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New Trailer, Poster For ‘Rise Of The Footsoldier 4: Marbella’

A new trailer and poster have debuted for the third sequel in the Rise Of The Footsoldier series, Rise Of The Footsoldier: Marbella, which will hit cinemas in a couple of months.

Craig Fairbrass, Terry Stone, Emily Wyatt, Roland Manookian, Josh Myers, Paul Riddell (Darkest Hour), Byron Gibson (Only God Forgives), Nick Nevern and Jessica Wright (The Only Way is Essex) are amongst the cast as well as Conor Benn as Nigel Benn.

Official synopsis:

Essex Is Running Low On Pills! Fresh out of prison, Pat Tate (Craig Fairbrass) steps right back into his Essex nightclub business. But although the money is good, he can’t stop brooding about the man who had him put away. It’s not long before he’s off to Marbella to find Frank Harris and seek his revenge. But Harris is long dead and the middle-man Terry Fisher (Andrew Loveday) offers Pat the biggest drug deal of his life.
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Competition: Win ‘Once Upon a Time in London’ on DVD

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To celebrate the home entertainment release of Once Upon a Time in London which will be available on DVD from the 10th June 2019, we have a copy of the DVD up for grabs, courtesy of Signature Entertainment!

Gateway Films, Ratio Film & Signature Entertainment presents Once Upon A Time In London, starring Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Jamie Foreman, footballer Jamie O’Hara, Union J’s Jj Hamblett, legendary boxer Joe Egan, Geoff Bell, Holly Earl, Nadia Forde, Kate Braithwaite, Roland Manookian, Josh Myers, Andy Beckwith, Ali Cook, Doug Allan, Justin Salinger, and Laura Carter (Celebrity Big Brother). Comedian Simon Munnery, and boxers Steve Collins and Frank Buglioni round out this amazing cast from all strata of the entertainment and sports worlds.

Once Upon a Time in London charts the epic rise and legendary fall of a nationwide criminal empire that lasted for three action-packed decades from the late 1930s. The one-time
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Giveaway – Win Once Upon a Time in London on DVD

To celebrate the home entertainment release of Once Upon A Time In London which will be available on DVD from the 10th June 2019, we have a copy of the DVD up for grabs, courtesy of Signature Entertainment!

Gateway Films, Ratio Film & Signature Entertainment presents Once Upon A Time In London, starring Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Jamie Foreman, footballer Jamie O’Hara, Union J’s Jj Hamblett, legendary boxer Joe Egan, Geoff Bell, Holly Earl, Nadia Forde, Kate Braithwaite, Roland Manookian, Josh Myers, Andy Beckwith, Ali Cook, Doug Allan, Justin Salinger, and Laura Carter (Celebrity Big Brother). Comedian Simon Munnery, and boxers Steve Collins and Frank Buglioni round out this amazing cast from all strata of the entertainment and sports worlds.

Once Upon A Time In London charts the epic rise and legendary fall of a nationwide criminal empire that lasted for three action-packed decades from the late 1930s. The one-time
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Interview: Simon Rumley on ‘Once Upon a Time in London’

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In his latest podcast/interview, host Stuart Wright talks to director Simon Rumley about his new film Once Upon a Time in London, which is on limited release across the UK now.

Once Upon a Time in London charts the epic rise and legendary fall of a nationwide criminal empire that lasted for three action-packed decades from the late 1930s. The one-time friends and partners in crime turned bitter enemies oversaw a fledgeling East End and Soho underworld responsible for brutal protection rackets, vicious lawbreaking, shocking corruption and glamorous associations, which paved the way for the notorious Kray twins to exert their dominance over the capital’s gangland realm.

Once Upon a Time in London stars Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Holly Earl, Josh Myers, Nadia Forde, Roland Manookian, Andy Beckwith, Geoff Bell, and Jamie Foreman.
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New poster for British gangster thriller Once Upon a Time in London

Ahead of its release next month, Signature Entertainment has unveiled a new poster for Once Upon a Time in London, a new British gangster thriller from director Simon Rumley and starring Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Holly Earl, Josh Myers, Nadia Forde, Roland Manookian, Andy Beckwith, Geoff Bell, and Jamie Foreman.

See Also: Watch the trailer for Once Upon a Time in London here

Once Upon A Time In London charts the epic rise and legendary fall of a nationwide criminal empire that lasted for three action-packed decades from the late 1930s. The one-time friends and partners in crime turned bitter enemies oversaw a fledgeling East End and Soho underworld responsible for brutal protection rackets, vicious lawbreaking, shocking corruption and glamorous associations, which paved the way for the notorious Kray twins to exert their dominance over the capital’s gangland realm.

Once Upon a Time in London opens in the UK on April 19th.
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British gangster thriller Once Upon a Time in London gets a trailer and poster

Signature Entertainment has released a poster and trailer for director Simon Rumley’s British gangster thriller Once Upon a Time in London which stars Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Holly Earl, Josh Myers, Nadia Forde, Roland Manookian, Andy Beckwith, Geoff Bell, and Jamie Foreman; take a look here…

Once Upon A Time In London charts the epic rise and legendary fall of a nationwide criminal empire that lasted for three action-packed decades from the late 1930s. The one-time friends and partners in crime turned bitter enemies oversaw a fledgeling East End and Soho underworld responsible for brutal protection rackets, vicious lawbreaking, shocking corruption and glamorous associations, which paved the way for the notorious Kray twins to exert their dominance over the capital’s gangland realm.

Shot entirely on location in and around London, this drama is a fantastic chronicle about the founders of British organised crime and an in-depth exploration of the mobster myth and psyche.
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The Filmmakers Podcast #63: How to go from Indie films to Hollywood

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Here’s the latest episode of the The Filmmakers Podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on the official podcast site, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.

For those unfamiliar, with the series, The Filmmakers Podcast is a podcast about how to make films from micro budget indie films to bigger budget studio films and everything in-between. Our hosts Giles Alderson, Dan Richardson, Andrew Rodger and Cristian James talk how to get films made, how to actually make them and how to try not to f… it up in their very humble opinion. Guests will come on and chat about their film making experiences from directors, writers, producers, screenwriters, actors, cinematographers and distributors. They also shoot the breeze about their new films, The Dare, World of Darkness,
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First Look At Josh Myers In Upcoming Crime Flick ‘The Krays – Dead Man Walking’

Hereford Films has unveiled the first photo of Josh Myers (Rise of the Footsoldier 3) as Frank Mitchell, ‘The Mad Axeman’ in their new film The Krays – Dead Man Walking. You can take a look at the Josh Myers Krays photo below.

First look at Josh Myers in The Krays – Dead Man Walking Josh Myers Krays photo – First look at Frank ‘The Mad Axeman’ Mitchell

Taking to their official Instagram account, the burgeoning indie posted a moody snap of tough guy Myers with the caption “Frank ‘The Mad Axeman’ Mitchell cuts a terrifying figure.”

6’ 3” Myers has become a familiar face on the British gangster film scene with appearances in The Sweeney, Green Street 3, I Am Soldier and the forthcoming Once Upon A Time In London. He recently worked on Fighting With My Family, produced by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

Related: On the set of upcoming British film ‘The Krays – Dead
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Interview: John Adams discusses Brit Horror ‘Aux’

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Aux is the latest film from Evolutionary Films and stars John Rhys-Davies (Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones, The Shannara Chronicles), Rosie Fellner (Liar, Heist, Age of Heroes), Tristam Summers (Eastenders, Hollyoaks, Tin Holiday), Paul Reynolds (Terminal, Level Up, Eddie The Eagle), Tanya Franks (Chewing Gum, Broadchurch, Liz & Dick), Jack Derges (Eastenders, Humans) and Theo Devaney (Supernatural, Once Upon A Time In London).

Deep in the woods, two boys discover the entrance to a secret military bunker that has remained hidden since World War II. They awaken something so deadly that one boy doesn’t make it out alive and the other flees for his life, only to be hit by a car. A police investigation begins but, one by one, even the armed police are hunted and killed in grotesque and almost ritualistic ways. Meanwhile, at a local nursing home, an elderly WWII veteran watches all of this unfold
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First look at British horror ‘Aux’

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Aux is the latest film from Evolutionary Films and stars John Rhys-Davies (Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones, The Shannara Chronicles), Rosie Fellner (Liar, Heist, Age of Heroes), Tristam Summers (Eastenders, Hollyoaks, Tin Holiday), Paul Reynolds (Terminal, Level Up, Eddie The Eagle), Tanya Franks (Chewing Gum, Broadchurch, Liz & Dick), Jack Derges (Eastenders, Humans) and Theo Devaney (Supernatural, Once Upon A Time In London).

Deep in the woods, two boys discover the entrance to a secret military bunker that has remained hidden since World War II. They awaken something so deadly that one boy doesn’t make it out alive and the other flees for his life, only to be hit by a car. A police investigation begins but, one by one, even the armed police are hunted and killed in grotesque and almost ritualistic ways. Meanwhile, at a local nursing home, an elderly WWII veteran watches all of this unfold
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Exclusive: Director Simon Rumley talks Once Upon A Time In London

Now shooting on location in London is the Simon Rumley-directed Once Upon A Time In London, a period crime movie focussing on the story of Jack ‘Spot’ Comer, Billy Hill and their respective battles to become King of London’s Underworld. The film boasts an impressive British cast, including Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Holly Earl, Dominic Keating, Geoff Bell, Jamie Foreman, Doug Allen, Andy Beckwith, Roland Manookian, Justin Salinger, Kate Braithwaite and Laura Carter.

We caught up with Simon for a chat about the highly anticipated film.

Q: Simon, thanks for taking the time to talk with us. Can you give us a little idea about the story behind Once Upon A Time In London and what we can expect to see come the end of the year?

Simon: It’s the true life story of two London based gangsters; Billy Hill and Jack Spot Comer. Set before and after the Second World War,
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Take a first look at the in-production British film ‘Once Upon A Time In London’

The very first images from the in-production Once Upon A Time In London have hit the web. The British gangster saga is now shooting in and around London, England and boasts an impressive cast that includes Leo Gregory, Terry Stone, Holly Earl, Dominic Keating, Geoff Bell, Jamie Foreman, Doug Allen, Andy Beckwith, Roland Manookian, Justin Salinger, Kate Braithwaite and Laura Carter.

The film will tell the story of notorious criminals Billy Hill (Gregory) and Jack Comer (Stone), who were active in London’s organised crime scene from the 1920s to the 1950s.

Simon Rumley (The Living and the Dead) is directing from a screenplay he co-wrote with Will Gilbey and Terry Stone.

In a recent interview with Screen Daily at the start of production this past week, Rumley revealed more about the plot:

“The story of Jack ‘Spot’ Comer, Billy Hill and their respective battles to become King of London
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Simon Rumley to helm gangster thriller ‘Once Upon a Time in London’

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Simon Rumley (director of Red, White & Blue, Fashionista & Crowhurst) has begun a six week shoot on the brutal gangster thriller Once Upon a Time in London – for Gateway Films – which dramatises the violent reign of two of London’s most notorious gangsters, Billy Hill (Leo Gregory) and Jack ‘Spot’ Comer (Terry Stone), charting the legendary rise and fall of a nationwide criminal empire that lasted until the mid-fifties and which paved the way for the notorious Kray Twins and The Richardsons.

Director and co-writer Simon Rumley commented:

Having spent the last decade or so writing and directing thematically disparate but collectively extreme dramas, it makes absolute sense for me to progress to the gangster genre where love, lust, greed, paranoia, betrayal and violence are every day occurrences. The story of Jack Spot Comer, Billy Hill and their respective battles to become King of London’s Underworld has remained one of Britain’s most dynamic,
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Gangster drama 'Once Upon A Time In London' kicks off UK shoot

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Gangster drama 'Once Upon A Time In London' kicks off UK shoot
Simon Rumley directs story of notorious criminals Billy Hill and Jack ‘Spot’ Comer.

Once Upon A Time In London, a British gangster drama from director Simon Rumley (The ABCs Of Death), has begun a six-week shoot in the English capital.

The film will tell the story of notorious criminals Billy Hill (played by Leo Gregory, pictured) and Jack Comer (Terry Stone), who were active in London’s organised crime scene from the 1920s to the 1950s.

An eclectic cast has been lined up for the feature, including Holly Earl, Dominic Keating, Geoff Bell, Jamie Foreman, Doug Allen, Andy Beckwith, Roland Manookian, Justin Salinger, Kate Braithwaite and Laura Carter.

Joining them are comedian Simon Munnery, boxers Frank Buglioni, a current British light heavyweight belt holder, Joe Egan, footballer Jamie O’Hara, singers Nadia Forde and Jj Hamblett (from band Union J), and magician Ali Cook.

Gateway Films (Anuvahood, The Messenger) is the lead production outfit on the project
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Q&A: Director Simon Rumley Discusses Johnny Frank Garrett’S Last Word

Following its world premiere last year at the SXSW Film Festival, Johnny Frank Garrett’s Last Word is now out on home media (including DVD and VOD platforms) from Momentum Pictures, and to commemorate the film's release, we caught up with director Simon Rumley in our latest Q&A feature to discuss adapting the tragic real-life story, the film's shooting schedule, what initially drew him to the project, and more.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Simon. What drew you to the real-life story of Johnny Frank Garrett?

Simon Rumley: My pleasure! I first watched the documentary called The Last Word by Jesse Quackenbush, which is an amazing viewing experience. Jesse’s an attorney, so it dealt much more with the legalese of the situation and thus the unfairness of the trial and the multiple inconsistencies that were put forward by the prosecution. I
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