• Sexy Beast Prequel TV Series Being Developed

    1 month ago - By Screen Rant

    The gangster film Sexy Beast is the latest surprising piece of IP being mined for the purpose of developing potential a television series by Paramount TV and Anonymous content. The 2000 film from acclaimed director Jonathan Glazer starred Ben Kingsley as the brutal, foul-mouthed criminal Don Logan, and Ray Winstone as retired safecracker Gary 'Gal' Dove, along with Ian McShane as London-based gangster Teddy Bass. It was an entertaining one-last-job story made into something memorable by its impressive lead performances as well as Glazer's virtuosic direction. Most of the film concerned...
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  • Sexy Beast Prequel TV Series is In Development

    Sexy Beast Prequel TV Series is In Development

    1 month ago - By Coming Soon

    Sexy Beast Prequel TV Series is In Development
    Director Jonathan Glazer's cult classic crime film, Sexy Beast , probably wasn't designed to be more than a one-off movie, but that's not going to stop Paramount from turning it into a television show. According to Deadline , Anonymous Content and Paramount Television are developing a Sexy Beast prequel TV series that will expand upon the origins of the three main characters from the movie.
    Within the first movie, Ben Kingsley played Don Logan, an aging gangster who forced his former associate, Gal Dove , to come out of retirement to pull off...
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  • ‘Sexy Beast' Prequel TV Series In Works At Paramount TV & Anonymous Content

    ‘Sexy Beast' Prequel TV Series In Works At Paramount TV & Anonymous Content

    1 month ago - By Deadline

    EXCLUSIVE : The cult British gangster movie Sexy Beast is getting a small-screen prequel. Anonymous Content and Paramount Television have acquired the TV rights to the 2000 film for a TV series that will track the origin story of the Gal Dove, Don Logan and Teddy Bass characters, played in the movie by Ray Winstone, Ben Kingsley and Ian McShane, respectively. Writer Michael Caleo, whose TV credits include The Sopranos and Rescue Me, will write the adaptation.
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