Andrew Davies is penning the script with production set to begin in February. West and Oyelowo are executive producing along with Davies and Faith Penhale for Lookout Point, Bethan Jones for BBC Studios, Mona Qureshi for BBC One and Rebecca Eaton for Masterpiece.The project was originally set to to be co-produced by Weinstein TV, however, they were dropped following the release sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein.Adeel Akhtar and Olivia Colman have also been cast as Monsieur and Madame Thenardier with Ellie Bamber as Cosette, Josh O'Connor as Marius, and Erin Kellyman as Eponine.The six-part miniseries, which is a co-production between BBC Studios and Lookout Point for BBC Masterpiece, is based on Victor Hugo's classic novel of the same name instead of the well-known musical adaptation.“I would as long as the resources are limited, and in an independent film then of course, but in a long-running TV show money is not a problem and there’s no excuse for it.” he said. pubcaster the BBC has been lambasted after publishing figures that showed most of its top-earning talent are men.The stars’ comments come as the gender pay gap is in the spotlight. British actor West’s comments came a day after one of his peers, former “Doctor Who” star Christopher Eccleston, weighed into the gender pay debate.For his wife this perhaps, isn’t so entertaining, especially after West was reported as saying that Fitzgerald hadn’t watched the show, something he is quick to deny. She’s seen it, dips in and out, it’s just my job to her, she not irrational like that. Of course not, she’s a very busy woman with a lot on her plate.” And when pressed on whether she had been on set during one of ‘those scenes’ he quips back with a chortle: “I love that, ‘those scenes’. Dominic West has said Ruth Wilson should get paid more than he on “The Affair” and not less, as she earlier this week claimed was the case.
He has since expressed regret for his playboy behaviour and is much changed after marrying his former college sweetheart, Fitzgerald.
Yeah, I’ve been dining off this for a long time, bragging about it to all the other parents for two years. The film is set one year after the 2003 original and finds our finned friends – Nemo, his father Marlin and of course, Dory (voiced by Ellen De Generes) – living peacefully in the reef.