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The James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan-starring single BBC drama Together has won the BAFTA TV Awards for Best Single Drama. The show beat off competition from Jack Thorne’s Help for Channel 4, along with Sky Arts’ Death of England: Face to Face and Channel 4’s I Am Victoria. The one-off film from Shoebox Films, Sonia Friedman Productions and BBC Film followed a family through the Covid pandemic, taking a first-person camera approach.

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Et Canada Interview: Together

James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan star in “Together”, the new comedy from award-winning producer Stephen Daldry (“The Crown”). The stars discuss their experience working on the film, while McAvoy shares his fondness of the script and his co-star.

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My Son Trailer

My Son will be available on Universal’s Peacock streaming service on September 15.

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New stills from Together

2 new stills from Together. Together Premiered August 27 in the US.


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First Look at Together
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First Look at Together

James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan (“Catastrophe,” “Military Wives”) are set to front “Utopia” writer Dennis Kelly’s drama “Together.”

Directed by Emmy and BAFTA-winning director Stephen Daldry (“The Crown”), the film is set in the U.K. from the first days of the COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020 until the present day. It tells the story of a husband and wife who are forced to re-evaluate themselves and their relationship during lockdown.

Horgan plays a charity worker who is a co-ordinator for all of Europe at a refugee charity, while McAvoy plays a self-employed man who runs a boutique computing consultancy. He’s been forced to furlough his staff and take up growing vegetables. The couple share a 10-year-old son, who is the one thing that has kept his parents’ relationship together — until lockdown.

“Together” is produced by Guy Heeley and West End and Broadway theater producer Sonia Friedman.

Source: Variety

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It 2 News

Director Andy Muschietti has revealed the gargantuan running time for It Chapter 2, confirming that it will last for 2 hours and 45 minutes.

That’s a full half an hour longer than It Chapter 1, which hit cinemas in September, 2017, when it received critical acclaim before it went on to smash numerous box office records as it grossed £565.7 million ($700.4 million).

It 2 also received a R Rating for disturbing violent content and bloody images throughout, pervasive language, and some crude sexual material.

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Appearances / 2019 / 07.17.19 | It 2 Comic Con International