If you miss James Purefoy on your TV screen, prepare to get Hap-py.
The Following alum, along with Michael Kenneth Williams (Boardwalk Empire) and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) stars in Sundance’s upcoming dark comedy Hap and Leonard — and we’ve got your exclusive first look at the series’ key art.
Hap and Leonard follows Hap, a plantation worker in 1980s Texas who did time in federal prison for dodging the Vietnam War draft. Michael Kenneth Williams (Boardwalk Empire) is Hap’s best friend, an angry, openly gay Vietnam vet named Leonard. Hendricks plays Trudy, Hap’s ex-wife who shows up with an offer her former husband can’t refuse.
The poster below taps into the “swamp noir” feel of the show, with guns, cash and a faceless (though not curve-less) femme fatale. “Easy money…,” the tagline reads, “the hard way.”
Based on Joe R. Landsdale’s books, the six-episode Hap and Leonard premieres Wednesday, March 2, at 10/9c.
Peruse the poster below (click on image to see larger version), then hit the comments: Are you planning to hang out with Hap and Leonard?