Mescal and Scott in STRANGERS

Andrew Scott

Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal are going to play lovers in the upcoming film STRANGERS. And it sounds like this will not be your typical queer drama—it’s part surreal ghost story, part existential mystery, and part steamy romance. According to Variety, the film is being helmed by director Andrew Haigh, creator of Looking and queer indie darling Weekend. The plot is loosely adapted from Taichi Yamada’s 1987 novel of the same name, which follows a Tokyo TV writer’s encounter with the ghosts of his parents.

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Andrew Scott in CATHERINE CALLED BIRDY

Andrew Scott

Now on Amazon Prime, CATHERINE CALLED BIRDY stars Dublin-born actor Andrew Scott. Scott plays Lord Rollo, a man of supreme leisure who dresses like the founding father of medieval comfort. He swans around in silky robes over silkier caftans, lounging his days away on soft, fluffy poufs as he plots ways to marry off his teenage daughter (the titular Birdy, played by Bella Ramsey) to a wealthy suitor.

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Andrew Scott joins STRANGERS

Andrew Scott, beloved Hot Priest on Fleabag, has joined the cast of STRANGERS, based on the 2004 English translation of Taichi Yamada’s 1987 novel. STRANGERS will follow Adam (Scott), a screenwriter who lives alone in a tower block in London. Adam’s life begins to get knocked off course after a run-in with a mysterious neighbor (Paul Mescal). After the pair grow closer, Adam discovers two people who look like his parents (Claire Foy), who died over thirty years prior, living in his childhood house.

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