Prime Video is to launch a British remake of Spanish Original Movie Culpa Mia (My Fault).

Asha Banks and Matthew Broome star in the British remake, My Fault: London, produced by 42 and focused on the story of the first book of Mercedes Ron’s bestselling Culpables trilogy.

My Fault: London re-makes the story of Nick and Noah, starring Banks (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder) and Broome (The Buccaneers). Production has recently wrapped in the UK.

When Noah’s mother, Ella, falls in love with the very wealthy William, the two move from America to London to live with William and his son Nick. Upon arrival, the 18-year-old Noah meets bad boy Nick, and there is an immediate attraction between the two. Noah spends the summer adjusting to her new life, making new friends from Nick’s various circles, and navigating a complicated relation-ship with him while they fight to keep the attraction at bay. But unbeknownst to Noah, her es-tranged father has been released from prison and starts tracking her every move. Noah will ulti-mately be forced to deal with her devastating past while falling in love for the first time.

“We know fans around the world will be excited to hear that Prime Video will deliver them a brand new British remake of the first book of Mercedes Ron’s bestselling Culpables trilogy with My Fault: London,” said James Farrell, VP of International Originals at Amazon MGM Studios. “We’re delighted to be investing in rising talent Asha Banks and Matthew Broome as Nick and Noah, bring-ing this world renowned story to life through a British lens.”

In addition to Asha Banks and Matthew Broome, the My Fault: London cast includes Eve Macklin (Brooklyn) as Ella, Ray Fearon (Barbie) as William, Enva Lewis (How to Have Sex) as Jenna, Jason Fle-myng (Black Dog) as Travis, Kerim Hassan (Champion) as Lion, Sam Buchanan (Back to Black) as Ron-nie, Amelia Kenworthy (Messenger) as Anna and Harry Gilby (Tolkien) as Dan.

My Fault: London is produced by 42 and is directed by duo Dani Girdwood and Charlotte Fassler and the script has been written by Melissa Osborne (Change). The UK Original Movie is produced by Ben Pugh and Erica Steinberg from 42, with Kari Hatfield serving as Executive Producer alongside Pokeepsie Films’ Alex de la Iglesia, Carolina Bang and Domingo González.


Jon Creamer

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