Sunday, October 4, 2020

HUGH LAURIE IS REMORSELESS POLITICIAN IN ROADKILL BBC SERIES TRAILER! MY SALINGER YEAR TRAILER WITH SIGOURNEY WEAVER, MARGARET QUALLEY, DOUGLAS BOOTH, COLM FEORE

 MY SALINGER YEAR TRAILER
WITH SIGOURNEY WEAVER
My Salinger Year opened this year's Berlinale
Two trailers for you this weekend while Tinseltown is sleeping. MY SALINGER YEAR written and directed by Philippe Falardeau and based on a book by Joanna Smith Rakoff, should be out in Canada October 23rd and parts of Europe this November after opening this year's Berlinale. Starring Sigourney Weaver, Margaret Qualley, Douglas Booth and Colm Feore, it is set In New York City's late nineties, revolving around a young aspiring writer who lands a clerical day-job at J.D. Salinger's literary agency. While her eccentric and old fashioned boss tasks her to process Salinger's voluminous fan mail, she struggles to find her own voice. 


BBC ROADKILL TRAILER
FOR NEW HUGH LAURIE SERIES
BBC has released a trailer for their new four part political TV series ROADKILL following Peter Laurence (Hugh Laurie), a self-made, forceful and charismatic politician. Peter’s public and private life seems to be falling apart - or rather is being picked apart by his enemies. As the personal
Roadkill will air sometime later this year on BBC, possibly later this month
revelations spiral, he is shamelessly untroubled by guilt or remorse, expertly walking a high wire between glory and catastrophe as he seeks to further his own agenda whilst others plot to bring him down. However events show just
Hugh Laurie leads the four part drama from David Hare
how hard it is, for both an individual and a country, to leave the past behind. With enemies so close to home, can Peter Laurence ever out-run his own secrets to win the ultimate prize? With Helen McCrory as the prime minister, the cast also includes Saskia Reeves, Millie Brady and Ophelia Lovibond. It starts October 18th on BBC One.

6 comments:

  1. These both look great, but the first one takes the win for me. :)

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    1. I think I will watch the first one myself.

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  2. I agree. First one for me. I think Hugh needs to leave his hair salt and pepper. That dark color is not a good look for him at his age. Yes, I’m sure it was dyed for the role, but it just looks ridiculous.

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    1. I was never a fan of him nor his acting to be honest. I do think that McCrory looks surprisingly nice in this one.

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  3. I've only seen him in House. I did like that show a lot. But, it doesn't give me an idea of his range as an actor since that's all I can compare him to.

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    1. That is his only range, deary, he is always like that ever since Monthy Pyton.

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