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Outcast, Cinemax pilot
Philip begins rehearsals this month for the new US TV exorcism drama ‘Outcast’, the dramatic adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s (The Walking Dead) and artist Paul Azaceta’s comic series of the same name which hit shelves in the US this summer.
The drama, which was first announced in March, is produced by Cinemax with Fox International Channels – the company that distributes Kirkman’s hit TV series The Walking Dead worldwide.

patrick-fugitFilming for the pilot, which is due to start next month, will largely take place on the borders of N and S Carolina in America.
The drama centers around Kyle Barnes (played by ‘Almost Famous’ and ‘Gone Girl’ star Patrick Fugit), a young man plagued by possession since childhood. Kyle sets out to find answers, in the process uncovering something that could end all life on Earth as we know it. Philip plays the hard-drinking, hard-gambling Reverend Anderson, a West Virginian evangelical preacher who believes himself a soldier in God’s holy war against evil.gbateman

Additionally, ‘Annabelle’ star Gabriel Bateman will play 8-year-old Joshua Austin, a young boy who appears to be possessed by a demon and has a mysterious connection to Kyle.
The pilot will be directed by Adam Wingard.

4 Responses to “Outcast”

    • Phil is amazing! Thinking of getting possessed for him to save me! Love you in every acting part you’ve played, Phil. Versatile and exceptional. Keep it coming, mate, what you waiting for, go on! Xxx

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  1. I don’t usually watch these sorts of stories. But sounds the perfect part for Philip! I don’t mind what the plot is if there are good characters well acted. Looking forward to it! I’ve often thought Phiip would make a good religious man of fiery mien!

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  2. I´m looking forward to it. It sounds very interesting. I love these sorts of stories. It´s a great part for Phil.
    Hope to see it soon on telly.

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