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Ade Edmondson says it is ''unlikely'' he will work with his comedy partner Rik Mayall again. The duo enjoyed a working relationship which spanned across three decades beginning in the 1980s and produced acclaimed comedy TV shows 'The Young Ones', 'Filthy Rich & Catflap' and 'Bottom'. Ade and Rik haven't collaborated together since the early 2000s and the 57-year-old funnyman doesn't see a reunion on the cards. The 'Ade at Sea' star told Bang Showbiz: ''I think it's very unlikely, just because we worked together for nearly 30 years and I kind of called a stop to it because I just wanted to »
Fresh from a triumph in New York, one of our most extravagantly talented stars will soon unveil one of her most cherished projects to date, Effie, a film about John Ruskin – lawyers permitting.
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It was only a matter of time until the BBC broadcast images of Emma Thompson's downstairs lavatory. The combination of her larky sense of humour and love of a theatrical flourish made it somehow inevitable. And so last month it came to pass. The actress, having been overlooked for an Oscar nomination, was televised at her home receiving a "Mark"; a golden statuette in the likeness of the Observer's film critic, which was offered in recognition of her screen portrayal of the author of Mary Poppins, Pamela Travers.
She was, Kermode said, "sheer perfection in the complex role of 'Mrs Pl', never allowing the author to descend into crotchety caricature, constantly suggesting a »
- Vanessa Thorpe
Peter McDonald is an Irish actor and writer best known for Moone Boy, Sea of Souls and Rte's Your Bad Self. Born in Dublin in 1972, he began his acting as a student at University College Dublin. In addition to his TV roles, he has appeared in more than a dozen fims, including I Went Down, The Damned United and Felicia's Journey, while his theatre work includes a highly praised production of Glengarry Glen Ross at the Apollo in London. As well as Sky 1's Moone Boy, McDonald can currently be seen in the comedy film The Stag and at Wyndham's theatre in The Weir.
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- Ben Marshall
Feature Louisa Mellor 14 Feb 2014 - 07:00
From the Hund-Jager to the Mauvais Dentes, prepare to meet seven of the deadliest Wesen in the Grimm world…
Let’s face it, few are the Wesen you’d be happy to meet fully woged in a dark alley. These chaps though, are the worst of the lot. A tempest of teeth, fangs, claws and beaks, this scary bunch are the Wesen death squad.
Those “bad ones” Aunt Marie urged Nick to hunt down and stop? Here are the Wesen she was talking about…
"Nasty. Short-tempered. Prone to violent outbursts. Fiercely protective of their offspring."
If you thought a badger-based Wesen would be chums with the non-threatening beaver and mouse variety, you’ve been reading too much The Wind In The Willows (saying that, Kenneth Grahame’s Badger did live in the Wild Woods, making him kind of a badass). No, the Drang-Zorn can be a vicious breed, »
4 items from 2014
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