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Producers are The Picture Company’s Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman, who recently teamed up with Fox and Cross for their “Escape From New York” remake and attached Robert Rodriguez to directing. “Escape From New York” has been in the works at the studio since 2015, when Fox obtained the remake rights.
Fox beat out several other bidders for the “Inside” project in an auction that was conducted by UTA. Mike Ireland is the Fox executive on “Inside.”
“Inside” is set within a modern-day secure facility that’s home to mythological creatures along with a man who’s been unjustly imprisoned. It’s described as having the feel of “The Shawshank Redemption” but with a supernatural element.
Cross was one of Variety’s 2011 Ten Screenwriters to Watch. His credits »
- Dave McNary
Netflix has come on board BBC Two’s contemporary thriller Collateral as co-producer and will release globally outside the UK. As Deadline revealed last month, Carey Mulligan is starring in the David Hare created drama that explores the spiraling repercussions surrounding the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man. New cast includes John Simm (Life on Mars), Nicola Walker (Spooks) and Billie Piper (Doctor Who, Penny Dreadful). Set over the course of four days, the story… »
Tori Brazier reviews the second episode of Sherlock series four…
After the rather uneven opening episode of Sherlock series four, Sunday’s ‘The Lying Detective’ managed to provide its audience, on the whole, with what we came to expect of the show in earlier series: namely a clever and more coherent plot which, although acting as a bridge between first and last episodes (so soon!), had its own pacing, tension and resolution within this episode. Throw in villain Toby Jones and his maniacal glee, plus a couple of genuine and well-executed shocks, and even ardent Sherlock fans should be satisfied. If you’ve not yet seen the most recent episode, read no further as key plot details will be covered!
‘The Lying Detective’ started off, as of old, with a peek into the crime and criminal: a teaser of what’s coming Sherlock’s way, if you will. Dubiously slimy »
- Tori Brazier
The actor on growing old happily, not being a morning person and eating lemons covered in salt
London-born Nicola Walker, 46, starred in the BBC drama Spooks from 2003 to 2011. In 2013, she won an Olivier award for her role in The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time; last year she starred on Broadway in A View From The Bridge. Her recent television work includes Last Tango In Halifax, River and Unforgotten, which recently started a second series on ITV. She is married to the actor Barnaby Kay, has a son and lives in London.
When were you happiest?
As I get older, I get happier.
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- Rosanna Greenstreet
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