Ten Percent: Bridgeton’s Daphne in the British remake trailer

The British remake of Ten Percent has been unveiled with a winding trailer that shows stars like Helena Bonham-Carter or Phoebe Dienevar (Bridgeton) making fun of each other.

The British remake of the French series Dix Pour Saint has been happily unveiled in a trailer full of pranks and celebrities! Among those walking down the aisle in artistic agency, which is plagued by financial disappointments, we find in particular Phoebe Dienevar, whose career took off with The Chronicle of Bridgerton, as well as Helena Bonham-Carter and Dominic West.

Among the other guest list, we find actresses Kelly Macdonald (No Country for Old Men, Boardwalk Empire) and Olivia Williams, most recently seen in Florian Zeller’s film The Father and the series The Nevers, and actor Phil Dunster of Ted Lasso and Edward Blumel seen in Killing Eve (plus its creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge is quoted in the trailer!)

Produced by Kristen Bott (The Man in the High Castle) in collaboration with Dominique Besnehard, Harold Valentin and Aurelian Larger (Mother Productions / Mon Voisin Productions), the quietly titled series Ten Percent should have the same spirit as the original French version, Thanks John For Morton’s writing, following the daily life of a star agency, integrating new intrigues more specific to British culture.

In the interpreters of agents chasing our French talents, we find Lydia Leonard (Gentleman Jack) in the skin of Alex, the character equivalent of Camille Coutin and Jack Davenport (Good Morning England), who was cast for it. The role of Jonathan is inspired by Matthias Barneville (Thibault de Montalembert), while Maggie will camp an ersatz of Stead, Stella, Arlett (Lillian Rovere).

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The rest of the cast includes Prasanna Puwanaraja who will play Dan while Harry Trevaldwin and Hiftu Kasem will slip into the skin of Oli and Misha from the agency’s youth shoots.

Ten Percent will stream on Amazon Prime Video in the UK and Ireland. At the moment, the British remake of Dix Por Saint has no broadcaster in France yet.

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