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Drummer First Look at EW; TV Guide Spotlights le Carré Cameo

This week, Entertainment Weekly shares a first look at The Little Drummer Girl, while TV Guide spotlights John le Carré’s cameo in the series. Plus, Park Chan-wook explains to The Telegraph why he wanted to direct this project. Read on for more:

Entertainment Weekly shares a first look at Alexander Skarsgard in The Little Drummer Girl, as well as key art and scenes with Florence Pugh and Michael Shannon, with Stephen Cornwell saying that Park Chan-wook “brings his own sensibilities to the show, and they’re unique and particular to him in very exciting ways.”

TV Guide showcases photos of John le Carré’s The Little Drummer Girl cameo, where the “legendary author will appear as a waiter.”

• “Ever since I read The Spy Who Came in from the Cold when I was in high school I was a big admirer of le Carré, but I only read The Little Drummer Girl in 2015. I was immediately mesmerised by it and I thought it was his best work,” Park Chan-wook tells The Telegraph.

• Simon Cornwell discusses Florence Pugh with IGN, saying, “In many ways she is Charlie. One of the strange things about Little Drummer Girl is that, although it’s a story set 40-odd years ago, the lead character is an incredibly contemporary-feeling young woman, someone who is really out in front.”

• The Winnipeg Sun includes The Little Drummer Girl in its fall preview of must-watch shows: “Filmed in scenic locales such as London, Prague and Athens, the intrigue revolves around a man of mystery, an actress with secrets and a spy mastermind pulling all the strings.”

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