Thursday, September 21, 2017

'LOCKWOOD & CO' SUPERNATURAL ADVENTURE NOVEL SAGA TO BECOME TV SERIES! 'SECRET SCRIPTURE' POSTER WITH ERIC BANA, AIDAN TURNER, THEO JAMES, JACK REYNOR, VANESSA REDGRAVE

  'LOCKWOOD & CO' SAGA
TO BECOME TV SERIES
The book has been sold in over 25 countries
As 'Deadline' reports, Big Talk Productions has bought the best selling fantasy series LOCKWOOD & CO with plans to adapt the books for television. Writer Jonathan Stroud is releasing the final, fifth part of the supernatural adventure saga into book stores this week!
Launched in 2013 LOCKWOOD & CO books are set in an alternative London that’s facing an epidemic of spooks and ghouls. Only a few young people have the abilities to see and hear the supernatural terrors, and it’s their job to fight them. Many competing Detection Agencies have cropped up to handle the dangerous work, but the smallest, most ramshackle of all is Lockwood & Co.

   'THE SECRET SCRIPTURE'
STELLAR NEW POSTER
A movie that already played around Europe is hitting US cinemas October 13th! THE SECRET SCRIPTURE follows Roseanne McNulty (Vanessa Redgrave) who must vacate the mental institution in Roscommon, Ireland that she's called home for over 50 years. The
It is based on a Sebastian Barry book!
hospital's psychiatrist, Dr. William Grene (Eric Bana), is called in to assess her condition. He finds himself intrigued by Roseanne's seemingly inscrutable rituals and ticks, and her fierce attachment to her Bible, which she has over the decades transformed into a palimpsest of scripture, drawings, and cryptic diary entries. As Grene delves deeper into Roseanne's past, we see her as a young woman (Rooney Mara), whose charisma proves seductive. We learn that she moved to Sligo to work in her aunt's café, fell in love with a dashing fighter pilot (Jack Reynor), and that a local priest (Theo James) fell tragically in love with her. Aidan Turner plays another of her boyfriends.

10 comments:

  1. "The Secret Scripture" looks intriguing!

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    1. I'm surprised it only now arrives to USA

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  2. I have seen the books, but haven't read them. Thanks for sharing. :)
    ~Jess

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  3. My library only has 2 of the Lockwood & Co books. Hopefully they will get them all in now that it will be in film form!

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    1. series form, deary, they're doing it for the telly

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    2. You know what I mean ;) If it's on the screen, I tend to just call it film. Not proper, but when have I ever been? :)

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    3. the writer was so nice to RT this post, how lovely of him

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