Due to lack of updates and to my recent trip to Rome, I was able to visit the cinema’s set of Cinecittá where I was able to see the real outfit of Lucrezia on 3×03 (see here)! For this reason, I bring you, exclusively, photos of the outfit that was available inside the exposition. The full outfit includes the dress, hair piece and jewelry worn on set.
We got our first look into Troubled Blood (Strike’s series)! Holly has been filming for the past few weeks, as we stated before, and now, the official first image was released by BBC and the paparazzi also caught her and Tom filming outside, so those are a nice sneak peek as well 🙂
We have previously announced that Holly was filming back in Lincolnshire and it seems like the will move on to Skegness this month!
Expect to see a number of local attractions getting a mention, including the Clock Tower, Skegness Bowl, the Jolly Fisherman Fountain and the boating lake.
It is expected filming will take place in Skegness in about two weeks’ time.
It is almost here! The Capture has wrapped up the filming and now it’s time to move on for Strike: Troubled Blood. The filming is set to start filming this next month in Lincolnshire through 4 episodes
The new season of a television adaptation of a J.K. Rowling book series is to have scenes filmed in Skegness, starting next month.
Troubled Blood is the fifth novel in the best-selling Cormoran Strike series written by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, and published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith in September 2020.
The Strike stories follow the case of private detective and ex-Royal Military Police special investigator Cormoran Strike and his partner Robin Ellacott, as the protagonist is called upon to investigate a suspicious suicide case.
The first four novels have also been adapted into crime drama shows, and they aired on BBC One in the UK and HBO in America.
Great news for the adaptation of Strike: True Blood! We finally have confirmation, and we will have filming for True Blood due to next year.
Strike: Troubled Blood
A new season of the BBC crime series following Tom Burke as rumpled private detective Cormoran Strike is coming. Adapted from the books by Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling), it sees him solving complex cases alongside trusted assistant Robin, played by Holliday Grainger. The three-parter is in pre-production ahead of shooting next year and it’s likely that Gary Davy will return to cast.
The stylist.co.uk brings some information on The Capture new season (2) which should be available in our screens next year!
Deep-fake technology, ‘invisible’ assassins, and conspiracies? It can only be the second season of BBC’s The Capture.
With a whopping 92% ‘fresh’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes, a whopping 7.7 million people tuned into The Capture when it aired in the heady pre-Covid days of 2019.
It is no overstatement to say that they loved it. They loved it to little pieces. And no wonder, really. Because, spinning an intense-as-hell story, the first season ticked so many boxes for thriller fans everywhere.
For those who need a recap, The Capture saw Holliday Grainger’s DI Rachel Carey uncover a multi-layered conspiracy – one which involved the UK’s Counter Terrorism Command using deepfake technology to create CCTV footage of someone doing something incriminating without them even being there.