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Loki and Dr. House together on the small screen

The film career of Tom Χίντλστον go to ultra for the same, special thanks…to the renown won by his role as Loki in the films Thor and the Avengers. Now, the 35-year-old English actor has decided to make a pass and from the small screen. More specifically, it’s about to star in a spy mini series of six episodes entitled “The Night Manager”.The new production will be screened on the BBC (Britain) and the AMC (USA) is based on the homonymous novel by John Le carré, one of the foremost contemporary English writers of espionage, who had indeed cooperation with the british secret services. Some of the most well-known films based on books is the Spy who came in from' cold”, “constant gardener,” “And the lot fell on Smiley” and the latest “The No. 1 wanted man”, starring prematurely lost Philip Seymour Hoffman. The series tells the story of a former British soldier and now night manager of a hotel in Europe (Χίντλστον), who is recruited by the secret services to infiltrate the network of a trafficker of arms. Another surprise is hiding behind the name, who plays the villain: Hugh Laurie, also known as Dr House.In accordance with the producer Stephen Garrett, the series will be essentially a thriller that focuses on the relationship between the two main heroes. The choice to eventually become “the Night Manager” series, and no film has to do with the inability to condense the story in the duration of a film. The series, which will premiere next April, was filmed in Britain, Switzerland, Morocco and Spain within 75 days.

The film career of Tom Χίντλστον go to ultra for the same, special thanks to…
the recognition earned from his role as Loki in the films Thor and the Avengers. Now, the 35-year-old English actor has decided to make a pass and from the small screen. More specifically, it’s about to star in a spy mini series of six episodes entitled “The Night Manager”.
The new production will be screened on the BBC (Britain) and the AMC (USA) is based on the homonymous novel by John Le carré, one of the foremost contemporary English writers of espionage, who had indeed cooperation with the british secret services. Some of the most well-known films based on books is the Spy who came in from the cold”, “constant gardener,” “And the lot fell on Smiley” and the latest “The No. 1 wanted man”, starring prematurely lost Philip Seymour Hoffman.

The series tells the story of a former British soldier and now night manager of a hotel in Europe (Χίντλστον), who is recruited by the secret services to infiltrate the network of a trafficker of arms. Another surprise is hiding behind the name, who plays the villain: Hugh Laurie, also known as Dr House.
In accordance with the producer Stephen Garrett, the series will be essentially a thriller that focuses on the relationship between the two main heroes. The choice to eventually become “the Night Manager” series, and no film has to do with the inability to condense the story in the duration of a film. The series, which will premiere next April, was filmed in Britain, Switzerland, Morocco and Spain within 75 days.

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