Hey Lovelies, 

This piece of film news that I have to share with you all now is very different too much of the recent news in which we have heard lovelies, and I am very happy to bring it to you, because it is shooting news meaning new films are in the works lovelies! 

Starting with ‘Viceroy’s House’ which is currently being shot by director Gurinder Chadha in Jodhpur in India and stars, Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson, Sir Michael Gambon, Simon Callow, Manish Dayal, Huma Qureshi, Om Puri,  Tanveer Ghani, Denzil Smith and Neeraj Kabi lovelies. 

Back in 1947, the home was the house of Lord Mountbatten, who was the last person to live there, as he worked to give India back to its people. During his time there, he lived upstairs with his wife and daughter, while 500 Hindu, Muslim and Sikh servants lived downstairs. Together the personal and political worlds combined together causing history to be made. 

Filming has now begun on the film lovelies and I will bring you more news as I hear about it lovelies! 

As I will do with this film as well lovelies, as ‘Tommy’s Honour’, which I have spoken about before on the blog, has cast Sam Neill, Peter Mullan Jack Lowden and Ophelia Lovibond within the film about golfer Tom Morris’ relationship with his son and the skills that both of them possess. 

Commenting on Sam Neill joining the talented cast, director Connery stated: ‘’I am thrilled to have an actor of this calibre join our great cast. He brings another element to the film with his experience and captivating on screen persona. Production is off to a rousing start and we have captured some incredible images. I’m very excited to bring the story to the screen. It is a story that is truly close to my heart as I grew up with my father on a golf course, and I have a home an hour from St. Andrews. This is an extraordinary and intimate tale of love and family at the beginning of the great game of golf. This story has to be told!”

While, Producer Keith Bank followed: “Even the most ardent golfers know very little about the origins of the sport. There are massive efforts out there to try to grow the game, and my partner Jim Kreutzer and I know of no better way to do so than to educate and entertain people through exposing them to its colourful history, beginning in the UK.  However, this is much more than a golf story, as the film will be visually rich and touch on many universal themes, including class distinction, familial relationships, a love story and tragedy.”

As well, Robbie Allen, Senior Screen Executive at Creative Scotland, said: “We are proud to support the realisation of this very Scottish story from director Jason Connery and producer Bob Last. This captivating and emotional father and son drama is set to engage and entertain audiences at home and internationally. A high profile project, with an exciting cast, this production provides the perfect opportunity to showcase Scotland’s creative, craft and technical talent, our stunning locations and the wealth of our social and sporting history.”

Both look very exciting lovelies! 

Blog Soon, 
Joey X

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