Will Poulter in Agatha Christie’s Why Didn’t They Ask The Evans? amid anti-racism in football Tweet


Will Poulter wears striped pyjamas as he’s seen for the first time on set of Agatha Christie adaptation of Why Didn’t They Ask The Evans?

He’s famous for his supporting role in the 2013 Jennifer Aniston blockbuster comedy We’re The Millers. 

And Will Poulter was pictured on the set of the Agatha Christie murder mystery Why Didn’t They Ask The Evans? for the first time on Friday, in which he will star alongside Lucy Boynton.  

The 28-year-old actor was seen collecting a newspaper during the scene filmed in Surrey wearing blue striped pyjamas. 

Next role: Will Poulter, 28, was pictured on the set of the Agatha Christie murder mystery Why Didn’t They Ask The Evans? on Friday wearing blue pyjamas 

He donned a white vest under his night clothes for the leading role of Bobby Jones – a young man who sets out to solve a murder mystery with his friend Lady Frances. 

Will looked ever-so handsome as he sported a short back and sides haircut with plenty of tousled length on the top.

He also slipped on a pair of brown smart shoes in an unlikely pairing as he prepared for his next role.   

Pyjama party: He donned a white vest under his night clothes for the leading role of Bobby Jones - a young man who sets out to solve a murder mystery with his friend Lady Frances

Pyjama party: He donned a white vest under his night clothes for the leading role of Bobby Jones – a young man who sets out to solve a murder mystery with his friend Lady Frances

Handsome: Will looked ever-so handsome as he sported a short back and sides haircut with plenty of tousled length on the top

Handsome: Will looked ever-so handsome as he sported a short back and sides haircut with plenty of tousled length on the top

The Hammersmith-born star has recently used his platform to speak out about racism in football.  

Will took to Twitter on Monday, stating that he was ‘utterly ashamed’ about the racist abuse that the three Black England players received after they missed penalties in a shootout against Italy in Sunday’s Euro 2020 final.

The actor wrote on the social media platform: ‘Utterly ashamed of and sickened by the actions of football fans directing racist abuse at Black England players representing their country. 

‘There must be zero tolerance for racism (as promised and advertised) and that means making the punishments as strong as they possibly can be’. 

Speaking out: Will took to Twitter on Monday, stating that he was 'utterly ashamed' about the racist abuse that the three Black England players received after they missed penalties in a shootout against Italy in Sunday's Euro 2020 final

Speaking out: Will took to Twitter on Monday, stating that he was ‘utterly ashamed’ about the racist abuse that the three Black England players received after they missed penalties in a shootout against Italy in Sunday’s Euro 2020 final

The movie star also shared a petition to ban racists from football for life, which has now surpassed more than one million signatures.

Comedian Eddie Izzard and glamour model Katie Price have also backed the petition. 

England stars Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka and Jadon Sancho were racially abused online in the wake of the Euro 2020 final defeat. 

Making a difference: The movie star also shared a petition to ban racists from football for life , which has now surpassed more than one million signatures

Making a difference: The movie star also shared a petition to ban racists from football for life , which has now surpassed more than one million signatures

Sidekicks: The three-part Britbox drama will see Poulter acting alongside Bohemian Rhapsody's Lucy Boynton, 27, who's set to play his whip-smart side kick 'Frankie' on their crime-solving mystery

New role: He was getting to grips with his shiny new spot on the show, looking very concentrated as he acted with a newspaper in his hands

Sidekicks: The three-part Britbox drama will see Poulter acting alongside Bohemian Rhapsody’s Lucy Boynton, 27, (left) who’s set to play his whip-smart side kick ‘Frankie’ on their crime-solving mystery

The actor, who won the MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss in 2014 for his three-way smooch with Jennifer Aniston and Emma Roberts, was seen hard at work behind the scenes on Wednesday. 

The three-part Britbox drama will see Poulter acting alongside Bohemian Rhapsody’s Lucy Boynton, 27, who’s set to play his whip-smart side kick Frankie in their crime-solving mystery. 

The plot sees the pair discovering the body of a dying man who utters ‘why didn’t they ask the Evans?’ as his last words.

Lucy, who plays Lady Frankie Derwent, could be seen riding a horse to the  launderette as she was filming for the drama last Wednesday.

She donned a light blue dress which featured a tie-neck scarf and ruffle cap-sleeves, which she paired with a pair of white pumps. 

Joining Poulter and Boynton on screen are Maeve Dermody, 35, of The Secret Garden who will be playing Moira and Game Of Thrones’ Conleth Hill, 56, as Dr. Alwyn Thomas. 

Hard at work: The plot sees Will and his sidekick discovering the body of a dying man who utters 'why didn't they ask the Evans?' as his last words

Hard at work: The plot sees Will and his sidekick discovering the body of a dying man who utters ‘why didn’t they ask the Evans?’ as his last words

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