Naughty school girls: future James Bond heroine Gemma Arterton in the 2007 version of St. Trinians.
A sequel is in the works for the surprise hit 2007 big screen version of the UK cult series St. Trinians. The latest cast member is David Tennant, who recently starred as the Time Lord in the popular Doctor Who TV series revival. Tennant will play the villain Pomfrey in the new film, joining other cast members Colin Firth and Rupert Everett. Although the St. Trinians legacy is largely unknown outside the UK, it remains a staple of British popular culture. The films derived from the works of cartoonist Ronald Searle. The first four films were released between 1954 and 1966. The plots center on shenanigans that take place at a school for "uncontrollable" young girls - which affords plenty of opportunities for risque situations and humor.
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