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Celebrities at the ITV studios

Philip Glenister - Philip Glenister outside itv studios - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 30th April 2015

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Philip Glenister Favorite to Replace Jeremy Clarkson on 'Top Gear'


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Philip Glenister, the actor known for his role in Life on Mars, is the new favourite to replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear. Glenister has been backed in from 10-1 to just 2-1 to join Richard Hammond and James May on the motoring show.

Philip GlenisterPhilip Glenister could replace Jeremy Clarkson as host of Top Gear

Best known for playing DCI Gene Hunt, Glenister - a motoring enthusiast - is reportedly being considered by BBC to replace Clarkson.

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'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' - Arrivals

Philip Glenister - Gala performance of 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 22nd July 2014

The Nutcracker - Departues

John Simm and Philip Glenister - The Nutcracker held at the London Coliseum - Departues - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 12th December 2013

Kate Magowan and John Simm
John Simm and Philip Glenister
John Simm and Philip Glenister

Filming on the set of 'From There To Here'

Philip Glenister and Liz White - Filming on the set of BBC's three-part drama 'From There To Here' which looks at the devastating aftermath of the IRA bombing on Manchester in 1996 - Manchester, United Kingdom - Friday 4th October 2013

Philip Glenister and Steven Mackintosh
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Philip Glenister and Steven Mackintosh
Philip Glenister, Liz White, Bernard Hill and Steven Mackintosh
Philip Glenister and Liz White

Bel Ami Review


OK
Guy de Maupassant's 1885 novel was first adapted for the cinema in 1919, and yet the story has some intriguing parallels with European society today. On the other hand, this adaptation never finds its tone, and it doesn't give us a single character to care about.

In 1890 Paris, penniless charmer Georges (Pattinson) has a chance encounter with former comrade Charles (Glenister), who offers him a job as a journalist.

Unable to string a sentence together, Charles' wife Madeleine (Thurman) offers to help, but refuses his relentless flirting. Instead he starts a torrid affair with married family friend Clotilde (Ricci). But a taste of the high life goes to his head, and when Charles dies, he makes a move for Madeleine. Or maybe he can get more out of Virginie (Scott Thomas), wife of the newspaper boss (Meaney).

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Bel Ami Trailer


Georges Duroy is a French non-commissioned officer (NCO) who has just spent three months serving in Algeria, in North Africa. He arrives back in Paris and begins working as a clerk for the next six months, soon becoming penniless. One night, Georges goes to a pub after work and runs into former comrade, Charles Forestier, who is now working as a journalist. After catching up, Forestier offers Georges a job at the publication where he works, which he accepts.

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You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger Trailer


After years of marriage, Alfie and Helena are getting divorced, this is mainly due to Alfie's midlife crisis and lust for a much younger woman called Charmaine. Whilst Helena seeks guidance from a fortune teller her daughter is also facing troubles of her own. Sally works in an art gallery work whilst her husband stays at home hoping to write a novel that repeats the success of his first.

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Calendar Girls Review


Weak

Inspired by a group of middle-aged women in Yorkshire, England, who rocked the boat in their local knitting-and-baking club and made worldwide headlines by posing nude for a charity calendar, "Calendar Girls" is a quaintly cheeky comedy very much in the vein of "The Full Monty."

Blessed with sparkling performances from the fabulous Helen Mirren and Julie Walters ("Billy Elliott") as the feisty ringleaders who are bored with their group making a pittance each year by putting out boring 12-monthers with pictures of churches or flower arrangements, the movie is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser with a harmlessly fun sense of humor. But it's beguiling only throughout the planning and the posing -- and all the public discombobulation and personal-inhibition busting that results. Once the calendar is released, the picture runs out of steam and tries to keep afloat for a long third act by inventing false drama.

The catalyst for the calendar is the desire to buy a comfortable new couch for the waiting room of a hospital where many of the women spent long hours while one of their husbands was dying of cancer. Realizing they couldn't possible raise enough with their usual endeavors, Mirren's character hits upon the novelty notion of posing nude when she see a cheesecake calendar on the wall of a mechanic's garage.

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