She asks to go to the nearest beach, so the man — Ben, played by Ben Whishaw, in the BBC version, Naz in the U. When he awakens, he goes back upstairs to retrieve his things and say good-bye to his companion, named Melanie in the BBC iteration, at which point he discovers she’s been stabbed to death.
He panics and flees the scene in the taxi, committing a traffic violation that results in his being pulled over by police and, eventually, arrested in connection with the murder.
But given the similarities between the two plots, the British original may also provide some hints about how the murder mystery in the American version will be resolved.
Watching it in tandem with the HBO drama reveals the many ways that The Night Of creators, Richard Price and Steven Zaillian, expanded on and added further nuance to its narrative.Allow us to present Britain’s It actors of the moment, here playing themselves, then, from Friday, starring alongside Emma Thompson and Michael Gambon in the much-anticipated film adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s classic novel Brideshead Revisited.Whishaw — whose 2004 Hamlet was rated up there with Gielgud’s and O’Toole’s — plays the beautiful, charming, but self-destructive Lord Sebastian Flyte, while Goode — variously billed as the next Brad Pitt/Hugh Grant/Rupert Everett — plays his close friend, Charles Ryder, who is torn between his affections for Flyte and Flyte’s sister, Julia. “It’s more of a love sea.” And so, with Flyte controversially outed by director Julian Jarrold, there is a stolen sunset snog between Flyte and Ryder, as well as a most gentlemanly sex scene with Ryder and Julia.screenwriter Anthony Mc Carten has been hired to revive the long-awaited FREDDIE MERCURY biopic which chronicles the life of the legendary Queen frontman.The film is being produced by GK Films‘ Graham King, Tribeca Productions and Queen Films, with production slated for June of 2016.The two met during the filming of ‘Bright Star’ (2009). It’s hard to have a conversation with people you’ve known your whole life about a very intimate thing.” If coming out for yourself and your loved ones is difficult, imagine doing it for the whole world.