successful opening weekend ever for a comedy - not bad for a film based on an E4 sitcom - and has posh Will (Simon Bird), sex-obsessed Jay (James Buckley), dim Neil (Blake Harrison) and just-dumped Simon (Joe Thomas) finally leaving Rudge Park Comprehensive for a post- A-levels jaunt to Crete.

Gags about sex, vomit and hand shandies are all present and correct as our anti-heroes struggle with the challenges of being abroad and meeting girls. Think the English version of American Pie.

Carol Carter and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro, 9th January 2014

The teen heroes of the hit E4 series to make it to the big screen in this remarkably well-received TV spin-off. Here a recently dumped Simon (Joe Thomas) and his mates Will (Simon Bird), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Jay (James Buckley) jet off for a jolly holiday to Malia, seeking 'sun, sand, sex, sea and sex'. Obviously they find sunburn, sexual humiliation and a high rate of poo/vomit/ masturbation-based humour instead. Packed with laughs, this broke records to become the most successful British opening weekend for a comedy film ever, grossing more than £2.5million on its first day of release. None too shabby for a supposed bunch of losers, eh?

Carol Carter and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro, 25th September 2013

Inbetweeners US movie 'Virgins America' get director

Paramount has enlisted Jim Field Smith to direct Virgins America. The film is a remake of the popular UK comedy The Inbetweeners.

Sarah Luoma, Digital Spy, 23rd August 2013

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