Acclaimed actor, director, and writer James Quinn has been selected to direct the pilot episode of the upcoming Strange Angels TV series. The series, which is based on Ernest Keegan’s novel of the same name, is a modern Neo-Noir that explores the dark underbelly of a city plagued by organized crime and corruption.
Quinn, who has received numerous awards for his acting and directing work, including Best Actor at The Five Continents International Film Festival for his performance in The 12th Letter, is known for his distinctive and captivating style. His ability to deliver powerful performances and create visually stunning and emotionally charged work has made him a highly sought-after talent in the entertainment industry.
With Quinn at the helm, the Strange Angels TV series is sure to offer a unique and memorable viewing experience. Fans of the book can anticipate the same gritty, hard-boiled storytelling that made it a hit, but with Quinn’s signature touch added to the mix.
“I’m thrilled to be a part of this project and to bring my vision to the world of Strange Angels,” Quinn said in a statement. “I’ve always been drawn to stories that explore the darker side of humanity, and this series has it in spades. I can’t wait to bring these characters to life and take audiences on a journey they won’t forget.”
In addition to directing, Quinn has also been involved in the writing process for the series, ensuring that the adaptation stays true to the spirit of the novel while also offering something new and fresh.
Strange Angels will be the latest addition to Quinn’s already impressive resume, which includes roles in films such as SANDMAN, The Boonies, and The Dark Knight Rises, as well as television shows like One Dollar and Mayor of Kingstown. He has also written and directed several films and acted in Pro Wrestlers Vs Zombies and Before the border.
Fans can follow Quinn and his work on social media, where he often shares behind-the-scenes glimpses of his projects and engages with his followers.
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