LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 15: Actor Clive Owen attends the premiere of Saban Films' 'The Confirmation' on March 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
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From advertising for the company, Clive Owen will star on BMW films in an episode called "The Escape" of the BMW series "The Hire" in his usual role as The Driver. A trailer for the upcoming episode was aired recently and we have the scoop on what to expect on the coming season.
BMW films is back in action as the production brings Hollywood heavyweights such as Clive Owen, Dakota Fanning, Jon Benthal and Vera Farmiga into the series entitled "The Hire." Joining them is the directing powerhouse couple Madonna and Guy Ritchie, reported Jalopnik.
Warning! Series Spoilers Ahead
According to Tech Crunch, Owen will portray the unnamed protagonist called "The Driver," which is his comeback debut after several years from BMW films. The report indicated that he will be seen riding BMW vehicles and drive them with ease like what he's known for doing.
Furthermore, it is also expected that the episode will show several car chases where Owen will be seen maneuvering the BMW cars with ease as he is evading and being apprehended by antagonists of the series.
Unfortunately, reports have not confirmed how many episodes would be aired with Owen in it. In fact, it was not manifested how long the series would end. However, it was announced that the said series would release by next month.
Owen's History With BMW Films
Before he participated in BMW films series, Owen was featured in several advertisements of BMW cars wherein he looked suave in riding them and luring women to enjoy the ride. In fact, it was revealed that the episode for "The Hire" will entertain the audience even if they are not automobile lovers due to the quality of the film and the exciting car chases.
Featuring Clive Owen, Dakota Fanning, Jon Bernthal, and Vera Farmiga, and directed by powerhouse couple Madonna and Guy Richie, "The Escape" episode for the BMW films series "The Hire" will release this coming October 23.