FREDDIE STROMA JOINS THE CAST OF SHONDA RHIMES’ ‘BRIDGERTON’ FOR NETFLIX

We are very pleased to announce that our Freddie Stroma has been cast as the role of Prince Friedrich in Shonda Rhimes’ upcoming series Bridgerton for Netflix.

Based on Julia Quinn’s best-selling series of novels, this feminist take on Regency England romance unveils the glittering, wealthy, sexual, painful, funny, and sometimes lonely lives of the women and men in London’s high society marriage mart. As told through the eyes of the powerful Bridgerton family.

Freddie will play the leading recurring role of the charming and chivalrous Prince Friedrich who causes quite a stir amongst the ladies when he arrives from Germany.

Produced by Shondaland, the eight episode series begun filming in June.

JESSICA SULA JOINS THE CAST OF LAUREN OLIVER’S ‘PANIC’ FOR AMAZON STUDIOS

We are thrilled to announce that our Jessica Sula has been cast as a series regular role in Panic, created and written by Lauren Oliver, for Amazon Studios.

Panic centres around a small town in America where every year the graduating seniors engage in a competition they believe is their one chance to escape. But this year, the rules have changed — and they must decide how much they are willing to risk in order to get out.

Jessica will play the role of Natalie, the Deputy Sheriff’s daughter, whose aspirations include moving to California and fulfilling her late mother’s dream of becoming an actress. This fuels her decision to join the potentially deadly competition and maybe leave the town forever.

Filming began earlier this month.

Sophie Simnett to star in TWIST opposite Michael Caine and Lena Headey

Our Sophie Simnett  has today been announced to star in the Feature Film TWIST, a modern adaption of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist.

She will star opposite Michael Caine, Lena Headey, Rita Ora, David Walliams and Rafferty Law.

The film is Directed by Martin Owen (Killers Anonymous) and is being Produced by Sky Cinema, with a planned theatrical release next year.

Sophie will also shortly be seen in the leading role of Sam in Netflix’s Daybreak, which drops on October 24th.

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SADIE SOVERALL JOINS THE CAST OF ‘FATE: THE WINX CLUB SAGA’

We are thrilled to announce that our Sadie Soverall has been cast as the series regular role of Beatrix in Netflix’s new upcoming series Fate: The Winx Club Saga.

Based on the successful animated series, Fate: The Winx Club Saga follows the coming-of-age journey of five unlikely friends attending Alfea, a magical boarding school in the Otherworld where they must learn to master their magical powers while navigating love, rivalries and the monsters that threaten their very existence.

Brian Young (The Vampire Diaries, Kyle XY) serves as showrunner and executive produces with Judy Counihan and Kris Thykier of Archery Pictures (Riviera, The State).

Showrunner Brian Young stated “I know I’m a writer, but words truly cannot describe how excited we are to be bringing Fate: The Winx Saga to life with these incredible actors.”

Filming for the Netflix original series has begun.

DAVID MAKES MAN, WITH JORDAN BOLGER, PREMIERES TO RAVE REVIEWS

DAVID MAKES MAN, which stars our Jordan Bolger, premiered last night in the US.

The series, created by Oscar Winner Tarell Alvin McCraney and Produced by Oprah and Michael B Jordan, has had rave reviews, with a selection below.

“David Makes Man emerges as one of the most innovative television shows debuting this year.​” New York Times

“viewers seeking a well-told story about life among economically struggling people of color, one still too rarely told, will soon enough be able to count themselves lucky too.” Variety

“its poignant humanism, a potent mixture of gritty clarity and a dreamlike nostalgia for childhood and the past, is something distinctive.” Hollywood Reporter

“Something as simple as a song on the radio can tell you that you’re not a nobody.  Something as simple as a TV show can do the same thing, particularly when a character like David is still such a rarity in a universe with 500-plus scripted TV shows — and when the show is as good as David Makes Man.” Rolling Stone

“David Makes Man is a stirring portrait of Black boyhood” Time

“brought to vivid life by a strong cast and director Michael Francis Williams’ enthralling visual design. Grand, intimate, and pressing, there’s a lot to admire” IndieWire

“David Makes Man transcends expectations. It transcends genre. It just… transcends. One of the most transcendent stories on television this year.” Paste

“a gorgeous, attention-grabbing new series” TV Guide

“It’s a powerful ode to the many different types of bonds we form — with friends and family members, with teachers and classmates; even with people who are no longer here” Them

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