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Our line-up of news & opinion topics for today include Dave Chappelle (Netflix), Doctor Who (BBC), The Mandalorian (Disney Plus), Batman: Wayne Family Adventures (Ismahawk), The Wheel of Time (Amazon), WWE NXT (WWE), The Blade Artist (Buccaneer Media), and DC's Legends of Tomorrow (The CW). Image Credits: Dave Chappelle (Netflix), Doctor Who (BBC), The Mandalorian (Disney[...]
The Knife Artist: Robert Carlyle Stars in Trainspotting TV Sequel
Begbie returns! Robert Carlyle is playing the notorious Francis Begbie again in a TV series adaptation of Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting sequel novel The Blade Artist Begbie is the role that put Carlyle on the map back in 1996 when Danny Boyle's movie of the hit novel came out, a raging, terrifying psychopath who would viciously beat up[...]
Trainspotting, La La Land, Regal Cinemas Discounts on Indie Films
The films (two of them by Wes Anderson, Damien Chazelle, and Danny Boyle) featured include Trainspotting, No Country for Old Men, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Slumdog Millionaire, La La Land, Call Me By Your Name, Whiplash, Still Alice, Pain and Glory, and Moonrise Kingdom Here are the synopses for each film with year and rating[...]
Bill Reviews 'T2 Trainspotting': A Solid Successor To A Classic
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Sequels are usually a dodgy prospect in the best of circumstances; with T2 Trainspotting coming along more than two decades after 1996 original which had become an immediate cultural touchstone of the time, only puts it that much more of a disadvantage In this case we have something remarkable, not only one of the best[...]
Ewan McGregor Is Spotting Trains Again
That doesn't seem very likely at the moment, but a character he has returned to is Renton in the long awaited sequel to Trainspotting The film returns the bulk of the cast twenty years later Joining McGregor are Johnny Lee Miller, Kelly Macdonald, Robert Carlyle, Shirley Henderson, and Ewan Bremner Danny Boyle also returns to[...]
Danny Boyle Turns Down Knighthood And James Bond
You may be used to Sir Patrick Stewart, Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Ben Kingsley, but you won't be getting Sir Danny Boyle. The Sunday Times reports that Trainspotting director Danny Boyle was approached by Royal officials for the New Year's Honour List, after the all-bit-unanimously positive reaction to his Olympic Opening Ceremony in London this[...]