John Malkovich and Rupert Grint are to star in the BBC’s latest Agatha Christie adaptation. The pair will star in Sarah Phelps’ adaptation of The ABC Murders, Christie’s classic 1936 title which will be produced for Mammoth Screen and Agatha Christie Limited drama for BBC One.
BT customers can now sign up for the ISP’s recently announced ‘BT Plus’ package which includes a guaranteed ‘Keep Connected’ promise that will see users sent a 4G mini hub if their fixed-line broadband suffers an outage.
In MotherFatherSon Gere will play Max, a charismatic self-made American businessman with media outlets in London and around the world. He’ll be joined by Helen McCrory as Kathryn, a British heiress who has been estranged from Max following the breakdown of their marriage some years before.
Blethyn is joined in the first episode by an ensemble cast which includes former Doctor Who star Peter Davison, James Atherton (Coronation Street, Porters), Jodie McNee (Britannia, Little Boy Blue), Adrian Lukis (Collateral, The Crown) and Paul Kaye (Game of Thrones, Three Girls).
Leave No Trace, is the latest haunting film from Debra Granik (the Academy Award-nominated Winter’s Bone, Stray Dog, Down To The Bone), a moody, mysterious and mesmerizing exploration of an unexpected existence on the edge.
Called 4G Assure, the product works by connecting a mobile broadband dongle to the existing Business Smart Hub and using software to proactively detects when the customer’s fixed broadband connection has been lost and switch to 4G.
Starting in 1848, the third instalment of the lavish drama will depict a turbulent and uncertain time for both Europe and the monarchy. With revolutions on the continent and the Chartist movement reaching its peak in London, Victoria is under pressure from the government to leave London for her own safety.