Fans of the show started to get rather excited at the prospect of Becks stepping back into 1930s Birmingham gangland, after he posted a series of pictures from the show's set on his Instagram page.
Cillian Murphy could soon be taking on one of the most coveted roles in cinema to replace Daniel Craig as James Bond. The Irish actor, 41, has had his odds slashed from 33/1 to 12/1 to play the iconic 007 agent after it was reported Danny Boyle is in talks to direct Craig’s final outing as the British spy. Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Boyle and Murphy have collaborated in the past, and the betting suggests punters are putting two and two together for the next 007 film.
Hands up if you miss Tommy Shelby? Murphy continues to make excellent, interesting choices in his movie career continuing his run of movies with director Christopher Nolan and collaborating with exciting upcoming directors like Ben Wheatley in a film that got the crowds in awe at the Toronto Film Festival. Starring Murphy and Mr Christian Grey himself Jamie Dornan, this one certainly has sex appeal written all over it.
The Peaky Blinders aren’t the kind of guys you want to mess with. The Emmys showed no love for Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy or the show itself as an example of outstanding drama. Well it seems they’ve been watching a lot of Game of Thrones as the fantasy drama has swept through the nominations with 23 to its name.
The TV Choice awards are to be held later this year on Monday 5th September where winners will be announced at the Dorchester Hotel in London. If you want to vote for them head to the TV Choice website here (quickly). With series 3 just wrapping up on BBC 2, and another two series already confirmed, Peaky Blinders is currently sitting at its… um… peak.
Have you ever wanted to feel like you’re one of the Peaky Blinders lads, hanging out down at the Garrison, preparing to get your razor blades out and slash someone’s face? Well hopefully not too many of you are answering ‘yes’ to that last part, but I’m sure there are a few of you who think there are worse ways to dress than the dashing suits of the Peaky Blinders boys. Series creator Steven Knight has picked up on the love for the fashions displayed in his intense Birmingham-set period TV opus.
Series 3 of Peaky Blinders is done and dusted and though it may have started slowly, it built to an explosive crescendo. BBC 2 have already confirmed two more series are on the way from creator Steven Knight, but when can we expect a movie, if ever? It’s the biggest and best looking thing on BBC 2 by a mile and the morally complex world of the Peaky Blinders has been brilliantly explored over 18 luxurious episodes of the show so far.
This is an episode review, so here be spoilers folks! It’s farewell to the Peaky Blinders and thanks for all the bloody violence as series three came to an explosive end last night. If you were worried the creators had lost their way at the beginning of the six episodes of series three, you were fortunately proved very wrong by the end of last night’s episode.
Popular drama Peaky Blinders is facing complaints from viewers moaning about muffled dialogue and poor sound.