Jamie Bannerman has just put pen to paper on a three movie deal trilogy.
The first film, ‘Full English Breakfast’ will be the first of the trilogy. A British contemporary thriller based in London. Looking to be in the Cinemas by early spring next year.
Tim Bruce is currently filming the new ITV comedy series ‘Bottom Knocker Street’ where he plays along side Phill Jupitus.
This is Jerry’s third feature this year after ‘Cryptic’ and ‘Skin Traffik’.
His role is Derek Bishop, brother of a semi-retired gangster.
The film is a thriller about the usage and production of drugs to the mass market and he stars along side Lucy Drive and Dave Courtney (OBE).
Filming commences on the 15th July.
Vas Blackwood just finished filming the movie Cryptic, where he played one of the lead roles, ‘Meat’. He stars along side Daniel Feuerriegel of ‘Spartacus’ and Ed Stoppard from the ‘The Pianist’
This is Vas’s third major feature film this year.
Snow in Paradise is a hard hitting thriller based on a true story of one man’s journey to control his violence through the religion of Islam.
Martin Askew plays uncle Jimmy, the Charismatic and manipulative East End gangster.
The Director, Andrew Hulme, is also known for ‘Control’, Red Riding 1974, Lucky Number Slevin, Gangster No 1 and the Imposter.
The film is already in pre-production and filming commences next month.
Within days of signing with International Artists Management, Tim has just been cast to play the role ‘Harold’, an MP and husband of the lead character Maxine Peake, whose life he is guilty of destroying in Michael Pearce’s exciting new film ‘Keeping up with the Jones’s’.
Michael Pearce’s debut film ‘Mandrugada’ won the Royal Television Society Best Short Film Award and his film ‘Rite’ was nominated for a BAFTA and went on to win at the Rushes Soho Film Festival.
In the Pre-West End tour, Elizabeth Payne reprises her critically acclaimed role as Prosecutor Margaret Casely QC.
Elizabeth appears opposite defendant Tom Conti in the tense court room drama ‘Rough Justice’ by Terence Frisby.
Stuart McGugan famous for his roles in many iconic british tv comedy series, has just signed on board the British Comedy movie, ‘The Fitzroy’. His character is an ex-army captain who has an unusually close relationship with his pet chicken, Henrietta. To top that off, he’s also a murder suspect. Its all set in a submarine off margate. Filming commences early next month.
Georgie Carter recently appeared in ITV’s ‘Mr Selfridge’ playing Emily Smith, a young theatre actress who catches the eye of Harry Selfridge, which is of course played by Jeremy Piven. All being well, it seems she will be appearing in the new series with her role.
Charlotte Beckett has now been confirmed as a regular in the new series of Britains Got Talent. Her role, as in the last series is glamourous ‘Charlie’, playing Simon Cowell’s personal assistant once more.
Already the tongue in cheek promo aired on Saturday with Charlotte and Simon Cowell creating quite a stir with the millions of viewers.