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Good Omens season 2: Michael Sheen teases romance between Aziraphale and David Tennant’s Crowley

Michael Sheen stars alongside David Tennant in the series (Picture: Amazon Studios/Chris Raphael)

Michael Sheen has unapologetically sent us into meltdown over Good Omens season two with a cheeky comment about his character Aziraphale and David Tennant’s Crowley.

We last left the angel and demon deciding that they would be on their own side, after stopping the ‘Great War’ between heaven and hell, with many fans convinced the pair have something more than platonic feelings between them.

And Michael’s doing nothing to quell the speculation.

Chatting to and other press ahead of the release of his film Last Train To Christmas, the actor said of the highly-anticipated next series: ‘You can expect an angel and a demon.

‘And that angel will look very much like he’s in love with that demon, I can guarantee that.’

You can’t leave us hanging like that Michael! Apparently he can though, admitting he’d get ‘murdered’ if he gave anything else away.

Adapted from the novel by Neil Gaiman and Sir Terry Pratchett, Good Omens was recently renewed for a second series, with filming underway.

Before returning to take on heaven and hell once again though, Michael’s turned his hand to time travel in his new film Last Train To Christmas, starring alongside Game of Thrones’ Nathalie Emmanuel.

Directed by Julian Kemp, the story follows Michael’s character Tony Towers and his majestic mullet as he boards a train for a Christmas family reunion.

Tony finds himself transported to 1995, with his life tatters. He discovers that walking up and down the train transports him to different points in his life, while he has to figure out if he can make his life and those around him better – or if he’s destined to make everything worse.

‘It’s one of those ideas, you think, “Why has no one thought of this before, the idea of going forwards and backwards in train carriages,”‘ Michael explained. ‘[Julian] also said when he was going to shoot it, each decade was going to be filmed in the style of films that were made in that decade – and using that technology. So they used different cameras and all kinds of different stuff.’

Michael added of the story: ‘In this film, as I realised – the character realises – you can’t control a lot of it. You think you’re changing things for the better but in fact you’re making things worse. It’s very hard to know!

‘This has taught me that, if someone said I could go back in time, and I could change something, that I wouldn’t. I would leave things alone! I wouldn’t go forward into the future, because I don’t wanna know!

‘One of the things I love about life the most is the possibility that you wake up and you think that all kinds of things could happen, for better or for worse – that sense of possibility is what makes life exciting.’

Last Train To Christmas is released on Sky Cinema and NOW on December 18.


Credit: Original article published here.

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