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More Horrid Henry casting news

3 November 2010 7:16 AM, PDT | ScreenTerrier | See recent ScreenTerrier news »

Other child actors joining Theo Stevenson in the titular role and an all-star cast including Richard E Grant and Anjelica Houston in the new 3D feature film adaptation of Horrid Henry have now also been announced.

The two young newcomers are Scarlett Stitt, who attends the Haberdasher's Aske Junior School in Elstree, as Moody Margaret, and Ross Marron as Horrid Henry's younger brother Perfect Peter. Red-haired 11 year old Scarlett (represented by Young Actors Theatre) beat thousands of other children to the part even though it was her first audition.

And playing Rude Ralph is 11 year old Lloyd Howells (represented by A&J Management) from East Grinstead (pictured right).

The previously announced cast includes Prunella Scales, Parminda Nagra, Noel Fielding, David Schneider, Jo Brand, Rebecca Front and Helen Lederer with Mat Horne and Siobhan Hayes as Henry's long-suffering parents.

In the movie Henry, who is the Lord High Majesty of the Purple Hand Gang, »

- noreply@blogger.com (ScreenTerrier)

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Horrid Henry casting news

29 October 2010 12:27 PM, PDT | ScreenTerrier | See recent ScreenTerrier news »

12 year old Theo Stevenson from Essex has landed the lead role in Vertigo Films 3D big screen adaptation of the successful Francesca Simon's books Horrid Henry.

Theo (represented by Independent Talent) is an experienced young actor on stage and screen with roles in Young Vic theatre productions and the feature films In Bruges and Fred Claus. He will also be seen as Jake Rubin in up-coming feature Re-Uniting the Rubins, a comedy about a completely dysfunctional Jewish family.

Horrid Henry is about to start shooting and the all-star cast includes Prunella Scales, Parminda Nagra, Noel Fielding, David Schneider, Jo Brand and Helen Lederer with Mat Horne (Gavin and Stacey) and Siobhan Hayes as Henry's long-suffering parents.


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The 12 best pure Hollywood action movies of the 1990s

16 June 2010 10:10 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

There’s plenty of guns, violence and one-liners, as we count down the best 12 Hollywood action movies of the 1990s…

What is an action film? That's been the tricky question that we've had to unconvincingly answer before putting this list of titles together.

Personally, I'm a massive fan of the Harrison Ford movie Clear And Present Danger, but have held off including it here because the action moments are few and far between (there's one really good sequence, but not too much else action-wise). And to be fair, one or two of the movies that have made the cut here could have a similar argument at least wafted in their direction. It's not been an easy list to compile.

But the 12 I've picked here - and I've kept it to Hollywood blockbuster flicks - are action movies at heart, even if the accelerator is relaxed for periods within the films chosen. »

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General election 2010: Have you heard the one about Gordon Brown and the Gruffalo?

6 May 2010 6:57 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The best election jokes, from the writer of Channel 4's Alternative Election Night

I can't help myself. I feel sorry for Gordon Brown like I feel sorry for Godzilla, dying on the concrete with Matthew Broderick patting his nose. A few minutes ago he was out flattening cities, roaring and mighty, but now he's coughing up blood and I've got a lump in my throat. I wanted him gone, but I look at David Cameron and think: God almighty, you've got to be careful what you wish for.

In his standup routine, Frankie Boyle appraises Gordon Brown with a cooler gaze: "If someone smiled at me like that I'd smash them on the forehead with a crucifix." More charitably, Clive Anderson on Radio 4's The Heckler likens him to "a rather miserable bloodhound". One of the ideas that never quite made it into our script for Channel 4's »

- Charlie Skelton

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Films out this week

9 April 2010 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

I Am Love (15)

(Luca Guadagnino, 2009, It) Tilda Swinton, Pippo Delbono, Flavio Parenti. 119 mins

The result of a seven-year collaboration between its star and director, I Am Love is an extraordinary fusion of tradition and modernity that's a good deal more original than it might seem at first glance. Calling to mind (although not exclusively modelled on) Luchino Visconti's 1963 Italian classic The Leopard, with a dash of Barbara Stanwyck's immortal Stella Dallas for good measure, this is a powerful and stylish dynastic melodrama that works on many levels. On the surface, Luca Guadagnino's bold, aggressively contemporary direction attacks an age-old story from all angles, zooming, tracking and tilting as John Adams's affecting symphonic score booms. But at the centre of this storm, Swinton gives a superb, sympathetic performance as Emma, the Russian wife of a Milanese textile magnate, whose reckless affair with a working-class chef sends her privileged life into turmoil. »

- Damon Wise

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