Thursday, April 21, 2016

BBC SETS CAST FOR BRONTE SISTERS 'TO WALK INVISIBLE' TV MOVIE! SCOTT SHEPHERD'S POST APOCALYPTIC NOVEL 'SEVENTH DAY' TO BECOME TV SERIES

BBC'S BRONTE SISTERS FILM
'TO WALK INVISIBLE' SETS CAST
Here are some great news for all my ladies! BBC is preparing a TV movie on famous Bronte sisters with HAPPY VALLEY creator Sally Wainwright on the helm. TO WALK INVISIBLE will circle around the whole Brontë family. Jonathan Pryce will play family patriarch Rev. Patrick Brontë. WAR AND PEACE Chloe Pirrie will be Emily Brontë, the author of glorious Wuthering Heights while her sister Charlotte, who wrote Jane Eyre, will be played by Finn Atkins. LAST KINGDOM and VILLAGE's Charlie Murphy will be their youngest sister Anne, who wrote Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. Their brother Branwell, whose destructive behaviour threatens to tear the family apart, will be played by BANISHED Adam Nagaitis.

'THE SEVENTH DAY' SF NOVEL
TO BECOME TV SERIES!
In other TV news, 'Deadline' reports that Mexican Televisa is venturing into English language series with an apocalyptic one. They will turn Scott Shepherd's sf novel THE SEVENTH DAY into a ten episode series. 
Set seven years after the Strangers decimated the planet it follows Joad – who is half way around the world and one of the few left unharmed when most of humanity is obliterated – on his dangerous trek home to Nemo in the hope his wife waits for him. The journey with companions he reluctantly gains along the way takes them through a landscape equally beautiful and haunting, mysterious and magical.

22 comments:

  1. TO WALK INVISIBLE sounds like it will be lots of fun to watch.

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    1. I'm guessing it will air in September or October in UK

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  2. I LOVED Happy Valley. Such an excellent show!! I will definitely be looking for "To Walk Invisible".

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  3. Like the sound of The Seventh Day?

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  4. I'm surprised the Bronte family hasn't already received the miniseries treatment. Better late than never!

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    1. but they did have like gazzillion movies in recent years :)

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  5. I want to jack her for her dress. Where the hell was that one when we were looking for a purple dress a few weeks back?

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    1. Figures. Feels like we went everywhere except Ireland looking for a dress.

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    2. you should've asked :) That is why you must start searching for Allison's dress at least a year earlier :)

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  6. I'm a fan of the Bronte's writing. I would watch that.

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  7. Aaaaand yet another film to watch! The Bronte sisters done by the BBC? Uh, yes please :)

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    1. the Irish people have always had a sense of humour

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    2. Well, she is a fox. And smart, and kind...

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    3. Kind? How do you know? She played a queen in LAST KINGDOM and got her head cut off :)

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  9. I go for the SF tv series! Sounds promesing!

    Greetings
    Peter

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