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Lennie James’ Mr. Loverman: Filming Commences in London

Mr. Loverman, a British television series from the BBC, will begin filming in October. Lennie James of “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead” fame stars in the television version of Bernardine Evaristo’s best-selling book of the same name.

lennie james walking dead,lennie james net worth,lennie james mr. loverman filmingThe main character of the show is Barrington Jedidiah Walker, sometimes known as Barry, a guy of Caribbean descent who has been having extramarital affairs with his longtime partner Carmel. When it is discovered that Barry has been having an affair with his male best friend Morris for decades, Carmel and Barry’s marriage falls apart. The decisions Barry must make after his secret is revealed and the results of those decisions drive the plot forward in the show.

The series’ primary shooting site is in London, England. The SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes are not anticipated to have an impact on filming because the programme is a British production. The English capital has always been a venue for international plays. ‘Barbie,’ ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One,’ ‘The Flash,’ ‘Secret Invasion,’ ‘Silo,’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3′ are just a handful of the recently released films shot in the city. In the next months, the city is also anticipated to play host to the filming of “Dope Girls,” “Bad Sisters” season 2, “Eternal Return,” with Naomi Scott and Kit Harrington, “A Very British Scandal,” etc.

Barry will be portrayed by James in the show. He just wrapped up production on the historical series “Genius: MLK/X” on Disney+ and the Michael Shannon and Tilda Swinton-starring movie “The End.” Morgan Jones from “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead,” Nelly from “Save Me,” Mister Cotton from “Blade Runner 2049,” Ross from “Colombiana,” and Sol from “Snatch” are just a few of his previous roles. The actor also works on the series as an executive producer.

The eight episodes of the series’ adapted screenplays were written by Nathaniel Price. The episodes of “The Outlaws,” “Tin Star,” “Noughts + Crosses,” etc. were written by Price. The show’s director, Hong Khaou, was responsible for four of the episodes of the BBC drama “Baptiste.” Khaou has also directed films like “Lilting” and “Monsoon.”

The production business behind films including Sarah Gavron’s “Rocks” and Jon S. Baird’s “Stan & Ollie,” which is sponsored by Sony, is developing the show.

According to Deadline, Evaristo declared that she “loves the idea of stepping beyond the pages of Mr Loverman into people’s living rooms and lives.” “Mr. Loverman is a must-read book, and Nathaniel, Lennie, and the Fable team will soon turn it into a must-watch television series. The BBC Drama Director Lindsay Salt joined the author in saying, “I can’t think of a more ideal team to bring Bernardine’s magnificent novel to the screen. The series is executive produced by Faye Ward, Hannah Farrell, and Hannah Price for Fable and Jo McClellan for the BBC.

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