Alex Rider Season 2 Updates: Amazon Prime Video and IMDb TV announce new season 2 of “Alex Rider”, investment approved by Bottle Yard Studios in the UK, BIFA announces that Tom Felton will host this year’s event online, NENT Studios UK sells three formats in Vietnam and Cruchnyroll takes the “Tsukimichi – Moonlit Fantasy” broadcast outside of Asia.
Eleven-hour films have announced an extended season of season 2 of its popular Amazon Prime Video and IMDb TV series “Alex Rider.”
Taken from Anthony Horowitz’s favorite series, “Alex Rider” traces a London teenager who has been secretly trained as a spy from childhood. Season 2 will adapt to “Eagle Strike,” the fourth book in a popular series.
“Die Another Day” and “Lost in Space” actor Toby Stephens joins actors like technology billionaire Damian Cray, while Rakie Ayola (“Noughts and Crosses”) will play the newly-appointed CIA deputy director Jo Byrne and Charithra Chandran. , self-confident young Sabina Pleasance whose father is a journalist who writes about Cray.
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Horowitz will also be working as a major producer with Jill Green, Eve Gutierrez, and author Guy Burt. Sony Pictures Television will be broadcast worldwide.
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Bristol’s Bottle Yard Studios has announced that its £ 11.8 million ($ 16.19 million) expansion of three soundtracks is underway following an investment from the West of England Combined Authority (WECA).
WECA, after approving the business framework, released £ 135,000 ($ 185,215) for development and £ 11.73 million
The expansion includes transforming South Bristol’s industrial property into Hawkfield Business Park into three new sound categories, bringing the total to 11, with auxiliary production office spaces, warehouses, clothing and cosmetics, and space emerging. It will also be improved where eight existing phases of sound are required.
The British Independent Film Awards have announced that stage actor and theater actor Tom Felton (Harry Potter), the Netflix star of the upcoming Dutch War, will be hosting the February 18 live awards ceremony in Wales, where he is currently recording Sky the Cinema Save.
Felton will join friends and guests from Britain and abroad to present this year’s winners to an online audience after the awards were forced to show off. The event will be produced by Annie Hughes and Jack Clark and hosted by Catherine Bray of Little Dot Studios.
The nomination was announced in December for the first nine BIFA awards announced last week.
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