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Mickey Sumner Spotlighted by ET, W; Mark Strong Books Movie Role

lws-ep103-joe-frank-325This week, Mickey Sumner is spotlighted by both Entertainment Tonight and W Magazine, while Mark Strong books a movie role. Plus, Lennie James talks travel with The Independent. Read on for more:

Entertainment Tonight highlights a clip of Low Winter Sun featuring Mickey Sumner, the daughter of Sting and Trudie Styler.

Mickey Sumner is named a member of Generation W by W Magazine, which mentions her part on the “gritty” Low Winter Sun.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mark Strong has been tapped to join the cast of Morten Tyldum’s The Imitation Game.

Lennie James talks to The Independent about his travel experiences and proclaims, “It’s fun to get lost in new places.”

Variety reports that Low Winter Sun will be broadcast in parts of Europe, as well as Asia, on Sundance Channel Global.

Antipodal Arapaima highlights a clip of Season 1, Episode 7, “There Was a Girl,” which airs Sept. 22.

Playbill.com interviews Ruben Santiago-Hudson and several other actors who are involved with readings of August Wilson’s American Century Cycle plays. Santiago-Hudson is the project’s artistic director.

• For recaps and reviews of Season 1, Episode 6, “The Way Things Are,” check out Celeb Dirty Laundry, Deadline Detroit, IGN and TV Fanatic.

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