With Sylvester Stallone, Viola Davis, Kevin Costner, Jessica Chastain, and others in attendance at a London event, Paramount+ showcased the star power of its series as it was ready to launch in the UK.
(AP) LONDON — Sylvester Stallone, Viola Davis, Kevin Costner, Jessica Chastain, and other celebrities attended an event hosted by Paramount+ to showcase the star power of its series as it gets ready to premiere in the UK.
With the expansion, viewers in the UK will be able to watch famous programs including “Star Trek Discovery” and “Yellowstone,” starring Kevin Costner. In “Tulsa King,” in which he plays a Mafia boss, Stallone makes his scripted television debut for subscribers.
“I don’t know how I’ve managed to avoid playing a mobster my entire life, but it’s simply something I’ve always wanted to do. I don’t understand it, but that’s how people generally perceive me. Finally, a chance presents itself,” Stallone stated.
Service debuts on Wednesday.
In the U.K., the market for streaming juggernauts is already congested with competitors like Amazon, Netflix, and others. More than 8,000 hours of content, including the growing “Yellowstone” series, are included when it arrives. It was revealed on Monday by Paramount and MTV Entertainment Studios that its next spinoff, “1923,” starring Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford, will be set in the Prohibition era after World War I.
In the television show “George & Tammy,” Chastain co-stars with Michael Shannon, while “The First Lady,” a drama about the wives of American presidents, also stars Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Gillian Anderson.
Sonequa Martin-Green was overjoyed that more people will be able to watch her television series “Star Trek Discovery.” “Especially with ‘Trek,’ I believe it should always be appreciated globally because of what it stands for and what it has accomplished.”
The popular TV show “iCarly” starring Miranda Cosgrove will also be available on the streaming service.
The 29-year-old actor, singer, and producer expressed his hope that it will bring about the same level of happiness as it did in the United States. “I’ve spent most of my life portraying the role of Carly. So, sure, it’s unquestionably something I cherish greatly.
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