Saturday, June 27, 2020

LUKE EVANS JOINS NICOLE KIDMAN, MELISSA MCCARTHY IN NINE PERFECT STRANGERS TV SERIES. TRAILER FOR 1950S MOROCCO SET PROVOCATIVE SERIES LITTLE BIRDS WITH JUNO TEMPLE, HUGH SKINNER

   LUKE EVANS JOINS
Luke Evans has joined the cast
NINE PERFECT STRAN- GERS 
TV news for you today, starting with the latest info from Hulu: after Manny Jacinto the latest one to join the mini series NINE PERFECT STRANGERS with Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy is Luke Evans. The series, based on Liane Moriarty's book, takes place at a boutique health and wellness resort that promises healing and transformation as nine stressed city dwellers try to get on a path to a better way of living. Watching over them during this ten-day retreat is the resort’s director Masha (Nicole Kidman), a woman on a mission to reinvigorate their tired minds and bodies. Luke Evans, whom you can watch next month in Angel of Darkness mini series, will play Lars, one of the nine “perfect” strangers in the drama set for next year.

'LITTLE BIRDS' TRAILER
FOR A PROVOCATIVE NEW SERIES
The series hits Sky this August
Sky has finally released the first, rather provocative and erotic, trailer for their immersive and unusual new period set series LITTLE BIRDS which will have all its episodes out August 4th with the cast led by Juno Temple and Hugh Skinner. The Morocco set new mini series will air on Sky on Demand and Now TV where you will be able to watch it.

  Little Birds Springboards
from the erotic vignettes of Anais Nin into the Tangier International Zone of the 1950s. We arrive there with New York heiress Lucy Savage (Juno
Juno Temple leads the cast of the new Morocco set series
Temple) fresh off the transatlantic steamer and ready for love and marriage in exotic climes. But when her husband Hugo (Hugh Skinner) does not greet
Hugh Skinner will play the  husband of Juno Temple's character
her in the way she expected, she spins off into the surprising, diverse and degenerate world of Tangier in 1955. What Lucy discovers is a world in flux, a
There will be a lot of exotic vistas in the new series airing in August on Sky
country quivering on the cusp of independence, populated by a myriad of characters including a scandalous dominatrix, Cherifa Lamor (Yumna Marwan) who particularly captures Lucy’s imagination.

12 comments:

  1. I'm sure "Little Birds" will be a big hit! But "Nine Perfect Strangers" sounds good too.

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    1. It is certainly a unique programme in Sky's offer and summer should be the right time to watch it.

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  2. Luke Evans was cast perfect because he is perfection, isn't he? :) Little Birds looks great! When I saw provocative I didn't think it would be as enticing as it was.

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    1. It is borderline porn, methinks LOL I'm looking forward to seeing Hugh Skinner's nekkid tushie again after Harlots, it is wonderfully peachy.

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  3. Let's hope Kidman doesn't bore us to death in Perfect. We do love Luke, so let's hope he's able to hold this one together.

    Little Birds looks good!

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    1. She probably will, I just cannot imagine her and Melissa in the same cast.

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  4. I've always liked Nicole Kidman. I'm not familiar with the other actors.

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    1. There is an opportunity to get to know them now :)

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  5. Not crazy about Juno or that movie, but the mini-series on Hulu sounds like it's gonna have an all-star cast, huh? 🙂

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    1. That's not a movie, but a series :) I'm not a fan of Juno either, but I do adore Hugh Skinner.

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