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Forest Whitaker, Thomasin McKenzie, Vera Farmiga Lead Voice Cast for BRON’s ‘Gossamer’ Adaptation (EXCLUSIVE)

Click here to read the full article. Forest Whitaker, Thomasin McKenzie, Vera Farmiga and Richard E. Grant will lead the voice cast for “Gossamer,” an animated series adaptation of Lois Lowry’s novel. The eight-part, half-hour animated series is produced by BRON Media’s virtual production and service company BRON Digital, which develops premium animation, interactive games and movies using Epic Games’ Unreal Engine. Rounding out the cast for “Gossamer” is  Wilmer Valderrama, Alanna Masterson and Courtney Rosemont, who makes her debut. “Gossamer” is based on the young adult novel by Lowry, whose books include “The Giver” and “The Willoughbys” — the latter of which...
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‘Life After Life’: Thomasin McKenzie, Tessa Ross, John Crowley on BBC Adaptation of Kate Atkinson Bestseller

Click here to read the full article. Kate Atkinson’s bestselling 2013 novel “Life After Life” has been brought to vivid life as a four-part BBC series by a heavyweight team. The story centers on Ursula Todd who dies one night in 1910 before she can draw her first breath. On that same night in 1910, Ursula is born and survives. She finds herself time and again, living and dying in different circumstances only to be reborn into a new, alternative iteration of life once more. Ursula navigates her way through an era spanning two world wars, an encounter with Hitler...
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‘Life After Life’ Trailer: Thomasin McKenzie, Sian Clifford & More Star In BBC Fate & Reincarnation Series Directed By John Crowley

What if you could live again and again until you got it right? Metaphysical reincarnation sci-fi about life, death, family, and more? Yep, it’s an adaptation of Kate Atkinson‘s acclaimed novel, “Life After Life,” which is a BBC series debuting this month in the U.K. And it features quite the cast too: Thomasin McKenzie, known for “Leave No Trace,” “Jojo Rabbit,” and most recently a small role in “The Power of The Dog,” Sian Clifford from “Fleabag” and Jessica Brown Findlay from “Downton Abbey.” They star in the series alongside James McArdle and Jessica Hynes, with Patsy Ferran, Harry Michell, Laurie Kynaston, Joshua Hill, and Maria Laird rounding out the cast.
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Exclusive ‘Last Night in Soho’ Deleted Scene Sees Thomasin McKenzie Discover the Reality of Her Flat’s Dark Past

It might evoke '60s London with care and affection, but Last Night in Soho is anything but a historical paean. Edgar Wright's time-bending horror flick, which premieres across physical and digital media today, centers on peeling back the deceiving veneer of time to reveal a darker past. And, in a new clip released exclusively by Collider, dewy-eyed protagonist Ellie (Thomasin McKenzie) does just that — literally tearing back the flaking wallpaper of her Soho digs to find something altogether horrifying underneath.
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Interview: Last Night In Soho‘s Thomasin McKenzie on collaborating with Edgar Wright, researching horror, and who she’d like to work with next

At just 21 years of age, New Zealand-born actress Thomasin McKenzie has amassed quite the career since her 2012 debut. In the last few years alone she has worked with the likes of Taika Waititi (on the acclaimed Jojo Rabbit), M. Night Shyamalan (on his recent hit Old) and Jane Campion (The Power of the Dog), but now she’s stepping away from the supporting roles and rightfully into the lead spotlight, emerging front and centre for Edgar Wright’s trippy psychological thriller Last Night In Soho.
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The Justice of Bunny King is a stellar directorial debut from Gaysorn Thavat; Essie Davis and Thomasin McKenzie shine: Sydney Film Festival Review

“You never even asked me if it was true!” – Tonyah (played by Thomasin McKenzie) Essie Davis stars as the titular role of Bunny King; a poverty-stricken mother of two who is struggling to fight the social system to get her kids back. During her battle, she crosses paths with her niece Tonyah, who is facing her own battle involving her stepfather. The two bond over their hardships as the world towers over them and we follow them as they persevere to achieve their goal by any means necessary.
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Thomasin McKenzie: What To Watch If You Like The Last Night In Soho Star

From inspiring a young Nazi to change his heart in Jojo Rabbit, to keeping her head up as her youth fades away right in front of her in Old, Thomasin McKenzie has been taking the world by storm in just the last couple of years. It is almost hard to believe that the 21-year-old New Zealander just received her first-ever top-billed lead role in a feature film, with writer and director Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho, in 2021. However, her career up to this point boasts a great deal of variety, such as her very first acting credit.
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Thomasin McKenzie: 6 Marvel Characters The Last Night In Soho Star Would Be Perfect To Play

While starring in the Marvel movies is not such a rarity anymore, I find it interesting how many Marvel actors have appeared in films starring Thomasin McKenzie - such as Martin Freeman in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies and…well, most of the people from the Jojo Rabbit cast (including its director). The 21-year-old, New Zealand-born actor’s latest movie, Last Night in Soho, also stars Anya Taylor-Joy (who played Magik in The New Mutants) and is written and directed by Edgar Wright (who almost helmed Ant-Man, which has to count for something, right?).
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