Two new screen works for Oliver!


Curtis Brown and Spotlight have just updated Oliver’s profile with two new screen works which sound very interesting, both out in 2017!

Risultati immagini per channel four

A work for television (Channel 4 & AMC) called Loaded, director Natalie Bailey, produced by Hillbilly Films, Oliver will play Callum.

There’s no IMDb page, yet, but on Hillbilly Films site they say:

Loaded

8×45′ C4 & AMC
Written by Jon Brown

A hilarious new comedy-drama series that follows four life-long friends who become multi-millionaires – overnight.

Josh, Leon, Ewan and Watto have just sold their start-up videogame company for a clean £246 million – the culmination of a billion man-hours of blood, sweat, toil, coding, shouting, swearing, fighting, hugging, pitching, grinding and occasionally showering. Overnight, the four friends are transformed from “people who play games” to “serious players in the game…” – or are they?

Co-production with Keshet UK


Risultati immagini per On Chesil Beach

The other work is a movie, On Chesil Beach, director Dominic Cooke which whom Oliver works again after Teddy Ferrara. Producers Golan Films.

A drama set in the early 1960s and centered on a young couple on their honeymoon.

Oliver is going to work with impressive actors like Anne-Marie Duff, Saoirse Ronan, Samuel West, Emily Watson. It’s from the book by Ian McEwan.

Here the IMDb.com page, the cast is not complete, yet. I can’t find the producers site. According to what I read on Twitter, they have started filming already. Follow the hashag .


It’s great having Oliver on screen, I hope that he plays long roles and that he gets more recognition!

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