Bill Pullman and John Barrowman were in Cannes last week to promote the show. While there they did a really interesting interview about Miracle Day.
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Torchwood star John Barrowman has claimed that the upcoming fourth series will be “bigger and better” than before.
Barrowman was in Cannes, southern France, to present the 10-part series, which was filmed in Wales and Los Angeles.
“The move to America has been amazing,” said Barrowman. “There is so much more we can do with Torchwood now having made the leap to America.”
He added that the action sequences in the series, which is subtitled Miracle Day, are “unbelievable”.
“The audience is going to need a forklift truck to pick their jaws off the ground,” he said. “I used to do quite a lot of stunts but now I’m not allowed to because of the insurance policy. I’m much more valuable in America!”
Barrowman and co-star Eve Myles will be joined by Hollywood actors Bill Pullman, from Independence Day and Mekhi Phifer, who played Tom Hanks’ friend Bubba in Forrest Gump.
Barrowman also insisted that the sexual nature of his character Jack Harkness will not be toned down for US audiences.
“Jack will have his little dabblings and the audience will get exactly what they want,” he claimed.
Torchwood: Miracle Day will premiere in July on BBC One.
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