In the world of entertainment, anticipation is building as Netflix unveils a thrilling psychological movie titled ‘Locked In,’ featuring the talented Finn Cole, known for his role as Michael Gray in the iconic series ‘Peaky Blinders.’
Directed by Nour Wazzi and written by Rowan Joffé, this gripping psychological thriller promises to keep you on the edge of your seat, with its release date set for November 1.
A Captivating Plot
‘Locked In’ tells the tale of Lina, played by Rose Williams from ‘Sanditon,’ who is a newlywed. Her life takes an unexpected turn as she finds herself pitted against her “once-famous, brittle” mother-in-law, Katherine, portrayed by Famke Janssen from ‘X-Men.’
The tension escalates when an illicit passionate affair sets Lina on a treacherous journey filled with secrecy, betrayal, and murder. But what’s truly intriguing is the question that lingers throughout the movie: Who is the real victim, and who can she trust in this web of intrigue?
Finn Cole Takes Center Stage
Finn Cole, renowned for his portrayal of Michael Gray in ‘Peaky Blinders,’ steps into a new role as Lina’s spouse. With his past acting prowess and dedication, his performance in ‘Locked In’ is undoubtedly one to watch out for.
Cole bid farewell to his beloved Peaky Blinders character in the season six finale last year. This departure hints that he may not return for the much-anticipated Peaky Blinders film, which creator Steven Knight has suggested will serve as the seventh and final chapter.
A Stellar Supporting Cast
‘Locked In’ doesn’t rely solely on Finn Cole’s talent. It boasts a star-studded supporting cast, featuring Alex Hassell from ‘His Dark Materials’ and Anna Friel from ‘Marcella.’ With such a lineup, this movie promises to deliver performances that will keep audiences enthralled from start to finish.
A Glimpse into Peaky Blinders’ Future
While Finn Cole has moved on to new projects, fans of ‘Peaky Blinders can’t help but wonder about the show’s future. Creator Steven Knight recently marked the show’s 10-year anniversary and reassured fans that the “story isn’t over yet.” He expressed his gratitude to the dedicated team behind the show and hinted at more to come: “10 years on, and the story is not yet over. Watch this space.”
As the release date for ‘Locked In’ approaches, the excitement in the air is palpable. With a compelling plot, an impressive cast and Finn Cole stepping into a new role after his ‘Peaky Blinders’ journey, this Netflix thriller promises to be a must-watch for fans of psychological suspense.
Moreover, with Steven Knight’s cryptic message about the future of ‘Peaky Blinders,’ it seems that the legacy of the Shelby family may not be concluded just yet. Mark your calendars for November 1, and prepare for a cinematic experience that will keep you locked in suspense!