DJANGO EPIC TV SERIES
FIRST PHOTOS FROM THE SET!
we're nearing September we will be talking more about the new series currently in production or soon to air, and today we're treating you with the first photos from DJANGO
ten part period set series which is currently
|Matthias Schoenaerts takes the title role in the new series|
shooting over in Romania with Matthias Schoenaerts
in the lead! The series set in the 19th century will be one of the most expensive ones this season. Noomi Rapace
will be Elizabeth, a powerful and merciless enemy of
|Noomi Rapace is powerful lady Elizabeth in the new series|
John Ellis (Nicholas Pinnock
Along with his fiancee Sarah, John Ellis is the founder of New Babylon,
a city of outcasts which welcomes everyone from any background, race or
creed. Lisa Vacari
will play Sarah, who is also
|The series will air in ten hourlong episodes|
Django's lost daughter. Our dear Tom Austen
will also star next to Jyuddah Jaymes, Eric Kole
and Benny Opoku Arthur
, who will play John Ellis’ three sons! Django finally finds Sarah in New Babylon after the rest of his
|Nicholas Pinnock is Django's possible new son in law|
family was slaughtered eight years earlier. Gaining John Ellis’
hostility, he insists he must stay, arguing the city is in danger. Sarah
fears, however, that
|Lisa Vacari is Sarah, Django's lost daughter|
his very presence in itself puts New Babylon in
jeopardy. The series will air on Sky
's channels in Europe and on Canal +
in France, Switzerland, Benelux.
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI
DOMINIC COOPER, SAM RILEY AND MORFYDD CLARK CAST
of period set projects, Deadline reports that our new Elven queen Galadriel Morfydd Clark
will play THE DUCHESS OF MALFI
in a new movie adaptation of John Webster
's play which will also star Dominic Cooper, Sam Riley, Freddie Fox
and Frank Dillane.
To shoot in
|The Duchess of Malfi will shoot this November in Italy|
November in Italy, it follows the recently widowed Duchess who falls in love with her steward Antonio. Their union sets in motion a conflict with her cruel and vengeful brothers, the Cardinal and Ferdinand, who enlist the spy Bosola to keep her from escaping their control.
All of the pictures of the cast in Django have a very confused expression on their faces. I hope that's not telling of what's to come!ReplyDelete
LOL, I didn't even notice that until you pointed it out. Why are they so confused!?Delete
lol, I don't know but it doesn't make me want to watch it!!Delete
Well you'd be confused and stressed out too if ya lived in Wild West, Geez Louise :)Delete
Jason likes a good western, so I'm sure he'll want to watch Django.ReplyDelete
Hope somebody buys it for USADelete
Django is not my cup of tea, but THE DUCHESS OF MALFI sounds quite entertaining.ReplyDelete
I'm interested in the Duchess myself, I do love me a good costume drama. I remember reading the play at college at it was a rather weird one.Delete
I would love to watch the duchess of malfi! Every Sunday's mornings are "western time" in our TVs. I used to love western series when i was a kid but i dont like them Now.ReplyDelete
Yes, I remember Turkish Westerns when we were little, Winetou was shot there, methinks.Delete
love your post :)ReplyDelete
have a nice day
Have a nice weekend and thanks for visiting.Delete
True that, the prettiest of them all!Delete
I’m looking forward to Django (I used to like spaghetti westerns) but I’m afraid it may lead me back to my old Far West obsession, and here in America there are cable channels that deal only with westerns so it’s easy to get me hooked in the genre. I wonder which steaming service will get hold of it.ReplyDelete
Going back to our chat back there, In the early 80s Gere was The Heartthrob, but I never fell for him in movies like” Officer and a Gentleman” or “American Gigolo. I got to like him only at the turn of the century (Red Corner, 1997, to be more exact) when I realized he was a good actor. Depp on the other hand, although I loved his movies, he always strikes me as an overgrown teenager.
You must watch “The Undoing” It’s superb from the acting to the scenery, New York in autumn is when it looks more beautiful.
Your evaluation of El Cid shows that it’s not historical inaccuracies that is murdering Spanish period piece, but its scripts that make no sense.
We must be truly desperate LOL. You watching “The Moonstone (I like Wilkie Collins, but it was tedious) and me using my month-free Amazon subscription to re-watch “Endeavour”.
There are quite a few Westerns in production currently. Epix, Acorn and Sundance used to buy Sky's series before, so it could be one of them. Did you catch Domina on Epix? It is the only of the new epic shows that I want continued actually.Delete
Moonstone was horrid, but it had two really hot hunks to soothe the eyes on LOL
There are few streaming services and Premium channels that i don't subscribe too: EPIX being one of them. I got to see Belgravia because Epix was free fo like a month at the onset of the pandemic. I don't regret not watching Domina. The clips show tipical damsel in distress subject to patriarchal whims discovering MeToo feminism in early Rome. My Livia comes from Suetonius and Tacitus and will always look like Dame Sian Phillips.Delete
No, she was rather powerful, it is Gaius who depends on her not the other way around. It was not the best of shows, but the cast was great and I would love to see Kasiya leading some new shows in the future. It did have the black woman story, though, but you cannot escape that these days.Delete