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Regé-Jean Page CBeebies debut revealed by the BBC

Mother’s Day (UK, March 14 — you did remember?!) and it’s the Regé-Jean Page CBeebies debut Regé-Jean will read Rain Before Rainbows by Smriti Halls and David Litchfield about a girl and her companion fox who travel together from a place of loss and despair, through uncertain times, towards the hope of colour, light and … >

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Venom trailer: Tom Hardy unleashes his inner antihero

The second trailer for Sony’s Venom movie has arrived on the web, and it has made a much better impression than the previous promo video. Tom Hardy stars in this Marvel Comics adaptation, playing a journalist named Eddie Brock who is bonded with an angry alien symbiote. The first Venom trailer didn’t actually show the symbiote, which seemed rather … >

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Tom Hardy overseeing major new project for the BBC

Tom Hardy has landed some more work with the BBC, as he’s teaming up with Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight to bring major adaptations of Charles Dickens’ work to the screen. First up will be a new take on A Christmas Carol, that’s going to be split over three hour-long episodes. Be interesting to see … >

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Confirmed: ‘Taboo’ is returning for a second season

BBC One and FX have announced the recommission of Tom Hardy’s Taboo. Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight’s major new eight-part drama series, produced by Ridley Scott and based on an original story by Tom Hardy and his father, premiered on BBC One in January and has become one of the most successful dramas ever on BBC iPlayer. Pre-order Taboo on … >

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‘Taboo’ Episode 7 review: A bold, intriguing, even delirious piece of TV

Hahahahahahaha. What. Is. Going. On?!? No, seriously (that laughter was just desperation), what’s going on? It’s the penultimate episode and I’ve still no idea where Taboo is heading, or why. In fact I’m at a strange nexus where I’ve no idea what will happen next but can barely remember what’s happened before. That’s not because … >

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