It’s so exciting with this upcoming BBC mini-series which Robert will star in! It’s adapted from the famous English author H. G. Wells science fiction novel The War of the Worlds. Here is the trailer where we can catch a glimpse of Robert and also some screencaptures has been added to the gallery! All the information we gather will be on the series own page, which you can find here.
A little late but here is many photos from this years Happy Ending Convention, which Robert and his Once Upon a Time co-stars attended in May in Paris. The photos has been collected from various sites and sent to us – please let us know if you don’t want any of these photos posted. You can also view some videos in the video archive. Big thanks to everyone who contributed and please send in your photos if you have some!
You might have noticed the lack of updates for a while and unfortunately did things in life get more hectic in general and also my computer started to slowly die… But a new one is on it’s way now, which will make it easy to make updates again!
Here is screencaptures from the two very last Once Upon a Time episodes. They were called “Homecoming” and “Leaving Storybrooke”. A little sad knowing that this is the last time we will add new captures from the series.
Thanks to Robert, the creators, all the staff and all the actors on the show for all the 7 seasons we got to enjoy!
Robert (and his friend and co-star Emilie de Ravin) posted some photos and also a thank you tweet for all the kind comments you all left for him and the others who participated in the series. So strange that there won’t be any more of Once Upon a Time, but now we can look forward to what the future holds for Bobby!
Thanks for all your lovely comments and support over 7 amazing seasons of #OUAT. It's been such a pleasure playing Rumple through the years, i'll miss him, the show and the wonderfully talented team that created it all. Truly an experience i'll always cherish. Much love to all xx
— Robert Carlyle (@robertcarlyle_) May 19, 2018
— Emilie de Ravin (@emiliederavin) May 19, 2018
5. For Ever.. pic.twitter.com/MgaRgbi5nk
— Robert Carlyle (@robertcarlyle_) May 18, 2018
4.. After pic.twitter.com/eiQVI9istp
— Robert Carlyle (@robertcarlyle_) May 18, 2018
Screencaptures from the Once Upon a Time episode which aired this Friday. It was the 18th episode and it was called “The Guardian”.
Robert also tweeted and thanked his fans for their nice comments on his performance:
Thanks to everyone for all your lovely comments on #OUAT ep 18 "The Guardian"
— Robert Carlyle (@robertcarlyle_) April 22, 2018
Such exciting news with a new mini series for Robert! He also posted a photo from the first day on the set of the series and hopefully we will get to see and read more news and photos.
— Robert Carlyle (@robertcarlyle_) April 16, 2018
Filming on the three-part drama, which is produced by ITV-owned Mammoth Screen, has started in Liverpool with Wallander’s Peter Harness adapting the classic H.G. Wells alien invasion story.
The War of the Worlds will be directed by Craig Viveiros (And Then There Were None, Rillington Place) and produced by Betsan Morris Evans (The City & The City).
The series is the first adaptation set in Edwardian England, rather than America, and follows George, played by Spall, and his partner Amy, played by Tomlinson as they attempt to defy society and start a life together against the escalating terror of an alien invasion. Graves plays George’s older brother Frederick, while Carlyle stars as Ogilvy, an astronomer and scientist
The War of the Worlds is executive produced by Damien Timmer, Preethi Mavahalli, Peter Harness, Craig Viveiros and Tommy Bulfin. ITV Studios Global Entertainment will be responsible for international distribution.
Tomlinson said she was delighted to be “taking on the martians” with Spall. “I’ve been a fan of Craig Viveiros’ work for a while, so creating this world with him at the helm is very exciting” while Spall called it a “much loved” story.
Mammoth Screen boss Timmer added, “Here we are, making the original and best alien invasion story for the BBC One audience – it doesn’t get much better than this. With a stellar cast and some very scary Martians up our sleeve we look forward to terrifying large sections of the audience soon.”
Craig Viveiros said, “H.G. Wells’ seminal novel has been adapted for the screen many times but it’s always had a contemporary, and American, setting, this is the first version to be set in London and the Home Counties during the Edwardian period. Peter’s scripts manage to honour the source material with great skill, but we aim to provide a thoroughly modern thrill ride for the audience, delivering an alien invasion story that will shock and awe audiences across the globe.”