A Pirate Meets His End in New BLACK SAILS: Season Three Clip?
Season three of Starz’ excellent pirate series BLACK SAILS is heading to DVD/Bluray/Digital HD on November 8th and we’ve got a clip from the release. In this clip, we see stars Tom Hopper and Zach McGowan talk about a scene in which one of their character could potentially meet their end, via a noose and an angry crowd. See the clip after the jump!
“Black Sails” stars Toby Stephens as the brilliant and unstoppable ‘Captain Flint.’ Stephens is an accomplished film, television and stage actor, who appeared in the feature film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi directed by Michael Bay and released in January 2016, and is well-known for his role in Die Another Day. He starred in BBC’s “Vexed” and on stage in “Noel Coward’s Private Lives,” and his many film credits include Believe and Twelfth Night. London-born Hannah New, who portrays ‘Eleanor Guthrie,’ starred in the miniseries, “El Tiempo Entre Costuras (The Time Between Seams)” and most recently in 2014’s Maleficent. Luke Arnold, who portrays the classic character ‘John Silver’ in the years before his well-known feats, has appeared in “McLeod’s Daughters,” “Rush,” and most recently starred in the miniseries “INXS: The Michael Hutchence Story.” Jessica Parker Kennedy, who plays ‘Max,’ a former prostitute with an eye towards advancement, is known for her work in the television series, “The Secret Circle,” and has appeared in the films 50/50 and In Time. British actor Tom Hopper, who portrays ‘Billy Bones’ of “Treasure Island” fame, is most well-known for his role as ‘Sir Percival’ in “Merlin” and appeared in Northmen – A Viking Saga. Zach McGowan is featured as ‘Captain Charles Vane,’ a rival pirate to Captain Flint. McGowan is most well-known for his roles in the series “Shameless” and “The 100.” Ray Stevenson, known for his roles in “Rome,” Insurgent, and Divergent, joins the cast in season three as the iconic pirate ‘Blackbeard,’ along with Luke Roberts (“Holby City,” “Game of Thrones”) who is cast as ‘Woodes Rogers.’