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Dalziel and Pascoe actor Warren Clarke dies, aged 67

Warren Clarke has died at the age of 67.

The actor was best known as Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel in the TV show Dalziel and Pascoe.

Clarke's agent confirmed news of the actor's passing today (November 12), after a "short illness".

"He will be greatly missed by his family and loved ones. At this time we ask that you respect their privacy in their time of grief," a statement read.

Born in Oldham in 1947, Clarke had roles in Coronation Street in the 1960s.

He was cast as droog Dim in Stanley Kubrick's 1971 adaptation of Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange, which starred Malcolm McDowell in the lead role of Alex.

Clarke also appeared alongside MacDowell in O Lucky Man! in 1972 and Gulag in 1985.

He appeared in several TV and film productions in the decades that followed, before being cast in one of the title roles of Dalziel and Pascoe in 1996.

In more recent years,
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World Exclusive Reveal: First poster for ‘One Night in Istanbul’

  • Nerdly
Following-up his well received freshman feature I Against I, director James Marquand (son of Return of the Jedi director Richard Marquand, fact fans!) returns with One Night in Istanbul, the screen adaptation of the hit play about the exploits of a group of Liverpool Football fans at the European Cup final in Istanbul.

Starring Steven Waddington (The Sweeney, Waterloo Road), Paul Barber (The Invisibles, Only Fools and Horses) and Lucien Laviscount (Trollied), we have the distinct pleasure in revealing the first poster for the film. Check out the poster below, and be sure to give the film a thumbs up on the official Facebook page.

Two down on their luck Liverpool cabbies, Tommy and Gerry, strike an unusual deal with a local gangster to take their sons on a trip of a lifetime, to watch their beloved football team play in the European Cup Final in Istanbul. Hoping to use
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Emma Style obituary

Respected casting director known for her work on Zeffirelli's Tea with Mussolini and the BBC's Our Friends in the North

In movies, a casting director negotiates with actors' agents on behalf of the producers, a difficult job that requires tact, nerve and, above all, a feeling for the texture and tone of the project in hand. Emma Style, who has died of a heart attack aged 50, was one of the most respected and knowledgable in her field. Like all the best casting directors, she had a sixth sense about actors because she understood their work and their temperaments.

Style won the confidence of figures as diverse as the director Franco Zeffirelli – for whom she cast both Tea with Mussolini (1999), starring Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and Joan Plowright, and Callas Forever (2002), with Fanny Ardant and Jeremy Irons – and the producer Michael Wearing at the BBC. His Our Friends in the North
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Comic-Con 2011: Full Schedule for Sunday July 24th

Comic-Con International has released the full schedule for Sunday July 24th for San Diego Comic-Con 2011. This is the final day of the convention. Sunday is known as Kids day and is usually the slowest of all the days, there are a few surprises though. In all my years of going to Comic-Con I've never been to a panel in Hal H. Usually nothing is happening in Hall H on Sunday, this year there are a few TV programs going on in Hall H such a as Glee, Supernatural, Doctor Who, The Cleveland Show, Sons of Anarchy, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and this year Buffy the Musical will be in the great Hall as well. I've never been to the Buffy Musical event, and I think I finally want to go this year. A couple of other things worth noting are a one on one panel with Nathan Fillion, and Max Brooks talks about zombies.
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Anthony Head joins NBC's 'Free Agents'

Anthony Head joins NBC's 'Free Agents'
Anthony Head has joined the cast of NBC comedy pilot Free Agents. The project, which is based on the original UK series, will focus on quirky PR executives Alex (Hank Azaria) and Helen (Kathryn Hahn). Deadline reports that former Buffy star Head will reprise his role of sleazy boss Stephen Caudwell from the original series. The actor currently stars as Uther on the BBC drama Merlin and has also played lead roles in The Invisibles and Sold. Al Madrigal (more)
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Shaun Paul McGrath Enters 'Age of Descent'

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British company Wild Frontier Productions are currently in development with grim feature 'Age of Descent' which is to star Northern Irish actor Shaun Paul McGrath (Endgame, The Invisibles) alongside Rik Mayall (Valiant, Drop Dead Fred) and Lisa Faulkner (Dangerfield, The Lover). As mentioned above Shaun Paul McGrath will join actors Rik Mayall, former MTV presenter Richard Blackwood and Lisa Faulkner in Wild Frontier Productions 'Age of Descent' which is expected to start shooting in London early next year.
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The Invisibles: Season One - DVD Review

Aging is one of the most effective ways to become invisible in our world. We celebrate youth and fitness, and as wrong as it may be, tend to judge those of a certain age as being past any notice and usefulness, much less anything skillful or clever. The Invisibles is a perfect title for a story about two aging master criminals who refuse to disappear without a fight. This is not to say that for the past fifteen years or so Maurice Riley (Anthony Head) and Sid Woolsey (Warren Clarke) have been on anyone.s radar. As retired top of the line jewel thieves, they have been living a life of leisure on the coast of Spain, funded by their
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Anthony Head dismisses Buffy without Joss Whedon

USA Weekend recently caught up with Anthony Head for a quick interview, and he shared news about his upcoming projects along with a very strong opinion about the new feature film reboot of “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” without it’s cast and creator Joss Whedon (”Dollhouse”, “Firefly”, “Serenity”) which we announced last week (don’t forget to chime in with your thoughts):

“I wouldn’t want to see it.” Head said plainly.

“The Kuzuis didn’t do a great job on the movie the first time around. It was Joss’ script at the age of 19, but they changed a lot of it. They said, ‘Look, we know best and we know how to make this movie,’ and it became quite schlocky and high camp.” Head recalls the time when he went to audition for the Buffy series because he loved Whedon’s pilot script so much, and his agent
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Anthony Head keen on 'Doctor Who' return

Anthony Head has revealed his desire to make another appearance in Doctor Who.

Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy, Head affirmed his interest in resurrecting the villainous character of Mr Finch, who he played in the 2006 story 'School Reunion'. "If they ask me I'd say 'yes' in a flash," he said. "I think he should come back. He was good fun. There is a school of thought that he's dead, but you don't see him die. Who knows?"

Head, soon to be seen in BBC One's The Invisibles, . . .
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