Channel 4 planning movie-themed dating show called Lets Make A Scene

Channel 4 are reportedly planning a fun new dating show preliminarily called Let's Make A Scene, and this time it's movie-themed.

The latest addiction will take inspiration from pop culture rom com hits such as When Harry Met Sally and Ghost and task a group of singles with acting out famous scenes in the hope sparks will fly.

Infamous moments such as Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore's romantic pottery scene will be recreated, along with adorable scenes from Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan's fabulous friendship-turned-romance.

The hopefuls will go up against two suitors to win the heart of a man or woman. One person will be then taken for a date off-screen.

The new series is produced by the same team who made Too Hot to Handle, which has seen happy ever afters for the likes of Cam Holmes and Emily Miller.


The new show is also set to hit screens next year, according to The Sun.

OK! has contacted a representative for Channel 4 for further details.

It comes as Channel 4 just debuted their latest reality dating series called The Love Trap, which is hosted by comedian Joel Dommett.

The concept sees eight female contestants signing up determined to win the affections of main man David Birtwistle.

The hunk is a 34 year old personal trainer and when he turns down contestants on the show, they're plunged through a trap door in one of the most brutal dating show elimination processes yet.

There's also a twist, as only half of the women vying for David's attention are actually single, but everyone wants the £20,000 equally.

Host Joel recently spoke out about his shock at the contestants' behaviour on the new programme, admitting he was "very wrong" to assume they wouldn't try and kiss the fitness buff.

"We didn’t really think anything like a kiss, or even further was going to happen," he shared with The List. "My Lord, were we very wrong, they really went in."

The connections between Channel 4's dating shows continue as US hit Too Hot to Handle, which has also successfully seen Chloe Veitch find love since the show, is not only produced by the same people as the new movie-themed series.

The Love Trap's David also started off on Too Hot to Handle first. Unfortunately, he was unlucky in love but has insisted he's learnt from the experience.

Speaking about what he wants from a potential partner now, the personal trainer shared: "She has to be outgoing, and fun, and bubbly – I want a best friend, as well as a partner.

"And someone who's driven, that they want to achieve in their life, and they want to go places," the star added.

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