Look at this cast!!!!!!

The film is the eighth cinema adaptation of the tale, which is set in 1860s New England in the aftermath of the American Civil War and explores the lives of the March sisters. Gerwig reunites with her Lady Bird stars Saoirse Ronan (who plays Jo), Timothée Chalamet (Laurie) and Tracy Letts (who plays a publisher). Joining them are Meryl Streep as Aunt March, Laura Dern as Marmee and Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen as Meg, Amy and Beth.FacebookTwitterPinterest Sarah Polley was originally set to direct in 2016, but Gerwig was brought in as a replacement, and has redrafted Polley’s script. Watson replaces … Continue reading Look at this cast!!!!!!


The film, which marks Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, centers around two high-achieving high school pals, Molly (Feldstein) and Amy (Kaitlyn Dever), who attempt to cram four years of fun into the night before their graduation. Amy identifies as a lesbian, but it’s not the entirety of her story. BOOKSMART Trailer (2019) starring: Kaitlyn Dever, Beanie Feldstein, Billie Lourd, Lisa Kudrow, Jason Sudeikis “Our friends who identify as queer, it’s like the fifth thing you would mention about them, if not the fifteenth. It’s never the first thing you would mention about them in real life. I think it was exciting to … Continue reading Booksmart

Which character are you?

One of the funniest stories I’ve ever heard in my life, delivered by the most amazing Amy Poehler; Who is your fighter? Okay so I like to plan things…I flushed my phone down the toilet and so all the trip is ruined now.   Get me some gloves, I’m gonna look in that toilet.   You know, maybe it’s in your bag   I need a new phone too!   Y’all this is my worst nightmare (whilst drinking wine)   Continue reading Which character are you?

Years and Years

Finally, it’s been announced, the new drama from the Master himself, Russell T Davies is coming to your telly on 14 May!!!! I am so very excited about this, as I had the opportunity to watch already the first episode at the BFI Radio and Television Festival in April. My review of Years and Years is the following: It is bloody fantastic, you should all watch it!! What is Years and Years? If you ask me, I would say that it’s a spiced up family drama, with some extraordinary elements of a political series, stirred with a dash of dystopian … Continue reading Years and Years

Radio & Film Festival, London, April 2019

The very best of British Television gathered for a weekend at the BFI Southbank in London. There were various panels, special screenings, Q&As and of course, many stars. I’ve attended ‘From the BFI Archive – David Bowie’ screening which was a collection of clips featuring David Bowie performing and in conversation. John Wilson is a British journalist who joined this screening and shared some of his personal stories about David Bowie. Check out this video of what John Wilson and his co-host (the person who put this montage together) had to say about Bowie and the process of collecting unique … Continue reading Radio & Film Festival, London, April 2019