Rupert FriendLatest News and Opinion
Posted Tuesday 5/01/18 at 11:02PM EDT
CBS All Access' Strange Angel unveils its poster and trailer
The 1930s-set drama series stars Jack Reynor as a janitor who becomes an early rocket scientist who becomes entanged with a new occult religion that performs sex rituals.
Posted Wednesday 4/25/18 at 4:58AM EDT
James Comey says he misses Peter Quinn on Homeland, his favorite show
The former FBI director told The Atlantic's Elaina Plott Tuesday night that the Showtime series is his favorite show. “I care about Carrie,” he said. “I miss Pete.”
Posted Monday 2/12/18 at 8:22PM EST
Mandy Patinkin honored with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star
Former Homeland co-star Rupert Friend and Patti LuPone were on hand for today's ceremony honoring the legendary actor.
Posted Wednesday 1/17/18 at 1:13PM EST
Homeland’s Rupert Friend to appear in a new CBS All Access drama
On Strange Angel, he’ll play a “lost soul and drifter” who becomes the tour guide for a young scientist through the underbelly of 1930s Los Angeles.
Posted Thursday 8/24/17 at 6:15PM EDT
Homeland creator responds after fans take out a “#NotOurHomeland” full-page ad
The ad in The Hollywood Reporter is from "a group of passionate Homeland fans representing thousands of aggrieved viewers and fans who have banded together in protest to found #NotOurHomeland.” The fans specifically take issue with what happened to Peter Quinn in the season finale. "Why have you relentlessly and brutally tortured the veterans you depict on the show?” the fans wrote. “And why did you ultimately render Peter Quinn incapable of both loving and being loved?” Co-creator Alex Gansa responded: “It is painful to hear that that even a small segment of our devoted audience is disappointed in Homeland. Until now, I have refrained from commenting publicly on the death of Peter Quinn, believing that Rupert Friend's heart-wrenching performance should speak for itself. I have not changed my view. Suffice to say that I mourn the loss of Peter Quinn as much as anybody and that the character was created not to denigrate but to honor the men and women who devote their lives to keeping America safe. In my eyes, he died a hero.”