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The relentless and epic first trailer for Warner Brother's "Wrath of the Titans" is now online. The fantasy sequel to 2010's "Clash of the Titans" stars Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Bill Nighy, Rosamund Pike, Danny Huston, Édgar Ramírez, Matt Milne, Lily James and Toby Kebbell. "Clash of the Titans" was hit with rather mixed to poor reviews on release, but judging from the trailer alone, this sequel from director Jonathan Liebesman (Battle Los Angeles, The Killing Room) looks far more action packed, with many more mythical beasts than it's dull predecessor. This could be fun. Watch the new trailer for "Wrath of the Titans" below;"Wrath of the Titans" is set for release across the Us and UK from »
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Shooting is about to start in and around London on Fast Girls, a feature film about a rivalry on the athletics track between two girls from different backgrounds, scripted by Noel Clarke, Jay Basu and Roy Williams and directed by commercials director Regan Hall.
Two worlds collide on the athletics track when streetwise Shania meets ambitious, middle-class Lisa. The two girls eventually overcome their rivalry and unite to achieve their ultimate dream of reaching a championship final.
Guildhall drama school graduate Lily James (represented by Tavistock Wood) who received rave reviews for her portrayal of Desdemona opposite Dominic West in The Sheffield Crucible's production of Othello, stars alongside her as Lisa. Lily played Ethel Brown in last year's Cbbc drama Just William.
Also on the team of girl sprinters are »
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Crucible, Sheffield; Cottesloe; Olivier, both London
For fans of the television series The Wire, it is impossible not to be on patrol, trying to spot detective Jimmy McNulty in Dominic West's Iago and Lester Freamon in Clarke Peters's Othello. But it is to the credit of both actors and to Daniel Evans's triumphant production at the Sheffield Crucible that such distractions do not persist as the tragedy gathers pace. Besides, Dominic West is in complete Shakespearean disguise as Iago. He has grown a beard, cut his hair savagely short, wears curious brown leather knickerbockers with slits in them and has acquired a Yorkshire accent to play the greatest villain of all time. The choice of accent is inspired because it sounds so trustworthy – it turns Iago into Mr Common Sense. Noisy comedy is this Iago's cover. You can imagine him propping up the bar at a 16th-century tavern, »
- Kate Kellaway
The next few months of programming on Showtime have been laid out today, as the network has provided a list of premiere dates for new scripted shows, reality shows, adapted web series (Lisa Kudrow's buzzworthy Web Therapy), and old favorites. Notable dates include Weeds and The Big C premiering in late June (they were both running into last fall, since they both started in August) and the final season of Secret Diary of a Call Girl leading into a reality show about male escorts. Check out the press release below for synopses, times/dates, and information about other things happening on Showtime in the near future. What will you be watching?
New Original Series
2-hour premiere: Sunday, April 3rd at 9 Pm Et/Pt; following premiere, new episodes will air Sundays at 10 Pm Et/Pt
1 Hour, 9 Episodes
- Shilo Adams
4 items from 2011
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