The Rook Review 2019 TV-Show Series Cast Crew Online


The Rook Review 2019 TV-Show Series Cast Crew Online

Stars: Emma Greenwell, Jon Fletcher, Adrian Lester

Review: IGN has a first exclusive look at the trailer of the new series, which is based loosely on Daniel O’Malley’s novel of the same name, published in 2012.

Per Starz, The Rook opens on Myfanwy Thomas (Emma Greenwell), while waking up in the rain next to London’s Millennium Bridge, without remembering who she is and there is no way to explain the circle of corpses that wear gloves around her . When Myfanwy discovers that she is a senior officer at Checquy, Britain’s last truly secret service for people with paranormal abilities, she will have to navigate the dangerous and complex world of the agency to discover who erased her memory and learn why. He does it. An objective.

Myfanwy (pronounced like Tiffany, if you were wondering) are the eyes and ears of the audience in a clandestine world in which the government uses special abilities against external threats, but it also remains hidden from the public.

As executive producer Stephen Garrett recently told reporters: “I think what attracted us all is that it’s a spy program with supernatural elements, and the good thing about spy programs and why I think the British are good with Obviously, we have made Bond, we have made him Carré, we are by nature duplicates, we are very good at lying and we love secrets, so if you are a spy, you can not tell your friends or loved ones what you are doing And I think if you have supernatural powers, you can not tell your friends or loved ones what you have, so you have secrets of the power of the ten, and that’s just a very intoxicating mixture. very unusual combination. ”

The series also stars Joely Richardson, Olivia Munn, Adrian Lester, Ronan Raftery, Catherine Steadman and Jon Fletcher as other members of Checquy: Raftery, Steadman and Fletcher are particularly fascinating, playing four “brothers” called Gestalt (Fletcher plays two of them) that are really a hive mind; a person divided into four bodies: you can see the four of them together in bed in the teaser.

Munn is no stranger to the super-powerful characters, thanks to her role as Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse, but she notes a key difference between the projects: “What I think is really interesting about The Rook is that they are not superpowers. They have super abilities.All the powers or abilities that the characters have in the program are rooted in what we all have as human beings, it’s just that they are in the N ° degree.Therefore, my character has super strength where someone else you can hear a whisper in a crowd of thousands, or see for miles, while [in] X-Men, there are powers that none of us have, and that’s something that I thought was really interesting, that really helped, let’s also base it on this program and on the creation of this world because we can all identify with that in some way, you can have a certain amount of strength, but there will be someone who is less strong, and then there who will be stronger than You. We can all understand that. ”

The Rook will debut this summer on Starz, with an exact release date to be announced.

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