Penguin Bloom Teams Walking Dead Star Andrew Lincoln with Naomi Watts
The Walking Dead Star Andrew Lincoln has just landed his next film role, the actor having signed for play in the leading role drama to come Penguin Bloom . The film is an adaptation of Bradley's book Trevor Greive and Cameron Bloom, which is highly rated and bestseller. The Cry Director Glendyn Ivin is about to direct the film, using a screenplay written by Shaun Grant and Harry Cripps. Lincoln co-star Naomi Watts is also producing the project, along with Emma Cooper and Bruna Papandrea, Jodi Matterson and Steve Hutensky from Made Up Stories.
In Penguin Bloom Lincoln will play the lead role in front of Naomi Watts, representing her character's husband. The story takes place on Sydney's northern beaches and follows a horrific accident that paralyzed the mother of a young family. As the family faces the hardships of its new way of life, a wounded Magpie chick nicknamed "Penguin" parade in their lives. Regarded in the book as a "strange little bird that has saved a family," Magpie turns out to be an unlikely savior to the family, completely changing the way each of them looks at life.
Andrew Lincoln is, of course, best known for his role as Rick Grimes in the successful AMC zombie drama The Walking Dead . Since the beginning of the pilot episode of the series in 2010, Lincoln was the central protagonist of the series. The story followed his search for his missing wife (Sarah Wayne Callies) and son (Chandler Riggs) in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. Although he would soon be reuniting with his family, he would lose both as the series progressed. Despite the fact that he was failing to protect his family, Rick had long been one of the most popular characters in the series, alongside other favorites such as Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Michonne (Danai Gurira).
All good things must end, and Lincoln decided that it was time to leave The Walking Dead early in its ninth season. However, the character's life was spared when Rick Grimes was out of the series, leaving the door open for a potential comeback. It has since been confirmed that Lincoln would reprise the role in several films Walking Dead whose first was recently the subject of an official trailer. The teaser also confirms that the film will be a theatrical release, unlike a TV movie developed for AMC, to eventually bring the blockbuster franchise to the big screen with one of its most beloved characters. 19459007 There is no word yet. when Penguin Bloom will be released in the cinema, but this film will be watched if you are a fan of Lincoln. Now that he no longer plays in the weekly episodes of The Walking Dead we will see if the actor can find the same success on the big screen. This information comes from Variety.