admin / November 11th, 2018

Collider – Loki’s not gone for good, folks. Word broke in September that Disney was making big plans for the good people at the Disney-owned Marvel Studios to be a part of Disney’s upcoming streaming service. Those plans were rumored to include a standalone Loki series with Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as the love-to-hate-him MCU character, and today Disney confirmed this is indeed the plan. Details are scant, but Disney said a live-action series centered around Loki, starring Tom Hiddleston, will debut on the streaming service—which now has a name: Disney+

When word first broke about these standalone series in September, the reports were that these shows were being envisioned as extensions of the existing MCU and could be limited or miniseries runs consisting of just a handful of episodes each, telling a complete story. That would gel with the busy schedules of actors like Hiddleston while also letting fans experience a movie-level MCU story in more of a longform format.

These Disney+ shows will differ from previous Marvel shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.LD. and Daredevilin one key regard: Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will oversee the Disney+ Marvel shows, while the Netflix and ABC Marvel shows were overseen by Marvel TV’s Jeph Loeb. So don’t worry, we’re not in for another Inhumans-level disaster.

Other MCU actors rumored for their own standalone series include Elizabeth Olsen, who could get a limited Scarlet Witch run, and Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan who might be leading a Falcon/Winter Soldier series. The only show that has been confirmed is this Loki one for now, even though we still don’t know who’s writing, producing, or directing it.

That said, as Disney aims to launch Disney+ at the end of next year, they’re looking to bank as much content as possible that’ll be available when it launches. The live-action Star Wars show The Mandalorian is already filming, and today Disney announced that a Rogue One prequel series starring Diego Luna is also in the works. This is all in addition to an animated Monsters Inc. series and a live-action High School Musical series, as well as original feature films like the live-action Lady and the Tramp.

Buckle up, folks. #PeakTV ain’t seen nothin’ yet.



admin / March 28th, 2016

Brilliant final episode of The Night Manager tonight. Here are Screen Captures. Really hope they renew for a second season, even if there is no second book.




admin / March 24th, 2016

I added pictures from The Night Manager Press Conference held in Los Angeles this Monday. Please credit if resposting these. Enjoy!



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admin / March 21st, 2016

Here’s the trailer for the final episode of The Night Manager, airing next Sunday on the BBC:



admin / March 21st, 2016

Good afternoon, everyone! I’ve added BluRay Screen Captures from last night’s episode of The Night Manager. I’ll be making caps of the previous episodes, if they look better than the current caps I have, I’ll replace them. For now, enjoy episode 5:


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admin / March 14th, 2016

A second season would be great, though the show is supposed to end along with the first book, so it’ll be an entirely new story. Via Variety

LONDON — The producers of BBC-AMC spy thriller “The Night Manager,” starring Tom Hiddleston, Olivia Colman and Hugh Laurie, are in talks with the U.K. broadcaster to greenlight a second season after stellar ratings in the U.K. for the new show.

The £20 million ($28.7 million) six-episode first season, which launches in the U.S. on AMC on April 19, has been attracting up to 8 million viewers to its Sunday evening slot on flagship channel BBC One. The adaptation of John Le Carré’s novel even beat the latest drama series from “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes, “Doctor Thorne.” Now it appears the public broadcaster wants more.

Talks with the lead producers, Le Carré’s sons Simon and Stephen Cornwell, for another six-episode season have reached “an advanced stage,” according to reports.

“The Night Manager” is the first television project to be produced by the Cornwells’ company, The Ink Factory, which was founded in 2010. The series is directed by Susanne Bier, who won an Oscar for “In a Better World,” and was adapted by David Farr. It was exec produced by the Cornwell brothers alongside Stephen Garrett, Farr and the BBC’s Polly Hill.

The series follows former British soldier Jonathan Pine (Hiddleston) who infiltrates the inner circle of arms dealer Richard Onslow Roper (Laurie) to uncover Roper’s unholy alliance with the West’s intelligence community.

The BBC and the Ink Factory would not confirm that talks for a second season were ongoing.

The show has been licensed around the world. Rights holders include Tele München Gruppe for German-speaking Europe, with Amazon Prime taking SVOD rights; C More and TV4 for the Nordic territories, excluding Denmark, where DR has the rights; Sky Italia for Italy; BBC First and SBS for Australia; TV3 for New Zealand; and AMC International for Iberia, Eastern Europe, Russia, Asia (excluding Japan), Latin America, Africa and the Middle East.



admin / March 9th, 2016

The BBC is set to order a second series of John Le Carré’s The Night Manager, after the initial episodes of the broadcaster’s big-budget adaptation garnered huge audiences and rave reviews.

The corporation is understood to be in advanced talks with The Ink Factory, the production company run by two of Le Carré’s sons, for another series based on the characters featured in The Night Manager, marking the first time the author has allowed an adaptation that goes beyond the parameters of his original work.

Le Carré, real name David Cornwell, has written of his delight at the BBC’s £20 million adaptation of his 1993 novel, despite his initial surprise at a decision to change swathes of the book – including the ending, the setting, and the gender of a key character.
The author, who plays a cameo role in the series, wrote: “A lesser being such as myself might reasonably have responded: why not write your own bloody novel? With all those changes, what’s left of mine? And the answer, surprisingly, is: a great deal is left, more than I dared hope.”
The first episode of The Night Manager, which stars Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie, was watched by 8.3 million viewers. At more than £3 million an hour, the drama is 50 per cent more expensive than the corporation’s lavish adaptation of War and Peace, and is thought to be the costliest production in its history.

Details of the planned second series are scarce, but sources close to Le Carré said that he had not written a follow-up novel, and it is not known who will pen material for any future episodes. The author’s next published work will be his memoirs, The Pigeon Tunnel, which will be released in September.

Speaking before the release of the first series, Simon Cornwell, the son of the author and executive producer of the programme, said he “would love to do more with the BBC; but I don’t want to tempt fate with telling you what we have in the works”.
Asked at the time whether a second series was possible, he said: “It’s lovely idea but Le Carré has never allowed an adaptation that goes beyond the parameters of the original book. We’re not ruling it out, but we’re not ruling it in.”

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