Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight is keeping its secrets of the hit crime show's final season close to his chest.
The Irish actor looked every inch the dapper Brummie gangster as filming resumed for the sixth and final series in Liverpool.
Stephen Graham has been talked about as potential dream casting for the BBC crime drama for years.
The creator of Peaky Blinders has said that a movie around the Shelby family is 'a strong possibility'.
Peaky Blinders creator Stephen Knight reveals that Snoop Dogg, A$AP Rocky and even Brad Pitt have asked for cameos.
Have we reached peak Peaky Blinders? It certainly feels that way as Steven Knight’s retro gangster romp returns with a promotion to BBC One and amid Game of Thrones-levels of hype.With everyone getting their flat-caps in a twist ahead of the show’s fifth series, the pressure’s on then. But Peaky Blinders is more than up to the challenge. It arrives with a swagger and an opening montage that sees anti-hero Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) doing what he’s best at: clopping on a horse in stylised slow motion as Nick Cave croons “Red Right Hand”.
Ahead of its fifth series, Steven Knight says 'Peaky Blinders' always ensures that the consequences of violence are felt by the characters.
Helen McCrory has branded the new series of Peaky Blinders 'disgustingly violent', and said that she had to look away during some scenes.
Cillian Murphy has shut down claims that he could be the next James Bond because he thinks the iconic role should go to a woman.The Peaky Binders star, who plays Tommy Shelby in the BBC show, was hotly tipped to take over Daniel Craig’s spot as the new 007, joining a list of rumoured contenders which also includes James Norton and Richard Madden.But, speaking to The Guardian, the 43-year-old admitted he has other ideas. He said: “The thing about it is, if you say anything about Bond it becomes the headline, right?“There’s two things I’ll say about that. Firstly, there’s a whole other industry which is completely separate from the film side of things, and that’s the bookies. He added: “The second thing I’d say is that I think it should be a woman, which rules me out.”The English actress Lashana Lynch has reportedly been cast as a new 007, but her character will appear alongside Craig’s Bond, having taken over his code name, rather than replace him.[[gallery-0]] Previous contenders rumoured to be in the running to play the iconic super-spy include Idris Elba and Tom Hiddleston.Filming for the 25th Bond film, which is using the working title Shatterhand, has so far taken place on location in Jamaica, Norway and Italy, and at Pinewood Studios in the UK.Earlier this year, Craig was forced to spend two weeks recovering from an ankle injury sustained while filming. Despite this, the film is still slated for release in April 2020.The 25th Bond film will be directed by Cary Fukunaga and will be Craig's fifth and final outing as the super spy.Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright and Rory Kinnear will all return to the series, while Rami Malek will make his Bond debut as a villain.
American viewers aren't the only ones as the actors still struggle with the dialect too, admits Steven Knight.
Be prepared for “shocks and surprises to come,” said Peaky Blinders creator and writer Steven Knight at tonight's packed-house London premiere of the gangster epic’s 5th season. “It gets better and better,” Knight promised an enthusiastic crowd -- some of whom came dressed in 1920s garb to the highly sought-out event. Peaky will return to […]
The BBC's Brummie crime drama 'Peaky Blinders' has been accused of using violent iconography to promote 'regressive masculine ideals'.