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Friday, October 12th, 2012

by admin on October 12, 2012

Ryan McCluskey is in the house, everybody, with his main man Mike Russell, to tell tales of the British Theatre, and how Stellan Skarsgaard and Jonathan Pryce perpetrated one of the all-time classic pranks on him. He also saw whatever that new Ethan Hawke movie is, which launched us on a conversation about horror convention that apparently is way more interesting than whatever that new Ethan Hawke movie is. Also discussed: The mystifying decision not to put the real ending of Doctor Who’s most recent episode IN the episode, the trouble behind the Kickstarter for The Goon, and how Ben Affleck is one of the best point guards in Hollywood right now. BONUS: More Chatum & Jogolev love, now with Adam Scott warm fuzzies!

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Iain October 12, 2012 at 7:41 pm

LEXX REBOOT HELL YES MIKE RUSSLE I know things people referance

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Roffle October 13, 2012 at 6:19 am

I figure they didn’t film the Doctor Who scene because of runtime

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Jimmy B October 13, 2012 at 8:31 am

I was hoping they kept that Doctor Who scene secret then filmed it and put it at the end of the Christmas special for a wee surprise. They can’t do that now, sadly.

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Eric the Canadian October 13, 2012 at 3:57 pm

On the subject of 3D:

I used to live in a rural area where the main theatre in the are only had 3 and a half screens, the 3 main screens all being 3D enabled within the last 2 years. They have already ceased showing films in 3D on any of their screens, since they don’t have enough screens to show both 2D and 3D copies.

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Thomas Gill October 15, 2012 at 1:13 pm

I think you’ll find that Top Gear makes more money for the BBC than Dr. Who. Also, with the new TG contracts, more money goes to the BBC from the merchandising.

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