Helena Bonham-Carter Joins Nick Hornby’s ‘Love, Nina’

September 2, 2015 - Finding Carter

LONDON — Helena Bonham-Carter (“Suffragette,” “Cinderella”) is set to star in Nick Hornby’s instrumentation of Nina Stibbe’s book “Love, Nina” for a BBC.

The five-part fictionalized instrumentation of Stibbe’s letters home to her sister is described as a “charming, laugh-out-loud culture-clash play series” about a immature nanny from a provincial city in England anticipating her feet in 1980s London.

Hornby said: “Nina Stibbe’s book ‘Love, Nina’ has already determined itself as a much-loved square of comic essay and we adore it. Her observations and worldview were a impulse for a uncover that we consider captures a same spirit. It’s been a fun to write and we’re anxious with a peculiarity of a cast.”

“Love, Nina” reunites Bonham Carter with “Toast” executive S.J. Clarkson, who earnings to U.K. radio after operative on U.S. shows. He destined a opening episodes of Marvel and Netflix’s arriving uncover “AKA Jessica Jones,” starring Kristen Ritter, and many recently “Vinyl” for Martin Scorsese and HBO.

The “Love, Nina” expel includes Faye Marsay (“The White Queen,” “Game of Thrones”) as Nina, a nanny, pang from a enlightenment startle of relocating to one of London’s many Bohemian streets from her home city in England’s East Midlands.

Jason Watkins, who won a BAFTA for “The Lost Honor of Christopher Jefferies,” will play author Malcolm Tanner, and Josh McGuire (“Mr. Turner”) will play Nunney, Nina’s on-off boyfriend. Bonham Carter will be personification Georgia, a beautiful, blunt mom to Joe and Max. Brothers Joe and Max, who are intelligent and humorous over their years, will be played by Ethan Rouse and Harry Webster.

Filming takes place on plcae in London in September.

“Love Nina” was consecrated by Charlotte Moore, controller BBC One, and Ben Stephenson, former controller of BBC Drama Commissioning. The executive producer is Lucy Richer for BBC Drama.

The uncover was constructed by See-Saw Films (“Top of a Lake”), that won an Academy Award for “The King’s Speech.” It is headed by producers Emile Sherman and Iain Canning.

source ⦿ http://variety.com/2015/tv/global/helena-bonham-carter-joins-nick-hornbys-love-nina-1201583760/

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