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Robbie Williams Musical Underway; Michael Gracey Rounds Cast With Jonno Davies, Steve Pemberton, Alison Steadman

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Principal photography has begun on Better Man, and Deadline has the first image from production. This is the musical feature film based on the life of singer Robbie Williams, with Australian filmmaker Michael Gracey at the helm. Gracey’s debut film, The Greatest Showman, grossed over $435M at the global box office. Williams makes his feature debut playing one of the iterations of himself, of which there are several. Another is played by rising UK star Jonno Davies (Hunters, Kingsman: The Secret Service), who plays Williams throughout his younger adult life, with British stage...
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Good Omens Season 2 Adds Derek Jacobi, Mark Gatiss, and Steve Pemberton

Good Omens Season 2 Adds Derek Jacobi, Mark Gatiss, and Steve Pemberton. The second season of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens is still in production, and some familiar faces will reunite with Michael Sheen and David Tennant’s Aziraphale and Crowley. Deadline is reporting that Derek Jacobi will reprise his role as Metatron, the voice of God. Additionally, Mark Gatiss and Steve Pemberton will be back as the enigmatic booksellers, Harmony and Glozier. Good Omens season 2.
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Inside No 9: An Evening with Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith review – small talk, big laughs

‘If you’re going to cry, cry tears of laughter,” they sing. “Your funny bone can never break in two.” The lyrics are from an Inside No 9 episode looking back at the lives of an old school, end-of-the-pier double act. But they’re recycled in this evening-with tour, in which creators Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith answer soft-bat questions about the making of that show. In essence, it’s a behind-the-scenes chat for fans of the series. But the underscore is a hymn to the pair’s friendship, as slide shows unspool of their lives in front of and behind the camera, and as they rise from their armchairs to perform song-and-dance set pieces that wouldn’t make an end-of-the-pier double act blush.
NME

‘Inside No. 9’ stars Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton to tour UK in December

Inside No.9 creators Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton have announced a UK tour starting in December. The tour, titled Inside No.9: An Evening With Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, will see the pair chat with Mark Salisbury, author of The Insider’s Guide To Inside No.9, at venues across the country.
The Independent

Richard Ayoade and Steve Pemberton swear at Bafta TV Awards

Presenter Richard Ayoade and actor Steve Pemberton caused controversy at Sunday’s Bafta TV Awards by swearing before the 9pm watershed. After a nervous Paul Mescal gave an acceptance speech for his Leading Actor victory, Ayoade jokingly called the Normal People star a “b******.”. Pemberton’s slip-up came as his anthology series...
Empire

Inside No. 9: Reece Shearsmith And Steve Pemberton Talk Series 6 Episodes – Exclusive Image

Across five series, a chilling Christmas special, and a knockout Halloween episode that broadcast live in the moment, Inside No. 9 continues to be one of the smartest, most satisfying shows on TV. Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton’s anthology show presents a series of one-off 30-minute stories taking all kinds of different shapes – comedies, horrors, thrillers, affecting dramas (or all of the above), some grounded, some campy or theatrical, and always unexpected. Now the duo is back with Series 6 on the BBC, dishing up six brand new twist-filled tales. “It feels like we’ve got six new ideas we haven’t done,” Shearsmith tells Empire of the upcoming series in the new issue. “Tonally, there’s a very silly, slapstick one, and then we’ve got far more psychological stories.”