JAVIER BARDEM TO LEAD STEVEN SPIELBERG’S AND AMAZON’S EPIC MINI SERIES ON...

JAVIER BARDEM TO LEAD STEVEN SPIELBERG’S AND AMAZON’S EPIC MINI SERIES ON CONQUISTADOR HERNAN ‘CORTES’! ‘VERSAILLES’ EPIC SERIES TEASER SHOWS THE MAN UNDER THE MASK!

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JAVIER BARDEM AND SPIELBERG!
Javier Bardem will play Hernan Cortes
After a whole bunch of amazing new epic TV series that I announced yesterday, here's another one, equally brilliant: Amazon has greenlit four episode mini series CORTES coming from Steven Spielberg's production house based on a half a century old script rewritten by Steven Zaillian who got an Oscar for Schlinder's List! Javier Bardem will take the lead role in the epic saga about the infamous conqueror, Hernan CORTES who, some 500 years ago, led a rebellious expedition to the heart of King Montezuma II’s Aztec empire, connecting two civilizations for the first time and changing the course of history. The producers promise a saga filled with drama and adventure. Cortes was celebrated in Europe as someone who expanded Spanish Empire and viewed as genocidal psycho by Aztec tribes who ended one of the greatest civilizations of that time. About five years ago the spy informed you that Scorsese also planned to make a project on Cortes with Benicio del Toro. 

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NEW TEASER IS HERE!
Meanwhile, new teaser has been released for George Blagden's King Louis XIV epic TV saga VERSAILLES which returns to Canal + this spring with 
The third season will sadly be the final one as well
third season (it will air in USA on Ovation October 3rd) which will also be the final season! The new teaser shows Louis' brother Duke of Orleans, played by
We are still waiting for Canal + to announce French airing date
Alexander Vlahos, discovering a dungeon with the man under the mask from the famous 17th century legend of Louis' hidden twin brother. 

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