All The Light We Cannot See: Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie to Join the Netflix Limited Series?

Marvel’s the Hulk, Mark Ruffalo and House star Hugh Laurie look like an impeccable addition to Netflix’s upcoming limited series ‘All The Light We Cannot See’. Directed by Shawn Levy, who we know for the acclaimed Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’, ‘Shadow and Bone’ and the 2021 film ‘Free Guy’, the script comes from ‘Peaky Blinders’ writer Steven Knight. A book to screen adaptation, the book has been a fan favourite for years now. In fact, the novel on which the series is based was on the ‘New York Times’ Bestseller list for 200 weeks.

The new actors who have joined the cast of Netflix’s ‘All the Light We Cannot See’ is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name by Anthony Doerr. Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie, according to ‘Variety’, will star in the bestselling novel’s four-part TV adaptation alongside newcomer Aria Mia Loberti, a visually impaired actress who was previously announced as playing the leading role of Marie-Laure, the blind teenager at the heart of the story.

In ‘All the Light We Cannot See‘, Marie-Laure’s path collides with Werner, a German soldier, as they both try to survive the devastation of World War II in occupied France.

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Ruffalo will play Marie-Laure’s father, Daniel LeBlanc, the principal locksmith at the Museum of Natural History in Paris. Caring and clever, he’s determined to give his blind daughter as much independence as he can while also protecting her — and the secret gem they carry — from Nazi occupation. Laurie has been cast as Etienne LeBlanc, an eccentric and reclusive World War I hero suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A nervous shut-in, LeBlanc records clandestine radio broadcasts as part of the French Resistance.

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