Gangs of London, la première série TV de Gareth Evans, est en tournage
par Davide Abbatescianni
- Cette série qui suscite beaucoup d'impatience s'inscrit dans l'accord de production de 220M € signé par Sky et HBO ; diffusion prévue pour l'année prochaine
Cet article est disponible en anglais.
After the success of his latest work, Apostle, a period horror film released on Netflix two months ago, Welsh director Gareth Evans is now working on his new project, a ten-episode TV series entitled Gangs of London. Evans will direct five of the episodes and is the creator of the series along with cinematographer Matt Flannery, here making his debut as a show writer. The other confirmed series directors are French filmmaker Xavier Gens (Cold Skin [+lire aussi :
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Gangs of London is a thriller series revolving around the power struggle that ensues when a criminal kingpin is assassinated, creating a power vacuum that causes international gangs to battle for control of the modern-day London underworld. Recently, Kingston upon Thames-born actor Joe Cole (A Prayer Before Dawn [+lire aussi :
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Hugh Warren (In the Dark) is producing the series in association with Thomas Benski (Payday) and Lucas Ochoa (One More Time) for British outfit Pulse Films, Jane Featherstone (Utopia) for independent production company Sister Pictures and Gabriel Silver (Clique) for Sky Original Productions. Gangs of London is set to air on Sky in the UK and Cinemax in the USA next year. Filming is now under way in London.
(Traduit de l'anglais)
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