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  1. 4 points
    @natedammit Is there something you’re not telling us, you’ve got your own tv show on the kids channel!?
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    Rosa Salazar Jennifer Connelly James Cameron
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    To name a few Shawnee Smith Sean Patrick Flannery Jennifer Carpenter Bill Duke Ted Raimi Henry Thomas Robin Tunney John Cusack Annabeth Gish
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    Big Showmasters Events guest announcements coming your way on Friday 8th February at 7pm. Make sure you are online to see who they are and where they will be appearing. I'm sure hoping for some more Bond guests for LFCC Spring!
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    One of the unanswered questions of life
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    I think that’s his show as well
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    Here’s hoping for Timothy Dalton
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    Also what is We Bare Bears? Sound like an entirely different type of channel for Nate.
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    Nate is.....what though?
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    they did say in another post that they did still have some guests to announce for Spring
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    Just booked my ticket for Captain Marvel - YAY
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    The Girl In The Fireplace- Steven Moffat does it again. This is another exceptionally written story with character drama as the central focus, and it works wonderfully. David Tennant is incredible in this story, and Sophia Myles does a great job as Reinette. Their relationship is at the centre of the story, making it one of the most effectively emotional stories of modern Who. Personally I'm not a fan of The Doctor having an on-screen romance with anyone, bu it is done in such a clever way here that I just can't help but like how it was executed. The acting is great all around. Billie Piper and Noel Clarke are excellent and the supporting cast is very good. The story falters ever so slightly when it cuts away from that to the monster of the week, being the clockwork robots. Series 2 seems to really struggle in the monster department, and this is no exception. Unlike many episodes this Series, this one is very funny. There are many golden moments and the dialogue is very witty. This story would have been perfect had the villains been stronger. Overall- 9/10.
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    Here is my (extensive) list: Doctor Who ---------- Alec Linstead Brian Blessed (Star Wars, Flash Gordon, Blackadder, Blake's 7) Christopher Good (A Bridge Too Far, Gandhi) Colette O'Neil David Ashton (James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies, The Last King Of Scotland) Donald Douglas (Bridget Jones' Diary, Bridget Jones' Baby, Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason, Blake's 7, Poldark, Middlemarch) Donald Gee Eleanor Bron (A Little Princess, Help!, Absolutely Fabulous, Women In Love) Hannah Gordon (One Foot In The Grave, The Elephant Man) Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey, Paddington, Notting Hill, W1A, James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies) Iain Glen (Resident Evil, Game Of Thrones, Downtown Abbey) James Greene (Robert Downey Jr: Sherlock Holmes) Ken Bones (The Hour, The World's End, Exodus Gods And Kings Lindsay Duncan (Birdman, Sherlock, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, GBH) Mark Bonnar (Shetland, Line Of Duty, Porridge) Mark Straker (Batman Begins, Ashes To Ashes) Maureen O'Brien (Jonathan Creek) Michael Troughton (Jonathan Creek, The New Statesman, Blake's 7) Nigel Hastings (Peaky Blinders, Four Weddings And A Funeral) Richard Dillane (Argo, The Dark Knight, Poldark, Peaky Blinders, Wolf Hall) Roger May (Poltergeist III) Ronald Pickup (Never Say Never Again, Darkest Hour, The Day Of The Jackal) Stephen Critchlow (Red Dwarf, Downton Abbey) Stephen Garlick (The Dark Crystal, The Tomorrow People) Struan Rodger (Game Of Thrones, Stardust, Four Weddings And A Funeral) Stuart Milligan (Jonathan Creek, Spy Game, Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow) Susannah Harker (Pride & Prejudice, Jeremy Brett: Sherlock Holmes, House Of Cards) Vincent Brimble James Bond ---------- Constantine Gregory (Hammer Horror: To The Devil A Daughter, Mission Impossible, I'm Alan Partridge) Edward Fox (The Day Of The Jackal, A Bridge Too Far, Gandhi) Julian Rhind-Tutt (The Hour, Stardust, Green Wing) Patrick Malahide (Game Of Thrones, Luther, Extras, Blackadder) Blake's 7 --------- Hugh Dickson (Poldark, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) Sabina Franklyn (Fawlty Towers) Other ------ Alex Jennings (The Lady In The Van, The Crown, The State Within, The Queen) Alex Norton (Pirates Of The Caribbean, Braveheart, Blackadder) Amerjit Deu (Dumbo) Ann Mitchell (Eastenders) Annabel Mullion (Mission:Impossible, Jonathan Creek) Christian Rodska (The Monuments Men, The Tomorrow People, Follyfoot) David Bannerman (The Omega Factor) Edward Petherbridge (Alice Through The Looking Glass, The Borgias) Elizabeth Kelly (Eastenders) Frank Williams (Dad's Army) Geoffrey Whitehead (Not Going Out, Still Open All Hours, Z Cars) Ian Lindsay (Men Behaving Badly) Jaimi Barbakoff (Black Mirror) James Laurenson (The Crown, Sharpe, Hammer Horror) James Wilby (Poldark, Jeremy Brett: Sherlock Holmes) Janice Acquah (Sherlock) Jeremy Clyde (Batman) Joanna McCallum (Jeremy Brett: Sherlock Holmes) John Baddeley (Hitchiker's Guide To The Galaxy) Karen Dotrice (Mary Poppins) Kate Binchy (The Eagle Has Landed, Father Ted) Kenneth Cranham (Layer Cake, Hellraiser II, Oliver!, Hot Fuzz, Rome) Lou Hirsch (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Superman II, The Tomorrow People) Maggie Steed (Eastenders, Paddington 2, Red Dwarf) Mary Allen (Monty Python And The Holy Grail) Nicholas Le Prevost (Shakespeare In Love) Nigel Carrington (Jonathan Creek, The Dark Knight) Penny Downie (Downton Abbey, Invictus, London Has Fallen) Philip Fox (Blackadder, I'm Alan Partridge, Allo Allo, Superman IV) Robert Daws (Poldark, The Royal, Rock & Chips, Jeeves And Wooster) Robin Ellis (Poldark, Jeremy Brett: Sherlock Holmes, Fawlty Towers) Roy Hudd (Broadchurch, Coronation Street, Ashes To Ashes, One Foot In The Grave, Jeremy Brett: Sherlock Holmes) Ruth Gemmell (Penny Dreadful, Primeval) Sean Barrett (Father Ted, Labyrinth, The Dark Crystal) Teresa Gallagher (Thunderbirds, Cars 2, The King's Speech) Timothy Carlton (Sherlock, Dad's Army) Timothy West (The Day Of The Jackal, Eastenders)
  22. 1 point
    I am currently reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.
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    It must be time-its 40 years of Alien this year!!!
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    This man needs to be booked he was meant to do a con a few years ago in the US but dropped out whatever he wants pay him so many of us need him on alien items it's unreal my cash is sat here waiting
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    I shan't be buying a ticket, as I don't think a female superhero leading a film should be encouraged.
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