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Howards End: TCA '17 Roundup

On July 28, the executive produce and the cast of Howards End were present at TCA 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.  The four hourlong episodes will air in 2018.

Here are some interesting comments from the stars:

Hayley Atwell said “I think Kenny Lonergan’s adaptation is very fresh and has a lot of energy to it. There are many scenes with overlapped dialogue, so even though we stuck to the script, the script had this fantastic lightness and touch to it, and wit.”

Tracy Ullman, who plays Margaret’s Aunt Juley, said “I’m a working-class girl, and the class system perpetuates in my country and in this country, too—and that’s what fascinates me,” “And it’s still tough for girls—curious, liberal girls like Margaret and Helen.”

Atwell: “We had this joke that the dark side of the story is that Meg is slowly emasculating, infantilizing, Mr. Wilcox,”  “One of the last things he says in the scripts is ‘Have I done wrong?’ Before then, he’s a man who’s so certain and so stoic and everything he does is right.”

An example of the joke, is a post that Hayley Atwell posted on instagram.

Read more Paste Magazine.

Broadcasting Cable has some photos released by Starz which you can view HERE.

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Ripper Street S5: BBC Media pack and Q&A with Matthew Macfadyen

 
Matthew Macfadyen is Detective Inspector Edmund Reid:
 
We catch up with Reid just days after the brutal murder of his long-time friend and colleague, Bennet Drake.

As if this was not enough to break him, Reid has found himself on the wrong side of the law - hunted down by Assistant Commissioner Augustus Dove for his role in the extra-judicial killing of Theodore Swift.

As the streets of Whitechapel echo with his name - terrible rumours circulating and reaching his daughter Mathilda, he fears - Reid knows that he must bring down the rotten heart that has installed itself in Leman Street, must prove the corruption of Augustus Dove, as well as the murderous guilt of his brother Nathaniel.

Bennet Drake’s death demands justice, and peace on the streets of Whitechapel must be restored. But how will Reid do this when he must simultaneously stay hidden from the police?

Q&A with Matthew Macfadyen

Where do we find Reid, Jackson and Long Susan at the start of Series 5?

They're all pretty shell-shocked really and they end up in the Alexandria, which is Mimi Morton's theatre, which she acquired and is in the process of renovating. That's where they hide out. And she allows them to sort of live there; they're on the run basically.

Reid desperately wants to pursue Dove but he no longer has the arm of the law. How does this feel?

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