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New project alert! Julian is part of the the three-part miniseries adaptation of Little Women for BBC One and PBS. He will play as John Brooke, Laurie Laurence’s (Jonah Hauer-King) earnest and intelligent tutor. Filming has already begun last month in Ireland.

Lionsgate has come on board to handle worldwide distribution outside the U.S. and UK on BBC One and Playground Entertainment’s Little Womenadaptation that’s co-produced with Masterpiece on PBS. The three-part mini has also added cast including Dylan Baker, Julian Morris and Mark Stanley.

They join the previously set Angela Lansbury, Emily Watson and Michael Gambon as well as the four young actresses playing the March sisters, Maya Hawke, Willa Fitzgerald, Annes Elwy and Kathryn Newton.

The coming-of-age story based on Louisa May Alcott’s classic is set against the backdrop of the Civil War, and follows the four sisters on their journey from childhood to adulthood. With the help of their mother Marmee, while their father is away at war, the girls navigate what it means to be a young woman.

Source: Deadline




Mark your calendars! The two-part LGBT drama, Man in an Orange Shirt, is set to premiere on July 31st, 9pm on BBC Two.

Created by Patrick Gale, Man In An Orange Shirt tells two gay love stories, set sixty years apart, which are linked by family, and by a painting that holds a secret that echoes down the generations. Gale described the project as being “two hour long films”, one in the 1940s/1950s and one in the present day. The first love story is made impossible by pressures from society, while the second is nearly derailed by the long-term fall-out from the 1940s story.

The two-parter, which was originally commissioned for BBC One, is produced by Kudos and stars Vanessa Redgrave, David Gyasi, Joanna Vanderham, Julian Morris, Oliver Jackson Cohen, James McArdle, Laura Carmichael, Julian Sands, Angel Coulby, Charlie Wernham, Tommy Bastow and James Godden. The executive producers are Diederick Santer for Kudos and Lucy Richer for the BBC. It is produced by Lisa Osborne and directed by Michael Samuels.

Source: TVWise




Buy your tickets for the premiere of Man in an Orange Shirt on July 11th by visiting the BFI Southbank website. There will be a Q&A with director Michael Samuels, writer Patrick Gale, executive producer Diederick Santer, and Julian after the premiere.

In his first screen drama, best-selling British novelist Patrick Gale tells two gay love stories, 60 years apart. Linked by family and by a painting that holds a long-kept secret, Man in an Orange Shirt charts the challenges and changes to gay lives from WWII to the present day. Airing as a central part of the BBC’s forthcoming Gay Britannia season, this two-part drama also stars Laura Carmichael, Angel Coulby, Frances de la Tour, Julian Sands and Adrian Schiller.




Check out the official trailer for the second and final season of Hand of God. All ten-episodes will be launched exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on March 10th.

Created and written by Ben Watkins (Burn Notice), Hand of God returns with Golden Globe winner Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), starring as Judge Pernell Harris. The hard-living, law-bending king of San Vicente, “Judge Maximum” has finally hit bottom as he faces trial for the murder of a cop. While his visions and the ghost of his son will slowly lead Pernell through a conspiracy that is bigger than he could have imagined, they will threaten his relationship with his wife and everything he holds dear. This season, Judge Maximum must fight on two fronts—to restore his sanity and gain his freedom.




Julian will star as Adam in the BBC drama, Man in an Orange Shirt. The casting details and an official synopsis were released today. Looking forward to this project!

Casting for the drama was announced today, with Redgrave and young actress Joanna Vanderham cast to play the same role, 60 years apart.

The series will also star Julian Morris (New Girl), James McArdle (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), , Oliver Jackson Cohen (Mr Selfridge) and David Gyasi (Interstellar).

Further cast includes Laura Carmichael (Downton Abbey), Julian Sands (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Killing Fields), Angel Coulby (Merlin), Charlie Wernham (Bad Education), Tommy Bastow (Angus Thongs & Perfect Snogging), and newcomer James Godden.

A synopsis explains: “Two love stories, sixty years apart, chart the challenges and huge change to gay lives from the Second World War to the present: In 1944, British Army Captain Michael Berryman (Cohen) meets war artist Thomas March (McArdle) in Southern Italy while chaos reigns all around them.

“Despite having a young fiancé, Flora (Vanderham), waiting at home for him, straight-laced Michael finds himself falling for Thomas’ bohemian charms.

“In 2017, an ageing Flora (Redgrave) looks on as her grandson, Adam (Morris), tentatively forms a relationship with his client Steve (Gyasi) in a more accepting world.

“But while the external obstacles have fallen away, a minefield of internalised issues and dangerous temptations still line the road to happiness.”

Source: PinkNews