BLAKE Harrison was the punchline of all the jokes as Neil in The Inbetweeners but now he's stretching his dramatic muscles in other roles. Having played DS Spencer Gibbs in Prime Suspect 1973, Blake took on a very creepy part in Trust Me. Here's what we know about the actor... Who is Blake Harrison, how old is he and what is his background? Born on July 22, 1985, Blake Harrison is an English actor from Peckham. He is best known for his role as nice but VERY dim Neil Sutherland in The Inbetweeners TV show and movie. His character was relentlessly teased by Jay, Will and Simon in the sitcom but never quite realised. Blake, 32, bagged the role at the start of his career, after starring in two episodes of The Bill. Since then he has appeared in various other TV shows, including Way to Go, Him & Her, Big Bad World, The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, Edge Of Heaven and The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret. He also voiced Scoop in the reboot of Bob The Builder. His film … [Read more...] about Who is Blake Harrison? Neil actor on The Inbetweeners who scored the winning penalty in Soccer Aid 2018
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When the Tribeca Film Festival announced they would be screening the 1983 cult classic Scarface, followed by a panel discussion featuring the entire cast, I could not have called Ticketmaster any faster.“I have one left in row J.” the Ticketmaster agent replied. “That will be $320.”I paused.“Does that come with any cocaine?” I asked.Despite the price, last week I traveled to the Beacon, a former movie theater famous for hosting greats like the Rolling Stones, the Allman Brothers and Bob Dylan. I traveled by subway using my Metro Senior discount card at a total cost of $3.50. The last time I had seen Scarface was in Coral Gables in 1983, where I had arrived at the theater in a bulletproof customized Mercedes Benz with a gold-plated steering wheel. I must have snorted a kilo of cocaine that night. Now my drug of choice is Bayer Baby Aspirin for a mild heart condition.When I arrived at the theater, I witnessed a large … [Read more...] about Tribeca’s Scarface Panel Was a Bust—Much Like the Film’s 1983 Miami Premiere
6 minutes ago One of the key ways to make a successful sequel/reboot to a beloved franchise is to get as many people who were involved with the original attached to the new movie. We see this all the time on the TV side with reboots, as having the people who made the series so successful in the first place helps give the fans confidence in the new installment. The same is very much true for the new Halloween movie, which has series co-creator John Carpenter on board as an executive producer. Carpenter won't be directing, but he'll still have one other important job: composing the soundtrack. In addition to being the director of a ton of cult classic films from the '80s and '90s, John Carpenter is also a composer, having created or co-created the score for many of his own films. That includes Halloween, which might have the most iconic soundtrack of any of Carpenter's films. Fans have been wondering if Carpenter would return to write some music for the new Halloween and Jason Blum … [Read more...] about John Carpenter Is Scoring The Halloween Sequel, And All Is Right In The World
"They knew that I did this video deejaying that I did at the Hollywood Bowl," RZA says. "They thought it would be cool if I came down and did it at a couple of their theaters." The film follows a student through 35 chambers of training with monks at a Shaolin temple before starting a 36th chamber to teach lay people martial arts. RZA says he first started live-scoring the film by himself, with keyboards, drum machines and DJ decks, but after a few performances, he realized it was too much for one man, “because you’re dealing with all these separate cues, and you need eight arms to do it.”He brought on his friends Tom Shannon and DJ Skane to help out. “Tom Shannon, to me, is the originator of veejaying,” RZA says. “He’s the first guy I’d ever see...he took a couple of VCRs together, daisy-chained them and overdubbed animation over breakbeats. I told him, ‘Look, technology has finally caught up with your creativity, and I’m … [Read more...] about RZA Live-Scores The 36th Chamber of Shaolin in Denver
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