Wow, this looks like classic Scorsese, as if he'd made this 30 years ago! First trailer for Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ reveals ‘de-aging’ special effects https://t.co/AXzLBiMtTP
RT @GurinderC: In case anyone missed it, here is the Blinded By The Light clip from BBC London News last night. #BlindedByTheLightMovie #Bl
Happy 50th anniversary of the #Apollo50th #moonlanding #nasa Amazing doc footage out there, but you have to see #Armstrongdocu @KeithHaviland @AltitudeFilms If you needed a cool head that day, Neil’s was the one to have! Kudos to @TheRealBuzz and Michael Collins.
#Armstrongdocu World Prem withQ&A @daraobriain, Mark Armstrong and dir David Fairhead, plus astronaut Nicola Stott and Space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-pocock. Insightful and emotional film about the First Man on the Moon. Only slightly biased as I’m Associate Producer! https://t.co/Ph8UUCu7Os
Great news about Ann Sarnoff - first female head of WB. About time! Warner Bros. Taps BBC Studios Americas Chief Ann Sarnoff as CEO (EXCLUSIVE) https://t.co/cCmvTK3SCv via @variety
If that ad and the programme doesn’t shock people I don’t know what will. I still feel bad about the nappies I used 10 years ago, let alone wet wipes, but I never flushed them... https://t.co/6jhL4Sk3CW
“Comedy without drama is a decapitated one liner”. How true that is! Thank you @rickygervais #VarietyTVEurope
#VARIETYTVEUROPE ⁦@rickygervais⁩ Fascinating discussion. Realistic and uncompromising and honest - characters people know resonate with audiences. https://t.co/Ys6M0gwdMN
#Varietyeurope Looking forward to hearing fascinating insights into the tv content world. #europeantvsummit. https://t.co/5pHtBcJbNR

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