FX launched a brand-new have a look at its upcoming restricted sequence Beneath the Banner of Heaven, starring Andrew Garfield. It doesn’t have an actual launch date, as FX solely said it’s “coming quickly” to Hulu.
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The sequence — which is predicated on Jon Krakauer’s New York Occasions best-selling crime drama novel — stars Oscar nominee Andrew Garfield and Golden Globe nominee Daisy Edgar-Jones, and comes from Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, who’s serving as govt producer alongside Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.
The teaser hints at a few of the many mysteries Garfield’s detective character must unravel as he tries to unravel a double homicide whereas additionally investigating what appears to be some very secretive, non secular people.
Take a look at the teaser for Beneath the Banner of Heaven beneath:
Beneath the Banner of Heaven follows a religious detective whose religion is examined as he investigates a brutal homicide that appears to be related to an esteemed Utah household’s spiral into LDS fundamentalism and their mistrust within the authorities. Garfield is ready to painting the function of Pyre, an LDS elder who’s dedicated to his Church and household however begins to query a few of the Church’s teachings by means of his contact with a suspected assassin. Whereas, Edgar-Jones will Brenda, a younger trustworthy Mormon who’s the sufferer of a brutal homicide.
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The restricted sequence is created and govt produced by Dustin Lance Black. This challenge may also be the acclaimed scribe’s return to scripted tv after 4 years since 2017’s docudrama miniseries When We Rise.
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Beneath the Banner of Heaven is an FX Productions present and might be govt produced by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Samie Kim Falvey, and Anna Culp for Think about Tv; Jason Bateman, Michael Costigan of Mixture Movies; David Mackenzie, who will function director; and Gillian Berrie.