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Now that we’ve all absorbed the news that Samuel Anderson is joining Doctor Who as the teacher Danny Pink, the question of where he came from, and what he’s done before becomes paramount.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on December 21st, 2013
We could fill many, many posts with the eternal daftness of the Eleventh Doctor, and still never quite manage to pull an entirely comprehensive list together. Simply put, he’s a very, very funny character, played by a very, very ...
Here’s a nice thing that emerged yesterday. It seems Tom Hanks is directly responsible for creating the careers of at least three, possibly four hugely talented British actors, and he’s been keeping fairly quiet about it ...
10 Things So Right About ‘The Wrong Mans’: Interview with Co-Creator Mathew Baynton and Director Jim Field Smith
By Brigid Brown | Posted on November 12th, 2013
We had the pleasure to meet up with The Wrong Mans co-creator Mathew Baynton and director Jim Field Smith. The Wrong Mans—a fusion of comedy, action and thriller—revolves around two underachievers, Sam and Phil, played by Baynton ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on November 4th, 2013
On Saturday night, BBC TV ran an all-star gala event from London’s National Theatre, to help celebrate 50 years of wonderful productions.
Susan Boyle, the 2009 Winner of Britain’s Got Talent, won over the world with her blindsiding, unexpected voice and humbled demeanor. There’s been talk of a movie for a while but nothing concrete so far.
By Tom Brook | Posted on September 27th, 2013
After having won recognition playing the young Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady, Welsh actress Alexandra Roach has continued to get good roles and is now poised to make quite an impact in the forthcoming film One Chance in which she ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on September 27th, 2013
Hulu.com’s original series The Wrong Mans, written by and co-starring James Corden (Gavin and Stacey) and Mathew Baynton (Peep Show), premieres on November 11.
In many ways the forthcoming movie One Chance, which had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival this week, is a star vehicle for British actor James Corden.
British cinema loves to make movies in which people from humble or working-class origins turn out to be gifted or artistic in some way. There’s the one about the miner’s boy who becomes a ballet dancer (Billy Elliot), the ...