THE RINGS OF POWER SERIES
ADS EIGHT TO SEASON 2
After the first season broke all records scoring astounding 100 million viewers from all corners of the world, the most expensive series ever and the most beautiful one of the year behind us THE RINGS OF POWER is preparing the second season and after the new names added to the cast last week, they have now added eight more: Oliver Alvin-Wilson, Stuart Bowman, Gavi Singh Chera, William Chubb, Kevin Eldon, Will Keen, Selina Lo, and Calam Lynch have join the series, which is currently shooting the second season in the UK. As Deadline reports, one of them will play elf Círdan, who carries one of the three rings forged by Celebrimbor until he surrenders it to Gandalf, and some of them might play the other ring-bearers, including Dwarf-kings and Nazgûl.
VIAPLAY'S MUNCH MOVIE
ON THE SCREAM PAINTER
Nordic streamer Viaplay which is now available in UK as well, has announced MUNCH movie on the famous painter Edvard Munch and his The Scream painting.
Out January 27th in cinemas and two months later on the streamer, the film will see him depicted across four stages in his life by a quartet of Norwegian actors Alfred Ekker Strande, Mattis Herman Nyquist, Ola G. Furuseth and Anne Krigsvoll. The film opens with the story of Munch’s first love, before showing the controversy around one of his early exhibitions. Munch’s admission to a psychiatric clinic will also be covered, where he is forced to make the biggest decision of his life, before the film relates the artist’s battle to save his works from the Nazis during World War II as death draws near.
|Crazy gorgeous Mattis Herman Nyquist will also star|
THE FLATSHARE SERIES
IS STREAMING ON PARAMOUNT
I kinda missed this one's premiere date thanks to their godawful marketing, but it is already available for streaming over at Paramount + as their first British
original. THE FLAT SHARE is a series adaptation of Beth O'Leary's best selling book inspired by a period in her own life.
|The Flatshare is available on Paramount +|
The romantic comedy follows two 30-somethings who share a small flat in London even though they have never actually met each other. As hospice nurse Leon (Anthony Welsh) works nights, while online journalist Tiffany (Jessica Brown Findlay who just gave birth to twin sons last week) has regular hours, they have devised a system by which they will never need to be home at the same time. That's how they manage to sleep in the same bed each day without even knowing what the other looks like, communicating only though sticky notes left during the other's time in the flat.