SundanceTV is bringing The Last Panthers – a crime thriller inspired by the real exploits of the Pink Panther gang – to America. The Last Panthers stars Samantha Morton, Tahar Rahim, Goran Bogdan and John Hurt.
In the premiere, The Animal (Wednesday, April 13th, 10/9C), a bungled getaway results in a death and the Pink Panthers, long thought dormant, are now the subject of a murder investigation.
The Last Panthers stars Samantha Morton (Sweet and Lowdown, In America), French César Award winner Tahar Rahim (A Prophet), Croatian-born actor Goran Bogdan (Number 55), and BAFTA and Golden Globe® winner and two-time Academy Award® nominee John Hurt (The Elephant Man, Doctor Who).
SundanceTV has joined crime Series The Last Panthers as co-producer along with Sky Atlantic and CANAL+. The six-part series is inspired by the actions of the notorious Balkans jewel thieves, The Pink Panthers.
The series stars Samantha Morton, Tahar Rahim, Goran Bogdan and John Hurt and is planned for a Spring 2016 premiere. Details follow the jump.
The 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who was celebrated, in spectacular fashion, with Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor – the story of the day The Doctor ended the Time Wars and the Warrior Doctor who did it. The home video release is out today and, if you loved The Day of the Doctor – and the minisodes that preceded it online – this will make a fine edition to your Doctor Who library.
The BBC and BBC America have released new of photos from Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary Special: The Day of the Doctor. Stunning revelations include mixed Doctor/Companion pairings; historical figures (Queen Elizabeth I); returning monsters (Zygons! Daleks!); three different sonic screwdrivers; the return of head of UNIT, Kate Stewart, and so much more (note a certain scarf in the background of one photo) that it’s hard to believe that no major spoilers are given.
Follow the jump for the official tagline and a few peeks at what lies in store when Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor premieres on Saturday, November 23rd at 2:50pm ET.
We know that John Hurt is The Doctor – the BBC trailer for The Day of the Doctor shows us that. But why was he the Doctor? How does he fit into the mythology? For a hint – a most palpable hint – follow the jump.
See the 50th Anniversary Doctor Who Special, The Day of the Doctor in 3D! BBC America announced this morning that there will be two RealD® 3D screenings of Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor – one as part of the global simulcast of the program on Saturday, November 23rd, and one on Monday, November 25th. The special screening will feature specially shot introductions and will be followed by a 10-minute featurette, The Day of The Doctor: Behind The Lens featuring Matt Smith, David Tennant and Jenna Coleman with Billie Piper and John Hurt, as well as lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, who discuss their 50th Anniversary experiences.
The 3D screenings will be held in association with AMC Entertainment Inc, and Regal Entertainment Group – with tickets to go on sale Friday, October 25th at 9:30am ET for theater locations in eleven US cities: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, Washington DC, San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta and Minneapolis. Tickets may be purchased at Cinemark.com and Fandango.com.
The much anticipate Doctor Who special The Day of The Doctor got a cool new poster today. Doctors Ten and Eleven frame the mysterious John Hurt version of The Doctor that was revealed at the end of the show’s seventh season.
The 75-minute special is the centerpiece of the celebration of Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary and will be broadcast on Saturday, November 23rd on BBC America. The press release follows the jump.