This film is going ot be good! From the hottest new British comedians Mitchell and Webb and the creators of the award-winning 'Peep Show' comes MAGICIANS - a hilarious new British comedy set in the world of stage magic.
Lifelong friends Harry and Karl (David Mitchell and Robert Webb) are the greatest magic double act in the country. But after a guillotine illusion goes horribly and spectacularly wrong, their friendship and their careers are finished. Now, down on his luck and out of cash, Harry sets his sights on the prize money of the prestigious 'International Magic Shield' tournament. But to win he will have to compete against the world's oddest (and saddest) magicians - including his deadly rival Karl, performing under the guise of ridiculous psychic 'The Mindmonger'. Can new tricks and a new assistant (Jessica Stevenson from 'Confetti' and 'Spaced') help Harry to triumph over his underhanded opponents and his disastrous past?
Starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb (Peep Show),
Starring Robert Webb (“Peep Show”, “That Mitchell and Webb Look”), Rufus Hound (“Celebrity Juice”, “Argumental”) and Lucy Punch (Bad Teacher, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger), THE WEDDING VIDEO is a comedy set in the cut throat world of English society weddings.THE WEDDING VIDEO is directed by Nigel Cole (Made in Dagenham, Calendar Girls), written by Tim Firth (Confessions of a Shopaholic, Calendar Girls), and produced by James Gay – Rees (Senna, Exit Through the Giftshop).Raif (Hound), a shambolic oaf with a unique sense of humour, is asked to be his brother Tim’s (Webb) best man when he marries Saskia (Punch). To Raif’s surprise, he finds his once-bohemian brother is marrying into Cheshire’s most socially aspirant family. Saskia’s grandmother, Patricia (Miriam Margolyes) would give Hyacinth Bucket a run for her money and mum Alex (Harriet Walker) has successfully married into life in the ‘Cheshire Set’ – the English ‘Beverley Hills’.Raif’s present to the happy couple will be a video of their wedding. His film is our film – the final edited version with music, live action, interviews - the works.Amidst the chaos of planning their big day and fending off unwanted help the couple begins to wonder ‘whose wedding is it anyway?’
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Dedicated to Matt Kibbe, Dick Armey, Andrew Breitbart, FreedomWorks - and all the Tea Party folk who grant interviews to the New Left Media on YouTube.
Many Thanks to:
Susan Sarandon, Alec Baldwin, Bill Maher, Vivian Oxford, Robert C. Webb, George Clooney, Sarah Lilly, Reena Dutt, Lawrence O'Donnell, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Rommel Manalo, Shell Goldfarb, Charles Martinez, Al Franken, Tom Wilson, Itzik Noah, Adam Edgar, Anderson Cooper, Nikki Brown, Robin Daléa, Barbara Streisand, Jon Stewart, Thomm Hartmann, Rachel Maddow, Geraldo Rivera, and Lance Baxter.
And a Special Thank You To Rasha and the girls at:
Celebrities attending the British Comedy Awards in London. Im a Celebrity winner Christopher Biggins, Mighty Boosh and Garth Marenghi star Matt Berry, Hot Fuzz star Simon Pegg, How To Look Good Naked presenter Gok Wan, comedian Jack Dee, Peep Show stars David Mitchell, Robert Webb and Olivia Colman, comedian Alan Carr, 2 Pints of Lager actress Sheridan Smith, Robin Hood actor Keith Allen, comedian Kevin Bishop, Pub Landlord comedian Al Murray, Green Wing stars Stephen Mangan and Sarah Alexander, X Files actress Gillian Anderson, Royle Family actress Liz Smith, Graham Norton being interviewed by news crews, Jimmy Carr pulling a luggage bag as he leaves and American Pie actress Jennifer Coolidge.
Celebrities attending the 2008 Royal Television Society Awards in London. Noel Fielding arrives with girlfriend Dee Plume. When interviewed by a crew from 'Loose Women' he says he has no idea what the program is or who any of the presenters are. Sherrie Hewson, Lydia Bellingham, Denise Walsh chat to the cameras. Weathergirl Andrea McLean admits to being tipsy, Coleen Nolan, Jackie Brambles and Jane MacDonald chat about their award nomination, Julia Davis and Julian Barratt arrive together, Alan Davies chats to the camera, James May and Richard Hammond don't know what award they are up for, Michelle Keegan says it is the second event she has been to, Alexander Armstrong isn't sure what award he is up for, David Mitchell and Robert Webb chat about Loose Women, Ant & Dec chat to the camera, Holly Willoughby discusses her presenting career, and Gok Wan talks about his award and Holly Willoughby's cleavage. Shots of Holly talking to Ant and Dec inside the ceremony.
David Mitchell & Robert Webb star in the complete third series of their Sony Award-winning comedy show, as broadcast on BBC Radio. Here the duo return to their radio roots, and this third fantastic series finds them in their finest ever sketch show form. Meet the Stone Age flint-chippers who reckon bronze is just a fad; a very unpleasant man who wants to take you out for a "little date"; another thrilling adventure with Sir Digby Chicken Caesar; and the world's most mismatched rally-driving couple - "Your voice makes me want to drive into a tree!" Whether sniping at "citizen journalism," predictable radio plays, or reality TV, the series is laugh-out-loud, painfully funny
This is the fourth BBC radio series starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. The pair have also starred in Channel 4's Peep Show and won numerous BAFTAs, national comedy awards, and Chortle awards. The program includes sketches and biting satire with a cast of four, including David and Robert, performing in front of a live audience. Topics covered in previous series have included Numberwang, Big Talk, Dinner Guests, and the snooker commentators.
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David Mitchell introduces the oncoming weekly episodes filmed around London, where he reflects on some of the chapters in his book Back Story. Starting in Kilburn and stopping off in many areas he discusses in the book. David takes us on a personal journey recalling childhood memories and making general observations about his life.
Catch the weekly episodes here on YouTube, on Facebook and through his Twitter page.
Description of the Book
David Mitchell, who you may know for his inappropriate anger on every TV panel show except Never Mind the Buzzcocks, his look of permanent discomfort on C4 sex comedy Peep Show, his online commenter-baiting in The Observer or just for wearing a stick-on moustache in That Mitchell and Webb Look, has written a book about his life.
As well as giving a specific account of every single time he's scored some smack, this disgusting memoir also details:
• the singular, pitbull-infested charm of the FRP ('Flat Roofed Pub')
• the curious French habit of injecting everyone in the arse rather than the arm
• why, by the time he got to Cambridge, he really, really needed a drink
• the pain of being denied a childhood birthday party at McDonalds
• the satisfaction of writing jokes about suicide
• how doing quite a lot of walking around London helps with his sciatica
• trying to pretend he isn't a total **** at Robert Webb's wedding
• that he has fallen in love at LOT, but rarely done anything about it
• why it would be worse to bump into Michael Palin than Hitler on holiday
• that he's not David Mitchell the novelist. Despite what David Miliband might think
Mitchell's trademark dry, intelligent humour translates well... If you like Mitchell on television, you will like him in this book.
David Mitchell's Back Story contains a string of observations that are as funny as they are thoughtfully composed.
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