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The veteran actor may be jumping out of his deckchair to kill zombies in his new film – but don't, whatever you do, call him cool
Hello Richard! I like your new film (1).
Ooh yes, it's very good, isn't it? (2)
It's better than I thought it'd be.
That's exactly what I thought! I thought I wasn't going to like it at all, but I went with the grandchildren and we had a really good time.
What attracted you to Cockneys Vs Zombies?
Well, I don't often get the chance to play someone of my age. I'll be 80 in January, so I was playing this silly old fool in an old people's home. I was having a very nice time because the sun came out, and I was in a deckchair doing bugger all. And then people started shouting "There's a zombie! The zombie's after you!" It was lovely for me because zombies are very very slow, »
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When Rita Rudner makes a home movie, she doesn't mess around.
The endearing stand-up comic and sometime actress stars in "Thanks," a wry ensemble comedy making its national debut Thursday, March 29, on Showtime, in tandem with her latest comedy special, "Rita Rudner and 3 Potential Ex-Husbands."
In the film, Rudner plays Bunny, a good-hearted woman who has recently married into a dysfunctional clan headed by a crusty widower (sitcom veteran Paul Dooley). The film plays out as the older couple, his three adult children and their mates gather for three successive Thanksgivings while the country slides into a messy economic meltdown.
Rudner is also an executive producer on the film, which was written and directed by her husband, Martin Bergman, who cast the rest of the film with largely unknown members of a Southern California improvisational comedy troupe he and Rudner had worked with previously.
Describing "Thanks" as small and intimate »
3 items from 2012
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