Bafta

24 May 19
The Sun
WHEN I saw Bros at the Bafta TV awards a fortnight ago, brothers Matt and Luke Goss assured me they were getting on “better than we ever have”. Then before he walked off, Luke smirked and said: “But give us a while — that can all change in an instant when we wind each other up.” Bros were due to perform live during the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals next Tuesday, in a huge boost to their renewed music career And sure enough, that’s exactly what has happened. I can reveal Bros were due to perform live during the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals next Tuesday, in a huge boost to their renewed music career before their London concerts in July. But they have now told show boss Simon Cowell they cannot perform — and sources said it’s because the pair had another explosive row. That’s no surprise to anyone who has seen the cult documentary After The Screaming Stops — essentially a real-life This Is Spinal Tap. It has gone viral since debuting last Christmas on the BBC, in part because of the ongoing feud between the brothers, who seem to lack any form of self-awareness. After vowing to be closer than ever, the boys have reverted to the bad times and cancelled the BGT gig after reports of an explosive row The latest fall out will be music to the ears of the documentary makers who are already planning to follow the When  Will I Be Famous hitmakers for a sequel showing phase two of their career. But it won’t be pleasing to the band’s record company Warner, who are plotting their music comeback and looking for prime-time telly exposure. Last night a spokesman for Bros claimed they had turned down appearing on BGT for “scheduling issues”, adding: “They both love the show and  it would have been fun. Luke recently split from wife Shirley after 25 years of marriage – so this could be a reason for stress between the siblings [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN CELEBRITY” posts_category=”332″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] “Matt and Luke are doing great and the suggestion of creative differences is untrue. Purely a schedule issue.” It wouldn’t be a surprise if there are tensions between the Goss brothers right now, given The Sun’s Bizarre column revealed earlier this month Luke has split from his wife of 25 years, Shirley Lewis. I just hope they put the latest fight behind them soon and prepare to let the cameras back in. I mean, as Matt so famously put, it: “Rome wasn’t built in a day . . . but we don’t have the time Rome had.” [bc_video video_id=”5989149047001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Luke Goss mocks brother Matt as they discuss their infamous documentary on Good Morning Britain”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
WHEN I saw Bros at the Bafta TV awards a fortnight ago, brothers Matt and Luke Goss assured me they were getting on “better than we ever have”. Then before he walked off, Luke smirked and said: “But give us a while — that can all change in an instant when we wind each other up.” Bros were due to perform live during the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals next Tuesday, in a huge boost to their renewed music career And sure enough, that’s exactly what has happened. I can reveal Bros were due to perform live during the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals next Tuesday, in a huge boost to their renewed music career before their London concerts in July. But they have now told show boss Simon Cowell they cannot perform — and sources said it’s because the pair had another explosive row. That’s no surprise to anyone who has seen the cult documentary After The Screaming Stops — essentially a real-life This Is Spinal Tap. It has gone viral since debuting last Christmas on the BBC, in part because of the ongoing feud between the brothers, who seem to lack any form of self-awareness. After vowing to be closer than ever, the boys have reverted to the bad times and cancelled the BGT gig after reports of an explosive row The latest fall out will be music to the ears of the documentary makers who are already planning to follow the When  Will I Be Famous hitmakers for a sequel showing phase two of their career. But it won’t be pleasing to the band’s record company Warner, who are plotting their music comeback and looking for prime-time telly exposure. Last night a spokesman for Bros claimed they had turned down appearing on BGT for “scheduling issues”, adding: “They both love the show and  it would have been fun. Luke recently split from wife Shirley after 25 years of marriage – so this could be a reason for stress between the siblings [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN CELEBRITY” posts_category=”122″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] “Matt and Luke are doing great and the suggestion of creative differences is untrue. Purely a schedule issue.” It wouldn’t be a surprise if there are tensions between the Goss brothers right now, given The Sun’s Bizarre column revealed earlier this month Luke has split from his wife of 25 years, Shirley Lewis. I just hope they put the latest fight behind them soon and prepare to let the cameras back in. I mean, as Matt so famously put, it: “Rome wasn’t built in a day . . . but we don’t have the time Rome had.” [bc_video video_id=”5989149047001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Luke Goss mocks brother Matt as they discuss their infamous documentary on Good Morning Britain”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
24 May 19
The Irish Sun
WHEN I saw Bros at the Bafta TV awards a fortnight ago, brothers Matt and Luke Goss assured me they were getting on “better than we ever have”. Then before he walked off, Luke smirked and said: “But give us a while — that can all change in an instant when we wind each other up.” Bros were due to perform live during the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals next Tuesday, in a huge boost to their renewed music career And sure enough, that’s exactly what has happened. I can reveal Bros were due to perform live during the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals next Tuesday, in a huge boost to their renewed music career before their London concerts in July. But they have now told show boss Simon Cowell they cannot perform — and sources said it’s because the pair had another explosive row. That’s no surprise to anyone who has seen the cult documentary After The Screaming Stops — essentially a real-life This Is Spinal Tap. It has gone viral since debuting last Christmas on the BBC, in part because of the ongoing feud between the brothers, who seem to lack any form of self-awareness. After vowing to be closer than ever, the boys have reverted to the bad times and cancelled the BGT gig after reports of an explosive row The latest fall out will be music to the ears of the documentary makers who are already planning to follow the When  Will I Be Famous hitmakers for a sequel showing phase two of their career. But it won’t be pleasing to the band’s record company Warner, who are plotting their music comeback and looking for prime-time telly exposure. Last night a spokesman for Bros claimed they had turned down appearing on BGT for “scheduling issues”, adding: “They both love the show and  it would have been fun. Luke recently split from wife Shirley after 25 years of marriage – so this could be a reason for stress between the siblings [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN CELEBRITY” posts_category=”170″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] “Matt and Luke are doing great and the suggestion of creative differences is untrue. Purely a schedule issue.” It wouldn’t be a surprise if there are tensions between the Goss brothers right now, given The Sun’s Bizarre column revealed earlier this month Luke has split from his wife of 25 years, Shirley Lewis. I just hope they put the latest fight behind them soon and prepare to let the cameras back in. I mean, as Matt so famously put, it: “Rome wasn’t built in a day . . . but we don’t have the time Rome had.” [bc_video video_id=”5989149047001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Luke Goss mocks brother Matt as they discuss their infamous documentary on Good Morning Britain”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
23 May 19
Lifestyle District

“I do not want my decision on Europe to be decided by the average man.” Newsnight? Question Time? The House of Commons? Nope. The stage of the Bristol Old Vic this week. As that line was uttered in this production of Nobel Prize-winner Kazuo Ishiguro’s masterpiece, chuckles echoed around the theatre as the parallels with […]

24 May 19
The Irish Sun
MAX Bowden has made his mark on EastEnders since he joined as the new Ben Mitchell earlier this year, with the 24-year-old actor the sixth person to play the troubled character over the years. It is fair to say that Max has brought out Ben’s evil streak since joining the BBC One soap, with fans being left horrified earlier this week when his plan to kill off Billy Mitchell ended in disaster, leaving Billy’s young son William fighting for his life. Max is partial to the odd cigarette And although Max’s real life is a far cry from the Walford bad boy, and he certainly doesn’t have any murder convictions under his belt like his soap opera alter ego, Max’s day-to-day isn’t as squeaky clean as it could be. The young star enjoys a busy life of partying, smoking, and enjoying the occasional tipple – and even has his villainous pose in a pair of dark sunglasses down to a T when he is off-screen. Posing for a photo with his co-star Danny Walters [Keanu Taylor] back in March, Max looked effortlessly cool as he smirked in a pair of shades while clutching onto an Academy Award. With his jacket buttoned up to the neck, and Danny beside him holding onto a Bafta, the two certainly make an impressive pair. Max looked cool in his shades as he posed with an Oscar The actor enjoys boozy outings with pals Max donned the trademark shades again last month, posing outside of a pub with a group of male friends holding beers. All of the men are looking dapper in smart suits, with Max front and centre as he peers over his glasses into the camera. Another snap shows Max with his “squad” in Las Vegas, holding onto what appears to be a cocktail as he grins in an oversized, white shirt that he has left unbuttoned – teasing a glimpse of his toned torso. The actor is joined by two stunning female pals as they enjoy their time in Sin City. The star also enjoyed a trip to Sin City Max’s Instagram is full of trips to the pub He has posted several snaps of himself puffing on a cig He celebrated his birthday with a bottle of champers There are multiple other pictures of Max enjoying nights out in the pub with his friends, and a festive Christmas snap shows the hunk holding a bottle of champagne to celebrate his 24th birthday on New Year’s Eve last year. A photo from the summer shows Max puffing on a cigarette in the garden, alongside the rebellious caption: “Smoking is clinically proven to be bad for your lungs, hairline, fertility, heart etc. I have none of the above so here’s a photo of me smoking x”. An arty black and white pic of him smoking earlier in the year was simply captioned: “Portrait mode bangs ya know.” The star also enjoys skateboarding, uploading photos of himself skating down a pathway in on-trend ripped jeans and a white T-shirt. Max also enjoys skateboarding The star looked effortlessly cool as he posed with his board Max is good friends with former EastEnders star Danny-Boy Hatchard Before joining EastEnders, Max was already close friends with ex cast member Danny-Boy Hatchard, who played Lee Carter in the soap. The two men enjoyed various nights out on the town together, with Max posting several photos of himself with Danny-Boy, who he referred to as his “brother”. Before finding fame in the soap, Max starred in popular BBC drama Waterloo Road, playing Justin Fitzgerald in the programme’s final series between 2014 and 2015. He made his ‘Enders debut in April this year, with Ben returning to Albert Square with Lola Pearce and their daughter Lexi. The star enjoys nights out with his friends Bad boy Ben set a hitman on Billy Mitchell [bc_video video_id=”6039474577001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”EastEnders Ben Mitchell pays a hitman to kill his Uncle Billy”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this week, fans were left panicked when Ben was shown handing over a wad of cash to a hitman, paying him to kill off Billy after Billy told his dad Phil Mitchell that Ben was out to get him. The character initially had fans thinking that he was meeting a mystery man for sex after he received a text message and told his friends “booty calls”. His brother, Jay Brown, warned Ben to be safe as he told him “I hope it’s not an axe murderer” – and it was only when the scene cut to Ben in an alleyway with the killer that Jay’s words got a whole new meaning. Handing over a huge wad of cash, Ben told the assassin: “I want blaze of glory, the more tragic better.” However, Billy had picked up his two young children from school when the attack was due to take place – meaning that the hitman accidentally rode into schoolboy William, leaving him fighting for his life. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
MAX Bowden has made his mark on EastEnders since he joined as the new Ben Mitchell earlier this year, with the 24-year-old actor the sixth person to play the troubled character over the years. It is fair to say that Max has brought out Ben’s evil streak since joining the BBC One soap, with fans being left horrified earlier this week when his plan to kill off Billy Mitchell ended in disaster, leaving Billy’s young son William fighting for his life. Max is partial to the odd cigarette And although Max’s real life is a far cry from the Walford bad boy, and he certainly doesn’t have any murder convictions under his belt like his soap opera alter ego, Max’s day-to-day isn’t as squeaky clean as it could be. The young star enjoys a busy life of partying, smoking, and enjoying the occasional tipple – and even has his villainous pose in a pair of dark sunglasses down to a T when he is off-screen. Posing for a photo with his co-star Danny Walters [Keanu Taylor] back in March, Max looked effortlessly cool as he smirked in a pair of shades while clutching onto an Academy Award. With his jacket buttoned up to the neck, and Danny beside him holding onto a Bafta, the two certainly make an impressive pair. Max looked cool in his shades as he posed with an Oscar The actor enjoys boozy outings with pals Max donned the trademark shades again last month, posing outside of a pub with a group of male friends holding beers. All of the men are looking dapper in smart suits, with Max front and centre as he peers over his glasses into the camera. Another snap shows Max with his “squad” in Las Vegas, holding onto what appears to be a cocktail as he grins in an oversized, white shirt that he has left unbuttoned – teasing a glimpse of his toned torso. The actor is joined by two stunning female pals as they enjoy their time in Sin City. The star also enjoyed a trip to Sin City Max’s Instagram is full of trips to the pub He has posted several snaps of himself puffing on a cig He celebrated his birthday with a bottle of champers There are multiple other pictures of Max enjoying nights out in the pub with his friends, and a festive Christmas snap shows the hunk holding a bottle of champagne to celebrate his 24th birthday on New Year’s Eve last year. A photo from the summer shows Max puffing on a cigarette in the garden, alongside the rebellious caption: “Smoking is clinically proven to be bad for your lungs, hairline, fertility, heart etc. I have none of the above so here’s a photo of me smoking x”. An arty black and white pic of him smoking earlier in the year was simply captioned: “Portrait mode bangs ya know.” The star also enjoys skateboarding, uploading photos of himself skating down a pathway in on-trend ripped jeans and a white T-shirt. Max also enjoys skateboarding The star looked effortlessly cool as he posed with his board Max is good friends with former EastEnders star Danny-Boy Hatchard Before joining EastEnders, Max was already close friends with ex cast member Danny-Boy Hatchard, who played Lee Carter in the soap. The two men enjoyed various nights out on the town together, with Max posting several photos of himself with Danny-Boy, who he referred to as his “brother”. Before finding fame in the soap, Max starred in popular BBC drama Waterloo Road, playing Justin Fitzgerald in the programme’s final series between 2014 and 2015. He made his ‘Enders debut in April this year, with Ben returning to Albert Square with Lola Pearce and their daughter Lexi. The star enjoys nights out with his friends Bad boy Ben set a hitman on Billy Mitchell [bc_video video_id=”6039474577001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”EastEnders Ben Mitchell pays a hitman to kill his Uncle Billy”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this week, fans were left panicked when Ben was shown handing over a wad of cash to a hitman, paying him to kill off Billy after Billy told his dad Phil Mitchell that Ben was out to get him. The character initially had fans thinking that he was meeting a mystery man for sex after he received a text message and told his friends “booty calls”. His brother, Jay Brown, warned Ben to be safe as he told him “I hope it’s not an axe murderer” – and it was only when the scene cut to Ben in an alleyway with the killer that Jay’s words got a whole new meaning. Handing over a huge wad of cash, Ben told the assassin: “I want blaze of glory, the more tragic better.” However, Billy had picked up his two young children from school when the attack was due to take place – meaning that the hitman accidentally rode into schoolboy William, leaving him fighting for his life. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
24 May 19
The Sun
MAX Bowden has made his mark on EastEnders since he joined as the new Ben Mitchell earlier this year, with the 24-year-old actor the sixth person to play the troubled character over the years. It is fair to say that Max has brought out Ben’s evil streak since joining the BBC One soap, with fans being left horrified earlier this week when his plan to kill off Billy Mitchell ended in disaster, leaving Billy’s young son William fighting for his life. Max is partial to the odd cigarette And although Max’s real life is a far cry from the Walford bad boy, and he certainly doesn’t have any murder convictions under his belt like his soap opera alter ego, Max’s day-to-day isn’t as squeaky clean as it could be. The young star enjoys a busy life of partying, smoking, and enjoying the occasional tipple – and even has his villainous pose in a pair of dark sunglasses down to a T when he is off-screen. Posing for a photo with his co-star Danny Walters [Keanu Taylor] back in March, Max looked effortlessly cool as he smirked in a pair of shades while clutching onto an Academy Award. With his jacket buttoned up to the neck, and Danny beside him holding onto a Bafta, the two certainly make an impressive pair. Max looked cool in his shades as he posed with an Oscar The actor enjoys boozy outings with pals Max donned the trademark shades again last month, posing outside of a pub with a group of male friends holding beers. All of the men are looking dapper in smart suits, with Max front and centre as he peers over his glasses into the camera. Another snap shows Max with his “squad” in Las Vegas, holding onto what appears to be a cocktail as he grins in an oversized, white shirt that he has left unbuttoned – teasing a glimpse of his toned torso. The actor is joined by two stunning female pals as they enjoy their time in Sin City. The star also enjoyed a trip to Sin City Max’s Instagram is full of trips to the pub He has posted several snaps of himself puffing on a cig He celebrated his birthday with a bottle of champers There are multiple other pictures of Max enjoying nights out in the pub with his friends, and a festive Christmas snap shows the hunk holding a bottle of champagne to celebrate his 24th birthday on New Year’s Eve last year. A photo from the summer shows Max puffing on a cigarette in the garden, alongside the rebellious caption: “Smoking is clinically proven to be bad for your lungs, hairline, fertility, heart etc. I have none of the above so here’s a photo of me smoking x”. An arty black and white pic of him smoking earlier in the year was simply captioned: “Portrait mode bangs ya know.” The star also enjoys skateboarding, uploading photos of himself skating down a pathway in on-trend ripped jeans and a white T-shirt. Max also enjoys skateboarding The star looked effortlessly cool as he posed with his board Max is good friends with former EastEnders star Danny-Boy Hatchard Before joining EastEnders, Max was already close friends with ex cast member Danny-Boy Hatchard, who played Lee Carter in the soap. The two men enjoyed various nights out on the town together, with Max posting several photos of himself with Danny-Boy, who he referred to as his “brother”. Before finding fame in the soap, Max starred in popular BBC drama Waterloo Road, playing Justin Fitzgerald in the programme’s final series between 2014 and 2015. He made his ‘Enders debut in April this year, with Ben returning to Albert Square with Lola Pearce and their daughter Lexi. The star enjoys nights out with his friends Bad boy Ben set a hitman on Billy Mitchell [bc_video video_id=”6039474577001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”EastEnders Ben Mitchell pays a hitman to kill his Uncle Billy”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this week, fans were left panicked when Ben was shown handing over a wad of cash to a hitman, paying him to kill off Billy after Billy told his dad Phil Mitchell that Ben was out to get him. The character initially had fans thinking that he was meeting a mystery man for sex after he received a text message and told his friends “booty calls”. His brother, Jay Brown, warned Ben to be safe as he told him “I hope it’s not an axe murderer” – and it was only when the scene cut to Ben in an alleyway with the killer that Jay’s words got a whole new meaning. Handing over a huge wad of cash, Ben told the assassin: “I want blaze of glory, the more tragic better.” However, Billy had picked up his two young children from school when the attack was due to take place – meaning that the hitman accidentally rode into schoolboy William, leaving him fighting for his life. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
24 May 19
Pixel Revolution Films /

Last Friday 7 DAYS – THE STORY OF BLIND DAVE HEELEY was screened at South and City College Birmingham. We have worked with students from South and City College over the course of several years on various projects, and it’s always been a pleasure to have them on set. It’s very exciting to have the […]

24 May 19
The Game Fanatics

What’s good, Fanatics?! We’re almost half way through the year, and this month has flown by rather quickly. These are the games you don’t want to miss for May’s PlayStation Plus members. Let’s check it out! What Remains of Edith Finch The first game we have up is What Remains of Edith Finch. This action […]

24 May 19
Suicide Widow

Yesterday was my wedding anniversary. I would have been married 21 years. Some might say ‘well what’s the issue you didn’t want to spend the rest of your life with him anyway’. Doesn’t matter, that’s irrelevant, I hadn’t stopped caring for him, I hadn’t stopped loving him, I certainly did not want him dead, but […]

24 May 19
LezWatch.TV

This week on Queer Beats, we watched the first Batwoman trailer, many of our favorite shows got picked up for a new season, and the new Vida season dropped!

24 May 19
The Australian

Jodie Comer recalls being ­starstruck three times, and this trio, it’s fair to say, are a rum bunch: Helen Mirren, newsreader ­Trevor McDonald and the bloke who played Sinbad in the old British soap Brookside, which was based in Liverpool. Now, you might find it easy to rank these, but the 26-year-old breakout star of last year’s breakout hit, the comic thriller Killing Eve, isn’t so sure. After all, spotting Sinbad was a big deal for the young Comer, who is a proud Scouser to the core; and she didn’t even dare go up to the ITN news legend when she ­spotted him at an awards ceremony. “Do you know what I mean?” she says in her broad Liverpool accent, of which there’s no trace in the show. “It’s not every day you see ­Trevor McDonald!”

24 May 19
Everything Horror - Official Podcast Website

Life is Strange: Dust is an ongoing officially licensed comic series based on Life is Strange by Titan Comics that was launched on November 14, 2018. Originally a four-part miniseries, it is set one year after the events of the original Life is Strange, and is a continuation to the “Sacrifice” ending. The series is written by Emma Vieceli with interior art by Claudia Leonardi […]

24 May 19
The Cinemaholic

‘Big Daddy’ follows Sonny Koufax (portrayed by Adam Sandler), a lazy law school grad, who adopts a kid to impress his girlfriend, Vanessa (played by Kristy Swanson). However, things do not go as planned and he becomes the unlikely foster father. The film has a compassionate narrative that tells a wonderful, heartwarming story of friendship. […]