Luke attended on January 22 the Vanity Fair EE Rising Star BAFTAs Pre Party. Our gallery has been updated with HQ images:
Back on January 09-10, Luke visited ‘AM To DM’, Pop of the Morning & Broadway. Our gallery has been updated with HQ images:
Public Appearances > 2020 > January 10 – Pop of the Morning
Public Appearances > 2020 > January 10 – Luke Evans visit Broadway
Back on January 08, Luke visited Build Series to promote his album. Our gallery has been updated with HQ images, check then below and watch some videos from the panel:
Public Appearances > 2020 > January 08 – Luke Evans visit Build
Luke Evans is set to star in a new ITV true crime drama from the makers of Line of Duty and Bodyguard.
RADIO TIMES: Evans will take on the lead role in The Pembrokeshire Murders, which is described by ITV as a “three-part mini-series depicting the pursuit of a cold-blooded serial killer.”
The drama has been adapted by In Plain Sight scribe Nick Stevens, from the novel Catching the Bullseye Killer, which was written by Senior Investigating Officer Steve Wilkins and ITV news journalist Jonathan Hill.
Speaking on his casting as Wilkins, Evans said in an ITV statement, “It is a privilege to be playing the role of Steve Wilkins in The Pembrokeshire Murders and working again with Simon Heath, his team at World Productions and ITV.
“It’s a huge responsibility for me as the drama depicts a true crime which to this day still affects the families of those whose lives were tragically taken.”
The mini-series focuses on the 2006 reopening of an investigation into an unsolved double murder from the 1980s, and Wilkins’s chase to find enough evidence to charge a suspected serial killer whose sentence for burglary is nearing completion.
ITV’s head of drama, Polly Hill, who commissioned the series, said, “Nick Stevens script is a fascinating and insightful account into how and why the Dyfed Powys Police team reopened this cold case and brought a serial killer to justice after he’d evaded capture for nearly two decades. [sic]
“I have wanted to work with Luke Evans again since we made The Great Train Robbery, which Simon Heath and World Productions also produced.
“I’m delighted that The Pembrokeshire Murders is that project, as Luke will be incredible as Steve Wilkins and this is going to be an unmissable drama for our ITV audience.”
Simon Heath, the executive producer, said, “We’re thrilled to be working again with Luke and Nick to bring to the screen the story of Steve Wilkins and his team’s brilliant cold case detective work.”
The cast also includes Keith Allen (Kingsman: The Golden Circle), Owen Teale (Game of Thrones), Alexandria Riley (The End of the F***ing World), Caroline Berry (Coronation Street), Oliver Ryan (The Accident) and David Fynn (Vanity Fair).
Luke Evans stopped by iHeartRadio in NYC for an exclusive interview. He talked about his album ‘At Last,’ his favorite tracks from the album, talked about sharing the charts with Billie Eilish & Celine Dion, + more!
Luke Evans also try to guess if a Disney character or Kardashian said these quotes
Our gallery was updated with promotional matherial & screencaptures of Luke’s scenes in “State Like Sleep”!