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ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS THE MOVIE (2016): New Trailer From Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley & Jon Hamm

Absolutely Fabulous – The Movie finally has a trailer I can get excited about…

I didn’t realise how much I’d missed the antics of Edina Monsoon and Patsy Stone until now. 78 more words

Comedy

'Better Things' Casts Celia Imrie; 'Rectify' Adds Rebecca Tilney

Celia Imrie (The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) has been cast opposite Pamela Adlon on FX’s comedy series Better Things. From Louis C.K. 266 more words

News

Why Ade Edmundson’s casting in Star Wars Episode 8 isn’t as crazy as you think

(Picture: Lucasfilm/Getty Images/Metro)Yesterday the internet was dominated by the news that actor Ade Edmundson, famous for his anarchic roles in TV shows like The Young Ones and Bottom, has joined the cast of Star Wars Episode VIII. 26 more words

UK News

Why Ade Edmondson's casting in Star Wars Episode 8 isn't as crazy as you think

Yesterday the internet was dominated by the news that actor Ade Edmondson, famous for his anarchic roles in TV shows like The Young Ones and Bottom, has joined the cast of Star Wars Episode VIII. 729 more words

Film

BRIDGET JONES'S BABY (2016) (2016): New Trailer Starring Rene Zellweger, Colin Firth & Patrick Dempsey

The trailer for the brand new Bridget Jones movie, Bridget Jones’s Baby is here…

Teaser Trailer

Trailer 1

Rene Zellweger and some of the original cast return, including Colin Firth and Jim Broadbent. 50 more words

Comedy

The Road To Coronation Street – ITV 3 (2010) – A What I’ve Been Watching Review

Jessie Wallace, David Dawson, Jane Horrocks, Lynda Baron, Celia Imrie

I concluded my recent tribute  to writer Tony Warren who passed away in early March by hoping that this 2010 drama first shown on BBC4 would be repeated.  942 more words

What I've Been Watching

Archive Interview • STEWART PERMUTT • Unsuspecting Susan • 2003

An actor picking up a script by playwright and actor Stewart Permutt will not be disappointed. For those in the know, he is one of British theatre’s gems whose work combines psychological truth with great humour and empathy for his characters, no matter what their circumstances. 1,769 more words

Theatre