Peaky Blinders star Cillian Murphy has been captured in behind-the-scene shots for season six.
The Irish actor, 44, who plays Tommy Shelby in the BBC gangland drama, looked every inch the dapper Brummie gangster as filming resumed for the sixth series of Peaky Blinders in Liverpool on Thursday.
Murphy was captured leaving a trailer wearing a black suit and white shirt. He was escorted under an umbrella as he walked to set.
News that filming for the eagerly anticipated season six had begun was broken by the official Peaky Blinders Twitter account on January 18.
The BBC hasn’t yet announced a release date but fans are expecting it to come out in late 2021 or early 2022.
The smash hit BBC drama has been running for eight years and has enjoyed huge popularity, but the sixth season has been confirmed as the final one.
The period crime drama series, set in Birmingham, follows the exploits of a crime family in the direct aftermath of the First World War.
Shelby, who was elected as a Labour MP in series four, is seen in series five to grow close to Mosley, who lead the British Union of Fascists (BUF) in the 1930s.
However, it was revealed his intentions were to kill the blackshirts leader who he described as “the devil himself”.
But when his plot failed, season five ended in dramatic fashion, with Tommy seemingly intent on committing suicide, screaming with a pistol pointed to his head.
County Lines star and BAFTA nominee Conrad Khan has joined the cast of Peaky Blinders for the final series.
The crime drama’s Twitter account announced the news of Khan’s casting, writing: “We’re delighted to welcome @BAFTA #EERisingStar nominee Conrad Khan to the cast of #PeakyBlinders series six.”
Khan has appeared in The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Black Mirror and the upcoming series of Baptiste.