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ROBERT RODRIGUEZ TO DIRECT 'ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK' REBOOT

ROBERT RODRIGUEZ TO DIRECT 'ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK' REBOOT - 24 Mar 2017

Robert Rodriguez has signed on to direct the remake of John Carpenter’s iconic 1981 film. Neil is scripting the film, for 20th Century Fox. More here from Deadline Hollywood.

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JIM STURGESS AND AGYNESS DEYN LEAD HARD SUN CAST

JIM STURGESS AND AGYNESS DEYN LEAD HARD SUN CAST - 06 Jan 2017

Neil’s new pre-apocalyptic crime drama is produced by Euston Films for BBC One in the UK and Hulu in the US. Jim Sturgess (One Day, 21) and Agyness Deyn (Sunset Song) play detectives Robert Hicks and Elaine Renko, partners and enemies, who seek to enforce the law and protect their loved ones in a world...

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LUTHER SCORES THREE PRIMETIME EMMY NOMINATIONS

LUTHER SCORES THREE PRIMETIME EMMY NOMINATIONS - 15 Jul 2016

Congratulations team Luther for the three nominations for the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards, which were announced today. The 2015 Luther Special has been nominated for Outstanding TV Movie; Idris Elba has been nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Limited Series or Movie; and John Conroy, the show’s...

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NEIL CROSS NOMINATED FOR BAFTA  FOR LUTHER SPECIAL

NEIL CROSS NOMINATED FOR BAFTA FOR LUTHER SPECIAL - 23 Mar 2016

Congratulations to Neil on his nomination for a BAFTA in the craft awards announced yesterday (22 March). He received the nomination in the Writer: Drama category for the Luther special, which aired in the UK in December. The BBC’s Nic Bennis and Miki Kato were also nominated for Luther in the Titles and...

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Luther - Series 1

...the actors' skill - and Cross' admirable ability to explore his characters' boundaries without either calcifying or forsaking them - allows "Luther" to be superhuman in both the ordinary and extraordinary sense.

Los Angeles Times

Luther - Series 2

“Gritty, brooding, emotionally raw . . . whatever you call it, Luther is powerful TV.”

San Francisco Chronicle

Luther - Series 3

It gets darker, scarier and more captivating with each episode as Luther matches wits with killers and cops alike . . . the outstanding Elba broods like no other actor, and adds nuance to the series beyond the excellent writing of series creator Neil Cross and his team

Sunday Mirror