Kit Harington cuts a suave figure as he's spotted on the set of BBC drama Industry for the FIRST time alongside Amy Winehouse actress Marisa Abela
Kit Harington has been spotted on the London set of BBC banking drama Industry for the first time. The Game of Thrones actor, 36, cut a suave figure in a smart suit as filmed scenes alongside Marisa Abela, who will play Amy Winehouse in upcoming biopic Back To Black. Kit, joining the show for it's third season as CEO Henry Muck, layered a tailored jacket over a crisp white shirt and maroon tie for the scenes. Completing the look with a stylish overcoat, he slicked back his dark locks from his handsome face. The filming saw the Hollywood star shaking hands with another actor as he emerged from a grand building climbing into a black SUV. Industry gives viewers an inside view of the blackbox of high finance following a group of young bankers. In the series, the bankers attempt to mould their identities within the pressure cooker environment and sex and drug-fueled blitz of international bank Pierpoint & Co's London office. Series three sees Pierpoint looking to the future and takes a big bet on ethical investing, and the desk find themselves front and centre in the splashy IPO of Lumi, a green tech energy company – in a story that runs all the way to the very top of finance, media and government. Since starring in eight series of Game Of Thrones, Kit appeared in the star-studded cast of Marvel's Eternals as Black Knight, released in 2021. This year he will also star in the AppleTV+ series Extrapolations, an anthology series that depicts the effects of climate change, beginning on March 17. In October, HBO announced that they had renewed Industry for a third season, with star Myha'la Herrold - who plays Harper Stern - gushing: 'Y'all did this... Thank you so much for watching our show and sending us so much love. 'I can't wait to bring you more @industryhbo. Season three is coming!' It's unclear what's in store for the 26-year-old NoCal native's character after she was fired from her position at the Cross Product Sales desk at Pierpoint & Co for lying about graduating college.
Via: Daily Mail