Filming wraps on Cormoran Strike
Filming ends today on The Cormoran Strike Mysteries, BBC One’s adaptation of the crime novels by Robert Galbraith, aka JK Rowling.
Tom Burke stars as the eponymous war veteran-turned-private detective with a tiny office in the middle of Soho; Holliday Grainger plays Strike’s assistant, Robin Ellacott.
Three of Galbraith’s books have been incorporated into the series of seven episodes - The Cuckoo’s Calling (3 x 60), The Silkworm (2 x 60) and Career Of Evil (2 x 60).
Bronte Film and TV, the company behind the adaptation, was founded in 2013 to develop and produce projects from Rowling, the first of which was The Casual Vacancy.
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