His Dark Materials

  1. Episode 2 The Idea of North
    His Dark Materials Recap: Let Me Mold You In Ruth Wilson’s hands, Mrs. Coulter is both distinctive and deliciously unpredictable in her cruelty.
  2. Episode 1 Lyra’s Jordan
    His Dark Materials Series-Premiere Recap: Everyone’s Special HBO’s do-over adaptation reworks the ingredients of Philip Pullman’s iconic book trilogy for a thoughtful, moving interpretation.

The Latest His Dark Materials News

  1. behind the scenes
    How the His Dark Materials Puppet Master Conjured Daemons on Set Lead puppeteer Brian Fisher on the benefits of using physical daemon stand-ins and Ruth Wilson’s close working relationship with her monkey puppet.
  2. tv review
    His Dark Materials Is a Gorgeous Adaptation in Need of a Purpose HBO’s imagining of Philip Pullman’s book trilogy boasts unabashedly lovely visuals, strong performances, and seemingly no idea what to do with either.
  3. trailer mix
    His Dark Materials Trailer: Ruth Wilson and James McAvoy Wage Zepplin-Based War Ruth Wilson wears a nice coat!
  4. sdcc 2019
    4 Major Takeaways From Comic-Con’s His Dark Materials Panel “I do something quite nasty to a child,” Ruth Wilson says of her character. “It was quite fun, though!”
  5. trailer mix
    Watch the New His Dark Materials Trailer Released at Comic-Con Brrr! It’s cold in here!
  6. great adaptations
    15 Fantasy Adaptations We’re Excited to See on TV Soon Swords, potions, magic, oh my.
  7. trailer mix
    His Dark Materials Trailer: We’re Just Daemon-Dancing in the Dark HBO sure loves its sprawling sci-fi.
  8. great adaptations
    10 Book-to-TV Adaptations Coming in 2019 All it took for George Clooney to return to his small-screen roots was … good satire.
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    HBO Is Now Co-Producing the BBC’s Big, Expensive His Dark Materials Adaptation HBO’s going from dragons to daemons.
  10. season renewals
    The BBC Orders More His Dark Materials Before Airing Its Adaptation The Philip Pullman series will star Dafne Keen, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Ruth Wilson.