Friday, September 28, 2018

1ST 'KNIGHTFALL' EPIC TV SERIES SEASON 2 PHOTO WITH TOM CULLEN & MARK HAMILL! LAURIE DAVIDSON JOINS IAN MCKELLEN, JAMES CORDEN IN 'CATS' MOVIE MUSICAL ADAPTATION

  'CATS' MOVIE ADAPTATION
LAURIE DAVIDSON JOINS IAN MCKELLEN IN THE FILM VERSION
Well, he was definitely the only good thing in the offensively bad Will period set drama, and now beautifully charismatic and radiant Laurie Davidson is
Laurie Davidson will star in Cats!
joining CATS movie musical which follows a tribe of cats over the course of one night. The feature adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's famous musical already has Ian McKellen in the cast next to a rather silly bunch that includes Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, James Corden, Scheduled for December next year, the movie will probably include some new songs as well. Les Miserables helmer Tom Hooper is directing the big screen adaptation. Davidson and McKellen aside, this is really shaping up to become one of those projects nobody really asked for.Laurie is currently shooting The Good Liar movie with Ian McKellen, Helen Mirren, Jim Carter and Russell Tovey. Now, that one, really does have a cast to die for.

  'KNIGHTFALL' SEASON 2
1ST PHOTO FROM TEMPLARS' LAIR
After the recent updates on the casting process for the second season of History's epic series KNIGHTFALL (currently shooting in Prague), today you can check out the first photo of Tom Cullen and Mark Hamill as Talus, a tough and wise warrior responsible for training new initiates of the Knights Templar, led by Cullen's Landry. Talus has been spent ten years in captivity during Crusades.
The second season will air on History Channel around the world next spring
The second season will explore this dark time in history from the Templar perspective, embracing an authentically grittier, darker, and more brutal Medieval period than has ever been seen before. Tom Forbes joins the cast as Prince Louis of France, Clementine Nicholson as his wife Princess of Burgundy, Genevieve Gaunt is his sister princess Isabella of France.

4 comments:

  1. Well, anyone connected with that awful Les Mis gets my vote of no. Not that the project sounded appealing to begin with, but that really sealed the no deal for me.

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    1. it is funny how most of those directors that get to direct musicals are boring and horrible, Rob Marshall included.

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  2. Sounds interesting...did you see that Comcast bought Sky tv?

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    1. I did but I don't know what it means for us :)

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