Actor Richard Wilson talks to whatsontv.co.uk about the magic of Merlin, playing Gaius and spouting spells
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BBC Mel & Griff "Talking Heads" promo featuring appearances by, among others, John Hurt, Letitia Dean, Richard Wilson, Noel Edmonds and Lenny Henry
Directed by Cherie Nowlan and written by Keith Thompson, this heartfelt comedy stars Brenda Blethyn as a mother who tries to come between her son and his coming of age. Also starring Khan Chittenden, Emma Booth, Richard Wilson, Frankie J. Holden, Rebecca Gibney, Philip Quast, Katie Wall, and Russell Dykstra.
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Gnomeo & Juliet hits theaters on February 11th, 2011.
Cast: James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Michael Caine, Jason Statham, Maggie Smith, Patrick Stewart, Ashley Jensen, Stephen Merchant, Matt Lucas, Jim Cummings, Julie Walters, Richard Wilson, Ozzy Osbourne
The greatest love story ever told, starring...garden gnomes? In the upcoming "Gnomeo & Juliet," Shakespeare's revered tale gets a comical, off-the-wall makeover. Directed by Kelly Asbury ("Shrek 2") and showcasing both classic and original songs by Elton John, the film features the voices of James McAvoy and Emily Blunt as Gnomeo and Juliet, who have as many obstacles to overcome as their quasi namesakes when they are caught up in a feud between neighbors. But with plastic pink flamingos and thrilling lawnmower races in the mix, can this young couple find a happy ending?
Gnomeo & Juliet trailer courtesy Touchstone Pictures.
THE LOVED ONES is a vivid, sexy, fun rollercoaster that takes the conventions of horror and runs them off the rails. Directed by Sean Byrne and starring Xavier Samuel (Eclipse), Robin McLeavy (Streetcar Named Desire with Cate Blanchett), Jessica McNamee (Packed to the Rafters), Victoria Thaine (Caterpillar Wish) and Richard Wilson (Clubland) with John Brumpton (Last Ride).
It's PRETTY IN PINK meets WOLF CREEK
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From the movie The Proposition - Charlie (Guy Pearce) rescues Mikey (Richard Wilson) from prison, while Arthur (Danny Huston) and Samuel (Tom Budge) stay behind to finish off the guards.
Episode 5 of 14
Mr. Bean is a British comedy television series of 14 half-hour episodes written by and starring Rowan Atkinson as the title character. Based on a character originally developed by Atkinson at university, the series follows the exploits of Mr. Bean, described by Atkinson as "a child in a grown man's body", in solving various problems presented by everyday tasks and often causing disruption in the process.
Episode 5 -
Act 1: Bean oversleeps and is late for his dental appointment. To save time, he decides to get dressed and brush his teeth while driving to the dentist, using a brick to hold down the accelerator while he changes his trousers and puts on his shoes and socks and shooting screenwash into his mouth to rinse it after brushing his teeth. When he spits out the toothpaste, it lands on the backside of a man whom Bean passes in his car. The man, perplexed, notices and looks up at a tree above him, thinking that a bird may have done it, then smells it. Bean also accidentally sounds his car horn while putting on his socks.
Act 2: Bean arrives at the dentist's office, where he cannot find anything in the waiting room to read except for a Batman comic book with The Road Warriors on the back cover, which a young boy is already reading (he brought the comic from home). When the boy refuses to let him share the comic, he stealthily pours water from a vase into the boy's lap to make his mother believe he wet himself, causing her to take him home. After getting the comic, he is immediately called in to see the dentist (Richard Wilson). While in the chair, when the dentist turns on the radio playing The Blue Danube, he meddles with the controls on the dentist's chair and the dentist's equipment while his back is turned, and as a result accidentally numbs the dentist's leg with an injection of Novocain, causing him to pass out. Bean, feeling inconvenienced by this, decides to treat himself - however he can't tell which tooth needs attention, so he performs the procedure on all of his own teeth. Just as the dentist recovers, Bean leaves, content with his work.
Act 3: While in a park Bean spots a young boy who is having difficulty with his remote control boat. Bean generously tries to help him by opening the controller and tweaking some circuitry. Amazingly the controller now works, but unknowingly to both Bean and the boy it is now also controlling an electric wheelchair behind him. After hogging the boat for some time, and causing mayhem behind him, Bean finally gives the controller back to the boy, but only when (unknown to both of them) the wheelchair is already behind the boy, moving towards him. As Bean moves away, a loud splash is heard, implying that the boy was knocked into the water by the wheelchair.
Act 4: Still in the park, Bean tries to have a picnic, but a nearby wasp falls desperately in love with Bean's cupcake. After trying to catch the wasp by swatting at it, jousting with it, chasing it around, and trapping it in a bottle of orange juice, he swats it between the pages of his book, only to pique the interest of an entire swarm of wasps, which attack him. Bean ultimately races away from his picnic site and throws the bun at a car thief (whose thieving attempts Bean managed to foil by removing his steering wheel and bringing it with him on his picnic). The wheelchair then stops by the car.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/merlin Merlin returns to BBC One for it's fifth series, starring Colin Morgan, Bradley James and Richard Wilson
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcone BBC One presents six thrilling new dramas from around the UK including;
- Hunted (starring Melissa George)
- Good Cop (starring Warren Brown and Stephen Graham)
- Accused (written by Jimmy McGovern, starring Sean Bean, John Bishop, Robert Sheehan, Sheridan Smith, Anne-Marie Duff, Olivia Colman and Joe Dempsie)
- Shetland (starring Douglas Henshall)
- Ripper Street (starring Matthew Macfadyen and Jerome Flynn)
- The Secret of Crickley Hall (starring Suranne Jones, Tom Ellis and Donald Sumpter)
Also part of the Original British Drama 2012 offering is Doctor Who (starring Matt Smith and Karen Gillan), Merlin (starring Colin Morgan, Bradley James and Richard Wilson), The Paradise (starring Sarah Lancashire, Elaine Cassidy, Matthew McNulty and Emun Elliot).