MATTHEW GOODE JOINS BEN FOSTER, MICHAEL CAINE, WILLIAM MOSELEY, TIL SCHWEIGER IN 'MEDIEVAL' 14TH CENTURY ADVENTURE! 'DISCOVERY OF WITCHES' SEASON 2 GOES BACK TO ELIZABETHAN LONDON - All stuff

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MATTHEW GOODE JOINS BEN FOSTER, MICHAEL CAINE, WILLIAM MOSELEY, TIL SCHWEIGER IN 'MEDIEVAL' 14TH CENTURY ADVENTURE! 'DISCOVERY OF WITCHES' SEASON 2 GOES BACK TO ELIZABETHAN LONDON

   MATTHEW GOODE JOINS
CZECH MEDIEVAL ADVENTURE
Matthew Goode will star in $20 million movie
This is certainly a cherry on top of the cake! Rumour has it that Matthew Goode has just joined Czech MEDIEVAL epic movie in a very royal role! He will join Ben Foster, Michael Caine, William Moseley, Til Schweiger, as King Sigismund of Hungary and Croatia, the brother of Czech King Wenceslaus!
MEDIEVAL will follow their 14th century national hero Jan Zizka of Trocnov (Ben Foster), a revered military tactician who defeated armies of the Teutonic Order and the Holy Roman Empire. He is known for his innovative strategies and for quickly training peasants to face skilled and armoured opponents who usually outnumbered his own troops. The film will also depict his relationship with king's lover Catherine (Sophie Lowe) whom he is sent to save but falls in love with her, and his fight against a rival king. William Moseley plays Jan's brother Jaroslav, Michael Caine is Lord Boresh the right hand of King Wenceslaus and Til Schweiger is Rosenberg, the richest lord in the kingdom.

   'A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES'
TO GO BACK TO ELIZABETHAN LONDON IN SEASON 2
Speaking of history and Goode, Sky is sending their currently most popular series A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES back in time after renewing it for season 2 and 3 even before the finale of the first one! Matthew Goode and Teresa Palmer will go back to Elizabethan London in season 2 as vampire
A Discovery of Witches has been a success for Sky thanks to magnificent art production and Matthew Goode's radiant charisma.
Clairmont and witch Diana, where she will try to develop her powers with the help of a very powerful witch. The series, which is airing on HBO worldwide channels and Sundance in USA, has scored tons of viewers despite the criticism of Palmer's desperately poor acting skills. 

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