DISNEY'S NAUTILUS SERIES
COMPLETES ITS CREW
crew aboard! Disney
has completed its crew for their new ambitious adventure series NAUTILUS
which will, based on Jules Verne
's book, see Shazad Latif
behind the helm as Captain Nemo, an Indian Prince who is
|Shazad Latif will lead the cast as Nemo|
removed from his home, family and birthright and taken prisoner by the East India Mercantile Company. Focused only on revenge against those who have ruined his life, Nemo sets sail on the NAUTILUS
, aided by a ragtag bunch of sailors, and soon finds himself battling not only his enemies but also discovering a mindblowing underwater world. Georgia Flood
will play Humility Lucas, a privileged upper class product of the British Empire whom the crew of the Nautilus take hostage, while Thierry Frémont
will be Gustave Benoit, the submarine’s architect. Nemo’s crew will also include Pacharo Mzembe
as Boniface, a trader from Zanzibar; Arlo Green
as Turan, a poet from the Middle East; Tyrone Ngatai
as Kai, a Māori with a gentle heart; Ling
|Thierry Fremont, Georgia Flood and Andrew Shawi|
as Suyin, a mother separated from her children; Andrew Shaw
as Jiacomo, a mysterious man who speaks a language no-one else can recognize; Ashan Kumar
as Ranbir, an impressionable, young dreamer; Chum Ehelepola
as Jagadish, a rabble rouser; Céline Menville
|Chum Ehelepola, Arlo Green and Pacharo Mzembe|
Humility’s minder; and Kayden Price
as Blaster, a young boy desperately looking for a family to be part of. Damien Garvey
will play Director Crawley, a member of the ruthless East India Mercantile Company, who want to seize Nemo’s amazing submarine. The series will air next year on Disney Plus as their first UK original.
OUR HOUSE TV SERIES
ITV RELEASES FIRST TRAILER
has released first trailer for their new thriller series OUR HOUSE
starring Tuppence Middleton
and Martin Compston
as estranged husband and wife Fi and Bram Lawson and Rupert Penry Jones
|Our House four part series should start next month on ITV|
enigmatic Toby. The four part drama sees Fi arriving home to see strangers moving into her house and her husband Bram nowhere to be seen! The series will start March 7th.
Shazad Latif was good in Spooks. However, I am not fancy anything Disney, sorry :-/ReplyDelete
Hope it will be family friendly and not too woke, but I have a feeling it will be.Delete
Neither of these scream out to me today. Whenever I see a submarine on TV, I tend to start breathing heavy. After reading the Lusitania, my fear of them has gotten worse. They're death traps!ReplyDelete
But it will be a luxurious steam punk submarine!Delete
I find Our House very intriguing with that thought of perfect strangers moving into your house in which you still live in.
This is odd. None of these characters (aside from Nemo and he was the villain) were in the original novelReplyDelete
Isn't it super bizarre when they take a character from a writer and totally change it? Where is there the respect for someone's work? I remember when Conan Doyle's estate sued Netflix for making Holmes a kind soul in Enola Holmes even though the very soul of the character is that he is wicked and sinister.Delete
I’ll tell you what is totally bizarre. When characters, out of the blue, begin to act totally out of character. Is what Weiss&Benioff did in order to end GOT. They destroyed characters, they destroyed arches, everything lost sense and meaning. Utter disrespect for Martin, his saga and us, the Thronie Community.Delete
I remember the Conan Doyle Estate suing Netflix, but did they win? There is another Enola Holmes coming up.
Talking about bizarre outcomes ad legal suit. A couple of years ago, Dame Olivia de Havilland, a 100-years-ol Hollywood gem, sued the producers of “Feud” because they had portrayed her as instrumental in the downfall of Joan Crawford. The judge’s dictamen was that since it was fiction, they could libel whomever they wanted (WTF?) But after The Crown’s maligning of people who are very much alive, it should not come as a surprise.
What the CD Estate protested against was Henry Caville’s portrait of Sherlock as an emotional man. According to books, Holmes is a cold fish, unemotional, his brain ruled by sheer logic
Yes, that is something that happens often not just on film, but in modern books too, implausible and illogical changes of characters.Delete
I remember the Havilland case, I'm still very emotional about it, it still hurts me deeply that they would do that to such an old actress, and the way that little prick talked to her in media after she sued, it was just fully disgusting and disrespectful. I still don't watch anything from that moron.
They also did the same to that female Russian chess player who was offended by THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT as someone who gained success because she was flirty, even though that was not true and even though the point of the show WAS to portray women as good chess players. And she is a freaking real person who fought to achieve success only to be demeaned by the show whose producers think they have the right to do that. That is America for you. I could literally do a biopic on you and portray you as a let's say, a right wing racist blue smurf who likes to kill elephants, and you will not be able to do anything about it.
I'm also emotional because I have worshipped DAme Olivia since I saw her in GWTW. The whole thing was so dismisdive and offensive. Are we talking about Ryan Murphy ("little prick")? Since he became a sort of gay icon he's grown too full of himself, and he's just anoter overrated little twatDelete
Yes, that is the twat prick, we don't say his name publicly anymore. We boo and spit on his name.Delete
I love lots of stuff from Disney, so we're interested in this.ReplyDelete
Hope it turns out good.Delete
I’ll pass on Disney, but Our House does has me curious to see how it all ends.ReplyDelete
It is possible she lost it while playing cards drunk and does not remember it, it can happen to anyone.... right? I remember when Lord Vulcan won Helena Bonham Carter on cards like that in Love is Gamble famous period set romance from our childhoods.Delete
Anything is possible!Delete