TNT Orders ‘Alienist’ Sequel ‘The Angel Of Darkness’ Limited Series
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Stella Artois And Luke Unveil STELLASPACE
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Stella Artois And Luke Unveil STELLASPACE:

    
    

Stella Artois Presents: The Making of STELLASPACE with Luke Evans
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How Luke Evans savors the moment, despite his busy schedule (Exclusive)
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Luke Evans has steadily become one of the most in-demand actors in Hollywood and, with that, comes a busy schedule that leaves little opportunity for downtime.

Over the past several years, Evans has had star turns in everything from Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” live-action remake to “The Girl on the Train,” the “Fast & Furious” franchise and the critically-acclaimed show, “The Alienist,” and with an upcoming role in “Murder Mystery” alongside Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler, he shows no signs of slowing down.

The Welsh-born actor recently caught up with AOL’s Gibson Johns to talk about his mindfulness collaboration with Stella Artois, fitting “me time” into his hectic schedule and the incessant paparazzi presence on the set of “Murder Mystery.”

Check out our full conversation with Luke Evans below:

You and Stella Artois are teaming up for a unique partnership in STELLASPACE, which is a 20-minute audio guide for beer drinking narrated by you on the Inscape app. What made this something you wanted to do?

It starts with the fact that I’ve always been a fan of Stella Artois. I’ve been drinking it for many years. I’ve always been very aware of the brand and appreciated it, but it was very interesting doing this audio guide for the Inscape app because, for me personally, it made me think of what I was doing when I was drinking the beer and realizing that I could drink it more thoughtfully. We’ve all downed beer and not thought very much of it, and this is a different way of looking at drinking this premium Belgian lager. I thought it was a very clever, very witty and it’s unique. It’s fun, because we’re using a very successful mindfulness tool — the Inscape app — which they’ve collaborated with to create a 20-minute guide to focus on sipping a beer.

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New photo: Murder Mystery
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Luke posted a picture on Instagram on the set of Murder Mystery in Santa Margherrita, Italy:

Gallery Additions: L’Officiel Hommes Kazakhstan Photoshoot
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Luke was photographed by Élio Nogueira for L’Officiel Hommes Kazakhstan:

    
    

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women Screen Captures
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Screen Captures from Professor Marston and the Wonder Women has been added to the gallery:

    
    

Gallery Additions
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Luke Joins Roland Emmerich’s World War II Movie ‘Midway’
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Luke Evans has joined Woody Harrelson and Mandy Moore in the World War II action movie “Midway,” directed Roland Emmerich.

Evans will play Lieutenant Commander Wade McClusky, who led a crucial aerial attack that led to the sinking of two of Japan’s fleet carriers in the decisive 1942 Battle of Midway, six months after Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor. The U.S. Navy defeated the Imperial Japanese Navy’s attacking fleet near Midway Atoll after U.S. codebreakers were able to pinpoint the time and place of the attack. The damage to the Japanese fleet was so extensive that it never recovered and military historians regard the battle as a turning point in the war.

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Luke Evans Revels In Playing A Tortured Leading Man
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Luke Evans’s John Moore is also on the run from a broken heart in TNT’s The Alienist

Luke Evans is no stranger to playing dashing leading men, but his portrayal of John Moore in TNT’s The Alienist has a darker twist to it. The limited series doesn’t shy away when it comes to showing violence and suspense, but it also showcases the turmoil in the heart of Evans’ John Moore.

After Moore’s fiance leaves him for another man, he turns to the bottle and frequents brothels to lessen his pain. When his college friend, Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, enlists him to help catch a serial killer, Moore is faced with the seedy underbelly of New York City that he only used to flirt with. Evans has been on a strong streak of feature films in the last few years, but his performance in this limited series is one of his most controlled and layered to date.

You haven’t done TV other than The Great Train Robbery in 2013. What made you want to join The Alienist?

Television has come quite a long way—especially American television. It’s really gone through the roof in the last few years. I got to meet the director and read the book and quite a few of the scripts. I was truly taken by the idea of 10 hours—that’s so much time. To spend that much time shooting with a character and getting into his skin was definitely something to look forward to.

I love the relationship between John Moore and Laszlo Kreizler. Did you and Daniel have a lot of conversation about how to maintain that relationship?

We did some rehearsals together, but, honestly, it grew organically. Daniel’s character can be very difficult, and that was easy to play off of. Laszlo is very cerebral, so playing an emotional character opposite that was interesting. When the first few episodes aired, people on social media would say, “Oh, poor John! How does he put up with it!” Even though they are very different, the friendship is so deep that there is a mutual respect for each other.

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