Cillian Murphy in a scene from season 5 of Peaky Blinders.
With production on the series delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans are waiting in anticipation for new episodes of the hit BBC drama.
“There’s a great female character who is new, who is pretty dark,” Byrne told Digital Spy. “I haven’t seen a character like her in Peaky before. I won’t say who she is, but she certainly gives Tommy [Shelby, played by Cillian Murphy] a run for his money. She challenges him in a different way.”
He added that the new character is similar to Oswald Mosley, the founder of the British Union of Fascists who was played by Sam Claflin in season five.
“She has a similar ideology,” said Byre, “and that’s challenging for any character, like I’ve said before… they don’t have guns or a gang, but they have an ideology that’s like a virus and it’s more dangerous than anything. She’s a great character and we’re really close to casting her, as well.”
The new series is expected to resume production in the next few months.
Earlier this month, series creator Steven Knight revealed which character he regrets killing off the most.
Russell’s Kate Wyler also sweats — a lot. Which, like the messy hair, is something you never saw from Elizabeth Jennings, the Soviet spy Russell played with impeccable, delicious cool for six seasons on “The Americans.”
The production features a talented cast of Emirati actors, including Deema Ahmed, Mohammed Jumaa, Abdullah Nabil and Saud Al Zarouni.
Netflix announced that it will begin streaming the fourth and final season of the teen drama on June 5 in a behind-the-scenes video, showing the cast members fighting back tears.
At the event, which brought together patients, healthcare professionals, and esteemed dignitaries, Mr. Rahman announced his forthcoming song dedicated to the UAE. This musical creation is a result of a collaborative effort with Burjeel Holdings.
The film was written by Kelley Younger, whose family grew up on Candy Cane Lane in El Segundo, California — a neighbourhood known for competitive holiday decorating.
The Bollywood actress attended the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah. During an interview with Deadline, she said it was filmmaker Karan Johar’s work that influenced her to become an actor.