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Judi Dench and Jim Broadbent to Star in Eddie Izzard Thriller

Eddie Izzard is set to write the script for ‘Six Minutes to Midnight’. The period thriller is directed by Andy Goddard, who has sat the director’s chair on episodes of ‘Downton Abbey’ and ‘Doctor Who’. 138 more words

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Film News Roundup: Production Starts on Eddie Izzard-Judi Dench's 'Six Minutes to Midnight'

In today’s film news roundup, production starts on “Six Minutes to Midnight,” Artists for Change launches with “Lost Girls: Angie’s Story” and Sundance names five docs for its Edit and Story lab. 574 more words


Shoot Begins On Lionsgate Thriller 'Six Minutes To Midnight' With Eddie Izzard, Judi Dench, Carla Juri, Jim Broadbent

Production is underway in the UK on thriller Six Minutes To Midnight, starring Victoria & Abdul duo Eddie Izzard and Judi Dench.

Filming will take place over six weeks in locations across Wales, UK. 316 more words

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Eddie Izzard Unrepeatable Comedy Album @eddieizzard

Eddie Izzard’s Unrepeatable is where many a fan got on board with his comic brilliance.

Eddie has a wide reaching career including politics and marathons but lest we forget what he does best. 418 more words


New Trailer: The Flip Side

The Flip Side

Directed by Marion Pilowsky
Written by Marion Pilowsky, Lee Sellars
Starring Eddie Izzard, Emily Taheny, Luke McKenzie, Vanessa Guide

Mired in debt, Ronnie (Emily Taheny) is a struggling Adelaide restaurateur looking after her elderly mother and living with good-hearted boyfriend Jeff (Luke McKenzie). 112 more words


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Hubby gave me Dawn French’s Me You A Diary for Christmas. I picked it up this morning and it sparked an idea for today’s musings.  440 more words

From Incel to In-a-Cell

I’m having trouble starting this essay. I’ve got two seemingly divergent ideas and I’m trying to crunch them together. The most immediate topic is the vast abyss between lucky folks and unlucky folks, wild extravagance as opposed to sheer desperation. 869 more words