BlackBox has landed its latest development, a TV version of Caro Carver‘s upcoming psychological thriller Bad Tourists. The novel will be released in July this year but BlackBox has already got its hands on the option, with further details incoming on writers and casting.
Giuliano Papadia and Clapperboard’s Andy Morgan reveal how a key scene in which the protagonist watches on while her husband is arrested for murder sets up the world of Paramount+ thriller The Serial Killer’s Wife.
Drama Quarterly heads to the beach to speak to the cast and crew of Paramount+ series The Castaways filming this mystery thriller based on Lucy Clarke’s novel, in which two sisters are separated after an apparent plane crash.
'Home Eduation - Le Regole del Male' has become the highest grossing horror film by a debut director in the history of Italian cinema, also charting in the top 10 highest grossing Italian-produced horror films of the last thirty years.
Having been in the cutting room for hits including 'Notting Hill,' 'About a Boy' and 'Love Actually,' Nick Moore is now directing one of his own starring Sophie Cookson and 'Emily in Paris' breakout Lucien Laviscount. He spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about bringing the story to the screen.
A first look at Sophie Cookson and Lucien Laviscount in 'This Time Next Year' has been revealed. Joining the film’s cast are Golda Rosheuvel (Bridgerton, Dune), John Hannah (Four Weddings and a Funeral, The Mummy), Monica Dolan (Black Mirror, Cyrano) and Mandip Gill (Doctor Who).
Paramount+ today released a series of teaser images, giving the first glimpse of Annabel Scholey, Jack Farthing and Luke Treadaway in their lead roles in new original UK drama series 'The Serial Killer's Wife'.
Paramount+ has released a series of official first-look images for upcoming UK original series THE CASTAWAYS, coming later this year. Brimming with spine-chilling suspense, the first shots released from the hotly anticipated Lucy Clarke adaptation offer a glimpse of Sheridan Smith and Céline Buckens in the lead roles as sisters Lori and Erin Holme.
Best-of-British streamer BritBox International has added The Ex-Wife to its August slate in the U.S. The series will premiere on the streaming service in the U.S. on August 10.
Paramount+ has greenlit an adaptation of 'The Serial Killer's Wife', a UK TV drama about a woman whose butter-wouldn’t-melt husband is arrested for the murder of his former assistant. The series is produced by BlackBox and Clapperboard Studios.
British actors Julia Ormond (“Ladies in Black”) and Lydia Page (“Blue Jean”) are set to soon appear in psychological horror movie “Home Education” directed by Italy’s Andrea Niada. Set in the scenic Sila plateau in Italy’s Southern Calabria region, “Home Education” revolves around a family that are followers of an esoteric cult and live in a secluded house deep in the woods.
Sheridan Smith and Céline Buckens have been cast as sisters in The Castaways, a Paramount+ drama series based on Lucy Clarke’s novel. UK producers Clapperboard Studios and Blackbox Multimedia are attached, with filming kicking off on location in Greece and Fiji.
Sophie Cookson (Kingsman: The Golden Circle) and Lucien Laviscount (Emily In Paris) are underway on feature rom-com This Time Next Year, which heralds from producers Night Train Media and BlackBox Multimedia. The film is adapted by Sophie Cousens’ from her novel of the same name and is being directed by Nick Moore, editor of hit comedies including Love Actually, Notting Hill and The Full Monty. Protagonist Pictures is handling worldwide sales and will introduce the project to buyers at the upcoming Cannes market.
Paramount Plus has revealed a further slate of scripted and unscripted U.K. original series ahead of the launch of the streaming service in the U.K. this summer, including THE EX WIFE, produced by BlackBox Multimedia, Clapperboard Studios, and Night Train Media, with Night Train financing and controlling worldwide distribution rights with All3Media International. The series will star Celine Buckens (Showtrial) and is written by Catherine Steadman.
Incendo and BlackBox have optioned the TV adaption rights to the collection of novels and short stories of Ellery Queen. The two companies will co-develop and co-produce a modernized, high-end scripted series in which Ellery will be changed to female.
Our CEO and Creative Director describes the current scripted projects of the company, explains our global potential and adds he's looking for a partner with the same passion for our projects.