Thursday, August 8, 2019

Carnival Row Trailer - Premieres August 30th on Amazon Prime Video

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Amazon Original Carnival Row Will Be Available Initially in the Original Version in More Than 200 Countries and Territories on August 30,

With Dubbed Foreign Language Versions Coming November 22, 2019 

Orlando Bloom (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad) star in Carnival Row, a series set in a Victorian fantasy world filled with mythological immigrant creatures whose exotic homelands were invaded by the empires of man. This growing population struggles to coexist with humans — forbidden to live, love, or fly with freedom. But even in darkness, hope lives, as a human detective, Rycroft Philostrate (Bloom), and a refugee faerie named Vignette Stonemoss (Delevingne) rekindle a dangerous affair despite an increasingly intolerant society. Vignette harbors a secret that endangers Philo’s world during his most important case yet: a string of gruesome murders threatening the uneasy peace of the Row.

Joining Bloom and Delevingne, the series also stars Simon McBurney (The Borgias) as Runyan Millworthy, an eccentric traveling showman who leads a troupe of strange creatures called kobolds back to the city where he began his once proud, now fading career, David Gyasi (Interstellar) as Agreus, a mysteriously wealthy faun who moves into an affluent human neighborhood in defiance of the social order, Tamzin Merchant (Salem) as Imogen Spurnrose, a young woman who sees in Agreus an opportunity to turn her aristocratic family's fading fortunes around, Andrew Gower (Outlander) as Ezra Spurnrose, the neurotic son of a prosperous watchmaker, who's lately gambled his deceased father's fortune on the considerably more risky enterprise of ferrying migrant workers from the fae homelands, Karla Crome (Under the Dome) as Tourmaline, a quick-witted faerie poet driven from her war-torn homeland, Arty Froushan (Knightfall) as Jonah Breakspear, a compulsive playboy whose carousing in the brothels of Carnival Row threatens to destroy his father's political legacy, Caroline Ford (Once Upon A Time) as Sophie Longerbane, a ceaselessly clever and mysterious young noblewoman who's grown up sequestered away by her tyrannical father, Indira Varma (Game of Thrones) as Piety Breakspear, the regal and cunning matriarch of the powerful family that rules the city of The Burgue and Jared Harris (Chernobyl) as Absalom Breakspear, the imperious and secretive Chancellor of the Burgue, besieged by political enemies from all sides.

Carnival Row is from Amazon Studios and Legendary Television, with executive producers Marc Guggenheim (Arrow, Eli Stone), René Echevarria (Star Trek, Teen Wolf, Castle, Medium), Jon Amiel (Outsiders), Bloom, and Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim, Clash of the Titans). Beacham’s A Killing on Carnival Row, on which the project is based, appeared on the very first installment of the Hollywood Blacklist in 2005.


Orlando Bloom will next star in the new Amazon Original series Carnival Row, an eight-episode fantasy neo-noir set in a neo-Victorian city. He will star as Rycroft Philostrate, a police inspector investigating the murder of a showgirl on Carnival Row. The series, also produced by Bloom, will premiere in 2019 and stars Cara Delevingne.

He recently wrapped production on two films, the first being the John Ridley directed “Needle In A Timestack” opposite Freida Pinto and Leslie Odom Jr. He also completed “The Outpost,” directed by Rod Lurie and produced by Jake Tapper and also starring Scott Eastwood and Caleb Landry Jones.

Bloom is well known for his role as Will Turner in the “Pirates Of The Caribbean” films which have all been massive box office hits. On behalf of his performance in the first film, Bloom won a Hollywood Film Award for “Breakthrough Acting – Male” and received an MTV Movie Award nomination for “Best On-Screen Team” with Johnny Depp. Additionally, he has won six Teen Choice Awards in various categories over the course of the past three films.

Additionally, Bloom is widely known for his role as Legolas in Peter Jackson’s Academy Award winning trilogy “The Lord Of The Rings.” The first film of the trilogy, “The Fellowship Of The Ring,” earned Bloom an MTV Movie Award for “Breakthrough Male Performance.” The ensemble cast received three consecutive SAG nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, finally winning on behalf of the third film, “The Return Of The King.” The cast also won a Critics’ Choice Award and was recognized by the National Board of Review. Bloom reprised his role as Legolas in Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug” and “The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies.”

Bloom’s other film credits include: Michael Apted’s “Unlocked,” Paul Shammasian’s “Romans,” Jake Szymanski’s “Tour De Pharmacy” for HBO, Jeremy Salle’s “Zulu,” which premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Joe Swanberg’s “Digging For Fire,” Ridley Scott’s “Black Hawk Down” and “Kingdom Of Heaven,” and Cameron Crowe’s “Elizabethtown,” among others. On stage, he received critical acclaim for his Broadway debut as Romeo in Shakespeare’s “Romeo And Juliet,” directed by David Leveaux. In the summer of 2018, Bloom led a 13-week limited run of Tracy Letts’ black comedy thriller “Killer Joe” at Trafalgar Studios in London’s West End.

Bloom was born in Canterbury, England and trained at the National Youth Theatre in London. He also earned a scholarship to study with the British American Drama Academy. Bloom graduated from London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Aside from his successful acting career, Bloom has been an avid supporter of UNICEF since 2007 and was appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2009. He was presented with the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award at the 2015 UNICEF Snowflake Ball, in recognition of his commitment to the rights of children around the world. Bloom was also honored with the 2015 BAFTA Britannia Humanitarian Award. In addition, Bloom received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2014 and was honored at the 41st Deauville Film Festival in 2015.

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Actress, musician and style icon Cara Delevingne is one of the most recognizable faces in the world.

Since her film debut in Joe Wright’s “Anna Karenina” in 2012, Delevingne has continued to make her mark on the big screen. She’s since starred in Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” DC Comics’ “Suicide Squad,” Chris Foggin’s “Kids in Love,” Joe Wright’s “Pan,” Jake Schrier’s “Paper Towns” based on the book by John Green, Michael Winterbottom’s “The Face of an Angel,” and Matthew Cullen’s “London Fields.” Delevingne’s upcoming projects include Alex Ross Perry’s “Her Smell” and Mitja Okorn’s “Life in a Year.”

This fall, Delevingne will make her small screen debut in the highly anticipated Amazon Original series Carnival Row. The eight-episode fantasy drama series will feature Delevingne as Vignette Stonemoss, opposite Orlando Bloom.

Delevingne has a large passion for music and is a talented singer and drummer. Her Pharrell Williams produced song “I Feel Everything” was featured on the “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” soundtrack.

With over 41 million followers on Instagram and over 10 million on Twitter, Delevingne continues to be an influential voice on social media. She often uses her platform to speak out about issues on mental health, women’s rights and animal conservation.

Delevingne is currently the face of Dior Skincare, Puma Activewear, Burberry Fragrance, Rimmel London Cosmetics, and TAG Heuer Watches.

Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images      Photo Credit: Travis Beacham

Travis Beacham is the co-creator and executive producer of the upcoming Amazon Original series Carnival Row starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne. Its long journey to the screen began with Beacham’s acclaimed feature film spec script “A Killing on Carnival Row” which was honoured on the 2005 Black List, and was sold to New Line shortly after Beacham’s graduation from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

Off the strength of this debut, Beacham was hired to write the blockbuster remake of “Clash of the Titans” for Warner Brothers. In his feature film career, Beacham quickly earned a reputation as a worldbuilder and has worked with visionary filmmakers such as Ridley Scott, Joseph Kosinski, and with J.J. Abrams on Bad Robot’s forthcoming “Zanbato,” currently slated to be helmed by Oscar winning director Guillermo Del Toro.

Beacham had previously collaborated with Del Toro on the giant monster epic “Pacific Rim,” starring Idris Elba, from an idea Beacham had sold to Legendary Pictures. The release of the film also saw Beacham’s first foray into print, when he revisited the characters he’d created to pen the bestselling graphic novel “Pacific Rim: Tales From Year Zero.”

In recent years, Beacham has expanded into television. In 2017, he contributed to the first season of Amazon Studios and Channel 4’s anthology series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, writing the episode “Autofac,” starring Janelle Monáe and Juno Temple.

As a writer and filmmaker, Beacham continues to focus on developing new original material for the screen, including his film “The Curiosity” as well as the sci-fi TV series “Ballistic City.”

His debut series Carnival Row is produced by Amazon Studios and Legendary Television and is set to premiere on August 30, 2019.

Marc Guggenheim serves as showrunner and Executive Producer of the Amazon Original series Carnival Row, starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, which debuts August 30, 2019. Guggenheim also serves as Executive Producer alongside acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro of the “Tales of Arcadia” trilogy series for Netflix. The second series in the trilogy, “3Below,” returns for a second season on Netflix July 12, 2019. Guggenheim won an Emmy for Best Writing In An Animated Program for his work on the first series in the trilogy, “Trollhunters.” He also has a new comic book titled “Wolverine Vs. Blade,” for Marvel Comics, which will be published July 10, 2019, and remains a Consulting Producer on both The CW’s “Arrow” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” and will executive produce the annual “Arrowverse” crossover event, “Crisis On Infinite Earths.”

A native of Long Island, New York, Guggenheim practiced law at one of Boston’s most prestigious firms before getting hired on the writing staff of David E. Kelley’s Emmy Award-winning show about Boston attorneys, “The Practice.” Guggenheim then joined “Law & Order,” for three seasons before moving on to the critically acclaimed series “Jack & Bobby,” and later “CSI: Miami.” It was “Jack & Bobby” that introduced Guggenheim to Greg Berlanti, which led to the development of “Eli Stone,” for which they received a Writers Guild Award nomination for Best Drama Teleplay.

Berlanti pulled Guggenheim in to help him produce the first season of “Brothers & Sisters” and he has continued to collaborate with Berlanti on the feature film versions of the DC Comics characters Green Lantern and The Flash. “Green Lantern, ” starring Ryan Reynolds, was released in June 2011.

Guggenheim has also pursued a parallel career as a screenwriter, with such diverse projects as the film adaptation of “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” (2013), a feature film version of “Perry Mason” for Robert Downey Jr., and an adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein’s sci-fi classic “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.” 2014 marked Guggenheim’s entry into the world of prose, publishing his first novel “Overwatch” (Mulholland Books/Little, Brown), which Publisher’s Weekly called “a high energy debut…[which] will appeal to readers who appreciate an underdog.”

A life-long comic book fan, Guggenheim has been writing comics professionally for over ten years, working on titles for both Marvel Comics (“Blade,” “X-Men,” “Amazing Spider-Man,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”), DC Comics (“The Flash,” “Justice Society of America,” “Batman Confidential”), and original creator-owned works (“Resurrection,” “Halcyon,” “Nowhere Man,” “Jonas Quantum,” “Stringers”).

He wrote the scripts for numerous video games, including “Call of Duty 3,” “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” and “Singularity.” (Wolverine and Singularity were nominated for consecutive WGA Awards.) In 2008, he adapted the Stephen King short story “N.” into a Marvel Comics graphic novel and a 25-part mobisode series that was available online and through iTunes.

Guggenheim currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Tara, a fellow TV writer and WGA nominee, who is co-creator of The CW dramedy “Reaper,” their daughters Lily and Sara, and their pets Rocky, Lucky, Finn, and Jarvis.
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