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Shout! Factory acquired Cockneys vs. Zombies late last year and we now know when you’ll be able to start seeing it in the Us. We’ve been told that the movie will see a nationwide theatrical release on August 2nd. It’s likely to be limited to major markets, and we’ll be sure to let readers know more specifics when they become available.
From the previous acquisition announcement, we know that plan is also to release the movie to VOD and on DVD and/or Blu-ray at a later date.
“Written by James Moran (Torchwood, Severance) and directed by Matthias Hoene, Cockneys Vs. Zombies boasts an impressive British cast of Michelle Ryan (Bionic Woman, EastEnders), Honor Blackman (Goldfinger, Doctor Who), Alan Ford (Snatch, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), Harry Treadaway (Fish Tank, Control), Rasmus Hardiker (Lead Balloon, Saxondale), Georgia King (The New Normal, The Duchess), Jack Doolan »
- Jonathan James
Tube Talk Gold has looked back at many classic sitcoms, but there aren't many shows that can truly hold the mantle of 'Gold', and this month's edition focuses on a truly British institution, featuring some of the UK's most favourite characters, catchphrases and moments for over 20 years.
After a near-miss Us remake starring John 'Luigi from Super Mario Bros' Leguizamo, the legacy of Only Fools and Horses can carry on untarnished.
Only Fools and Horses - Originally broadcast from September 8, 1981 to February 3, 1991 and Christmas specials from 1991 to 2003.
John Sullivan had already created the successful sitcom Citizen Smith for the BBC when he was commissioned to write a new series. Influenced by the popularity of ITV's Minder, he came up with an idea of a cockney market trader in modern-day London. Using a strange old American saying for its title, he wrote a series that would go on to become possibly the UK's best-loved comedy. »
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