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Manuel Gives Thanks

24 November 2015 7:11 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Manuel here. Has it really been a year since the last time I gave thanks (not coincidentally with another pic of Ms Blanchett)? I feel as though I should be giving thanks in front of some sort of food, so imagine I’ve come with a full dozen donuts from Donut Time.

I’m thankful…

- For unabashedly queer Christmas flicks featuring fab ladies.

- For having had the chance to see over twenty-four films at the New York Film Festival (and having been in the same room as Kate Winslet!!)

- For Wiig, in all and every incarnation. 

- For Joy and Joy (and consequently, Amy Poehler and Brie Larson).

- For all the delicious food on Please Like Me, a show you should all be watching!

- For Mad Men’s beautiful and perfect ending.

- For Twelve Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer, one of the greatest TV episodes this year. »

- Manuel Betancourt

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Doctor Who's Professor Stahlman actor Olaf Pooley dies, aged 101

20 July 2015 2:54 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Doctor Who actor Olaf Pooley has passed away at the age of 101.

The celebrated stage and screen star died on July 14 in Los Angeles, a family spokesperson said.

Pooley was well known for his role as villainous scientist Professor Stahlman in the 1970s' Doctor Who serial, 'Inferno'.

He also appeared in numerous other television shows including Star Trek:Voyager, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and La Law.

As well as a successful film career with appearances in The Lost People, Highly Dangerous, The Iron Petticoat alongside Katherine Hepburn and Bob Hope and the 1971 horror, The Corpse, he was also a regular on the stage.

He originated the part of Chorley Bannister in Noel Coward's Peace in Our Time in 1947 and he had roles in productions of Twelve Angry Men, The Tempest and Othello.

In his later years, Pooley retired from acting and turned to painting, and was an artist »

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Olaf Pooley Dead -- 'Dr. Who' Star Dies at 101

20 July 2015 1:20 PM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Olaf Pooley -- who appeared in the 1970s as Professor Stahlman on the cult TV classic "Dr. Who" -- has died. He was 101. Pooley, who also appeared on an episode of "Star Trek: Voyager," died July 14 of congestive heart failure, according to StarTrek.com. He held the distinction of being oldest-living actor for both shows. Pooley also had a solid stage career in the West End theater, having appeared in "Peace in Our Time," "Twelve Angry Men, »

- TMZ Staff

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Olaf Pooley, ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Doctor Who’ Actor, Dies at 101

20 July 2015 12:59 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

British actor and writer Olaf Pooley, best known for his roles on “Star Trek” and “Doctor Who,” died last week in Los Angeles. He was 101.

Pooley, who died on July 14, was the Cleric in the “Star Trek: Voyager” episode “Blink of an Eye” and had a recurring role as Professor Eric Stahlman in the “Doctor Who” serial “Inferno.” He’s the oldest actor to have appeared in both franchises.

Pooley’s notable West End theater career included Chorley Bannister in the original cast of Noel Coward’s “Peace in Our Time,” as well as roles in “Twelve Angry Men,” “The Tempest” and “Othello.” He was also a guest director at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and directed Anthony Hopkins in “The Waltz of the Toreadors.”

His earliest film credit is 1948’s “Penny and the Pownall Case.” In later years, Pooley turned to painting and was a permanent »

- Reece Ristau

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Comedy Central orders 'Inside Amy Schumer' season 4 before season 3 debuts

21 April 2015 6:53 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Always nice to get good, if unsurprising, news early: before the third season of "Inside Amy Schumer" even debuts tonight at 10:30, Comedy Central has already ordered a fourth. I'll be writing more about the show in a few weeks, because the third episode is an incredibly meticulous and loving all-star parody of "Twelve Angry Men," of all things, filtered through Schumer's sensibility and her interest in how women are viewed both in show business and in life. But I've seen the first three episodes of the new season, and they're all terrific, at times revisiting topics from previous sketches (even the "Twelve Angry Men" episode is riffing on last season's focus group) but expanding on the ideas, and bringing in impressive guest stars both old and new to play in Schumer's world. It's a terrific, crucial piece of Comedy Central's current renaissance, and I'm glad it'll be around for a while longer. »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Frank Sinatra: Our Way review: So bad it will make The Voice UK look incredible

5 January 2015 5:00 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

What better way to celebrate the life of one of the world's greatest ever singers? A man who sold over 150 million records and won eleven Grammy Awards?

Scoop up some rejected singers from The Voice UK, gather some rejected props from The Voice UK and assemble some judges not good enough to be rejected from The Voice UK. Then put it on BBC One.

Spread all over last Saturday night like tar, Frank Sinatra: Our Way featured seven 'talented but unknown music acts from across the UK' who were competing to win a slot to perform at the singer's centenary concert later this year.

Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Rochelle Humes, who were both doing the best with what scraps they had, we were confronted with a judging panel that comprised of Rufus Hound, Mica Paris, Dave Stewart and Leo Green. And they had absolutely no sway at all. »

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