FROM penning critically-acclaimed folk-tinged albums to earning plaudits on stage and screen, there seems little Johnny Flynn cannot turn his hand to and excel. The singer-songwriter and actor is starring in ITV's eagerly-anticipated adaptation of the 19th century novel Vanity Fair later this year – here's what you need to know about him. Who is Johnny Flynn? Johnny Flynn was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, on March 14 1983, and moved to the UK when he was two, growing up in London, Hampshire and rural Wales. His half-brother Jerome Flynn had three UK number one singles as one half of Robson & Jerome, before becoming an international acting star as Bronn in Game of Thrones. As a young boy, Johnny was attacked by a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, which left him with scarring on his face. He won music scholarships to Pilgrims School and Bedales School, both in Hampshire, where he sang in the choir and learned to play the guitar, violin and trumpet. Johnny studied acting at the … [Read more...] about How old is Johnny Flynn, who’s his wife Beatrice Minns and what are the Beast actor’s biggest songs, films and TV shows?
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Published 11:05 pm, Friday, June 22, 2018 COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) — Taking a break from production of his latest film, "My Brother's Keeper," now being shot in Columbus, Ty Manns expressed confidence that the city can become a thriving mecca of movie-making in the coming years. "Columbus has everything, the locations, so vast that you can make anything from a period piece here to a modern-day film," said the writer, director and producer who lives in Phenix City and has made a name for himself with a series of faith-based movies. The Hollywood hopes of Columbus have long lacked a couple of critical pieces of the puzzle, however, as the economic impact of filmmaking in Georgia climbed in recent years to a cool $9.5 billion annually. MySA News Videos Now Playing: Now Playing Mission vandals caught on surveillance camera San Antonio Express-News Man arrested hours after ATM heist San Antonio Express-News Stolen forklift used in ATM heist at a North Side … [Read more...] about Major studio in Columbus will be home for film students
QUEEN of the Jungle Georgia “Toff” Toffolo had no shortage of male admirers when she stripped down to a bikini in the I’m A Celebrity shower. And it seems the Made In Chelsea star is still turning heads back home. Toff has now caught the eye of Emmerdale hunk Danny Miller — known to millions of soap fans as badboy Aaron Dingle. I can reveal the pair spent much of Sunday night cosying up after the Baftas. They seemed engrossed in one another in the smoking area, before skulking off somewhere a little more private at the after-party at London’s Royal Festival Hall. Toff and Danny, were still inseparable when they joined a breakaway group to keep the party going in the bar at the nearby Mondrian Hotel. A source said: “Danny was clearly in a celebratory mood, even though Emmerdale got beaten by Casualty in the Best Soap category. “He was one of the last people standing at both the official after-party at the Royal Festival Hall then later at the … [Read more...] about Georgia Toffolo and Emmerdale star Danny Miller cosy up together in private area of Baftas after-party
No longer restricted to late night cable television, paperbacks and public radio the genre of true crime has exploded to all corners of our media lives in recent years. With streaming services dropping true crime documentary series monthly and an equal number of podcasts littering the airwaves there are endless avenues uncovering and discovering humankind's dark nature. Another way for true crime nuts to fill their dark desires is attend the inaugural Toronto True Crime Film Festival next month at our beloved Royal Cinema. Running for two days, June 8th and 9th, the TTCFF has unveiled their inaugural lineup of five films which you may read up on in the gallery below. There will also be three symposiums, with authors, journalists and filmmakers leading panel discussions and multimedia presentations. It looks like a great weekend of true crime is mere weeks away with enough programming to salsify all who attend. Visit the Toronto True Crime Film Festival website for ticket … [Read more...] about Toronto True Crime Film Festival: Inaugural Lineup Announced!
Three and a half minutes into the new comedic drama, “Krystal,” a prepubescent boy is thumbing through a pornographic magazine when an illustration of the Devil comes to life, tears himself off the page, and begins menacing the poor kid.But brace yourself: Things are going to get even stranger.That’s what you get when you take a story about a mannerly Southern teen (Nick Robinson) with a rare heart condition who becomes infatuated with an alcoholic ex-hooker (Rosario Dawson) old enough to be his mother, throw in a stalker, an amputated toe, a souped-up wheelchair and that ol’ Devil, then put it all in the directorial hands of a guy like William H. Macy — who loves a good offbeat farce.“It’s a weird plot,” says the 68-year-old Macy, who has previously directed a couple of other quirky indie comedies and whose resume as an actor is filled with eccentric fare, from TV’s “Shameless” and to the film version of … [Read more...] about William H. Macy: ‘Bizarre’ ‘Krystal’ may be my last low-budget film as a director