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P&P NewsBits: A BTS photo of Matthew Macfadyen in Ripper Street's Season 4, Keira Knightley's broadway debut in Thérèse Raquin, New Jena Malone Mockingjay Part 2 still, Carey Mulligan in Suffragette premiere and more!

Some new movies, casting, release dates, and filming news info. featuring some P&P actors here that I thought I'd post them all in the same post...

Here's today's quick news round up of TV and film news (including casting calls, a film synopsis, trailersrelease datesfestival newsetc.) of the following P&P (2005) actors:
, Keira Knightley, , Carey Mulliganand all in one post!

First up...

(in random order...)

New Season 4 BTS Photo of Matthew Macfadyen as Edmund Reid on Ripper Street set
A photo posted by Amazon Video UK (@amazonvideouk) on
First look: Keira Knightley's smoldering Broadway debut in Therese Raquin
 (source: Joan Marcus via EW)

Related articles:
(source: Getty Images)
Injury forces Keira Knightley to miss show
Stalkers and an injury aren't keeping Keira Knightley down
Keira Knightley misses Broadway show
Keira Knightley's Broadway Show Canceled After "Minor" Injury
Don't interrupt Keira Knightley on Broadway
Broadway Box Office: Keira Knightley Debuts as Sales Gain Steam

New Mockingjay Part 2 still of Jena Malone as Johanna Mason! 
A photo posted by The Hunger Games (@thehungergames) on
Preview: Carey Mulligan on “Suffragette”, gender equality

Carey Mulligan Reveals Her Daughter's Name, Just Weeks After Welcoming a Baby Girl With Marcus Mumford! 

Six days ago, Carey Mulligan stepped out and returned to the red carpet for the first time since giving birth, and now, the new mom has revealed the name of her daughter.

Welcome to the world, Evelyn!

The Suffragette star, who has been married to Mumford & Son's Marcus Mumford since 2012, shared her baby girl's moniker last night at the film's NYC premiere, where she also showed off her post-baby bod in a strapless black dress which she teamed with bright red lips.

MASTERPIECE “Downton Abbey, The Final Season” – The top PBS drama of all time approaches its climactic chapter. The year is 1925. Momentous changes threaten the great house, and its owners and its servants, while past scandals loom. The beloved ensemble is back for the farewell season, closing the book on a television legend. – Sundays, January 3 – February 21, 9:00 p.m. ET; finale March 6, 9:00 p.m. ET

APRIL ON PBS: MASTERPIECE “Grantchester, Season 2” – The whiskey-drinking and jazz-loving vicar Sidney Chambers (James Norton) returns alongside his friend and veteran cop Inspector Geordie Keating (Robson Green) for a second season of crime solving in the small country parish of Grantchester. – Sundays, April/May, dates TBA



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