My thanks to all the supporting artist for all the hard work that took part in the memorable night and performance of ‘Robbie Williams Live from the London Palladium’ filmed in November and aired on BBC1 last night. Ooh and look at my name on the credits next to the muppets lol. Cheered me up no end that as, made my family proud, but like my dad used to say ‘don’t do it to make us proud, do a job and be a man you want to be proud of first, not us’ so for the moment that will just about do.
If you missed it you can catch it on BBC Iplayer
Have a lovely weekend everyone.
So with ‘The Victim’ out soon and my tickets to the premiere sitting on my desk I’m pleased to bring you an exclusive first look of the poster/artwork for the film. I know I’ve said this before but after an invite to see the film at the Soho Screening Rooms I can tell you there is nothing out there like this at the moment. It left me thinking sometimes the biggest victim could be ourselves and this is not your run of the mill kids with knives young wanna be gangster film. I couldn’t take my eyes of the screen for a moment and at the end was left stunned and remember walking out of the screening saying nothing to nobody and walking along Totenham Court Road It took me a while to come down from this excellent told story about the consequences of our actions. With an outstanding cast some of which we have worked with many times including Jason Maza and Frank Harper who stretches himself and for me this is the best I’ve seen and 2012 Bafta Award Winner Adam Deacon ‘The Victim’ will quite literally blow you away.
Release date June 2012 Genre Urban Thriller Studio Pure Film Productions – Distributed by Kaleidoscope Entertainment Plot outline Tyson (Ashley Chin), Mannie (Jason Maza) and Jason (Michael Maris) grew up together in a tough inner-city world, where no one could be trusted and everyone was out for themselves.
With opportunities limited, its crime that pay the bills. For Tyson, it’s not about living the lifestyle, it’s about supporting his little sister, Nyla (Letitia Wright), through school and paying off his mum’s gambling debts.
When he meets Tia (Ashley Madekwe), she helps him see there are other ways to escape the cycle of poverty. But with a final job promising a big pay day, Tyson prepares to take his biggest gamble yet.
Caught up in an escalating chain of violent events, will he have to make the ultimate sacrifice?
Starring Ashley Chin, Ashley Madekwe, Letitia Wright, Jason Maza, David Harewood, Michael Maris, Anna Nightingale, Frank Harper, Directed by Alex Pillai Written By Ashley Chin & Michael Maris Screenplay by Ashley Chin, Michael Maris, Adrian Scott, Michael Kyie Produced by Jason Maza, Danny Donnelly Supporting Artists by Johnny Lynch Casting
First day of pickups and we have more images released from the filming back in March/April starting at the top left with writer James Moran getting in on some of the action with one of our supporting artistes Sally McConnell.
Next we have a still from the armed police and siege day down in Canary Wharf with our guys from the agency Phiip Harvey and Chris Hill as the police and probably the biggest zombie fan we have on the books Dave Sellicks.
On to the first person I met on a film set and one of my best pals Mark Margason having someone get up close checking the make up out.
Last 3 shows Chris Hill again along with Dave and Mark and Sally. Enjoy 🙂
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Thought of the day.
I hope you fall in love with someone who never lets you fall asleep thinking you’re unwanted.