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2008-07-01 18:00:18

ITV confirmed yesterday Sir Ian McKellen and Jim Caviezel will star in the network's remake of 1960s classic cult thriller, The Prisoner. American actor Caviezel will play Number Six while McKellen will appear as Number Two. The original show was filmed in the Ital-ianate resort of Portmeirion in North Wales - but ITV was not confirming where the new series will be shot. ITV Productions is co-producing the six-part series with Granada International and AMC, with a worldwide premiere...

2008-07-01 18:00:18

ITV last night confirmed that Sir Ian McKellen and Jim Caviezel (pictured, right) will star in the network's remake of 1960s classic cult thriller, The Prisoner. American film actor Caviezel will take the role of Number Six while McKellen will appear throughout the series as Number Two. The original Prisoner show was filmed in the Italianate resort of Portmeirion in North Wales - but ITV was not confirming where the new series will be shot. ITV Productions is co-producing the...

2008-07-01 18:00:18

ITV confirmed that Sir Ian McKellen and Jim Caviezel will star in the network's remake of 1960s classic cult thriller, The Prisoner. Caviezel will take the role of Number Six while McKellen will appear throughout the series as Number Two. The original Prisoner show was filmed in the Italianate resort of Portmeirion, North Wales. (c) 2008 Liverpool Echo. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights Reserved.

2008-07-01 18:00:18

BOSSES at ITV confirmed last night that Sir Ian McKellen and Jim Caviezel will star in the network's remake of 1960s classic cult thriller, The Prisoner, slated to premiere in 2009. American actor Caviezel, who appeared in The Passion of the Christ, will take the role of Number Six, while McKellen will appear as Number Two. The original Prisoner show was filmed in Portmeirion, in North Wales - but ITV was not confirming where the new series will be shot. (c) 2008 Daily Post;...


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malpais
  • The ragged surface of a lava-flow.
'Malpais' translates from Spanish as 'bad land.'