Netflix has formally launched the trailer for Scoop, an upcoming film that may delve into the within story of the notorious interview with Prince Andrew on Newsnight. Set to premiere on April 5, the movie stars Gillian Anderson (Intercourse Training) and Rufus Sewell (The Diplomat) as Emily Maitlis and the Duke of York, respectively.
Based mostly on the memoir of former Newsnight producer Sam McAlister, the upcoming characteristic will heart on Emily Maitlis’s interview with a member of the British royal household. Although the trailer didn’t reveal something about what audiences ought to count on from Scoop, its last moments spotlight each Anderson’s Emily and Sewell’s Prince Andrew as they sit down for a dialog, with the previous uttering, “Your royal highness.”
“To get an interview this huge, it’s a must to be daring.”
Scoop is poised to provide viewers an inside have a look at the notorious BBC interview, which Netflix (by way of Tudum) described as “the news of the last decade.” Peter Moffat and Geoff Bussetil tailored the memoir, with BAFTA and Emmy-winning director Philip Martin on the helm.
The official synopsis for Scoop reads: “Impressed by actual occasions, Scoop is the within account of the tenacious journalism that landed an earth-shattering interview – Prince Andrew’s notorious BBC Newsnight look. From the stress of producer Sam McAlister’s high-stakes negotiations with Buckingham Palace all the way in which to Emily Maitlis’ jaw-dropping, forensic showdown with the Prince, Scoop takes us contained in the story with the ladies who would cease at nothing to get it.”
You possibly can watch the trailer for Scoop down under (watch extra trailers):
Who else is concerned in Scoop?
Other than Anderson and Sewell, the upcoming movie may even star Billie Piper (Penny Dreadful) as Sam McAlister, Romola Garai (The Hour) as editor Esme Wren, and Keeley Hawes (Bodyguard) as Prince Andrew’s former personal secretary Amanda Thirsk.
Rounding out the forged are Charity Wakefield as Prince Andrew’s daughter Princess Beatrice, Lia Williams as former BBC director of stories Fran Unsworth, and Intercourse Training’s Connor Swindells as photographer Jae Donnelly.
The movie is produced by Hilary Salmon and Radford Neville for The Lighthouse Movie & TV.
Scoop premieres on Netflix on April 5.