The new 10-episode series will air on Sky and streaming on NOW from February 17th.
Exactly one month after the debut, from 17 February exclusively on Sky and streaming only on NOW, Djangothe awaited original series Sky and CANAL+ homage to the classic western by Sergio Corbucci, shows itself in a spectacular official trailer along with its vivid characters, including the eponymous protagonist played by the established Mathias Schoenaerts (The Danish Girl).
The plot and the cast of Django
Created and written by the duo of Gomorrah: The Series Leonardo Fasoli e Madeleine Ravagliand directed by Francesca Comencini e David Evans (Downton Abbey), Django it is the story of a man who, having set out in search of revenge, will end up fighting for something greater. In late 19th-century Texas, Django reaches New Babylon, a parched city at the bottom of a crater. He searches for the men who murdered his family, but discovers that his daughter Sarah survived and is at the scene. She is now twenty years old and is about to marry John Ellis, who is the founder of New Babylon. Sarah does not want Django around, but he is not a man to give up, and will leave no stone unturned to have another chance with her daughter. In any case, the three – Django, Sarah and John – are entangled in a tangle of sinister secrets destined to come to the surface.
Next to Schoenaerts they act Nicholas Pinnock (Captain America) as John Ellis e Lisa Vicari (Dark) by Sarah, as well as Noomi Rapace (Sherlock Holmes) by Elizabeth Thurman, the powerful and ruthless enemy of Ellis, engaged in a personal mission whose purpose is to get rid of this community of thieves and sinners. They add up Juddah James (Sandition), Benny O. Arthur (Get Lucky) e Eric Kole (Fifty Pence) in the roles of the sons of John e Tom Austen (The Royals) del cowboy Eljiah Turner. The 10 episodes are produced by Cattleya and Atlantique Productions and co-produced by Sky Studios and CANAL+, in collaboration with STUDIOCANAL and Odeon Fiction and with the support of the Italian Ministry of Culture and the Romanian government.
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