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Gossip mill: Christopher Lee in running for Best Actor in Golden Bell Awards but son can’t smile and other entertainment news this week – AsiaOne

Local actor Christopher Lee, 50, announced on Sept 2that he's been nominated for Best Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film inthe 56th Golden Bell Awards for his role in Workers.Sharing in his excitement, his wife Fann Wong, 50, posted a congratulatory welfie with their sonZed, 7, on Instagram. [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/CTUAn5Rv4tf/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link[/embed] Although Ah Jiewas all smiles in the photo, posing with a finger heart, the boyappeared to be less enthusiastic about his father's nomination.Fann explainedher son's seeming indifference in thecaption:"My son is happy, but heinsists that his image isnt a toothless one. Continue reading


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Winchester Little Theatre to offer mystery, laughs in first play of the season – Northern Virginia Daily

Winchester Little Theatres new Sherlock Holmes mystery, Baskerville, has two paws in the past and two in the future. Set in 1890, the play based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyles novel The Hound of the Baskervilles nonetheless features a Steampunk costume design that lends itself to a futuristic setting, said Director Sally Anderson. The set design, too, is cutting edge for the small, volunteer-based theater in that its using projectors instead of practical sets or painted backdrops. Continue reading


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The enduring appeal of the Bond villain – Spectator.co.uk

Daniel Craigs fifth and final outing as Bond may not have as many pulses racing due to No Time to Dies frequently cancelled release dates (the first trailer was back in December 2019), but fans are still keen to see the return of the iconic British spy. Continue reading


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THE CAT AND THE CANARY Returns to UK Tour – Broadway World

Building on the phenomenal decade-long success of The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, Bill Kenwright's Classic Thriller Theatre Company (Rehearsal for Murder, Judgement in Stone, The Case of the Frightened Lady and The Lady Vanishes), continues with its latest chilling whodunit, the creepy comedy thriller The Cat and the Canary. Following its acclaimed opening in Windsor in January 2020 and highly successful spring tour, the production returns to complete its Autumn tour, which was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic Continue reading


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The Reclamation of Shang-Chi – The Ringer

In the early 20th century, a struggling British writer by the name of Sax Rohmer consulted a Ouija board in order to discover how he could best make his fortune. Continue reading


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Darth Vader Rated the 3rd-Best Movie Villain , But Who Beat Him? – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

The Star Wars saga might never be able to completely move past Darth Vader. Continue reading


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Antony Costa cast in The Cat and The Canary at Darlington – The Northern Echo

A CHILLING tale of murder, mystery and greed comes to Darlington later this month with a stage adaptation of The Cat and The Canary. And now singer-songwriter, actor and boy band super-star Antony Costa has joined the cast to make his debut appearance at the Hippodrome. Heading the stellar cast is silver screen and Bond-girl legend Britt Ekland, whose numerous films include The Man with The Golden Gun with Roger Moore, The Wicker Man with Christopher Lee, and Get Carter with Michael Caine Continue reading


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From Captain Invincible to Cleverman: the weird and wild history of Australian superheroes – The Guardian

The phrase nobody makes superhero movies like Australia has, I dare say, never before been written. Our humble government-subsidised film and TV industry is no more than a lemonade stand in the shadow of Hollywoods arena spectacular, unable to compete budget-wise with the deep pockets of Tinseltown or produce bombast on the scale of American studios. But scratch the surface of Australian film and TV history and you will find a small but rich vein of super strange locally made superhero productions with their own forgive me true blue je ne sais quoi. Continue reading


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Live And Let Drive: The Cars Might Steal The Show In The New Bond Film – Todayuknews – Todayuknews

Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Pierce Brosnan or Daniel Craig aside, the other undoubted stars of the 007 movies are the cars. Always have been. And, hopefully, always will be Continue reading


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I turned to The Secret Life of Us for warm nostalgia. Instead, I found jarring memories – The Conversation AU

Our writers nominate the TV series keeping them entertained during a time of COVID. In the throes of lockdown, the desire for certainty is unequivocal. The pandemic has shattered the predictability of our everyday lives, making the future precarious. Continue reading


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