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Ben To Attend New York Comic Con

The Darkling is on his way to New York Comic Con.

‘Shadow and Bone’ star Ben Barnes has been announced for the upcoming convention, joining his fellow co-stars Freddy Carter, Amita Suman, and Kit Young, as well as the Grishaverse author herself, Leigh Bardugo!

Barnes will be available for autographs and photo ops on Saturday (October 8th) and Sunday (October 9th) at the convention, including a TeamUp op with Carter, Suman, and Young. These extras are now on sale.

A panel featuring Barnes, Bardugo, Carter, Suman, and Young will take place on Saturday, October 8th at 2 p.m. ET on the Main Stage.

New York Comic Con will take place October 6-9 at the Javits Center in New York City. Tickets are now on sale.

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Happy 41st Birthday, Ben!

All of us here at Ben Barnes Fan want to wish you a Happy 41st Birthday!

May you have continued success in your career and much happiness in the year to come. We wish you all the best! Have a great day, Ben! ♥

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First Look At ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’

Netflix has given us our first look at Ben’s character in Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming anthology series, ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’. He will star in an episode titled “Pickman’s Model”, based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft. You can watch a teaser trailer for the show here, and get a first look at what’s to come in the 8-episode series here.

‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ will arrive October 25th, as a special four-day, double-episode event. From there, two all-new episodes will debut daily through October 28th.

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Ben To Star In Period Thriller ‘The Critic’

Ian McKellen (The Good Liar), Gemma Arterton (Summerland) and Mark Strong (1917) will lead the cast of ‘The Critic’, a period thriller based on Anthony Quinn’s classic novel ‘Curtain Call’. Oscar nominee Lesley Manville (Phantom Thread), BAFTA nominee Romola Garai (Suffragette), Ben Barnes (Westworld) and Alfred Enoch (Foundation) will also star.

In the film set in 1934 London, McKellen plays Jimmy Erskine, the most feared drama critic in town—with Arterton as Nina Land, the actress who’s determined to win his favor. When Jimmy finds himself in the crosshairs of his newspaper’s new owner, David Brooke (Strong), Nina is entangled into a dangerous web of blackmail, deceit and murder.

Anand Tucker is directing from a script by Oscar nominee Patrick Marber, with production currently underway in and around London.

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