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'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Part 3 - Gwen Stefani Wins Over Returning Artist Anita Antoinette

29 September 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton battled it out in another round of Blind Auditions on The Voice, picking up standouts Kelli Douglas and returning artist Anita Antoinette.

Blind Auditions Part 3

John MartinSweet Pea” The cute son of a pastor who dropped out of college when his dad lost his job, and plays both the piano and the guitar. He kicked off his performance with a sweet whistle, before launching into the song. Blake was the first to turn around, and for a while it looked like he would get John on his team by default, but then Gwen turned around, soon followed by Pharrell. John told the coaches he saw himself writing “cheesy love songs,” prompting Gwen to wave her hands in the air and say, “That’s me!” In the end, Blake’s early turn won John over. John Martin: Team Blake.

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The Voice Recap: Ear Factor [Updated]

29 September 2014 7:20 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

You know when your restaurant table has a wobbly leg and the waiter promises to fix it, but no amount of wadded-up napkins or coasters or old baguette can seem to even things out? That’s kind of how I felt about most of the performances from Night 3 of The Voice‘s Season 7 Blind Auditions.

Something was amiss — and not just with the ears of our four coaches, who turned their chairs with the brazen indiscriminateness of Golden Retrievers snatching dropped foodstuffs from a toddler’s high chair.

Related Dancing With the Stars Week 3 Results: Did The Right Couple Go Home? »

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Celluloid teams with Homesman producer

15 May 2014 11:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Two of Us producer Michael Fitzgerald’s productions to be sold by Celluloid Dreams.

Celluloid Dreams is teaming with Us The Homesman producer Michael Fitzgerald to sell two of his productions.

They comprise Australian director Bruce Beresford’s upcoming romantic comedy Cooking with Fernet Branca and Nae Caranfil’s English-language bank robbery comedy Closer To The Moon [pictured] starring Vera Faminga and Harry Lloyd. Celluloid is market premiering the latter.

Based on the novel by James Hamilton-Paterson, Cooking with Fernat Branca revolves around Gerald and Marta, two holidaymakers renting adjacent villas in a small hillside town in Tuscany and plays on how misperceptions men and women have of one another. 

“It’s generating a lot of interest from buyers,” said Celluloid’s founding chief Hengameh Panahi.

Through her Celluloid Nightmares genre label, Panahi is also selling Zak Hilditch’s critically acclaimed apocalyptic These Final Hours which is screening in Directors’ Fortnight.

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Celluloid teams with Homesman prodcuer

15 May 2014 11:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Two of Us producer Michael Fitzgerald’s productions to be sold by Celluloid Dreams.

Celluloid Dreams is teaming with Us The Homesman producer Michael Fitzgerald to sell two of his productions.

They comprise Australian director Bruce Beresford’s upcoming romantic comedy Cooking with Fernet Branca and Nae Caranfil’s English-language bank robbery comedy Closer To The Moon [pictured] starring Vera Faminga and Harry Lloyd. Celluloid is market premiering the latter.

Based on the novel by James Hamilton-Paterson, Cooking with Fernat Branca revolves around Gerald and Marta, two holidaymakers renting adjacent villas in a small hillside town in Tuscany and plays on how misperceptions men and women have of one another. 

“It’s generating a lot of interest from buyers,” said Celluloid’s founding chief Hengameh Panahi.

Through her Celluloid Nightmares genre label, Panahi is also selling Zak Hilditch’s critically acclaimed apocalyptic These Final Hours which is screening in Directors’ Fortnight.

Upcoming productions »

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Vernon Kay on joining Tess Daly on Strictly: 'What idiot would say no?'

25 April 2014 2:58 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Vernon Kay has said that he would be an "idiot" to turn down the Strictly Come Dancing job.

The TV presenter spoke of the chances of co-hosting the BBC competition alongside wife Tess Daly, following Sir Bruce Forsyth's retirement.

"That question always makes me laugh," Kay told The Mirror. "When someone says to you, 'Would you like to co-host the most successful show on British television at the moment?', who is going to say no?

"What idiot is going to turn around and say, 'You know what, I do not want to host a Saturday night BBC primetime show that averages 11.5 million viewers a week'."

Kay and Daly previously hosted BBC One's celebrity talent show Just the Two of Us in 2006 and 2007.

"It would be great to work with Tess again," he continued. "It's such a good laugh - the relationship on screen is exactly the same as it is at home. »

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