Christopher Ecclestone - Tom Hardy shoots scenes for his latest film, 'Legend,' in Hackney. Tom joked around inbetween takes with fellow actors, and enjoyed some play fighting - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 19th July 2014
‘The Leftovers’ premiered last night on HBO.
The Leftovers has premiered on HBO, giving viewers their first look at Damon Lindelof's disturbing new show and adaptation of by Tom Perrotta's 2011 novel. If you are a complete newcomer to the concept of the series - no, it's not a sitcom about the perils of dating in later life, it's a dark and mysterious drama about the aftermath and enduring confusion following a rapture-like occurrence.
Justin Theroux Takes Centre-Stage In 'The Leftovers,' A Dark, New Drama About Life After An Apocalypse.
The latest post-apocalyptic drama from the Lost writer focusses on a core cast lead by Justin Theroux as police chief Kevin Garvey and his wife, Laurie Garvey, who is played by Amy Brenneman. Lindelof's reputation may be overshadowed by his poorly-received Lost ending but it seems like The Leftovers may just be worth riding out.
Continue reading: ‘The Leftovers’ Premieres: Stick It Out, This Dark Drama Is Worth It
More glittering 'Awesome Points' for the English actor, AKA the nicest villain in Hollywood.
Tom Hiddleston, the actor famous for playing Thor villain Loki, has earned himself a bunch of new and much younger fans in the promotional run up to the upcoming release of action movie, Thor: The Dark World.
Tom Hiddleston's Loki Comedy Central Slot Will Be Aired On Tuesday Night.
Appearing on Comedy Central tomorrow night, Hiddleston as Loki will address a new array of loyal earthling subjects...in a kindergarten class. Bedecked in his Loki gear, including a wig, robe and white face paint, Loki can be seen sitting on a brightly colored beanbag whilst his four new 'minions' sit around him.
Continue reading: Thor 2: Tom Hiddleston Takes Loki To Meet The Kids For Comedy Central
Steven Moffat lets the new Who loose on the shops: what'll replace Matt Smith's bow tie as the new look?
As soon as the news that Peter Capaldi would play the new Doctor Who was announced, fans immediately began to try to envisage what the new Doctor would sound like, act like, and most importantly, wear.
This Would Be The Perfect, Distinctive Look.
Clothes are a key distinguishing feature for any timelord, whether it's Matt Smith's bow tie, David Tennant's Converse trainers, Christopher Ecclestone's leather jacket, Peter Davison's cricket jumper, or Tom Baker's multi-coloured scarf. Every Doctor must have his own quirky detail that sets him apart from the rest.
Continue reading: New Doctor Who Peter Capaldi Goes Shopping For His Own Timelord Wardrobe
Steven Moffat discusses accents, flirting, the new costume and how the change of Who will affect Clara.
Actor Peter Capaldi will become the first identifiably Scottish Timelord when he takes over from current Doc Matt Smith during the eagerly awaited Christmas regeneration episode of Doctor Who. Smith's recently announced successor will be retaining the distinctive Glaswegian tones that helped give his foul mouthed The Thick of It character Malcolm Tucker his distinctive voice.
Does This Mean Peter's Amazing 'Tache Will Stay Too?
During a recent Q&A event in Edinburgh with DW showrunner and writer, Steven Moffat, the issue of the new Doctor's identity were addressed, with Moffat responding to the question of accent. "I'd be very surprised if he didn't," he replied when asked if Capaldi would keep his Scottish tones, reports Blogtor Who.
Continue reading: Peter Capaldi Will Stay Scottish As "Trickier & Fiercer" Doctor Who
Continue reading: Say Hello To Doctor Who's New Sidekick: Clara Oswin
Doctor Who 's come back in 2005 after 16 years away from TV screens was a more successful return than its network the Bbc could ever have imagine, with first Christopher Ecclestone, then David Tennant and currently Matt Smith taking the sci-fi drama series into millions of homes over its six years of episodes. It's no surprise then to hear that plans to make a movie of the Doctor are afoot.
Continue reading: Doctor Who Making Transition To The Silver Screen
Julie Walters has been nominated for an International Emmy for her performance as late Northern Ireland Secretary of State Mo Mowlam in 'Mo'.
Julie Walters has been nominated for an International Emmy for Best Actress.
The British star's performance of Northern Ireland Secretary of State Mo Mowlam - who died aged 55 from a brain tumour in 2005 - in 'Mo' will go up against Adriana Esteves in 'Songs of Betrayal', Noomi Rapace in 'Millennium' and Athena Chu Yan in 'A Wall-less World'.
'Mo' detailed the later years of the politician as she struggled to deal with her own medical issues and fight for peace in Northern Ireland, and has also been nominated in the best TV Movie/Mini-Series category.
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John Barrowman wants to return to 'Doctor Who' as his character Captain Jack Harkness for the 50th anniversary of the BBC One sci-fi show in 2013.
The actor wants his character Captain Jack Harkness - who he also plays in spin-off series 'Torchwood: Miracle Day'- to return to the BBC One sci-fi programme when it celebrates its landmark year in November 2013.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "It's the 50th anniversary coming up of 'Doctor Who' and Jack is an integral part to this story and, if I'm going to be a little self-absorbed, I would hope he would be involved, it would be a shame if he wasn't."
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Welsh actor Rhys Ifans has signed up for a role in 'The Beautiful Fantastic' alongside Rupert Friend and Bill Nighy.
Rhys Ifans has signed up for 'This Beautiful Fantastic'.
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The new TV series of sci-fi classic Doctor Who has enraged fans, who are reportedly plaguing the production staff with violent death threats.
BBC bosses decided to revamp the cult show by casting SHALLOW GRAVE star Christopher Ecclestone as the Doctor with pop beauty Billie Piper as his sidekick, and by changing the show's logo and the size of the Tardis - the iconic time-travelling machine.
But fans are furious about the changes so have allegedly inundated the makers with hate mail and threatening email messages.
Continue reading: Dr Who Staff Inundated With Death Threats