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‘Back to the Future: The Musical’ Photos Reveal the DeLorean on Stage, Dancing Doc Browns & More

Back to the Future: The Musical started early previews at the Manchester Opera House just last week. Unfortunately, since the show is only playing in London until the middle of May, that leaves a lot of Back to the Future fans unable to check out the lively show from Tony Award-winning director John Rando (Urinetown, On The Town). But the good news is you can get a little sneak peek at what the show looks like thanks to some Back to the Future: The Musical photos from the first week of shows fo...
Tags: Comedy, London, Movies, Sci-fi, Events, United States, Universal, Emmy, Musical, Delorean, Marty Mcfly, Alan Silvestri, Tony, Marty, Manchester Opera House, Doc

Scott Derrickson Reveals DC Movie He Wants to Helm

Scott Derrickson reveals DC movie he wants to helm Fans are still reeling from the departure of co-writer/director Scott Derrickson from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and in a manner similar to James Gunn with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and The Suicide Squad, one fan took to Twitter to see if Derrickson could see himself taking on a Justice League Dark film, and the director revealed he would rather do a solo Constantine film. RELATED: Alfred Molina Joins DC Universe’s Ha...
Tags: London, Movies, Nbc, Neil Gaiman, Harley Quinn, Dc, James Gunn, Keanu Reeves, Reeves, Ryan, J J Abrams, Matt Ryan, Constantine, Scott Derrickson, Alfred Molina, John Constantine

Meet a Visiting Cartoonist: A Chat with Ellen Lindner

by Mike Rhode I've known Ellen Lindner for a long time, initially through her comics-collecting husband, but then directly as she moved back to the US and became a regular exhibitor at SPX. A woman of eclectic interests, she's done comics on conscientious objectors in England in World War I, 1960's Coney Island, and woman's baseball, as well as editing anthologies such as British women's collection, The Strumpet. She was in town a few weeks ago for her ex-studio mate Robin Ha's book-signing at E...
Tags: Post, Comics, England, London, Washington Post, Washington, New York City, US, New Jersey, Baseball, Seattle, Coney Island, School Of Visual Arts, Manhattan New York, Long Island New York, Effa Manley

Kate Garraway to host Global Awards with Kemp and Klass

Smooth’s Kate Garraway will join Capital’s Roman Kemp and Classic FM and Smooth presenter Myleene Klass to host The Global Awards 2020. Kate replaces Rochelle Humes who co-hosted the event last year but announced in December she was leaving Global, taking a break from her Heart show. The Global Awards takes place at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith on Thursday March 5th and will see Camila Cabello, Ellie Goulding, Tones and I, Aitch, Stereophonics, Russell Watson and Aled Jones take to the...
Tags: UK, London, Top, Awards, Global, People, Radio, Capital, Myleene Klass, Klass, Myleene, Kate, Whitney Houston, Aled Jones, Kemp, Billie Eilish

Five years of Radiocentre’s See Radio Differently

Radiocentre’s Chief Executive Siobhan Kenny looks back on the industry body’s overarching strategy, See Radio Differently. “When I joined the radio industry almost 6 years ago now, one of the first things I wanted to tackle was its image. It was pretty clear that either we stepped up our efforts to tell our own story, or others would quickly seize the narrative and do it for us. It had already started happening. Last week I went to Dublin, a guest of Radio Days Ireland, to present the results...
Tags: UK, John Lewis, London, Opinion, Unilever, Bbc, Radio, Ireland, Katy Perry, Ofcom, Financial Conduct Authority, Manchester, United Nations, Cambridge, Dublin, Leeds

Crunchyroll Unveils Its First-Ever Slate of Anime Originals

Anime is all the rage on streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, which have tapped into an eager streaming audience with both classic and new original offerings alike. But one of the streaming platforms that has been around since anime was but a glimmer in pirating websites’ eyes, Crunchyroll, has now made itself a major player in the anime streaming wars. Crunchyroll Originals Trailer Crunchyroll started out in the mid-2000s as a fan-run for-profit video streaming site that became a ...
Tags: Japan, London, Movies, Netflix, Anime, Hulu, Crunchyroll, Sola, Tower of God, Meiji, Netflix/Streaming Video, Webtoon, Raye Rodriguez, Crunchyroll Tower, Onyx Equinox In, Crunchyroll Studios Production

‘Birds of Prey’ Composer Daniel Pemberton on Scoring a Roller Skating Action Scene and Writing Music Worthy of Harley Quinn [Interview]

English composer Daniel Pemberton is as wildly diverse and entertaining as Harley Quinn herself. He is a multi Golden Globe, Emmy and Bafta Award-nominated composer who has worked with some of the most renowned names in the industry such as Darren Aronofsky ( One Strange Rock) , Ridley Scott ( All The Money in The World, The Counsellor ), Guy Ritchie (T he Man From UNCLE, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ), and Danny Boyle ( Yesterday, Steve Jobs ). Pemberton received cri...
Tags: London, Movies, Interviews, Features, Britain, James Bond, Danny Boyle, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Darren Aronofsky, Bond, Jeremy Deller, Guy Ritchie, Ennio Morricone, Harley, Bruce

Crunchyroll Unveils First Slate of Original Series!

Crunchyroll unveils first slate of original series! Anime streaming service Crunchyroll has announced its inaugural slate of Crunchyroll Originals with eight new series spanning the adventure, fantasy, romance, historical fiction and other genres, produced by publishers including Kodansha, animation studios including MAPPA and Crunchroll Studios. RELATED: Adult Swim, Crunchyroll Developing Blade Runner Anime Series “Since our launch in 2006, Crunchyroll has been at the forefront of anime f...
Tags: Japan, TV, London, Movies, TV News, Anime, Shell, Crunchyroll, Sola, Meiji, Webtoon, TV Premiere, Kodansha, Junji Ito, Crunchyroll Originals, Raye Rodriguez

Liquidators appointed at Spectrum Radio Limited

Central London based Spectrum Radio has been issued with a Winding Up Order by the High Court of Justice. Spectrum is one of London’s oldest radio stations, having launched in 1989 to provide multiethnic, foreign language programmes originally on 558AM. Today the Spectrum Radio Network offers broadcast services from its premises in Southwark Street and has recently been advertising space available on DAB, and on 1584Khz AM, which is currently used by Love Sport and owned by A Spokesman Said L...
Tags: London, Top, Industry, Radio, Ofcom, Southwark Street, Spectrum Radio, Spectrum Radio Limited, High Court of Justice Spectrum, Spectrum Radio Network, Spokesman Said Limited Ofcom

Nominations revealed for the Young Audio Awards 2020

The shortlist for this year’s Young Audio Awards is out ahead of the awards ceremony on 27th March at the BBC Radio Theatre in London. Those up for awards come from all across the country including Glasgow, Torbay and Leeds and categories include Rising Talent, School Station of the Year and Best Podcast. Those nominated have the chance to win a show on national radio, mentorship with radio presenters and even a new radio studio. The ceremony will be hosted by awards’ ambassadors Matt Edmonds...
Tags: London, Top, Awards, Industry, Radio, Glasgow, Trinity, Leeds, BBC Radio, Zeina, BBC Radio Theatre, Matt Edmondson, Tyler West, Young Audio Awards, BECCA BEAVINGTON HARVEY KING WILLIAM OELRICH, OLLIE ANDERSON

talkSPORT and BBC win at Sports Journalism Awards

BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC World Service, talkSPORT and a number of BBC local radio stations picked up awards at the Sports Journalism Awards in London this week. talkSPORT won the blue ribbon Network of the Year award with Jim White and Natalie Sawyer’s mid-morning show, White & Sawyer winning Best Radio Show/ Audio of the Year. The station’s Bloodgate documentary was highly commended with a silver accolade for its investigation into the rugby fake blood scandal following talkSPORT’s move into ...
Tags: England, London, Top, Awards, Bbc, Radio, Premier League, Bulgaria, Station, Gary Neville, BBC World Service, Jim White, Peter Crouch, Talksport, Steve Jones, Lee

Gene Baxter becomes latest Podcast Radio Podjock

American radio presenter Gene Baxter is joining the newly launched Podcast Radio as a Podjock. Gene co-hosted the morning show at KROQ in Los Angeles for thirty years and moved back to the UK, his birthplace, at the beginning of the year. He will become the second of Podcast Radio’s podjocks – a cross between a DJ and announcer – who links the podcasts played on the station, which launched on DAB+ in London two weeks ago. CEO Gerry Edwards says: “Gene is a massive star in the States and we’r...
Tags: UK, London, Podcasts, Los Angeles, People, Radio, States, Gene, Kevin, KROQ, NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame, LA radio, Gerry Edwards, Gene Baxter, Kevin Ryder, National Radio Hall of Fame

Free online broadcast engineering training launched

Radio TechCon has released the contents of its Radio Technology Masterclass for free. ‘An Introduction To Broadcast Engineering’ takes users through a virtual masterclass day, with videos covering how to build a studio, what equipment to choose, how central technical areas work, an overview of transmission, and internet and coding for radio stations. Each video is around 20 minutes long. The presentations feature industry experts from the BBC, Global, Bauer, Arqiva and Ofcom among others, and...
Tags: London, Events, Industry, Radio, Ofcom, Radio Techcon, TBC Media Ltd, BBC Global Bauer Arqiva, Radio Technology Masterclass

‘The Call of the Wild’ Is Heard at the Box Office

A new adaptation of the Jack London tale had a good opening this weekend, though it didn’t unseat “Sonic The Hedgehog.”
Tags: London, Movies, News, Ford, Box Office, Jack, Harrison, Jack London, Sonic the Hedgehog (Movie, Call of the Wild (Movie

‘The Postcard Killings’ Trailer: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Tries to Catch a Serial Killer

Jeffrey Dean Morgan is trading his blood-stained bat for blood-drained murder victims in The Postcard Killings, which adapts James Patterson and Liza Marklund‘s #1 New York Times bestselling thriller about a New York detective who joins an international manhunt for a serial killer who had brutally murdered his daughter and son-in-law on their honeymoon in London. And like many a nefarious serial killer, this killer has a calling card — a postcard, in fact. Watch The Postcard Killings trailer be...
Tags: Europe, New York, London, Movies, Thriller, New York Times, Adaptation, Movie Trailers, James Patterson, Patterson, Danis Tanovic, Jacob, Cush, Kanon, Jeffrey-Dean-Morgan, Mystery/Suspense

Stoker: Evolution of a Vampire – review

Author: Calvin Cherry First published: 2018 Contains spoilers The Blurb : Dear reader, When the boon of sleep becomes a presage of horror, while one’s long, shadowy days are laden with sordid events so terrifying they only bridge a thread to the same wicked nightmare, in what can a gentleman find refuge and catharsis? Writing. No one can deny that Abraham Stoker penned a Gothic tour de force in 1897. All readers and moviegoers are familiar with the name Dracula, as a parade of literary colleag...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, UK, England, Hollywood, London, Movies, Britain, Portsmouth, Prince, Florence, Catherine, Bram Stoker, Dick Van Dyke, Kings Cross, Le Havre

The Postcard Killings Trailer Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan & Famke Janssen

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Postcard Killings trailer starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan & Famke Janssen RLJE Films has released the official trailer for The Postcard Killings, the upcoming feature adaptation based on James Patterson and Liza Marklund’s bestselling novel starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead, Supernatural, Watchmen) and Famke Janssen (How to Get Away with Murder, X-Men franchise, When They See Us). You can check out the trailer now in the player below, as well as the official ...
Tags: Europe, Video, London, Movies, James Patterson, Dallas Buyers Club, Danis Tanovic, Jacob, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Liza Marklund, Tove Alsterdal, Famke Janssen, Denis O'Hare, Jeffery Dean Morgan

‘The Call of the Wild’ Review: A Heartfelt Survival Story Buried in a Mush of Uncanny CGI

Most attempts to adapt the works of Jack London to the big screen have, more often than not, resulted in a neutered final product. Chris Sanders‘ live-action/computer-animated adaptation of The Call of the Wild falls firmly in this category. Gone is the savage romance of London’s short novel in all its untamed glory, instead, The Call of the Wild is a Disney-fied The Revenant — though it’s even less a survival film than it is a schmaltzy celebration of that bond between dog and human. At parts,...
Tags: London, Movies, Disney, Movie Reviews, Canada, Ford, Adaptation, Harrison-Ford, 20th Century Fox, Dan Stevens, Sanders, Stevens, Spitz, Jack London, Chris Sanders, Karen Gillan

How the National Bureau of Standards helped make “radio”

This was originally published on the National Institute of Science and Technology’s blog, Taking Measure. NIST’s Role in the Early Decades of Radio (1911-1933) Even if you weren’t able to watch the recent Super Bowl on TV, you could still listen to the play-by-play commentary on the radio. But radio does more than just broadcasting sporting events or playing music. It plays a major role in emergency response, navigation and science. The word “radio,” however, didn’t become part of our regula...
Tags: London, History, Radio, New Jersey, Thomas Edison, Percival Lowell, Lowell, U S Army, U S Navy, NIST, Department of Commerce, Newark Airport, College Park Maryland, Nbs, Dunmore, Rhodes College

Jeffrey Dean Morgan in First Trailer for Thriller 'The Postcard Killings'

"You've got exactly four days to prevent a murder." RLJE Films has unveiled an official trailer for a serial killer thriller titled The Postcard Killings, adapted from the bestselling book of the same name. A New York City detective investigates the death of his daughter, who was murdered while on her honeymoon in London; he recruits the help of a Scandinavian journalist when other couples throughout Europe suffer a similar fate. His investigation leads him to discover a serial killer imitat...
Tags: Europe, London, Movies, Trailer, New York City, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, To Watch, Jeffery Dean Morgan, RLJE Films, Dennis O Hare

Dev Patel is Set to Star in the Financial Thriller ‘Flash Crash’

Hot off the buzzy release of the trailer for the Arthurian thriller The Green Knight, Dev Patel is proving his leading man chops with a starring role in a financial thriller under New Regency. Dev Patel will star in Flash Crash, a dramatic thriller based on Liam Vaughan’s upcoming book based on the true story about an financial outsider who finds a way to beat the stock market. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dev Patel is set to star in Flash Crash, a financial thriller that See-Saw Fil...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Drama, Casting, America, Thriller, Dev Patel, New Regency, David Lowery, Flash Crash, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Arnon Milchan, Patel, David Copperfield

‘The Portable Door’ Will Team Christoph Waltz and Guy Pearce With the Jim Henson Company

Christoph Waltz and Guy Pearce will star in The Portable Door, a fantasy-adventure-comedy based on the book series from Tom Holt. The Jim Henson Company and Story Bridge Films are producing the film, which producers are describing as a cross between The Office and Harry Potter. Jeffrey Walker is directing from a screenplay adapted by Leon Ford, with Patrick Gibson set to play the lead. THR has the scoop on The Portable Door, which will finally give us all the team-up we’ve been dreaming of: ...
Tags: London, Movies, Casting, Office, Fantasy, Adaptation, Guy-Pearce, Harry Potter, Christoph Waltz, Lisa Henson, Waltz, Jim Henson, Jim Henson Company, Jeffrey Walker, The Jim Henson Company, Patrick Gibson

Same-sex ballroom champions dance at London’s Pink Jukebox

Check out this clip of the ballroom dance competition
Tags: Feature, London, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Dance, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Gaycities Link, Ballroom, Pink Jukebox

Claire Denis’ The Stars at Noon with Pattinson, Qualley Lands at A24

Claire Denis’ The Stars at Noon with Pattinson, Qualley lands at A24 After starring in her acclaimed sci-fi drama High Life two years ago, Robert Pattinson is reuniting with Claire Denis for her next project The Stars at Noon, in which he will star alongside Margaret Qualley (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) and has just been acquired by A24, according to Deadline. RELATED: Scott Cooper to Direct Margaret Qualley in Thriller A Head Full of Ghosts Prior to hitting the European Film Market, th...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, London, Movies, Netflix, Paris, Robert Pattinson, Denis, Quentin Tarantino, A24, Efm, Curiosa Films, Pattinson, Scott Cooper, Denis Johnson, Claire Denis

David Lloyd to present The Story of Radio

Radio consultant David Lloyd is booked in at the Burgh House & Hampstead Museum in London to present The Story of Radio next month. The Story of Radio will happen on March 4th at 7.30pm, providing an alternative night of entertainment to the ARIAs which is scheduled for the same time. David presents the radio podcast Conversations and hosts the weekly Radio Moments, looking back at this week in radio. He began his career at Radio Trent in 1980, then went on to work in all sectors of the indus...
Tags: London, Top, Events, Bbc, David, Radio, David Lloyd, Orion Media, Radio Authority, Radio Trent, Burgh House Hampstead Museum, Story of Radio, Radio Moments, Phil Riley He

This Week In Trailers: Run This Town, Enormous: The Gorge Story, Over the Rainbow, Enter the Fat Dragon, Love Fraud

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we get religious with a look at Scientology, travel really far for a good time, see Donny Yen become the martial arts version of The...
Tags: London, Movies, Church, Toronto, This Week In Trailers, Showtime, Catholic Church, Movie Trailers, Pete Davidson, Ewing, Heidi Ewing, Rachel Grady, David Copperfield, Grady, Church of Scientology, Run This Town

5 Live names Julie Cullen as new Managing Editor

BBC Radio 5 Live has appointed Julie Cullen from 6 Music as its new Managing Editor. She replaces Heidi Dawson, who was recently promoted to Controller of 5 Live, and will assist Heidi in shaping the editorial direction of the station. Julie is currently in the BBC 6 Music management team having worked at the station since 2002. At 6 Music, Julie has been a journalist, presenter, executive producer, editor and, most recently commissioning executive. Prior to joining 6 Music, she worked at BBC...
Tags: UK, London, Top, Bbc, People, Radio, Heidi, BBC Radio, Julie, The North of England, Heidi Dawson, Julie Cullen

Paul Feig on the ‘Last Christmas’ Twist, Playing With Genre, And How ‘Freaks and Geeks’ is the Template for ‘Dark Army’ [Interview]

Paul Feig was not happy that the internet guessed the twist in Last Christmas. But sometimes, in the words of the great George Michael, you gotta have faith. Of course, there was a chance that someone would guess the premise of Last Christmas, which takes its inspiration from the Wham! song of the same name, but that Feig was “not pleased” that audiences wouldn’t get the chance to be blown away as he was when he read Emma Thompson’s script. “I was just really emotional when I read it. It really...
Tags: Comedy, London, Movies, Romance, Interviews, Digital, Britain, Paul Feig, Emma Thompson, Kate, George Michael, Emilia Clarke, Brexit, Emma, Emily, Feig

Batman Restaurant Will Allow You to Dine in Gotham Without Fear of Joker Attacks

If you’ve ever wanted to dine in Gotham City without the fear of being attacked by an unwashed clown and/or Mr. Freeze, your time has come. London is gearing up to unveil a Batman-themed restaurant that’s loaded with several themed areas based around the Caped Crusader. Rooms in the restaurant will be designed to resemble the Batcave, the Penguin’s Iceberg Lounge, and more. But you might want to start saving up some bat-bucks now, because some of the meal prices might make even Bruce Wayne blus...
Tags: London, Movies, Gotham, Harley Quinn, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Alley, Art Deco, Adam West, Waynes, Park Row, Comic Book/Superhero, Crime Alley, Pennyworth, Forbes London

‘The Third Day’: Jude Law, Naomie Harris HBO Drama Series to Have Live Component Where Fans Can Participate in London

HBO is ready to get immersive with The Third Day, a new limited series starring Jude Law and Naomie Harris. The series tells several stand-alone (but also interconnected stories) over six episodes. Viewers will also be given the opportunity to get in on the action via “a major immersive theatre event”, although just what that entails is unclear. Created by Dennis Kelly and Felix Barrett, The Third Day will premiere on HBO on May 11. The series unfolds in an unconventional way, with the first...
Tags: Hbo, London, Television, Movies, Law, Sam, Jude-Law, Paddy Considine, Naomie-Harris, Dennis, Helen, FELIX, Sky Studios, Dennis Kelly, Punchdrunk, Felix Barrett

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