Bridgerton arrived on the Netflix streaming platform on December 25 causing an impressive stir by ranking as one of the most watched series on streaming, accumulating more than 82 million viewers in its first four weeks.
Bridgerton, recently won the renewal for a second season as a result of the resounding success obtained with the first 8 episodes that made up the first season.
While the first part of the Shonda Rhimes-produced period series starred Regé-Jean Page as Simon Basset and Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton, Season 2 will star Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton and the newly signed Simone. Ashley as Kate.
Now that during the filming of the second installment of Bridgerton, Regé-Jean Page will not have the main role in the new story, the British actor has just landed a new role in the cinema.
Regé-Jean Page will star in the new fantasy film Dungeons and Dragons, which is slated for release in spring 2022. Bridgerton has undoubtedly served as a stepping stone for the actor.
According to Variety, the 30-year-old has just joined the cast of Dungeons and Dragons, along with Chris Pine, Michelle Rodríguez and Justice Smith, whose names have already been announced.
The new production will be giving Regé-Jean Page a new experience and the opportunity that will allow him to expand his world fame alongside renowned stars and win over an audience that has only known him in supporting roles.