A First Look at Danny Boyle’s Sex Pistols TV Series As Disney+ Trailer Promises Chaos
Director Danny Boyle’s upcoming Sex Pistols series has had its first trailer released on Disney Plus to the excitement of Punk Rock fans.
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Disney+ has given a glimpse at Danny Boyle’s TV series Sex Pistol with the release of a new trailer.
Created by Craig Pearce and written by Pearce and Frank Cottrell Boyce, Pistol is based on guitarist Steve Jones’ memoir, Lonely Boy: Tales From A Sex Pistol.
The highly anticipated six-part series, which will explore the rise of punk bands and the rock and roll revolution in the UK, will premiere on the Disney+ streaming service on May 31.
The trailer opens with footage of a slow-paced lifestyle with canal boaters and children running around the housing estates, as the dub says: “Britain is horribly dull, nothing has changed. “.
Thomas Brodie-Sangster plays the band’s manager Malcolm McLaren, and in the video tells the band, “With the right guidance, you can change the world.”
He later added: “My vision for the Sex Pistols was one of dirt, danger and lust. Whether you can play or not is not the criterion, but whether you have something to say or not. ”
As the footage showed riots and punk bands running around outside Buckingham Palace, a broadcaster said: “Punk has taken London’s youth by storm.”
The band was then seen performing on stage with a Confederate flag while fans clashed with police.
Game Of Thrones actress Maisie Williams also plays punk model Jordan, who in the trailer wears a yellow honeycomb top and black PVC dress that attracts attention from passersby.
Sex Pistol guitarist Jones will be played by Toby Wallace and singer John Lydon will be played by Anson Boon.
Christian Lees, who plays Jerry Lee Lewis in the Sun Records series, plays the original Pistols bassist Glen Matlock, Jacob Slater as drummer Paul Cook and Louis Partridge as bassist Sid Vicious, who replaces Matlock after He quit his job in 1977.
Model Iris Law will play Soo Catwoman, an influential figure in the London punk scene, while Talulah Riley, known for her roles in St Trinian’s and Westworld, will play punk fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood.
Boyle, whose previous films include Trainspotting, 28 Days Later and Slumdog Millionaire, will serve as both director and executive producer.
Pistol, commissioned by the US FX network, moves from the council precincts of west London, to Westwood and McLaren’s infamous Kings Road SEX store, sparking international controversy with the release of Never Mind The Bollocks and consolidating The late band, formed in 1975, is one of the most notorious British outfits of all time.
Last year, members of the Sex Pistols were embroiled in a legal battle in the Supreme Court over punk band songs used in the TV series.
Former drummer Cook and guitarist Jones sued the group’s former leader Johnny Rotten, real name John Lydon, to allow their music to be used in the TV series.
In a ruling, Sir Anthony Mann showed the pair were entitled to a “rule of majority vote” against the former singer regarding the use of Sex Pistols material in the series, under the terms of the agreement. band members (BMA).
Pistol will premiere on the Disney+ streaming service on May 31.
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