Andrew Gower on The Blue Room Podcast

Andrew Gower is a guest at the latest episode of The Blue Room Podcast. The Blue Room is an independent website for Andrew’s favourite football team Everton.

In the episode hosts Matt Jones and Rob Vera reflect on Andrew’s work and love of the Toffees (which is the nickname for Everton fans) before they discuss the latest match.

Andrew talks about his time on Carnival Row, which wrapped filming Season 2 in September this year. According to him the final season of the fantasy-noir series starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne,, will consist of 12 episodes and will be released in April 2022 (unconfirmed) on Amazon Prime.

He also reveals that he’s currently developing a feature length version of his short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty, which he filmed in February 2019 and premiered on 8 May 2020. Fellow Outlander alumni Stephen Walters is back as the film’s writer/director with Michael Knowles (Running Naked) producing. They are hoping to shoot the feature version in early 2022 depending on the progress of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

You can listen to the complete Podcast here: The Blue Room

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Humpty Fu*king Dumpty Online World Premiere

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In today’s Wizard World Virtual Experience Outlander panel, Stephen Walters had some amazing news for his and Andrew Gower‘s fans: Their joint-venture Humpty Fu*king Dumpty will finally be available online for everyone to watch next Friday (8 May 2020)!

The main protagonist, Merseybeat musician Tommy Quickly (played by Andrew Gower), was another discovery of Beatles manager Brian Epstein and the short film sheds some light on a pivotal turning point in Tommy’s career and life.

Watch this clip with Stephen Walters’ announcement – and watch this space, we’ll be updating this post as soon as we know more details including where and when you can see the film!

Thank you to Jackie Merrell (@AngusAngels) for sharing this video with us!)


ETA (4 May 2020):

We do have a release date now! Start your countdowns!

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(Source: Humpty Film on Twitter)