Tom Stoppard
(© David Gordon)
Tom Stoppard
(© David Gordon)
Updated casting has been announced for Parade's End, a five-part miniseries written by Tony Award winner Tom Stoppard, according to The Guardian. The miniseries, a co-production of HBO and BBC2, is directed by Susanna White.

In addition to previously announced stars Benedict Cumberbach and Rebecca Hall, the cast includes Rupert Everett, Miranda Richardson, Anne-Marie Duff, Roger Allam, Janet McTeer, Freddie Fox, Jack Huston, and Steven Robertson.

Based on the series of books by Ford Maddox Ford, the miniseries is set against the backdrop of World War I and tells the story of a complex and destructive love triangle among a conservative English aristocrat, his beautiful but cruel socialite wife, and a vibrant young suffragette.