Staff of CBS Baltimore Tuesday, April 22, 2022, at 9:50 pm Tagged with: Apple TV, Baltimore, Laura Lippman, Maryland News, Natalie Portman, Lady in the Lake TV Baltimore author Laura Lippman’s Lady at the pool, which will begin production in the City of Beauty next week, will feature Academy Award-winning actors Natalie Portman and Lupita Nyong’o, the author announced Friday. Apple, the tech giant, announced in March 2021 that it had ordered an upgrade for Apple TV, the company’s streaming platform. Alma Har’el and Dre Ryan will co-create and co-create the series. The series will also include Portman and Nyong’o as executive producers.
Chris Rock Performs Out Of Baltimore Show With Visitors Who Wants To Hear About Will Smith Slap. Lippman’s New York Times bestselling book is inspired by two real, unrelated losses of a white girl and a black woman in the 1960s Baltimore. Their losses are linked by the book’s supporter Maddie Schwartz, who began the investigation. “When I decided to write a novel set in the 60’s, I really wanted to see these two different deaths, and how different they have been in the media,” Lippman said in an NPR interview on the paper.
The book is dedicated to the five employees of the Capital Gazette who lost their lives at the shooting site in 2018. Lippman told NPR that Rob Hiassen, a co-founder who died in the shooting, was one of his best friends when they worked. together in Baltimore. Sun. Portman will play Schwartz, a housewife who also volunteered as a research reporter. During her trip, Schwartz will be confronted with Cleo Sherwood (Nyong’o), a mother who juggles “a lot of work and passionate commitment to advancing Black Baltimore thinking,” Apple said.
Lippman confirms in a tweet movie will start next week in Baltimore. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. No more casting in the announced series. Suspect Finds Dead After Shooting 4, Causing Panic In DC. The series will mark Portman’s first foray into television. The star, known for her roles in Leon: Professional, V Fun Vendetta, and Closer, won the 2011 Oscar for Best Actress for her role in the Black Swan.
Nyong’o is known for his roles in Us and 12 Years in Slavery. Sister is no stranger to TV, doing things at Netflix’s Human Resources and starring in MTV’s Sugar. Nyong’o won the 2014 Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 12 Years as a Slave. Both actors are also part of the cast of the very famous Star Wars and world cinematic Marvel. Nyong’o stars Wakandan Nakia in Marvel’s Black Panther and Maz Katana in three new Star Wars.
Portman plays love interest Anakin Skywalker, Senator Padme Amidala, in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. It is the love interest of Thor, Jane Foster, in two Thor films and she is set to remake her role as Foster – and she obviously took Thor’s robe – in the coming days.