Mr. Malcolm's List Pt. 4

It’s an action packed episode of The Black List Table Reads this week as we hear the thrilling conclusion of Suzanne Allain’s Mr. Malcolm’s List. Then we’ll hear a one on one interview between screenwriter Suzanne Allain and Franklin Leonard. Plus, we find out which script is next to get the Black List Table Reads treatment as chosen by you listeners! Bringing Mr. Malcolm’s List to life is a team of classy folk from the Commonwealth, we have Rose McIver, Ashley Madekwe, Tom Riley, James Bloor, Sarah Armstrong, Sonya Walger, Jon Fletcher, Ben Schrader, and Parminder Nagra.




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The End of the Tour

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