The first two episodes of ‘Slow Horses’ have been released and Charlie was in a couple of scenes in episode 1, ‘Strange Games’. You can see some caps in the gallery.
According to Deadline, season 3 of ‘Slow Horses’ will be released on AppleTV+ on December 1. It’s not known yet which episodes feature Charlie.
Gary Oldman and the Slow Horses gang return with the first two episodes of Season 3 on December 1, with new episodes to be released individually each Friday through December 29 via Apple.
The series is a darkly humorous espionage drama that follows a dysfunctional team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping ground department of MI5 known un-affectionately as Slough House.
In Season 3, adapted from Real Tigers, the third novel in the Mick Herron series, a romantic liaison in Istanbul threatens to expose a buried MI5 secret in London. When Jackson Lamb (Oldman) and his team of misfits are dragged into the fight, they find themselves caught in a conspiracy that threatens the future not just of Slough House but of MI5 itself.
Some of you might remember that back in 2015, Charlie was cast as the lead in David Fincher’s comedy series ‘Videosyncrazy’ about a struggling music video director. Unfortunately, the series was cancelled, but some episodes were filmed. Those have never been released, but on Charlie’s official agent’s Hamilton Hodell page, you can see some clips from it in his showreel. So check that out to see what could have been. Screencaps have also been added to the gallery.
According to Variety, Charlie is set to appear in ‘The Yellow Tie’, a biopic about Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache as in a yet unknown role.
Sean Bean and Miranda Richardson are set to star alongside John Malkovich in the biopic of Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache, Variety can reveal.
They will be joined by Kate Phillips (“Downton Abbey”), Anton Lesser (“Game of Thrones”) and Charlie Rowe (“Rocketman”).
“The Yellow Tie” tells the story of controversial classical conductor Sergiu Celibidache, one of Romania’s best known classical music artists. He battled homelessness and prejudice before becoming the youngest ever conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.
“The Yellow Tie” is set to start shooting in in Bucharest, Romania later this month.
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