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MOVIEHOLE – “War and Peace” will aur on Lifetime, A&E and HISTORY in January 2016, it was announced today.

Simulcasting in the US on the three networks in January 2016, ”War and Peace” features an all-star cast including SAG Award(R) and Film Independent Spirit Award winner Paul Dano (”12 Years a Slave”, ”Little Miss Sunshine”), Lily James (”Cinderella”, ”Downton Abbey”), James Norton (”Happy Valley”), Golden Globe(R) winner Gillian Anderson (”The X Files”, ”Hannibal”), Oscar(R), Golden Globe and BAFTA winner Jim Broadbent (”Moulin Rouge!”, ”Iris”) and others.

Set against the backdrop of Napoleon’s 1812 invasion of Russia, War and Peace is a story of passion, romance, scandal and deceit surrounding the rising and falling fortunes of five aristocratic families – the Bezukhovs, Bolkonskys, Drubetskoys, Kuragins and Rostovs – in the waning days of imperial Russia.

Produced by BBC Cymru Wales Drama, in partnership with The Weinstein Company, BBC Worldwide/Lookout Point and Lifetime, ”War and Peace” was written by Emmy and BAFTA winner Andrew Davies (”House of Cards”, ”Mr. Selfridge”, ”Pride and Prejudice”) and directed by BAFTA nominee Tom Harper (”Peaky Blinders”, ”The Scouting Book for Boys”, ”Woman in Black: Angel of Death”). Principal photography took place in Russia, Lithuania and Latvia.

”War and Peace” is Executive Produced by BBC Wales Head of Drama Faith Penhale (”A Poet In New York”, ”Doctor Who, Sherlock”) and Bethan Jones (”Sherlock”, ”The Passing Bells”, ”Atlantis”) for BBC Cymru Wales, Andrew Davies, with Harvey Weinstein (”Marco Polo”, ”The Imitation Game”, ”Silver Linings Playbook”) and Robert Walak (”Woman In Gold”, ”Shame”, ”Calvary” ) for The Weinstein Company, and Simon Vaughan (”Parade’s End”, ”Ripper Street”) for Lookout Point. The Producer is Julia Stannard (”The Great Train Robbery”, ”United”, ”The Awakening”).

Lily James, Christopher Plummer and Jai Courtney are all heading to Belgium next month to film The Kaiser’s Last Kiss.

Principal photography starts in September on the WWII spy thriller, which is adapted by Simon Burke from the novel by Alan Judd.

Set in the Netherlands just after the Nazi invasion of 1940, it centres on a house in Doorn of former monarch Kaiser Wilhelm II (Plummer). Living there in exile since 1917 he now has to deal once more with the German army who have occupied Holland.

James (Cinderella) plays a young Jewish woman in the Dutch resistance who works undercover with British forces to plant an agent within the Kaiser’s household. Courtney (Suicide Squad) takes the role of a German officer, whose love affair with the young woman threatens to ignite that plan with lethal consequences.

Film House Germany’s Egoli Tossell Film is producing alongside Ostar Enterprises, with renowned theatre director David Leveaux making his feature directorial debut.

Judy Tossell and Hollywood super-agent Lou Pitt (whose clients include Plummer) are the producers, with Bill Haber and Phil Geier on board to executive produce.

Scan of Lily in the September issue of Vogue magazine can now be found in our gallery!

Lily is one of the “Forces of Fashion” alongside actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw in this new photoshoot for Vogue US (September). We will add the scans as soon as possible!

Here’s the trailer for ‘Burnt’ with a short glimpse at Lily! The movie hits theaters on October 23.

Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) had it all – and lost it. A two-star Michelin rockstar with the bad habits to match, the former enfant terrible of the Paris restaurant scene did everything different every time out, and only ever cared about the thrill of creating explosions of taste. To land his own kitchen and that third elusive Michelin star though, he’ll need the best of the best on his side, including the beautiful Helene (Sienna Miller). BURNT is a remarkably funny and emotional story about the love of food, the love between two people, and the power of second chances.

THE TELEGRAPH – When it was last on television, it took an epic 20 episodes to tell the sprawling story of love, family and Napoleonic war in Tolstoy’s Russia.

The BBC’s latest version, more than four decades on, has enlisted Lily James, Andrew Davies and a cast of hundreds to convince a new generation that War and Peace is for them in just six hours.

The BBC aims to broadcast the “definitive” War and Peace for the 21st century, executives said, as they unveil the first-look images from their far-from-cosy new period drama.

It will aim to encapsulate Tolstoy’s magnum opus in a six-part adaption that will showcase the “humour, energy, light and love” of the original story, while syphoning off the philosophical musings.

First announced in the Telegraph two years ago, prospective fans can now get their first glimpse of the drama with new images of Natasha Rostova, played by Lily James, Paul Dano as Pierre Bezukhov and James Norton as Prince Andrei Bolkonsky.

Executives hope the adaptation, by “master” of the genre Andrew Davies, will convince a new generation that War and Peace is not a daunting, dry book to be consigned to history, but full of the modern-day dilemmas affecting teenagers through time.

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