The star of the period series participated in a movie available on the streaming giant. He knows what it’s all about and check out the trailer here.
Since the second season of Bridgerton came to Netflix, the subscribers of the streaming platform insist on seeing a new installment of the period series. Produced by Shonda Rhimes and created by Chris Van Dusen, the fiction became one of the most viewed on the service. It is that not only fell in love with its plot, but also has an endearing cast that stole the hearts of users. Y Luke Thompson It is one of them.
Inspired by the novels of Julia Quinn, the series tells the story of eight brothers from the Bridgerton family who seek love and happiness in London’s high society. In this sense, the British actor gave life to Benedict, who in the third season will become the main protagonist. But this is not the only production in which Luke Thompson participated, since he also acted in an emblematic film.
Is about dunkirkthe war film written and directed by Christopher Nolan which had its grand premiere in 2017. Set in May 1940, the film recounts the moment in which -during the Battle of France- the allied soldiers retreated in Dunkirk. Based on Operation Dynamo, it is the military action of the United Kingdom with the aim of evacuating nearly 400,000 British soldiers and their allies in France, since it had been invaded by Nazi Germany in the framework of World War II.
Air, sea and land are the means in which soldiers and civilians are forced to fight to carry out the evacuation of the British army. “They are Europe’s last hope”, indicates its official synopsis. And he’s not wrong: with a star-studded cast, all those men bend over backwards to get out. While Luke Thompson plays a supporting role as a capturing officer, a host of celebrities stand out as cast members.
Fionn Whitehead, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard, James D’Arcy, Barry Keoghan, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, and Tom Hardy are just some of them. If the story has been engaging enough for you, from Spoiler we suggest you look for it in the Netflix catalog. In 1 hour and 46 minutes, Christopher Nolan’s story will show you the Bridgerton star like never before.