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Toby Jones: Funeral held following river death

The funeral has been held of a man who died after falling in the River Severn in Shrewsbury. Toby Jones, 31, died after being pulled from the water on 1 April. The service was held at Shrewsbury Abbey. Last week, it emerged Shropshire Council will review safety along the Severn...
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Want To Be A Hero? Donate A Kidney And Save The World… For Toby Jones (Not THAT Toby Jones) | Charity Post

Donate a kidney, save the world… of local indie music lovers! James Tobin Jones of My Day At The Races, Cul-de-sac Saints, The Mervs, Toby Jones and the Jones Tones, and Short Shorts NEEDS A KIDNEY! The multi-talented bassist/guitarist has been a staple of some of the biggest local hits in Clarksvegas (and other places) history! Oh, Clarksvegas is Clarksville, TN. That’s where I met Toby way back around 2000-2001, and it’s where out unlikely bromance began. I may be biased here, but let’s examine why the dude not only NEEDS a kidney, but DESERVES a kidney.
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Colin Firth, Toby Jones, And More Join Sam Mendes' Empire Of Light

Sam Mendes is assembling the cast of his next film, and even though it hasn't actually been made yet, it already sounds like an awards contender in-the-making. The "1917" director's latest project is titled "Empire of Light," and we previously learned that Olivia Colman and Michael Ward would star. Now "Empire of Light" has added several additional actors, including Colin Firth, Crystal Clarke, Tanya Moodie, and Toby Jones, per Deadline.
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‘Empire Of Light’: Colin Firth, Toby Jones, Crystal Clarke & Tanya Moodie Join Sam Mendes’ Searchlight Pictures Drama

EXCLUSIVE: Colin Firth (Operation Mincemeat, Mothering Sunday), Toby Jones (The Electrical Life of Louis Wain, First Cow) Crystal Clarke (Sanditon, The Electrical Life of Louis Wain) and Tanya Moodie (Motherland, A Discovery of Witches) have signed on to star alongside Olivia Colman and Micheal Ward in Empire of Light, the drama from Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes, which marks his follow-up to 2020 Best Picture nominee 1917. While the Searchlight Pictures title’s plot is being kept under wraps, it’s billed as a love story set in and around a beautiful old cinema on the South Coast of England in the 1980s. Mendes penned...
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Colin Firth, Toby Jones And Tanya Moodie Join Sam Mendes' Empire Of Light

Back in the distant mists of time that was April of this year, we brought word that Sam Mendes would be following 1917 with a romantic drama called Empire Of Light and immediately approved of at least part of the title. Back then, Olivia Colman was the only person in the cast, but those ranks have since swelled to include the likes of Colin Firth, Toby Jones, Crystal Clarke, Tanya Moodie and Micheal Ward.
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‘The Wonder’: First Look At Florence Pugh In Netflix Period Thriller Filming In Ireland; Tom Burke, Niamh Algar, Toby Jones, More Join

Filming is underway in Ireland on Netflix’s psychological thriller The Wonder, starring Florence Pugh. Sebastian Lelio (A Fantastic Woman) is directing the adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s (Room) novel, with joining cast including Tom Burke, Niamh Algar, Elaine Cassidy, Kíla Lord Cassidy, Toby Jones, Ciarán Hinds, Dermot Crowley, Brían F. O’Byrne  and David Wilmot. Set in The Irish Midlands in 1862, the story follows a young girl who stops eating but remains miraculously alive and well. English nurse Lib Wright is brought to a tiny village to observe eleven-year old Anna O’Donnell. Tourists and pilgrims mass to witness the girl who is said...
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Toby Jones Revealed In New Indiana Jones 5 Set Pics

Indiana Jones 5 is currently under production, and new set pics have revealed a new cast member in Toby Jones. The Daily Mail posted the pics, which reveal the Captain America: The First Avenger alum at Harrison Ford’s side in a scene. Jones joins a cast that includes Ford, Phoebe...
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Indiana Jones 5 News Roundup – Toby Jones And Morocco Rumor

Some Indiana Jones 5 news dropped on Friday, sadly too late for me to cover at that point. Toby Jones is in Indiana Jones 5. Previously some blurry images were claimed to be of British actor Toby Jones, though it was hard to tell. However these latest images captured by The Daily Mail make it very clear Jones is in Indy 5. Check them out courtesy of @Barnett_College below.
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Harrison Ford Teams Up With Toby Jones In Latest ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Set Photos

A new batch of set photos from the Indiana Jones 5 production feature a great look at Harrison Ford and Toby Jones in the upcoming adventure. This week is a special one for the Indiana Jones franchise. Not only did filming on the latest installment start over in the United Kingdom, but Saturday also marks the 40th anniversary of the film that started it all: Raiders of the Lost Ark. We already got a look at Harrison Ford back as Indy alongside Kathleen Kennedy, but we now have an even better look at his return with a new cast member.
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INDIANA JONES 5: Explosive New Set Photos Emerge As CAPTAIN AMERICA: TFA Actor Toby Jones Joins Cast

The Daily Mail has shared an explosive new batch of set photos from the Scotland set of Disney and Lucasfilm's upcoming Indiana Jones 5, offering our best look yet at the returning Harrison Ford (Blade Runner 2049; Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker) as the titular archaeologist, and it looks like he will indeed be de-aged for some key sequences.
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Mark Wahlberg in Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Infinite’: Film Review. Mark Wahlberg plays a man who discovers his schizophrenic visions are actually memories from past lives just in time to save humanity in Antoine Fuqua's high-octane sci-fi thriller. Lesley Manville, Roger Deakins, Toby Jones Named on U.K’s New Year Honours List. Lesley...
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Danny Boy review – the tremendous Toby Jones deserves all the awards

Good Lord, Toby Jones is tremendous, isn’t he? It’s absurd that he’s only got the one Bafta, when he should have all the Baftas, plus all the Emmys and the Oscars, too. The vivid humanity he brings to every role – as open-hearted Lance in Detectorists, as a semi-mystical football mascot in Marvellous, as a status-hungry banker in Capital – is always remarkable; in this one-off factual drama, it becomes essential. Danny Boy (BBC Two) carefully lights the way through a particularly opaque patch in the fog of war, illuminating the contemporary workings of the British military and government in the process.
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Toby Jones: ‘Nobody is just one thing’

From Chekhov to Capote to Harry Potter, Toby Jones is one of our most brilliantly versatile actors. So why do people keep trying to tell him who he is?. I approach the café from the station side, and there’s Toby Jones under the awning. With anxious charm, he doffs his hat. It’s a week since London reopened for outdoor socialising after another lockdown and we are not yet quite OK: there is graffiti by the gates about a totalitarian regime; an abandoned face mask flies from a tree. Despite doomy weather we have decided to meet in Jones’s local park – it’s a novelty still, the thrill of communicating in person. A pleasure.
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