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Tamzin Outhwaite webchat – as it happened

The former EastEnders star is back in the West End, and she came in to talk about reincarnating as a guitar, Hp sauce, training with the army and lots more

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Well, that was fun. Thank you all so much for your questions. If you like to laugh, come to see How The Other Half Loves at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket - we're on until June 25. The episode of Inside No 9, series three, will be on this autumn on BBC2.

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Antiquarian asks:

There used to be a publicity shot of you in Red Cap on the “media appearances” board in HQ Training Estates South East, where you filmed. They said it was the most stolen image, more so than 007. Any other unusual accolades like that?

I used to be seeded number three in trampolining in Redbridge. And in all-girls doubles, tennis, me and my partner were seeded number two.
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From Simon Cowell to Natalia Kills, are these TV's 7 cruelest talent show judges?

Footage of Natalia Kills and Willy Moon shocked TV viewers this week - and not just because we discovered where former All Saints star Melanie Blatt is now.

No, Kills and Moon were both fired as judges on X Factor New Zealand after launching a vicious tirade at a wannabe singer, labelling his performance "disgusting" and "absolutely artistically atrocious".

They're not the first ones to completely insult the contestants standing in front of them. It's just that this lot - somehow - got away with it…

1. Gordon Heuckeroth on Holland's Got Talent

In one of the most shocking things we've ever seen on television, Holland's Got Talent judge Gordon Heuckeroth spouted some horrific racial drivel to contestant Xiao Wang during the 2013 edition of the programme.

"Which number are you singing?," he said, moments before Xiao began his performance. "No 39 with rice?"

Even Gordon's fellow judges challenged him on the comment
See full article at Digital Spy - TV news »

9 soundtracks that outshone their movies: Tron Legacy, Twilight and more

9 soundtracks that outshone their movies: Tron Legacy, Twilight and more
These days no movie can get away without a tie-in soundtrack. The latest is Fifty Shades of Grey, which brings together everyone from Beyoncé, Sia and Ellie Goulding.

However, there's always a danger that the album can outshine the movie it originates from. Digital Spy highlights 9 instances where this is the case.

1. Tron: Legacy (2010)

Disney's belated sequel to its cult '80s hit Tron unfortunately forgot to bother with anything approaching a coherent story or believable characters - but what a display of visuals and sound. Daft Punk took care of the latter, crafting a score that fizzed with electronic pulses ripped straight from The Grid.

2. The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)

Despite being so critically derided, the Twilight movies were consistently able to churn out impressive soundtracks. The best of them was 2009's New Moon, which collected new songs from Thom Yorke, Death Cab for Cutie, Lykke Li, The Killers,
See full article at Digital Spy - Movie News »

What to Watch: The TVLine-Up for This Weekend

What to Watch: The TVLine-Up for This Weekend
On TV this weekend: A “mini” version of Titanic sets sail, SOAPnet hosts a Veronica Mars-athon, HBO goes Girls crazy and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are several programs to keep on your radar.

Saturday, April 14

8 pm Titanic (ABC) | This two-night miniseries, penned by Downton Abbey‘s Julian Fellowes, kicks off with three hours that track similar events from different characters’ points of view, each culminating in a cliff-hanger as the ship begins to founder. The final hour (airing Sunday at 9 aka the 100th anniversary of Titanic’s sinking) weaves all the storylines together as tragedy strikes.
See full article at TVLine.com »

Jessica Biel Stops by Justin Timberlake's NYC Set With a Smile

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Jessica Biel Stops by Justin Timberlake's NYC Set With a Smile
Jessica Biel threw on an All Saints jacket to visit the NYC set of Inside Llewyn Davis yesterday. Her fiancé, Justin Timberlake, started filming the Coen brothers movie alongside Carey Mulligan on Wednesday, and he was back on location in a puffy jacket this morning. Jessica stopped by his trailer between scenes, though she wasn't sporting her engagement ring. She apparently showed off the rock at an SNL party over the weekend but has yet to debut the sparkler publicly. Despite remaining quiet on the news, Jessica and Justin are wedding planning with reports that she'll wear Monique Lhuillier and they'll hold the event at a private estate this Summer. View Slideshow ›
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News Shorts: November 13th 2011

Concept art of what Bradley Cooper would've looked like in The Crow reboot, the first photo of Jeremy Irvine as Pip in Great Expectations, the Batwing on an NYC skyscraper rooftop on the set of The Dark Knight Rises, and the first photo from the new "Toy Story" short Small Fry.

Posters for Underworld: Awakening, Carnage, Goon, The Flowers of War, Coriolanus, Beauty and the Beast 3D, Think Like a Man, Red Tails, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Texas Killing Fields, Contraband, and four character posters for Snow White and the Huntsman.

"Activision has announced that "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" has set the record for the biggest entertainment launch of all time in any medium with 6.5 million copies sold and more than $400 million in revenue garnered from North America and the United Kingdom alone in the first 24 hours of release…" (The Guardian)

"Lionsgate has announced that the trailer for
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on 'Chuck,' 'Glee,' 'True Blood,' 'Grey's,' 'Lost,' and more!

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on 'Chuck,' 'Glee,' 'True Blood,' 'Grey's,' 'Lost,' and more!
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? You can send any/all of the above to ausielloscoop@ew.com Question: Hello fellow Smurf lover! Any new scoop on the upcoming season of True Blood? —Candy Ausiello: I'm 90 percent certain this is new: Mariana Klaveno is returning as Bill's maker, Lorena, for roughly six episodes. Question: Do you know if True Blood's third season will feature Bubba? He's not exactly a major character in the books, but I still love him. —Kristal Ausiello: Unfortunately, Alan Ball says he couldn't figure
See full article at EW.com - Inside TV »

Top 10 Movies We Are Thankful for In 2009

Happy Thanksgiving to all! This year we thought we would take sometime to look at ten of the films we are most thankful for. They might not be the best movies of the year, as this is not the point of the list, but rather the ones that we really enjoyed and are thankful for being made, thankful for their lessons, thankful for their addition to a series and whatever other reasons we can give for being thankful for these movies. Some of these movies you may have not seen and there is some movies in 2009 we have yet to see that we know we will be thankful, one in particular, Avatar. We hope that you all have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!

#1 – Up

Personifying a wonderful adventure mixed with a tale about life and love, Disney/Pixar’s magic of storytelling continues bringing us the most unlikely hero combination,
See full article at FusedFilm »

X Factor Interview: Kandy Rain

I’ve interviewed a fair few X Factor contestants over the years. It’s always on the Monday after their elimination and they’re always quite bullish about their post-x Factor singing careers.

Kandy Rain, who were formed well in advance of this year’s X Factor, are in frighteningly good form. All four of the girls are bellowing down the line at me excitedly. These girls are a force of nature – laughing and talking over the top of each other. And they’ve got that weird synergy that when one girl stops talking, another will pick up from where they left off and continue. And spookily, all four frequently say exactly the same thing at the same time.

And that’s where we pick up our interview, with the Kandy Rain girls excitedly screaming hello down the phone lines…

Hello!!! We were sorry to hear that you girls got
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'Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day' Red Band Trailer

We talked to Clifton Collins, Jr. recently (an interview you can listen to here) about his many 2009 projects, among them Star Trek and this week's Extract. I suspect, though, that a lot of people are most interested in Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, the sequel to...well, you know. How weird is it, by the way, that the first Boodock Saints was a Saturday night movie on my local CBS affiliate following the pre-season football game?

It's been over a decade since Troy Duffy made the first film, elevating him to a kind of mini-Tarantino status, almost all of which is based on DVD sales; the movie didn't do any business theatrically. But home video is a huge component now, so for literally ten years, there has been a lot of insistence on a sequel.

According to Anne Thompson at IndieWire's Thompson on Hollywood, Duffy's new film will open on October 30th,
See full article at Get The Big Picture »

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