7 items from 2011
As well as meeting fans and signing autographs at Memorabilia London, the stars will host panels at the event's sister show, McM Expo London Comic Con, which takes place in the neighbouring hall at ExCel London over the same weekend.
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- David Bentley
Alexa Havins (pictured top) plays CIA analyst Esther Drummond, who finds herself working alongside fellow agent Rex Matheson and the Torchwood Institute's last surviving members, Captain Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper.
Arlene Tur (pictured right) plays tough-talking surgeon Dr Vera Juarez, who treats Rex Matheson and investigates what is happening to patients affected by the Miracle, a phenomenon in which no one on Earth is able to die.
- David Bentley
The famous faces feature in a new PSA for the Albert Kennedy Trust, an organization that provides a range of services for young lesbian, gay, bi and transexual people in the UK. Set to Radiohead’s classic song, Creep, the video also features Sue Perkins, Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson and actor Andrew Hayden-Smith.
“We’ve used some well-known personalities in these tough situations to help let young Lgbt people know where they can turn for support,” said Robert Harwood-Matthews, president of Tbwa UK. “Tbwa London is hugely proud to be a part of a such a groundbreaking campaign that hopes to increase awareness and shift behaviour towards a cause that too often goes unrecognised.”
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I’ve decided to push all the Tracy Morgan news into a special edition section of Weekend Meme on page two. Feel free to catch up there.
As I write this, we’re less than 24 hours from the start of the Tony Awards, and our man Neil Patrick Harris has been making the interview circuit. He’s promising the “edgiest Tony’s yet” but much of that seems to depend on whether the 14-time nominated The Book of Mormon can get a song past the censors. As for Nph, he’s not going to make himself the center of the show, and you won’t see him in Spider-Man spandex. Spoilsport. Obviously, I’ll be tweet-snarking the whole thing live.
The Seattle Mariners have become the 4,785,987th baseball team to announce an It Gets Better video. Actually, I’m really happy to see them jump into the project, but I »
- Ed Kennedy
Sir Ian McKellen and Samantha Fox have appeared in a new advert for Lgbt youth charity The Albert Kennedy Trust. They join other gay celebrities Sue Perkins, Paul O'Grady and Andrew Hayden-Smith in the minute-long clip, which shows what their future might have been without support. "The Albert Kennedy Trust, a charity that helps support Lgbt youths, has released (more) »
- By Mayer Nissim
Which came first? The chicken or the egg? The NuWho episode or the Classic Doctor Who DVD release? There's a poser for dopey Professor Kerensky – maybe he should have devoted his time to organising a Doctor Who DVD schedule instead of building his infernal cellular accelerator contraption. At least, he wouldn't have ended up ageing to a skeleton.
So cast your minds back to 2006, when it was announced that Inferno and The Invasion would be out on brand spanking new shiny disc. Coincidence? Well, consider that the two-part Rise Of The Cybermen/The Age Of Steel (or Rise Of Steel as I like to call it) included the much-heralded return of the tinpot meanies, a reference to International Electromatics, a crazed entrepreneur with delusions of grandeur, and a doomy parallel universe. Which meant that the two DVDs would be popular choices for new generations of fans who had lapped up »
Here's last week's caption pic winner. This week's caption pic is at the bottom of the page.
Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is ...
That's Justin's little known lesbian twin sister Justine beside him in the plaid.
Thanks to Morgan for this week's winning caption.
Happy 64th Birthday to Sir Elton John! Okay, name your top five Elton songs! What's your favorite? "That's What Friends Are For," "Candle in the Wind," "Don't Go Breaking My Heart?" I'll get the ball rolling by naming my top five 80's Elton singles: 5. "Empty Garden;" 4. "I'm Still Standing;" 3. "Little Jeannie;" 2. "Flames of Paradise," (neglected duet with the incomparable Jennifer Rush); 1. "Blue Eyes." DVD Watch! This week sees the release of the underperforming James L. Brooks comedy How Do You Know, featuring Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd. Also out is the much maligned The Tourist with Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie. And the certain-to-be »
7 items from 2011
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