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Downton Abbey film set

Sue Johnston - David Robb and Sue Johnston film a scene for the final series of Downton Abbey in Bampton - Bampton, United Kingdom - Thursday 11th June 2015

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Memorial Service to celebrate the life of Anne Kirkbride

Sue Johnston - Memorial Service to celebrate the life of Anne Kirkbride at Manchester Cathedral - Manchester, United Kingdom - Saturday 30th May 2015

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Celebrities at the ITV studios

Sue Johnston - Sue Johnston outside the ITV Studios - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 29th October 2014

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Sue Johnston to Join 'Downton Abbey' - But Who Will She Play?


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Royle Family actress Sue Johnston is joining the cast of ITV's Downton Abbey, in a guest role. Johnston will play Denker, a lady's maid to Dame Maggie Smith's character, the Dowager Countess of Grantham.

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Johnston, best known for playing Barbara on The Royle Family, joins fellow guest stars Richard E Grant and Anne Chancellor - both of whom will play guests of the Granthams at Downton.  

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Sue Johnston 70th Birthday party

Craig Cash - Celebrities arrive at Annies Restaurant and Bar in Manchester for Sue Johnstons 70th Birthday Party - Manchester, United Kingdom - Saturday 7th December 2013

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Strictly Come Dancing Blackpool

Sue Johnston - Strictly Coming Dancing Blackpool - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 17th November 2013

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Imagine Me & You Review


Terrible
A massive cinematic industry has been cultivated on the idea that people aren't exactly in control of whom they fall in love with. But movie charades of predetermination often squelch the lure of this subject matter. Such is the fate of Imagine Me & You, a sit-comish Brit romance that waffles between Four Weddings and a Funeral's fuzzy cuteness and Notting Hill's middling novelty. The clever thing here is the homosexual relationship... you'd think. But, nowadays, even the gay angle has become a titillating surrogate for originality.

The mediocrity begins with florist Luce (Lena Headey) meeting Rachel (Piper Perabo) at her wedding to lifelong friend-become-lover Heck (Mathew Goode channeling Hugh Grant). They become smitten girlfriends since Rachel remains sexually confused. And, though Luce tells Heck she's gay -- and he tells womanizer buddy "Coop" (Darren Boyd) -- Heck remains blind to her and his wife's mutual attraction.

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Imagine Me & You Review


Terrible
A massive cinematic industry has been cultivated on the idea that people aren't exactly in control of whom they fall in love with. But movie charades of predetermination often squelch the lure of this subject matter. Such is the fate of Imagine Me & You, a sit-comish Brit romance that waffles between Four Weddings and a Funeral's fuzzy cuteness and Notting Hill's middling novelty. The clever thing here is the homosexual relationship... you'd think. But, nowadays, even the gay angle has become a titillating surrogate for originality.

The mediocrity begins with florist Luce (Lena Headey) meeting Rachel (Piper Perabo) at her wedding to lifelong friend-become-lover Heck (Mathew Goode channeling Hugh Grant). They become smitten girlfriends since Rachel remains sexually confused. And, though Luce tells Heck she's gay -- and he tells womanizer buddy "Coop" (Darren Boyd) -- Heck remains blind to her and his wife's mutual attraction.

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Preaching to the Perverted Review


Weak
When you wrap your DVD in a faux vinyl S&M mask, you're making a statement. In the case of Preaching to the Perverted, that statement is, "Bondage is fun!"

This silly little comedy out of the UK offers a simple premise sent against a presumably scandalous backdrop: the world of fetish/S&M clubs. It's all fun and games until Johnny Law comes sniffing around, trying to figure out who's behind the clubs (which meet in secret) and how to prosecute them for, er, something. The government's priggishness seems to revolve around problems with shock treatment being practiced on the slave types. Solution: Hire a young "computer whiz" (in this film, that means a guy who knows how to use a chat room) to "infiltrate" the bondage world and gather evidence against them.

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