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  A new comedy team
  The Weekend is a brand new, hilarious and outrageous comedy for all the family, which follows school friends Derrick (Jovian Wade), Tyler (Dee Kaate) and Malcolm (Percelle Ascott) as they embark on a weekend of serious misadventure. In an incredible twist of fate, the hapless boys come across a huge sum of money that, unbeknown to them, belongs to a notorious villain. Delighted with their good fortune, they spend The Weekend like never before - in a whirling blaze of flash cars, casinos, champagne and luxury – as they make their entrance into the real world with a bang!

But the bad guys soon catch up with the trio and they're given 24 hours to return all the cash or risk the wrath of the gangsters. The terrified boys come up with a series of side-splitting plots to make the money back, but will they manage to repay their debt in time, or are they in too deep?

Featuring the UK's brightest rising stars of comedy, Jovian Wade (EastEnders, Dr Who, The Youngers), Dee Kaate (Walliams and Friends, The JPD Show) and Percelle Ascott (Wizards vs Aliens, The JPD Show), who have achieved huge success as internet sensations Mandem on the Wall, The Weekend marks the trio's debut feature film. The trailer is above.
  Graeme Clark [14 Nov 2016 at 21:51]

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