Thursday, February 10, 2022

BREAKING NEWS: DESTINY IS CRUEL, DESTINY IS ALL! NETFLIX RELEASES TRAILER AND AIRING DATE FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF THE LAST KINGDOM EPIC TV SERIES! BETA FILM PREPARING MINI SERIES ON 19TH CENTURY COUNTESS OF CASTIGLIONE

   THE LAST KINGDOM  
FINAL SEASON TRAILER
Destiny awaits March 9th which is when the fifth and final season of medieval series THE LAST KINGDOM arrives to Netflix and it seems it will be tragic for Uhtred at least judging by the trailer. After the final season you can also look forward to Seven Kings Must Die epic movie conclusion to the whole saga which started shooting last month.
 WHAT HAPPENS IN THE END
 Years have passed since the events of the last season, and 9th century King Edward (Timothy Innes) is still forging ahead with his ambitions to unite the Saxon Kingdoms to fulfill his late father’s dream. Although a long-
Alexander Dreymon returns as brave Uhtred
standing peace between Danes and Saxons now exists, that harmony is under threat. Not only by a new Danish invasion but a Saxon rebellion. Uhtred (Alexander Dreymon) has been entrusted with protecting Edward’s
Finan is always there next to his master and friend Uhtred
illegitimate son, the future King of England, Aethelstan. But the treacherous Lord Aethelhelm (Adrian Schiller) has ambitions for his grandson Aelfweard, Edward’s other son, to rule. We follow Uhtred as he faces his greatest enemies, and suffers immeasurable loss, on his quest towards
Millie Brady's character might die in the final season
fulfilling his destiny. Meanwhile, Edward treads a fine line between peace-keeper and authoritarian as he battles to bring together the fractured Kingdoms of the land. In a surprising twist of fate, Uhtred discovers that the
Brida is now the leader of the Saxon armies crazy with revenge
quest to unite England may well be linked to his own personal destiny. Eliza Butterworth returns as the queen mother, Arnas Fedaravicius and Mark Rowley as Uhtred's knights Sihtric and Finan, Ewan Mitchell as Osfert, with Emily Cox as evil Brida who is now the leader of the enemy armies.

 

 HISTORICAL MINI SERIES 
ON 19TH CENTURY WOMEN WHO CHANGED COURSE OF HISTORY
As Cineuropa reports, Italian Mompracem and Picomedia, French firm Thalie Images and Germany’s Beta Film will develop a TV miniseries looking back at women in the 19th century who played a leading role in
Countess of Castiglione will be the first heroine of the series
changing the course of history in Italy and Europe. The project will open a story about Virginia Oldoini, the ambitious and fierce COUNTESS OF CASTIGLIONE, an Italian patriot and fascinating spy sent to the court of Napoleon III in Paris, a ruthless and beautiful woman who shattered the court of Napoleon III with her charm and strength.

10 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

I suppose it's time for me to go catch up on the other seasons now that this one is about to wrap it all up. Idk who Brida is as I haven't gotten that far in, but good god her voice grated my nerves in the trailer.

DEZMOND said...

She is one of the most annoying characters ever, you want to drive a sword through her fugly face in every scene she is in. And a horrid actress as well.

Malena said...

Ohhh Virginia Oldoni has always fascinated me.

Angie's Recipes said...

Unfortunately, I am not a historical fan. We just finished Netflix The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window...it's quite entertaining.

DEZMOND said...

I have never heard of her before, so this is my first time hearing about her, but she sounds very interesting and judging from her photos, which she has a lot, a rather crazy and unique lady LOL

DEZMOND said...

I have read a number of positive comments on it so far, I might check it out sometime during summer when there is shortage of watching materials as I really love Tom Riley who loved our support at the very beginning of his career. A lovely chap and a cutie pie too.

Malena said...

I’m into queens and royal mistresses because they were the power women of their days. Oldoini was instrumental (in the bedroom) to convince Napoleon III to support the Unification of Italy. She also slept with the first king of Italy, so you can say she was quite patriotic. She was an influencer in the fields of politics, fashion, and photography.

DEZMOND said...

An exciting life for sure!

Jax said...

I haven’t heard of Virginia Oldoni before but consider me intrigued..

DEZMOND said...

A fun character she was.