Richard Curtis Paddles "The Boat That Rocked"

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New Zealand-born filmmaker Richard Curtis is on duty to direct a film feature titled "The Boat That Rocked."

Back to stand behind the camera after his 2003 work of "Love Actually", Richard Curtis is in on board to mark his second directorial effort in "The Boat That Rocked", a big screen project which takes its center on a radio station that operates at sea.

Apart from this, other details about the pictures are still being kept under wraps by the filmmaker, including the cast lineup. Curtis himself has long been known as a prolific writer whose works mostly are under romantic comedy genre, like "Four Weddings and a Funeral", "Notting Hill", and "Bridget Jones's Diary."

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