You’ve probably seen a lot of people doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge for a good cause these past few days and Daisy is now one of them! Watch the video below.
EMPIRE -In 1770, Captain Cook navigating the eastern fringes of the Australian continent mapping the coastline, counting wombats and generally dicing with death in an intrepid and largely clunge-free voyage. Two hundred and forty four years later, Jay, Will, Simon and Neil will be trying to rectify that oversight in The Inbetweeners 2 when they land Down Under with “puss-ay” in mind and a wad of Aussie dollars in their pockets. The movie has a new trailer that you can enjoy/savour/cringe in horror from below.
Boardshort wankers and bongo players beware because the foursome are touching down in Australia to pursue fauna of an entirely different kind. Alongside Gap Yah types, Bryon Bay hippies and party-hardy Aussies, all the old staples will be present and (in)correct. There’ll be jokes about Will’s mum, Simon still has girlfriend issues and Jay is one joke from prison.
Say The Inbetweeners’ creators, writing/directing team Iain Morris and Damon Beesley: “We’re especially happy with the trailer as we think it’s funny and – we promise – none of the best jokes are in it. None. We did that so that hopefully you’ll still get surprised in the cinema, and enjoy the film even more.”
James Buckley, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas and Simon Bird are back in front of the camera, joined by recent Star Wars addition Daisy Ridley, Celeste Cotton, David Schaal, Larissa Jones and Susan Wokoma. The Inbetweeners 2 is set to bother our cinemas on August 6.
HEY U GUYS – When British actress Daisy Ridley was announced as being part of Star Wars Episode VII, many moviegoers responded with a resounding, “Who?!” As one of the principal members of the cast, she will likely have a major role in the J.J. Abrams helmed movie, but is very much an unknown compared to the rest.
She does have some impressive television credits though, and will next be seen in British independent horror movie, Scrawl. Written and directed by Peter Hearn, the movie will be featured at the Andover Arts Festival in June before being submitted to film festivals during 2014/15.
Written and directed by Peter Hearn, Scrawl was shot over a three week period in the South of England in 2013 as well as extra days throughout 2014. It also stars Mark Forester-Evans (The Cave), Elizabeth Boag (Metro 7 bis/Chasing Robert Barker) and Nathalie Pownall (White Box/Twin Suns).
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