Jack Gleeson has transformed into Wentworth for a first-look at the BBC’s reboot of The Famous Five and looks world’s away from his role as Joffrey Baratheon.
His fair golden hair, which was synonymous with the Lannisters in Game of Thrones is gone and instead, Jack cuts a rather villainous figure.
The actor sports short dark locks and thin moustache as he shoots a terrifying look at the camera.
His character Wentworth is dressed in a blue pinstripe suit with white shirt and striped scarf, which is fastened in a bow.
Completing his evil look, Jack has donned lots of gold jewellery, hinting he is a wealthy man who is not to be messed with.
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Joining Jack on the series is Diaana Babnicova playing the role of George, alongside Elliott Rose as Julian, Kit Rakusen as Dick, Flora Jacoby Richardson as Anne playing George’s cousins who come to stay at Kirrin Cottage.
Making up the fifth member of The Famous Five and the gang’s faithful furry friend, is Kip, the Bearded Collie Cross playing Timmy the dog.
Meanwhile, Ann Akinjirin stars as Fanny, James Lance as Quentin and Diana Quick as Mrs Wentworth.
In a first-look image, The Famous Five can be seen looking at body, which appears to have been washed up on the beach.
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Director and executive producer Tim Kirkby said of the reboot: “Our brilliant young cast are mind-blowingly talented and, along with Kip (playing Timmy), they are already bringing these gorgeous characters to life in a fresh and modern way.
“Together with the brilliant Jack, Ann, James and Diana we can’t wait to bring these glorious, action-filled, epic, family adventures to the screen.”
The series follows the five daring young explorers as they encounter treacherous, action-packed adventures, remarkable mysteries, unparalleled danger, and astounding secrets in an unforgettable odyssey that evokes the power of camaraderie between the fearless young heroes.
It will be executive produced by Nicolas Winding Refn (byNWR) & Matthew Read (Moonage Pictures) and is based on Enid Blyton’s 21 stories. Filming takes place across the South West of the UK.
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