Tuesday, March 10, 2020

FIRST LOOK AT GEMMA ARTERTON IN BLACK NARCISSUS EPIC TV SERIES! THIRD DAY TRAILER FOR SKY & HBO THRILLER TV SERIES WITH JUDE LAW, NAOMI HARRIS, EMILY WATSON!

'BLACK NARCISSUS'
FIRST LOOK AT SISTER CLODAGH
Today you can feast your eyes on the first photo of Gemma Arterton in BBC's period set series BLACK NARCISSUS in which she plays a nun struggling to contain her repressed emotions in the remote Himalayan
Black Narcissus will air sometime this year at BBC One
mountains up in the palace of Mopu! The three part adaptation of Rumer Godden’s classic novel will also star Alessandro Nivola, Diana Rigg, Gina Mckee and Jim Broadbent!

'THE THIRD DAY' TRAILER
FOR NEW JUDE LAW TV SERIES
Sky has released the first trailer for their new series THE THIRD DAY starring Jude Law and Naomie Harris in a story told over six episodes and in two distinct halves. The first – ‘Summer’, sees Sam (Law), a man drawn to a mysterious island off the British coast where he encounters a group of
After the first part there will be an immersive theatre event connecting the two parts
islanders set on preserving their traditions at any cost. The second – ‘Winter’, follows Helen (Harris), a strong-willed outsider who comes to the island seeking answers, but whose arrival precipitates a fractious battle to decide its fate. Summer and Winter work together as a complete series, but there will
Naomi Harris will lead the winter part of the unusual edgy series
also be a theatre movie in the middle and the three parts will together describe a larger narrative, creating a unique experience for those who seek it. Emily Watson also stars in the series that premiers May 12th and will also air on HBO.

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    1. Hope it will be better than most of their recent work.

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  2. Seems like a lot of work to get the full story. As a viewer, I don't think I want to invest that much time into this.

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    1. But they say it can all be watched separately too.

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    2. I'm sure they can be watched as stand alones, but I'm one that if I invest in one, I'm going to have to invest in all 3 stories. Kind of like those sagas you just finished translating. If I start one, no matter how much I like or dislike it, I have to finish or it will bother the hell out of me until I do (unless it is just so awful, like those Twilight or 50 Shades stories, then I can walk away without a second thought).

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  3. Jude Law picks interesting vehicles for his talent.

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    1. He has moved over to the small screens in recent years but I haven't watched any of his new dramas, I must admit.

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  4. The Third Day looks great! I'm a big Jude Law fan for his talent, even though I'm not sure I like him as a person. We recently watched a movie with a younger version of Jude Law. I never realized how good looking he was in his youth!

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    1. I much prefer Jude to his wife if that is what you are alluding to :) I don't like his kids, though, both Raferty and the oldest daughter seem like a spoilt brats. Jude was incredibly stunning as a youngsters, and still is. I've always thought he possesses the magnetic capturing screen presence that makes him the male counterpart to Cate Blanchett.

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