Watch the teaser trailer for Will’s upcoming show Dopesick, which premieres on Hulu October 13th! I’ve also added a few screen captures from the teaser trailer to the gallery.
According to Deadline, will is set to star opposite Lucy Boynton in an upcoming adaptation of the novel ‘Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?’ by Agatha Christie for BritBox US. Hugh Laurie, star of The Night Manager and House, is behind the adaptation and the series is starting production this week. Here’s a summary of the story:
Based on the 1934 Agatha Christie novel, Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? follows the local Vicar’s son, Bobby Jones (Poulter), and his whip-smart friend, socialite Lady Frances “Frankie” Derwent (Boynton) on their crime-solving adventure after they discover the crumpled body of a dying man who, with his last breath, gasps the cryptic question of the title. Armed only with a photograph of a beautiful young woman found in the dead man’s pocket, these amateur detectives pursue, and are pursued by, the answer to the mystery.
Congrats to Will for landing another great project! I absolutely love mysteries and I can’t wait to see this.
I’ve added 100+ screen captures of Will in episode 2 of The Underground Railroad to the gallery. He is credited on IMDb in episode 7 as well but I did not see him there. If you have any info, please share!
A teaser trailer for Will’s upcoming project The Underground Railroad was released this week!
Written and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Barry Jenkins, and based on Colton Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, the story follows a young woman named Cora who makes an amazing discovery during her attempt to break free from slavery in the deep south. Will plays a character named Sam who, according to the book, is a station agent and ally to Cora who owns a saloon in South Carolina.
The Underground Railroad premieres Friday, May 14 on Amazon Prime. Watch the teaser trailer below!
Will attended Cartier’s celebration for the reopening their New Bond Street boutique yesterday in London. I’ve added a couple of photos to the gallery.