From the same team who brought us the Tom Hiddleston spy drama, The Little Drummer Girl looks like it's going to be rather special.
Park Chan-wook has directed all 6-hours of 'The Little Drummer Girl', from the team who brought us 'The Night Manager'.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE:</strong> John Le Carré spy drama <em>The Night Manager</em> is moving closer towards a second series after signing up-and-coming British writer Matthew Orton to pen The Ink Factory-produced series. I hear that Orton, who has penned a number of feature films for MGM and Fox, is writing new episodes of the BBC and AMC co-production. It comes after The Ink Factory co-founder Simon Cornwell, son of Le Carré author David Cornwell, said earlier this year that the producers were keen…
A second season of thriller series “The Night Manager” is in the works, the show’s production company The Ink Factory, and broadcasters AMC and the BBC have confirmed, while underscoring the point that it has yet to be greenlit. In a joint statement, the three companies said: “The Ink Factory, AMC and the BBC are... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/tv/global/the-night-manager-second-season-bbc-amc-1202005043/" title="Read ‘The Night Manager’: Second Season in ‘Early Development,’ BBC, AMC Confirm">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Adding another dimension to the rumours swirling around the future of the Bond series, it’s been reported that production company Eon may be lining up its first ever female director. According to the Radio Times, Susanne Bier, the Danish director who helmed hit BBC spy drama ‘The Night Manager’, is on the shortlist. Sources close to Eon and producer Barbara Broccoli are said to have Bier among a 'handful’ of other names to takeover from Sam Mendes, who successfully brought home both 'Skyfall’ and 'Spectre’ for the franchise.
After a huge amount of speculation over who’ll take the reigns as James Bond after Daniel Craig, it appears Tom Hiddleston is up for the challenge. Speaking in an interview with The Sunday Times after his lauded role in BBC’s ‘The Night Manager’, the Brit had a lot to say regarding the future of the James Bond franchise and any involvement he’d have. “Time magazine ran a poll and there were like, 100 actors on the list, including Angelina Jolie,” he recalled.