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(l-r):.Kevin Bishop,.Xavier Samuel and.Kris Marshall.in A Few Less Men.
A Few Less Men, the sequel to Stephan Elliott's 2011 comedy A Few Best Men, was helmed by Mark Lamprell, the screenwriter of Babe: Pig in the City and director of 2000's My Mother Frank and 2013's Goddess.
"It was lovely working on somebody else's screenplay because it was a really solid screenplay structurally," Lamprell said. "I could see that there was a really good movie in there. Dean's a very accomplished writer. The whole guts of it were laid out before me.".
"It's not high-brow wit. »
- Harry Windsor
This month, Bbca began production on the first original scripted series to be greenlit by the new regime, an adaptation of Douglas Adams’ 1987 novel “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.” That show is set for debut Oct. 22, part of a wave of new series arriving on the channel in the second half of the year.
Barnett and her team did a fair amount of research to wrap their minds around the challenge of expanding BBC America’s brand. “We spent a lot of time thinking about what the ‘A’ stood for in Bbca,” she says.
- Cynthia Littleton
.From a talented group of filmmakers with a proven track record of delivering strong, entertaining stories with broad appeal, A Few Less Men is sure to satisfy audiences in Australia and abroad", said StudioCanal Australia and New Zealand Chief Executive Elizabeth Trotman..
"Here at StudioCanal we are so pleased to be on board and are looking forward to developing an exciting campaign. »
- Staff Writer
Jim Rash really misses his “Community” co-star Joel McHale, and we mean he really misses him. McHale’s disbarred lawyer Jeff Winger and Rash’s Dean Craig Pelton both bid farewell to the former NBC comedy in June when it ended its run on Yahoo! Screen. Fortunately, the comedy actors had a happy reunion when they went from work colleagues to rivals on Thursday’s installment of “Lip Sync Battle,” with McHale kicking off the show with a bouncy rendition of Imagine Dragons’ “I Bet My Life.” Also Read: Katharine McPhee Shakes Her Booty at Jason Derulo on 'Lip Sync Battle »
- Debbie Emery
If you a fan of a) Stanley Kubrick and b) all things astronomical then you’ve possibly come across the conspiracy theory that Stanley Kubrick was rumoured to have faked the Apollo 11 moon landings for the Us Government.
The conspiracy has spiraled so far out of control that the documentary Room 237 at one point brings up the theory that the late director actually gave clues to the gigantic cover up within The Shining.
And now we have Moonwalkers, a high-concept, action comedy based around this conspiracy theory and starring Ron Perlman and Rupert Grint, which is set to arrive on DVD on May 30th courtesy of Icon Film Distribution.
See Also: Watch the red band trailer for Moonwalkers
Directed by the ad world’s boy genius Antoine Bardou-Jacquet (holder of the Guinness World Record for “Most Awarded Commercial), Moonwalkers asks the question, ‘what if Apollo 11 never actually made it? »
Executive producer Gary Hamilton and his team have already struck deals in Australia and New Zealand (StudioCanal), Italy (Lucky Red), pan-Eastern Europe (Modus Vivendi), pan-Middle East (Italia Films), Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Columbia (Eastwood Holdings), and Vietnam (Galaxy).
Producers Laurence Malkin, Tania Chambers, Share Stallings, and Gorean Films Limited produce the story based on a screenplay by Dean Craig about two friends who must transport their friend’s coffin to London after they are stranded in the Australian bush.
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6 items from 2016
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