On Friday, October 14th, Richard attended the world premiere of his new series Medici: Masters of Florence at Palazzo Vecchio in Florence (Italy).
He looked really handsome in a Giorgio Armani suit, and now several photos from the event have been added to the gallery. The series premiered last night on Rai1, the italian network that produced it. Hopefully we’ll be able to add caps soon!
In the meantime, enjoy the gorgeous Richard at the premiere!
Medici: Masters of Florence is featured in the italian TV guide TelePiù. Scans from the magazine have now been added to the gallery! Hopefully more articles will come up during next week. Stay tuned here and on twitter @RMaddenFan!
Watch below the music video for the main title song of Medici: Masters of Florence – by Skin and Paolo Buonvino. You can see some scenes from the show, starting on Monday, October 17th on Rai1. Enjoy!
Medici: Masters of Florence is gonna have its premiere two weeks from now – on Monday, October 17th on Rai 1 (italian network). On Friday, October 14th – the worldwide premiere event for the show is going to be held at Palazzo Vecchio (in Florence, of course), and Richard is set to attend!
Enjoy the official poster for the series for now:
TV LINE – Game of Thrones’ Richard Madden is shooting for the moon with his latest TV gig.
TVLine has learned exclusively that the actor formerly known as Robb Stark has signed on to star in Strange New Things, Amazon’s ambitious drama pilot set in outer space. Based on Michel Faber’s celebrated 2014 novel The Book Of Strange New Things, project — which is being eyed as a 10-episode event series — centers on a soulful, intense priest (Madden) who leaves his wife to travel to a distant planet/colony to preach to the native population.
Earlier this year, our sister site Deadline described the project as “a heart-wrenching love story of a husband and wife with the universe between them,” likening it to “Heart Of Darkness in space.”
Matt Charman (Bridge of Spies) will pen the pilot and serve as an executive producer, with Kevin MacDonald (The Last King of Scotland) handling directing duties. Andy Harries (Strike Back) and Lila Rawlings (Left Bank Productions) also are on board as producers.