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Thanks Chuckie for the exclusive scans. Please credit or place a link back to our site if you decide to use them and don’t remove our tags. Thanks in advance. “Wolf Hall” starts on BBC Two on Wednesday 21 January at 9pm.
Right-Hand Man — Mark Rylance stars as Thomas Cromwell in an epic new drama. Looking for something to get your teeth into this month? Well, you’re in luck, because a major adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize-winning novels arrives on BBC2 this week and it’s a real animal.
Drama Queen – Claire Foy on the trials and tribulations of becoming Anne Boleyn for the television adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall. Thanks Chuckie for the exclusive scans. Please credit or place a link back to our site if you decide to use them and don’t remove our tags. Thanks in advance. “Wolf Hall” […]
He’s one of history’s great villains. So how did the author of Wolf Hall turn Thomas Cromwell into Henry VIII’s hero? […] “The fall of Anne Boleyn is the subject of Bring Up the Bodies, my second Cromwell novel. The novel, and the TV retelling, ends with her execution. Why revisit some of the best-known […]
“I think, probably, every actor in England went up for a part in this,” jokes Claire Foy, 30 (who starred in Peter Kosminsky’s 2011 C4 political drama The Promise). “And the really lucky ones, like me got included.”
“Anne Boleyn had an extraordinary power over the King,” says Damian Lewis. “Henry was so infatuated with her, he pursued her for five years. He’s also driven by his obsession over a male heir.”
Power, corruption and lies — Damian Lewis and Claire Foy reveal what makes Wolf Hall‘s Tudor England different and darker. “I’m not playing Henry as the womanising, syphilitic, genocidal, bloated Elvis character that people probably expect.” — Damian Lewis […] “For example, I’d read stuff about Anne Boleyn having warts and six fingers,” laughs Foy. […]
Authenticity is everything in the BBC adaptation of Wolf Hall, Hilary Mantel’s take of Tudor intrigue, right down to the very last pin on an extra’s costume. Thanks Chuckie for the exclusive scans. Please credit or place a link back to our site if you decide to use them and don’t remove our tags. Thanks […]