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Jodie Comer Among Stars in BBC ‘Talking Heads’ Remake Shooting Under Lockdown

THR“The shoot will never bring any of us within touching distance of each other,” says Nicholas Hytner of the 12-part remake of Alan Bennett’s acclaimed monologs, which will also stars Martin Freeman, Kristin Scott Thomas and Imelda Staunton.

Killing Eve star Jodie Comer is among the cast assembled for the 12-part series, one of the few shows currently being produced in the U.K. amid the coronavirus crisis, alongside Martin Freeman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Imelda Staunton, Tamsin Greig, Sarah Lancashire, Lesley Manville, Lucian Msamati, Maxine Peake, Rochenda Sandall, Harriet Walter and Monica Dolan.

The BBC said that 10 of the original pieces will be re-made with the addition of two new ones written by Bennett last year. They will be produced by Nicholas Hytner’s London Theatre Company and Kevin Loader, and will air in the coming months on BBC One.

“In such difficult circumstances, that the BBC should choose to remount both series of Talking Heads, and produce two entirely new ones, is a comfort and a huge compliment,” said Bennett. “I hope a new generation of actors will get and give as much pleasure as we did twenty and thirty years ago.”

Added Hytner, Bennett’s long-term collaborator and the show’s lead director and producer, described Talking Heads as “among the masterworks” of one of the “very greatest writers” in TV, film and theater history.

“It has been a profound and fascinating experience to work out a way of making them again, this time with a company of phenomenal actors who are the equal of those who first made them; with a group of leading theatre directors, colleagues and friends of long standing; and with a team behind the camera that represents the best of the British TV and film industries,” he said.

“It is a wonderful bonus that two of the 2020 Talking Heads are totally new, written only a short time before the current crisis began. And everyone involved has been working in an unprecedented way, rigorously observing social distancing, entirely rethinking ways of filmmaking that until a few weeks ago seemed routine. The shoot will never bring any of us within touching distance of each other, but I hope that in every other way it will reach out and touch millions of viewers. We are all of us beyond grateful to the BBC for setting us this challenge.”

Filming is currently taking place at BBC Elstree Studios using existing sets, with the production team following the latest government guidelines on COVID-19 to ensure that the series is made safely and responsibly. Talking Heads will be produced by the London Theatre Co. for BBC One, with BBC Studios providing the studios facilities.

“COVID-19 has laid waste to drama production in the UK, but it has also posed a challenge: how do we adhere to restrictions while still offering British viewers the chance to lose themselves in great stories at this time of national need?,” said BBC Drama controller Piers Wenger. “Full of insight, wit, daring and compassion, these are stories of individual lives – but of great resonance. I am so grateful to Alan, Nicholas Hytner, Kevin Loader and the whole team for the caution, ingenuity and wisdom which they have shown in bringing these stories to the screen.”

The original Talking Heads starred Patricia Routledge, Maggie Smith, Stephanie Cole, Julie Walters, Thora Hird, Eileen Atkins, David Haig and Penelope Wilton, alongside Bennett himself. The monologues won two BAFTAs, an RTS award and have also since been included on the English Literature syllabus in British schools.

Killing Eve 3×03-Meetings Have Biscuits First Look

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“Villanelle agrees to a job which will take her back to London. Carolyn’s Moscow contacts come in use when Eve and the Bitter Pill team unravel a potential lead to The Twelve. Konstantin finds himself under pressure from all sides.”

Killing Eve 3×02 Management Sucks Screencaptures

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Killing Eve 3×01-Slowly Slowly Catchy Monkey Screencaptures

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Killing Eve 3×01-Slowly Slowly Catchy Monkey Episode Stills

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Break Up | Killing Eve Season 3 Returns Sunday, April 12

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#KillingEve Season 3 returns 2 weeks early on Sunday, April 12 at 9pm on BBC America and AMC.

Jodie Comer: My Last… | British Vogue

When Jodie Comer agreed to share her “lasts” with British Vogue, it swiftly became apparent that April’s cover girl is Hollywood’s most relatable young star. From the last thing she screenshotted (a “ridiculously expensive” coat she’s lusting after) to the most recent picture on her camera roll (a selfie snapped after a hot-sauce-in-the-eye incident), the Killing Eve star is just like any other twenty-something. Aside from her Best Actress BAFTA and upcoming blockbuster movie role in Free Guy, that is. Watch the video to see Comer reveal more of her “lasts”, as well as the book Phoebe Waller-Bridge told her to read, and why she slid into a Sex Education star’s DMs…

Jodie Comer: My Last… | British Vogue

 

Jodie Comer Covers British Vogue April 2020

British Vogue

As Jodie Comer prepares for her first major Hollywood release – sci-fi blockbuster Free Guy – British Vogue features director Giles Hattersley meets a woman with the world at her feet.

For aspiring actors outside the M25, Jodie Comer’s rise to fame is the most exciting Tinseltown invasion since noted Brummie Julie Walters stormed the 1984 Oscars with Educating Rita. The past 12 months have shown how unstoppable the 26-year-old Liverpudlian is: she scored an Emmy and a BAFTA for her role as the charismatic televisual sociopath Villanelle in Killing Eve, and has a feverish millennial fan base backing her.

Comer was discovered, quite by accident, at age 12, when she read a dramatic monologue about the Hillsborough tragedy at a local theatre festival, and was cast in her first professional job not long after – a BBC Radio 4 play that paid £200. She has worked solidly ever since, whether on television or at Tesco in-between jobs, building a career without drama school or industry contacts (her father Jimmy is a sports massage therapist at Everton FC, her mother Donna works for Merseytravel).

Well, almost solidly. “I remember there was a year where I didn’t work for eight or nine months,” Comer tells British Vogue. “You get up in the morning, get yourself ready, get to the train station, two-hour train, get to your audition, you’re in there for 10 minutes, and then you’re coming all the way back home. Sometimes I was doing it three times a week. What I realised, the more that I wasn’t working, was that I stunk of desperation, basically. It became: ‘I need the job.’ And then you go into auditions and they can smell it.”

She has since found her niche playing small-screen dynamos lacking empathy – from My Mad Fat Diary’s resident mean girl, Chloe, to Kate, the notorious other woman in Dr Foster. And of course, Villanelle in Killing Eve. What can we expect from season three? Will we get more glimpses into the assassin’s past? “We kind of delve into it a little bit,” she confirms. “The audience love what they love about her, but it’s been nice to show a different side to that. Maybe a little bit of vulnerability.”

The conversation drifts to her life outside of work. In reality, she doesn’t have much time to go out and socialise with her schedule being what it is. Not a lot has been written about Comer and love, for example. But, “I’m very much in it,” she says. “I think love’s the best. I’d been single for a while and just kind of going with the flow and doing my thing. That’s the thing, isn’t it? When you’re relaxed and letting the universe do what it’s doing, things kind of fall into place. Which is very much what happened. Which is great.”

Nylon Magazine 2017 Outtakes

New Outtakes of Jodie’s 2017 Nylon Magazine Photoshoot have been added to the gallery, enjoy!


Killing Eve Season 3 “Hallelujah” Teaser

Killing Eve Season 3 Returns April 26!

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