Halo of Stars Emm2018
Based on the book 'Clown'; the story takes place in a circus environment between the clown and his youngest daughter. The film should contain magic, loss of love, but also a happy ending.
Tell It To The Bees Lydia Weekes2018
The story chronicles a lesbian romance in 1950s Britain between a single mother who is dealing with the breakdown of her marriage, and a doctor, returning to her small hometown to take over her late-father’s practice.
We finally updated the gallery with screencaps of Holly as the mesmerizing Maria in Tulip Fever!! Her character was so good, that I wished she had more screen time as it definitely stood out from the rest of the movie. See the screencaps and scenes over the following links:
As announced through Holliday‘s agency and IMDB, Holly will join the cast of ‘Patrick Melrose’, Cumberbatch, Allison Williams, Hugo Weaving and many more. She will play Bridget Watson Scott. For now, here goes the novel synopsis for a little intel:
The story unfolds over a day and evening at the family’s château in Lacoste, France. The nanny has recently died and 5-year old Patrick is left to his own devices while his parents prepare for a dinner party that evening. Two couples are expected for dinner: Victor Eisen, a 57-year old socially inept but well-respected philosopher and his live-in girlfriend, Anne Moore, an American journalist who doesn’t quite see the appeal of British aristocracy; and Nicholas Pratt, a thrice divorced 43-year old Brit with grand social aspirations and his 20-year old girlfriend of the moment, Bridget Watson-Scott, whose taste runs to purple miniskirts, black suede cowboy jackets with tassels and matching cowboy boots. Three couples representing six colorful characters and one child in a French château make for one terrifying drama in this 197-page novel.
The series, co-starring Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger, follows Cormoran Strike, a P.I. who uses his Army experience to help crack extra mysterious cases in London and beyond. This adaptation will bring to the screen all three Strike novels, which Rowling wrote under the pen name Robert Galbraith. HBO had previously announced that it had picked up U.S. distribution rights, but Monday’s announcement signaled that the series would be part of a new revamped Cinemax lineup.