The film made less than £50 after being on release for a week
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Sunday 02 May 2010
Thursday 29 April 2010
The Oscar-nominated screenwriter Furio Scarpelli, who co-wrote some of the best post-war Italian comedies and the spaghetti western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, starring Clint Eastwood died yesterday.
Date Night, Shawn Levy, 88 mins, (15)<br/>The Joneses, Derrick Borte, 98 mins, (15)<br/>Extract, Mike Judge, 92 mins, (15)
Sunday 25 April 2010
Saturday 17 April 2010
Thursday 15 April 2010
The recent debut of Treme, the new HBO series from David Simon and many of the team who worked on The Wire, was, from a critical standpoint, the most eagerly anticipated television event in America of the year so far. But Treme, set in New Orleans in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, was given a sadder overtone when, just two weeks before the debut, the writer-producer David Mills suffered an aneurysm and died, aged 48, while supervising a shoot at the city's famed Cafe Du Monde.
Friday 09 April 2010
Coronation Street veteran Bill Tarmey, who plays Jack Duckworth, will be retiring after 30 years on the ITV soap, the actor said today.
Wednesday 07 April 2010
Corin Redgrave, the eminent stage and screen actor who was a member of Britain's most illustrious acting dynasty, has died aged 70, his family announced yesterday. As the uncle of the late actress, Natasha Richardson, who died last March after a skiing accident, this is the second tragedy to hit the Redgrave family in the just over 12 months.
Monday 05 April 2010
Saturday 20 March 2010
Friday 19 March 2010
Wednesday 17 March 2010
To celebrate the release of Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang, in cinemas on 26th March, we’ve teamed up with Universal to give one lucky winner a chance to win a pair tickets to the UK premiere on 24th March in London.
Friday 12 March 2010
I permitted myself a wry smile when news broke yesterday that Generation Y – those born in and after the late 80s – have an inflated sense of their own worth.
Saturday 06 March 2010
It's been an ill-tempered run-up to Oscar night, with back-biting and rule-breaking and recriminations galore. But even in these recession-hit times, the glitz will return the instant they roll out the red carpet.
Friday 05 March 2010
Sunday 28 February 2010
I liked Richard Keys' drum roll the best. "Coming up, the most eagerly awaited Fair Play handshake of all time." It captured the absurdity of the non-event superbly. Keys actually downplayed it; this was the most eagerly awaited handshake since Yitzhak Rabin reluctantly touched flesh with Yasser Arafat on the White House lawn.
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