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Monthly Archives: July 2010
On Thursday evening, costumed Doctor Who fans at Comic-Con gathered for a big family portrait. Here are some of the snaps we took from that event. Can you identify all of the characters?
Check out photos from the Being Human signing at the BBC America booth, and check out my live tweets from the panel.
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games had a big unveiling at Comic-Con yesterday. The first installments of the game, available for download to your PC here, feature the Doctor, Amy Pond, and some of the show’s most iconic monsters.
I just interviewed Being Human creator Toby Whithouse at Comic-Con. And I’m more convinced than ever that only cool people work on BH.
The cast of Being Human sat down for interviews with Anglophenia today. Actors Aidan Turner (Mitchell), Russell Tovey (George), Lenora Crichlow (Annie), and Sinead Keenan (Nina) also surprised fans by introducing the screening of ...
And some photos from preview night:
Each year the Mercury selection committee hands out their highly coveted award to the best British or Irish album of the past year. The committee’s obscure choices have often befuddled the critics, but I think most UK pundits are ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 19th, 2010
Daniel Radcliffe will break free of Hogwarts and star in an adaptation of Susan Hill‘s horror novel, The Woman in Black, written by Jonathan Ross‘ wife, Jane Goldman. Radcliffe will play “a young lawyer who finds ...
The Independent looks at who should be on this year’s Mercury Prize shortlist, which is announced next Tuesday. The annual Mercury Prize is handed out to the British or Irish album of the year, determined by a committee of ...