Thursday, August 1, 2019

RUFUS SEWELL, KAYA SCODELARIO, HENRY LLOYD HUGHES TO LEAD AGATHA CHRISTIE'S PALE HORSE AT BBC! JANE AUSTEN'S SANDITON EPIC SAGA TRAILER WITH THEO JAMES, ROSE WILLIAMS

   THE PALE HORSE SETS
RUFUS SEWELL AS THE LEAD
BBC has unveiled the cast for their latest Agatha Christie adaptation, two part series THE PALE HORSE produced by Mammoth Screen! The cast will be led by Rufus Sewell, Kaya Scodelario, Bertie Carvel, Sean Pertwee,
Kaya Scodelario and Rufus Sewell are leading the cast
Henry Lloyd-Hughes and Poppy Gilbert! Completing the cast are Rita Tushingham, Sheila Atim and Kathy Kiera Clarke as the trio of witches.

    AGATHA CHRISTIE ADAPTATION 
The series, which will also air on Amazon Prime, follows Mark Easterbrook (Rufus Sewell) as he tries to uncover the mystery of a list of names found in the shoe of a dead woman. His investigation leads him to the peculiar village
Henry Lloyd Hughes and Bertie Carvel are starring as well!
of Much Deeping, and The Pale Horse, the home of a trio of rumoured witches. Word has it that the witches can do away with wealthy relatives by means of the dark arts, but as the bodies mount up, Mark is certain there has to be a rational explanation.

    FIRST 'SANDITON' TRAILER
FOR JANE AUSTEN ADAPTATION
It won't air soon, sometime later this Autumn or winter, but PBS and ITV have released first trailer for SANDITON series based on Jane Austen's unfinished novel. Rose Williams and Theo James star alongside Leo
Sanditon will air on ITV and on PBS Masterpiece later this year
Suter, Anne Reid and Kris Marshall in the eight part drama which tells the story of the impulsive, spirited and unconventional Charlotte Heywood (Rose Williams), and her spiky relationship with the charming Sidney Parker (Theo James). When a chance accident transports her from her rural
Leo Suter joins Rose Williams in the new historical series
hometown of Willingden to a would-be coastal resort Sanditon, it exposes Charlotte to the intrigues and dalliances of a seaside town on the make. The drama takes viewers from the West Indies to the rotting alleys of London and exposes the hidden agendas of each character and sees Charlotte discover herself and ultimately find love.

6 comments:

  1. I've been trying to imagine a pale horse - nothing. But then, I have no Agtha Christie's imagination.
    Yesterday, it was the female detective; now another strong woman. Good for us, the viewers.

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    1. Feminist element is what is required from the writers these days in order for them to get funds. That and a racial thing too. They don't care much about historical inaccuracy.

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  2. Well, guess I'm safe from my relatives. I ain't wealthy, so doesn't look like my body will be turning up any time soon.

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  3. Agatha's adaptation sounds good, something for my sister.Thank you so much for another great tip on my banana cake!☺

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    1. You will love that tip as it is the one that made my own cakes famous :)

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