Mark your calendars, paper and digital! Gabriel is about to hit our screens in three very different roles and a diverse array of projects.
War of the Worlds
Starting Sunday, February 16, EPIX begins streaming this latest adaptation of the H. G. Well’s classic, The War of the Worlds, with Gabriel’s co-stars, Elizabeth McGovern and Léa Drucker.
If you don’t subscribe to EPIX yet, get moving! EPIX is blocked in some countries, so if this happens to you, we hope that the series will eventually pop up somewhere you can see it.
Here’s the trailer to remind you of the alien scariness that is about to descend upon us! And check out the War of the Worlds Projects Page for more details.
This new series from director Stefano Sollima, based on the book by Roberto Saviano, drops on Amazon Friday, March 6!
With an international cast including Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan, Tchéky Karyo, and Harold Torres, the series was shot in several different countries and includes multiple languages. It also appears to include depictions of several different ways to get yourself killed while trying to sell or transport drugs, so be careful out there!
Amazon Prime US will stream all 8 episodes at once to make your weekend bingeing more fun. Here’s the trailer to whet your appetite.
After a very successful premiere at Sundance 2020 Film Festival, this Netflix film becomes available for home viewing Friday, March 13.
Directed by noted documentarian Liz Garbus, her first feature film stars Gabriel and Amy Ryan in their third pairing on screen. The book is by Robert Kolker and it proved a non-fiction hit. The film was shot in Long Island, New York and features several great roles for women, including Thomasin McKenzie, Lola Kirke, Oona Laurence, and Miriam Shor.
This story is going to be a tough one, so be prepared for strong characters, dramatic situations, and a narrative that will touch your heart.
Here’s the trailer to set the tone.
The next few weeks will be full of Gabriel, so enjoy.
Next up: Death of a Ladies’ Man. Stay tuned for more details on that project as soon as I can find any. Anticipation–it’s good for you!