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Death and Nightingales: BBC unveil first look at new drama

Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan is set to reunite with The Fall creator Allan Cubitt and the BBC for a new three-part series based on Eugene McCabe’s classic novel, Death and Nightingales. Dornan will appear alongside The Americans‘s Matthew Rhys and Red Rock‘s Ann Skelly in the Irish-set series set over a 24 hour period. Allan Cubitt will...

Lady and the Tramp: Tessa Thompson cast in live-action remake

Tessa Thompson, Thor: Ragnarok scene-stealer and future Men in Black star, has signed on the dotted line to star as Lady in Disney’s live-action retooling of Lady and the Tramp. Thompson, who found fame in Justin Simien’s Dear White People, will take the lead opposite Justin Theroux who will play Tramp. The film has also cast Ashley Jensen as a Scottish...

Bodyguard: Jed Mercurio backs Richard Madden as Bond

Jed Mercurio, the scribe behind the BBC’s highly-anticipated new series, Bodyguard, has thrown his support behind star Richard Madden as the next James Bond. The media has been in overdrive this past week with speculation over who could possibly succeed Daniel Craig. Idris Elba has been the favourite most recently, with the actor himself even teasing...

Doctor Who series 11 will premiere “by October”

Aw, brilliant. The BBC has confirmed that Doctor Who series 11 will debut on our screens “by October”, with the Radio Times revealing as much in its latest issue. It’s not long, then, until we’ll get to see Jodie Whittaker in her first full episode at the helm.

Thor’s roommate Darryl survived Avengers: Infinity War, new video reveals

A funny new video has revealed that Thor’s roommate Darryl survived the ‘snap’ at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. Daley Pearson first played this role in the hilarious ‘Team Thor‘ short film, which offered a comedic spin on the God Of Thunder’s absence from Captain America: Civil War. Darryl was last seen in the Thor: Ragnarok DVD extras, where he took...

The Inbetweeners co-creator plots Agatha Christie spoof film

Iain Morris, who co-created The Inbetweeners and wrote/directed The Festival, has revealed an intriguing new project: he has written an Agatha Christie spoof movie with American actor/comedian Brett Gelman, who you’d recognise from Netflix’s Love and Like Father.