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Hunters director to launch new series Solos on Amazon Prime

David Weil's anthology features a star-studded cast that includes Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway and Helen Mirren.

David Weil attends the Exclusive Screening of Amazon Prime Video’s Hunters at the Curzon Soho ahead of its release on Prime Video on Friday 21st February.
David Weil attends the Exclusive Screening of Amazon Prime Video’s Hunters at the Curzon Soho ahead of its release on Prime Video on Friday 21st February.

Hunters creator David Weil is set to see the launch of his new anthology series Solos on Amazon Prime Video next month.

The Amazon Original series features a star-studded cast that includes Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway and Helen Mirren.

They will be joined by Orange Is The New Black actress Uzo Aduba and Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens, alongside Nicole Beharie and Constance Wu.

The seven-part series explores the strange, beautiful and heartbreaking truths of what it means to be human, as told through the eyes of each character from a different perspective and moment in time.

Solos is released from 21 May on Amazon Prime Video

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