Spaced​ revisited: looking back at a cult classic

It may have been released nearly two decades ago now, but Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson’s sitcom Spaced remains as hilarious and comforting as it ever was. The show is one of the great modern sitcoms and was the launching pad not only for Pegg, Stevenson and the rest of the cast, but also for … >

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Simon Pegg on moving from film back to television – and why

Simon Pegg was most recently seen on the big screen in Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, in which he took a small but notable role. However, in terms of upcoming projects, he’s veering back towards television. In particularly, he’s teamed up again with Nick Frost (who was seen in a summer blockbuster this year too: … >

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Star Trek 4: Simon Pegg doubts Quentin Tarantino will direct

Simon Pegg, who co-wrote Star Trek Beyond and stars as Scotty in the current big screen Trek franchise, has commented again on the Quentin Tarantino Star Trek project that is currently being developed by Paramount. Previously, Pegg revealed that, although a Trek idea that originated with Tarantino is being considered by Paramount, he doesn’t expect … >

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8 ‘Spaced’ actors who’ve appeared in ‘Doctor Who’

Can you believe it’s nearly 18 years since Tim, Daisy and co appeared on our screens in the first season of Channel 4’s cult comedy Spaced? Take a look at our Top 5 Spaced episodes here. Fans of Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who era will remember Nick Frost’s role in 2014’s Christmas special, but here are seven … >

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Top 5 episodes of ‘Spaced’

‘The Phantom Menace was eighteen months ago, Tim.’ How time flies… Premiering on Channel 4 in 1999, Spaced brought nerdery into the light and sparked its own army of decade-spanning hardcore fans. Amongst them Quentin Tarantino. Ooh. Get them. Nearly eighteen years since the Spaced title graphic first whooshed onto our screens, here are CultBox’s … >

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4 of the most underrated episodes of ‘Doctor Who’

Not every episode of Doctor Who can be a universally-adored ‘Blink’ or ‘The Doctor’s Wife’. We’ve picked out four episodes that don’t get the recognition they perhaps deserve…   4. ‘The Beast Below’ A story of images and ideas, Matt Smith’s second story doesn’t quite coalesce as an adventure. It’s hard to grasp quite how this society … >

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