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Noah to reprise his role in ‘The Night Manager’, season 2

After eight years, ‘The Night Manager’ is getting a new season, Deadline reports. You can refresh your memory of season one in the gallery.

Several familiar faces will be back for the upcoming second season of The Night Manager. Olivia Colman will return to reprise her Emmy-nominated role as intelligence officer Angela Burr. Additionally, Noah Jupe will return as Danny Roper, Alistair Petrie as Alexander “Sandy” Langbourne, Douglas Hodge as Rex Mayhew and Michael Nardone as Frisky, Deadline has confirmed.

They join the returning Tom Hiddleston as former military officer Jonathan Pine. Other confirmed cast for Season 2 includes Camila Morrone, Diego Calva, Indira Varma, Paul Chahidi and Hayley Squires.

The Night Manager Season 2 will begin filming later this year and will pick up with Hiddleston’s Jonathan Pine eight years after the explosive finale of Season 1, going beyond the original book, which was written by the celebrated British writer in 1993. Additional plot details are being kept under wraps and there is not yet confirmation as to whether EP Laurie’s Richard Roper, who was last seen in the back of a paddy wagon driven by arms buyers who were not best pleased with him, will return to star.

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Noah for Schön Magazine

Noah was featured in Schön Magazine a few weeks ago. You can read the interview on their page and see the photoshoot images in the gallery.

In the world of acting, Noah Jupe stands as a beacon of versatility and dedication. His journey is marked by a seamless blend of passion and performance — from his humble beginnings as a curious youngster to his current role in the captivating historical drama Franklin, Jupe’s trajectory illuminates the profound influence of storytelling across epochs.

With each character he embodies, Jupe navigates the delicate balance between history and fiction, infusing his portrayals with an authenticity that resonates deeply with audiences. In Franklin, he portrays William Temple Franklin opposite Michael Douglas’s Benjamin Franklin. It’s no small feat for just being 19-years-old, but Jupe plays his character with a deft and dynamic touch. In conversation with Schön!, Jupe discusses his acting evolution, his work on Franklin, and more.

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Noah to star in ‘& Sons’

Noah is set to star in another new project – ‘& Sons’ by Argentinian filmmaker Pablo Trapero. Read more at the source.

Oscar nominee Bill Nighy (Living), Indie Spirit nominee Noah Jupe (A Quiet Place I & II), BAFTA nominee George MacKay (1917) and BAFTA nominee Matt Smith (The Crown) are set to star in acclaimed Argentinian filmmaker Pablo Trapero’s (El Clan) English-language movie debut & Sons, which is being scripted by Oscar winner Sarah Polley (Women Talking).


“Andrew is a novelist best known to the world as A.N. Dyer. He wrote his first book when he was 27 and it became an instant classic, selling 45M copies and creating a cult around its elusive author. Andrew wakes up one morning convinced that he is about to die. He knows that with his time on Earth dwindling he needs to set right the major relationships of his life and so he summons his sons to be with him.

“It’s been almost 20 years since an ‘incident’ tore apart the Dyer home. An incident that has a name – Andy. Andy’s the reason his world-famous father, Andrew, no longer speaks to his adult age sons, Richard and Jamie, nor to his ex-wife, Isabel. However when his sons arrive, laden with their own problems, Andrew does not seek their forgiveness, as they expected, instead he tells them something so wild it couldn’t possibly be true. Or could it?”

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‘Lady in the Lake’ to be released July 19

Apple TV has set a release date of ‘Lady in the Lake’ for July 19 along with a first look image that sadly doesn’t feature Noah, but check it out at the link anyway.

Today, Apple TV+ unveiled a first look at “Lady in the Lake,” the upcoming, seven-part limited series starring Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winner Natalie Portman, who also serves as executive producer, and Emmy Award nominee Moses Ingram. “Lady in the Lake” will make its global debut on Apple TV+ with the first two episodes on Friday, July 19, 2024, followed by new episodes every Friday through August 23, 2024.