Celebrate The Release Of BrOTHERHOOD With The Rising Stars Of The Trilogy16:15:00
Good Afternoon Lovelies,
Ten years ago one of the biggest British films broke out into cinemas. Now the Hood trilogy is about to come to a close. To celebrate I thought now would be the perfect time to celebrate those who starred in it.
I will admit lovelies I did not write this, because I think the writer deserves the credit, but I hope that you all enjoy it.
To celebrate the release of BrOTHERHOOD on Blu-ray and DVD December 26, we take a look at some of the actors who have appeared in ThE HOOD TRILOGY and have seen their careers propelled to new heights.
Arnold Oceng: After Brixton born Oceng secured the role of Henry in AdULTHOOD, he went on to star in an array of British films such as 184.108.40.206, Victim and My Brother The Devil. In 2014, Oceng hopped across the pond to star alongside Reese Witherspoon in critically-acclaimed drama The Good Lie. This year, he returns to his roots as an older, wiser and certainly more entertaining Henry in BrOTHERHOOD, before starring in much-hyped awards-bait A United Kingdom.
Rafe Spall: Son of British acting royalty Timothy Spall, Rafe Spall certainly hasn’t been out shadowed by his father. After kicking off his career with KiDULTHOOD and Shaun of the Dead, it didn’t take long for Spall to find success; appearing in Brit flicks like Hot Fuzz to blockbusters such as Prometheus, Life of Pi, and this year’s BFG. Running parallel is Spall’s impressive portfolio of TV work, including Black Mirror, Agatha Christie’s Marple and Pete Versus Life.
Nicholas Hoult: KiDULTHOOD fell in between Nicholas Hoult’s transition between being the cute kid from About A Boy and becoming a strong male lead in his own right. After appearing in KiDULTHOOD, Hoult shot to stardom playing Tony, the popular cool kid in E4’s Skins. Since then, the sky has been the limit with the recognisable actor securing and shining in blockbusters from X-Men to Mad Max Fury Road.