Peter Moulneux is set to return to the big screen as the new “Bully” film starring Bradley Cooper.
News.co.uk can reveal the actor is set for his first film role since his departure from “Fantastic Four” in 2017.
The Australian actor is reprising his role of “Buster” in a new “FANTASTIC FOUR” film titled “Bump.”
The title, which is set in the future, will see the new hero embark on an adventure to fight back against an alien invasion.
Moulneus first role was in the “Frantically Short” film in 2016 and is now seen in a string of new films including the “Bounty Hunter” series.
Cooper is expected to return as the film’s hero.
Aussie actor Peter Moultrie arrives at the Oscars with his new movie “Bunch of Bunch of Buffies” in Los Angeles, California, on April 16, 2019.
Photo: Getty Images “Bum, buddy,” “Bumper,” “bunch of bunch of buffies,” “buffies” and “buffet” are all now trademarks of Moulenux’s name.
“Bump” is directed by Michael Green, who has previously directed “Passion” and has a number of other films under his belt.
Its release will mark a return to Mouleneux, who is also the co-writer of the upcoming “Cats” sequel.
Last year, he told Entertainment Weekly: “I’m really happy with ‘Bump’ …
It’s a new beginning for me as an actor, because I haven’t done any big blockbuster movies.
A “Buckets” sequel was also expected to be on the way. “
I’ve also got a number [of] smaller projects in the pipeline, but I’m not necessarily interested in doing anything big.”
A “Buckets” sequel was also expected to be on the way.
On the bigscreen, “Bumpy” is expected as the third instalment in the Moulieux-Cooper-starring series.