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Kristin Scott Thomas on ‘Slow Horses' and What She Found Challenging About Making Her First Series

If you’re a fan of spy series and Gary Oldman, I’ve got some great news to share: now streaming on Apple TV+ is Oldman’s new series, Slow Horses, and it’s absolutely worth your time. Based on Mick Herron’s best-selling novels and adapted for television by Will Smith (Veep), the series follows a team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping ground department of MI5 – Slough House. Oldman stars as Jackson Lamb, the brilliant but cantankerous leader of the spies who end up in Slough House due to their career ending mistakes. Loaded with fantastic performances, great dialogue, and storylines you normally don’t see in a spy series, Slow Horses is a welcome addition to the genre.
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‘Slow Horses,’ Starring Gary Oldman and Kristin Scott Thomas, Is a Spy Thriller That’s Best As a Spy Comedy: TV Review

Click here to read the full article. As anyone who’s even fleetingly dipped into the vast, storied genre of the British spy thriller can attest, there are a few different games afoot in “Slow Horses.” What looks at first like a story of restless, demoted spies finding their purpose gets quickly twisted up in MI5 politics. Then, a couple of hours into the six-episode season, the show tries to turn everything we thought we knew inside out. With its starry cast, handsome budget, and slick cinematography, the new Apple TV Plus drama (based on a Mick Herron novel and executive...
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Kristin Scott Thomas shows off grey hair at The Fashion Awards 2021

Kristin Scott Thomas arrived at the Royal Albert Hall for last night’s Fashion Awards in London (29 November 2021) and looked the epitome of chic. The Four Weddings and a Funeral actress opted for a demure black satin gown which she accessorised with a bejewelled silver clutch bag and sparkling drop earrings but it was her beauty look that really had fans swooning.

Kristin Scott Thomas Has Embraced the Silver Hair Trend

These days, no red carpet is complete without at least one chic gray hairstyle to get the flashbulbs popping. Kristin Scott Thomas did the honors at the Fashion Awards 2021, arriving at the Royal Albert Hall on November 29 with her hair in an elegant pale blonde bob, swept into a side part to emphasize the silver streaks at her hairline.

John Malkovich, Kit Clarke, Kristin Scott Thomas to Star in Rupert Everett’s ‘Lost and Found in Paris’

Actor and filmmaker Rupert Everett will direct “Lost and Found in Paris,” based on his own true-life experiences. Kit Clarke (“Get Even”) will play Everett’s younger self – an unruly teenager sent by his exasperated parents to live with a Parisian socialite family to learn French and grow up. The cast also includes John Malkovich, Kristin Scott Thomas as well as Everett himself in a supporting role. Written by Everett, this will be his second film as writer/director after “The Happy Prince.” The film is produced by Jeremy Thomas at Recorded Picture Company (“Pinocchio”), and will go into production in Spring...

Kit Clarke To Play Young Rupert Everett In Autobiographical Story ‘Lost And Found In Paris’; John Malkovich & Kristin Scott Thomas Also Star

Kit Clarke (Get Even, Leonardo) has been set to play Rupert Everett’s younger self in the autobiographical tale Lost and Found in Paris, which Everett will direct from his own screenplay. John Malkovich and Kristin Scott Thomas are also in the cast, with Everett in a supporting role. The story follows an unruly teenager sent by his exasperated parents to live with a Parisian socialite family to learn French and grow up. Jeremy Thomas at Recorded Picture Company is producing, with production set to get underway in spring 2022. HanWay Films is handling worldwide sales and distribution and will launch the title at...
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Rupert Everett's 'Lost and Found in Paris' Announces Key Cast Members, Including John Malkovich and Kristin Scott Thomas

Three-time BAFTA Award nominee and beloved director, actor, and author Rupert Everett (My Best Friend’s Wedding, The Happy Prince) is bringing a new screenplay to life with the upcoming film, Lost and Found in Paris. The story is to be based on Everett’s real-life experiences and will be the second film that he will serve as both writer and director for following The Happy Prince. Starring in the film will be Kit Clarke (Get Even, Leonardo) as a younger version of Everett, as well as two-time Academy Award nominee John Malkovich (Being John Malkovich) and BAFTA winner Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient). Everett will also be joining the cast in a supporting role for the film.

Rupert Everett Casts Kit Clarke, John Malkovich, Kristin Scott Thomas in Autobiographical Feature ‘Lost and Found in Paris’

Having already told the story of Oscar Wilde’s time in Paris in 2018’s The Happy Prince, noted British actor, director and author Rupert Everett is set to turn the lens on his own period in the French capital. Lost and Found in Paris will dive into the hedonism, seduction and intrigue of 1970s Paris, with Everett set to direct from his self-penned screenplay, based on his own true-life experiences. Kit Clarke, the rising star of Get Even and Leonardo, will play Everett’s younger self: an unruly teenager sent by his exasperated parents to live with a Parisian socialite family to learn French...