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Have you spotted the hidden Marillion easter egg in new Gary Oldman spy thriller Slow Horses?

Slow Horses is one of the most talked-about TV shows of 2022. The first season of the Apple TV+ spy thriller, based on the novels by Mick Herron and starring Gary Oldman as a cranky, flatulent MI5 boss in charge of a group of misfit agents, has deservedly been on the business end of countless glowing reviews, with a second series already in the pipeline.
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64-Year-Old Gary Oldman Is Looking To Retire Soon

Gary Oldman’s role in the AppleTV+ show Slow Horses may be his last. The 64-year-old recently opened up about how he would love to continue working on the show for several seasons but afterward, he said he sees “retirement on the horizon.”. Gary loves his character on Slow...
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Gary Oldman says retirement from acting ‘is on the horizon’

Gary Oldman might just take his Oscar and run. The Academy Award-winning “Darkest Hour” actor — and two-time nominee — told Deadline in a recent interview, “Retirement is on the horizon. “Yeah. I can see it,” Oldman, 64, told the outlet, adding that if his...

Gary Oldman Considering Retiring from Acting

Legendary actor Gary Oldman (The Darkest Hour, Bram Stoker's Dracula) has revealed that he is considering retiring, per an interview with Deadline. Oldman can currently be seen in the Apple TV+ series Slow Horses, which served as the crux of the interview. While nothing is set in stone now, the actor did mention he sees retirement "on the horizon."

Gary Oldman Says ‘Slow Horses’ Might Be His Last Role: ‘Retirement is on the Horizon’

Click here to read the full article. Gary Oldman has played plenty of spies before, but his turn as Jackson Lamb on Apple TV+ still marks a first for him. The show is Oldman’s first serious television endeavor, and the longtime movie star certainly seems to be enjoying the medium. In a new interview with Deadline, Oldman emphasized that he had a blast starring in the adaptation of Mick Herron’s spy novel, comparing the role to the classic crime shows that he grew up watching on television. The actor always thought the stars of those shows were enjoying themselves, and now...

The Dark Knight Star Gary Oldman Says Retirement Is on the Horizon

Gary Oldman says that retirement is on the horizon for him. Deadline spoke to The Dark Knight star about his career. In their conversation, his work on Slow Horses came up and it seems the actor clearly loved this experience. However, Oldman did say that he knows he has more of his acting days behind him than in front of him. Specifically, the star argued, "So, if it were to go out with a bang, I mean, retirement is on the horizon. Yeah. I can see it." Now, before any alarm bells go off, he's not leaving the acting game effective immediately. But, it's clear this is something that Oldman has been thinking about for a long time now. It might be that the pandemic has a number of actors rethinking their lives, especially as it relates to family. Whatever the case, the Dark Knight star is already planting some small seeds so that fans aren't completely blindsided. Check out his full comments here.

Gary Oldman says "I love TV" after his Slow Horses experience: "I wish I’d discovered it years ago"

The Oscar-winning actors discusses the finale of his Apple TV+ spy series, telling Deadline: "What I loved about this experience is that you kind of get an opening night every Friday. You get to play a character in multiple dynamics and multiple situations. I love that. II love long form and I love TV and I watch everything, and I wish I’d discovered it years ago." Why didn't he? "Oh, I don’t know, I mean, I always thought that Peter Falk was having fun, you know, when I used to watch Columbo," says Oldman. "I thought he’s having a good time. I’m very grateful and lucky, I think, for the opportunity to be able to be in something and I think be in something with this much pedigree, so it seemed right."

Gary Oldman On ‘Slow Horses’ Finale, Retirement, Peter Falk, & Why He Loves TV

Click here to read the full article. SPOILER ALERT: This article contains details of the Slow Horses season finale.  EXCLUSIVE: “You know, to be able to sort of wrap it all up playing Jackson Lamb, I would consider myself very honored and very lucky to be able to do that,” says Gary Oldman of his disheveled Slow Horses role and the potential end of his long and acclaimed acting career. “I would never say never,” the Oscar winner added of making AppleTV+’s adaption of Mick Herron’s MI5 novels his swan song. Having already filmed a second Dead Lions season, based on Herron’s...

Gary Oldman Is Talking About Retirement, And We're Not Ready

Gary Oldman is one of the best actors out there. The Academy Award-winning actor has graced us with his work in films and TV series like "The Dark Knight," "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy," "The Darkest Hour," "Mank," "Bram Stoker's Dracula," and now the Apple TV+ series "Slow Horses." In the series, he plays Jackson Lamb, an older spy who isn't exactly happy about where he is in his career. He is the head of Slough House, the MI5 department that is sort of a holding house for spies who aren't so great at their jobs. You know, the ones who haven't don't well in their careers, or have made big mistakes. It's based on the Mick Herron novel of the same name.

‘Slow Horses’ Exclusive Clip: Gary Oldman Says It’s Time to “Get Used to Death”

Gary Oldman sure knows how to deliver a pep talk. The actor stars in Slow Horses, Apple TV+‘s drama about a group of MI5 agents and their leader, Jackson Lamb (Oldman). The show is finishing up its first season on the streamer, and Decider has an exclusive first look ahead of Friday’s finale episode. The sneak peek opens with Jackson and spy River Cartwright (Jack Lowden) as they take a drive while Jackson delivers a heavy dose of realism to his young team member. “Count yourself lucky,” he tells a clearly dejected River, who replies unconvincingly, “yeah, lucky me,” and sighs as...