The legendary stage and screen actor played a leading role in selecting the stamp that celebrates his 70-year career. TORONTO, Oct. 13, 2021 /CNW/ - Canada Post is proud to pay tribute to one of the world's most distinguished actors, Christopher Plummer (1929-2021). In a career that spanned seventy years,...
The second season of the drama series Departure is now streaming on Peacock. The series stars Archie Panjabi and the late Christopher Plummer in his final role. ComingSoon caught up with Panjabi, who discussed her personal connection with the Knives Out star. “He was wonderful to us. I tell most...
Departure’s Archie Panjabi Reflects on Working With ‘Charming’ Christopher Plummer in His Final Role: ‘He Was Magnetic’
They say you should never meet your heroes, but Archie Panjabi did — and he exceeded her “expectations.”. “There are a lot of great actors, but there are, in my opinion, very few actors that have the power to completely mesmerize when they’re on the screen. And I think [Christopher Plummer] was one of those actors that had that gift,” the actress, 49, exclusively told Us Weekly while promoting season 2 of Departure. “When he spoke on screen, he was so enigmatic. You just wanted to listen to every word he said with that beautiful voice and twinkle in the eye. His diction was absolutely perfect. He just had a quality about him that was magnetic. And I think any role that you see in all the films that he’s done he just stands out.”
"Departure" is Christopher Plummer's final TV role since his death aged 91 on February 5, 2021, and it was released on Peacock on August 5.
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[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Season 2 of Departure.]. Another season of Departure, another massive crash for Kendra Malley (Archie Panjabi) to investigate. This one takes her to the site of a train accident, with a new team, but two key men in her life — potential love interest Dom (Kris Holden-Reid) and the mentor who betrayed her, Howard (the late Christopher Plummer) — still in her ear helping her out.
Departure. Available now on Peacock.com. This is an odd review (and the first one in the comments to say "they're all odd" will immediately get his or her teeth slapped out by the Reason Rapid Response Team) of an odd show. The Canadian-made suspense-mystery Departure first aired on Tundra TV or whatever they call it up there in 2019 and practically nobody saw it—even though it starred Archie Panjabi and Christopher Plummer, two of the most sinisterly alluring actors in the known universe—because the opening round of the Newfoundland Junior Buffalo-Chip-Flinging or something was airing that month.
The legendary actor filmed the second season of the international suspense drama before his death in February at age 91. Departure Season 2 premieres on Peacock on Aug. 5.
Departure Season 2: Archie Panjabi, Christopher Plummer Get Involved in Derailed Train Drama in Peacock Trailer
TSIB investigator Kendra Malley, having previously solved the mystery of a disappeared airliner, next digs into a suspiciously derailed train — as seen in the first trailer for Season 2 of Departure, which premieres Stateside on Peacock on Thursday, Aug. 5. Season 2 of the conspiracy series follows Malley (played...
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Canadian actor Christopher Plummer died earlier this year at age 91. He was celebrated in many parts of the world for his work on stage and in films. Most performers would have hung up their acting shoes by their tenth decade. Not Plummer. According to my friend Lois Farber, a longtime Plummer enthusast, the actor was in discussion with Stratford Festival stage director Des McAnuff to film King Lear in Newfoundland.