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Paul McCartney Reveals Who Was Cut from ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ Cover

1 June 2017 2:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

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Paul McCartney has revealed who was cut from the iconic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover.

2017 marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles‘ eighth full-length album and acts as one of the best-selling albums of all time.

The album cover featured a wide range of famous faces, including Fred Astaire, Edgar Allan Poe, Bob Dylan, Oscar Wilde, Shirley Temple and Marlon Brando.

While most of these celebrities were happy to appear on the cover for free, McCartney says that there was one actor who wanted a fee.

“We all had a list of favourites. »

- Samantha Maine

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This Living Space is Only Big Enough for One: First Trailer

17 April 2017 3:19 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Tagline: "His House. Your Nightmare." The Horror Patch has debuted the trailer for Steven Spiel's Living Space. The clip shows a couple attacked by a German SS Officer, straight out of World War II. Other characters are silenced in a horrible way. The film is in post-production, with shooting taking place near Melbourne, Australia. The film stars: Georgia Chara and Andy McPhee. More details on this indie horror film are available here. The story is about Brad (Leigh Scully) and Ashley (Chara). They are travelling through Germany, on a romantic journey. Their adventure goes sideways, when they encounter a German SS Officer. Now, they cannot escape their remote vacation home and could be turned into slave labour, for a war that is long since over. Along with the trailer, a still has been released and a movie poster. The poster shows a character muted, via a tortuous procedure. The still debuts the villain, »

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Wolf Creek: Pop Renews Australian Drama for Season Two

13 April 2017 3:16 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Greg McLean's Wolf Creek TV show has been renewed for season two on Pop. The cable channel announced the second season renewal today, as part of it new programming slate.Based on the cult horror film of the same name, Wolf Creek season two will premiere on Pop in 2018. Jon Jarratt will return as terrifying serial killer Mick Taylor. Wolf Creek also stars Lucy Fry as Eve Thorogood and Dustin Clare as Sullivan Hill. The cast cals includes Andy McPhee, Damian de Montemas, and Jessica Tovey.Read More… »


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Debut feature 'Choir Girl' to shoot in Melbourne in early April

19 March 2017 10:29 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Indie feature Choir Girl is set to go into production in early April on location around Melbourne..

The film marks the debut of writer-director Michael Wormald, a former editor who directed shorts.The Death and Life of John Vaughan in 2008 and Legacy in 2014.

Choir Girl is a drama set in the 90s about a lonely photographer, Eugene, who becomes obsessed with a fifteen year-old girl who is trapped in the illegal sex trade.

The film, to be shot entirely in black-and-white, is produced by Ivan Malekin of Nexus Production Group and Lucinda Bruce. Daniela Ercoli is the associate producer.

Cast includes Roger Ward (Mad Max), Peter Flaherty (The Leftovers), Krista Vendy (Neighbours), Andy McPhee (Ali.s Wedding), Kym Valentine (Neighbours) and Vca grad Sarah Timm.

Budget is around half a million, with shooting to take place over 24 days, including a stint at Docklands Studios.

Bridget Borgobello is the casting director »

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Ralf Little webchat – your questions answered on football, The Royle Family and Caroline Aherne

28 February 2017 5:14 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The actor and producer joined us live from the National Theatre to weigh in everything from his most-coveted role to which packet of crisps goes best with two pints of lager

1.09pm GMT

Really sorry I've got to go, a real shame because I'm quite enjoying myself. Great questions and a lot of fun - thanks for taking the time.

1.09pm GMT

eastofhampstead asks:

Did working with Jim Royle give you a head-start when Monkey Life came along?

You could say that - watching Jim Royle is like a study in anthropology. So yes, doing the voiceover for Monkey Life came pretty naturally after that.

1.08pm GMT

Have to phrase this as a question or it’ll just look rude. How hard did you laugh when Jim said: “Finger, My Arse!”?

About as hard as I laughed at every other thing Jim said, whether I was supposed to or not. »

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