New movie on Homer’s Odyssey to be filmed in Greece


Homer’s ancient Greek classic, The Odyssey, will be turned into an epic movie and will be partly shot in Greece.

Variety reports production is scheduled to start this spring on the Greek island of Corfu and in the Peloponnese before progressing to Italy.

The film, called The Return, will star Ralph Fiennes as Odysseus and Juliette Binoche as his beloved wife Penelope.

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The Greek island of Corfu.

The Return will be directed by Academy Award nominee Uberto Pasolini and is expected to be in theatres in 2024.

While the movie is set to be filmed in Greece, shots will also be filmed in Italy, UK and France.




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