Fleabag & # 39; s Phoebe Waller-Bridge says she wants to write a role for herself in the next series of Killing Eve … so Villanelle can kill her
Fleabag maker Phoebe Waller-Bridge has revealed that she wants to write a role for herself in the third series of Killing Eve.
The acclaimed writer, 33, told The Sunday mirror she would love to appear in the BBC show, just to see her character receive a horrible fate in the hands of Villanelle.
It comes after fans have complained that the show during the second series has the & # 39; magic & # 39; missed out, after Phoebe had given writing assignments to script Bond 25.
Revelation: Fleabag maker Phoebe Waller-Bridge has revealed that she wants to write a role for herself in the third series of Killing Eve
Phoebe told the publication that she was already thinking about how she could write herself in the series if production started in series three, suggesting that she could go back to her role as the lead writer.
She said: & # 39; I thought: I'm going to write myself a part so I can be killed by Jodie. & # 39;
Phoebe then said that she originally wanted to play the role of Villanelle (played by Jodie Comer) or MI5 agent Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh).
Brutal: the acclaimed writer revealed that she would like to appear in the third series of the BBC drama, so her character can be murdered by Villanelle (played by Jodie Comer)
But the BAFTA winner then admitted that she finally gave the idea, because she thought it didn't fit in one of the roles.
& # 39; I just had a very strong instinct that there should be an age difference because I felt it was something I hadn't seen, & # 39; she added.
& # 39; I'm not a 25-year-old Jodie Comer – I mean, let's be honest. And I don't know if I could have scaled a wall like it could, and I'm not in my early forties either. & # 39;
The revelation also comes when Phoebe is working hard to script the long-awaited Bond 25, which will be released on April 3, 2020.
Surprising: Phoebe – who writes Bond 25 – stepped down from writing for series two from Killing Eve, and it remains to be seen whether she will return to series three
Sinister: the star also admitted that she originally wanted to play Villanelle or Eve Polastri (played above by Sandra Oh) but eventually chose the idea because of her age.
Since the second series of Killing Eve was broadcast in the UK earlier this month, it has earned a mixed reception from die-hard fans.
After watching the first episode of series two, viewers took Twitter in their droves and said the crime thriller & # 39; the magic & # 39; van Phoebe, who took over writing assignments from Emerald Fennell.
One wrote: & # 39; I have not seen Season 2, Killing Eve, as well as Season 1, bring back Phoebe-Waller Bridge. & # 39;
Another is: & # 39; Killing Eve S2 reminds me of non-Palladino Gilmore Girls or Sorkinless West Wing. Phoebe Waller Bridge has clearly disappeared from the building. & # 39;
Killing Eve will take place on Saturday July 6 on BBC One. Series Two is also available on BBC iPlayer.
Contradictory: on Saturday night, viewers saw Villanelle & # 39; s pursuit of Eve warming up dramatically when Episode Four was broadcast on TV. The entire second series is available on BBC iPlayer
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