New Extended Look Inside ‘Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond’ (Video)

Domenic Cooper as Ian Fleming in "Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond." Photo Credit: BBC America

Domenic Cooper as Ian Fleming in “Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond.”
Photo Credit: BBC America

As BBC America prepares to premiere its first of four episodes in the upcoming mini-series Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond; more and more information has become available. The latest is an extended trailer for the inside look at the man who would create one of the most well-known franchises of all time.

The series begins in London in the year 1938. Ian Fleming would just assume spend his days drinking, chasing women, and living off of his family fortune. However, what he didn’t know is that his life was about to change forever.

Here is the official synopsis of the series as written by BBC America on IMDb.

Look at the 007 creator, Ian Fleming, and his early life set against the permissive society of war-torn WWII London.

It is no wonder that writing the exquisite life of 007 came so easy to him, he already lived it.

Here is a look at the extended trailer for the upcoming mini-series Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond.

 

The mini-series stars Domenic Cooper, who can soon be seen as Howard Stark in the upcoming film Captain America: The Winter Soldier, as the man himself; Ian Fleming. The series also stars Rupert Evans, Lara Pulver, Camilla Rutherford, Pip Torrens, and many more.

Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond debuts on Wednesday, January 29th at 10:00 p.m. on BBC America.

Topics: BBC America, Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond, Ian Fleming, James Bond, TV Show, TV Shows

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