What you need to know
- Luke Evans will star in upcoming Apple TV+ show Echo 3.
- Evans is known for The Three Musketeers, and immortals.
Luke Evans will play the part of Bambi in upcoming action series Echo 3 when it arrives on Apple TV+. While no date for the show has been confirmed yet, we do know that it will be filmed in both English and Spanish after it was first ordered back in July of last year.
Running for ten episodes, the show will be set in and around the Colombia-Venezuela with Evans picking up one of the lead roles according to a Variety report.
Evans is best known for his roles in The Three Musketeers, Immortals, and *Beauty and the Beast".
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