Category: News/Updates

Chimera, Host, House of Salem & a new webseries

Pottsy has several new projects in the works. If you follow him on twitter, you know that he’s about to launch another webseries and there will be more information very soon on that so stay tuned.

He’s also got several other projects coming along as well.
House of Salem -A group of kidnappers become a child’s unlikely protectors, after finding out they have unwittingly been set up to take part in a deadly game of human sacrifice. As they start to uncover the truth of the safe house they find themselves trapped, they must battle demonic forces in the walls and uncover the terrifying truth of over a hundred years of murder in the name of the Devil. House of Salem now has a new poster as well and will be one of the films featured at FrightFest London:

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Host(now in Post-Production/coming 2017): Set in Notting Hill/Portobello Road about a young trendy couple. He’s a fashion photographer,  and Christine Marzano is a famous actress who rent their home out while they’re away on holiday and when they return it seems their ‘guests’ still haven’t left.

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Finally, Chimera. Another psychological thriller like Host. This time when a violent patient escapes their room and causes upheaval by letting loose other asylum members, Eve (Nadia Lamin) The Warden tries to find safety for the wounded Dr Barnes (Pottsy) along with Jackie a Nurse, Jean a Visitor and Marcus (Marc Zammit) the Security Guard. But what they come to realise is, you can’t drown your demons if they know how to swim.

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For the latest information on these projects, please visit the highlighted links above.

Lucky Man Trailer

Happy New Year everyone!
There’s a brand new trailer that’s just been released for Lucky Man. Look sharp at around 30 seconds in and you’ll get your first glimpse of Pottsy. You’ve gotta be quick though. :)

Midsomer Murders – Murder by Magic An Interview with Andrew Lee Potts

Filming MIDSOMER MURDERS was a magical experience for actor Andrew-Lee Potts.

“I play Gideon Latimer who is a bit like a British David Blaine. He is a successful illusionist and does close up magic as well. He’s a kind of dark, mysterious magician. I was taught some magic by a very cool magician and he showed me card handling. I had to learn that quite quickly to make it look as if I had been doing it for years.

“I also got involved in the bigger illusions and stunts and it was very interesting to film. In one scene Gideon does a trick which looks like he walks through a mirror. We took a whole day to perfect it and it looks amazing. I found it all quite interesting – I’m a guy who always likes to make an entrance!”

Gideon has recently bought a large manor house in Midsomer, where he spent time as a child. Explains Andrew: “He left a long time ago but now he’s trying to ingratiate himself with the key pillars of the community. He is very wealthy already but he wants a bigger name. He gets off on the whole spectacle of it. His father was a magician but not very successful so he is trying to prove a point to his mother and to himself.

“It’s a family business – his wife is one of his assistants and his mother is always there.”

The role was one Andrew really enjoyed. “It’s good to do different things and learn new skills. Neil Dudgeon was great to work with and I loved the other guests especially Amanda Burton who played my mum and Stephanie Leonidas who was my wife. Also, my country house was Chenies Manor and I felt like Lord of the Manor.”

“I also played the Master recently in The Mill, which was another Lord of the Manor role. I normally play a computer hacker and suddenly I’ve gone all posh, so I don’t know where all that has come from!”

“There are lots of problems within the family that are later revealed. His social skills when he tries to integrate with the locals is almost offensive and yet when he is doing his magic he is Dr Charm, a very different animal.”

Adds Andrew: “We dressed him in black; he’s slightly sinister and gothic in look with a bit of eye make-up.” (via ITV press pack)

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Midsomer Murders – Murder by Magic

Coming 4 February 2015: Midsomer Murders – Murder by Magic. Andrew stars as Gideon Latimer, a charismatic young magician on the cusp of worldwide acclaim. He’s driven and mostly without empathy and is keen to use the pagan traditions of Midsomer Oaks to his own advantage.
(press embargo until 27 Jan, more info will be released then)

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Red Claw Way news

According to Frontiers Media it looks like Red Claw Way will be moving forward with Andrew.

“The adorable Primeval vet Andrew Lee Potts has been cast in the horror comedy Red Claw Way. The script that convinced him to sign on is the story of a postman who is desperate for a career change and takes a position as an orderly at the oddly named psychiatric hospital Red Claw House. Once relocated, he discovers that his choice of a life change is where his life may end. The decaying facility is something that makes the town of Twin Peaks seem normal. It sits on a rural hill, which allows varmints to wander its halls (which lead to a community room that hosts puppet shows of the lives of Jack the Ripper, Vlad the Impaler and the blood bather Countess Bathory). Red Claw House hosts experimental surgery, deranged killer patients and a security guard who believes that being a cannibal will prevent the sun from going out. The independent British production is still lining up its cast.”

We first covered info on Red Claw Way some time back so it’s good to see this one is finally moving forward.

TRAILER: The Mill Series 2

The second series focuses on the lives of the Quarry Bank mill workers between 1838 and 1842, a period of turbulent social, political and industrial change.

 

The Mill S2 | Sunday, 20th July 8pm | Channel 4

(with thanks to Mary for the info)

BFI Screening for The Mill

Tonight, 10 July at 6.30pm, at the BFI in London, there will be a special screening for a few hundred people, plus the chance to ask any burning questions you may have of writer John Fay, and cast members including BAFTA nominated Kerrie Hayes (Esther Price), Matthew McNulty (Daniel Bate) and Sacha Parkinson (Miriam Catterall).

Andrew will be in attendance, but it’s still not clear whether he will be part of the Q&A panel or not.
Tickets £11.50 – Follow this link to buy

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