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Former Hollyoaks actor Barry Sloane is to star in ITV's new crime thriller Dci Banks: The Aftermath. The 29-year-old, best known for playing twisted Niall Rafferty on the Channel 4 soap, will be seen in the role of roguish father Jackie Wray in the forthcoming two-part drama. As announced in March, Dci Banks: The Aftermath is based on a best-selling detective novel written by Peter Robinson and features Wild At Heart star Stephen Tompkinson in its lead part. Charlotte Riley, Andrea Lowe and Samuel Roukin are also in the cast. The story centres around a challenging investigation that follows after police discover a horrific scene at a house. Tompkinson's (more) »
- By Daniel Kilkelly
I've been shouting it from the rooftops for the past couple of years ... we need more monster movies, man! Zombies and slashers are way cool, but my heart will forever belong to creatures of all shapes and sizes. A new indie flick called Bleak Sea from director Giacomo Cimini is looking to gnash some new teeth, and we've got the promotional trailer and early sales art!
The trailer you see below will be shown at the Cannes Film Festival as a means to get backers interested in financing the feature film project. Dig on the log line: "At the height of the Cold War, in the depths of the North Sea, a British submarine in search of an elusive Soviet weapon will find a far more terrifying enemy lurking in the deep."
Check out the details as per Undead Backbrain:
Produced by Cimini and Tommaso Colognese, the film project has »
- Uncle Creepy
2 items from 2010
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