There is nothing like seeing Adele live. Just yesterday she performed for the first time ever live at the BBC, her international smash Hello. And it was glorious! Here’s good-sized snipppet of the performance, the full version which will be rolled-out soon.
Check it out below:
XL Recordings release 25 by Adele on Friday, November 20, 2015.
Although his introduction to North Americans in 2001’s Glitter wasn’t such a fair start (even though I saw it 13 times!), Max Beesley has returned to the same City that Film was made, Toronto. A bona fide Musician and Actor, Beesley has made a name for himself on British Television on popular series such as BBC‘s Hotel Babylon, Sky1‘s Mad Dogs and now USA Network‘s acclaimed Suits.
The Actor who is based now out of Los Angeles, only recently was cast in the upcoming third season of Suits as Stephen Huntley and after a couple weeks of work, he returned back home this past weekend for some rest and relaxation. Beesley arrived back at his Hotel to stop for Photos with a few Fans and was amazingly nice, multitasking a goodbye to his Driver with some Autographs. “Who else is staying here? Surely you can’t be waiting just for The Beesley!”, he says humbly. Uh, actually we were. Noticing how cold it got in the City since he left last week, the massive Manchester United Fan himself rushed back in quickly, telling us to stay warm.
See our Snap:
Suits continues to film around Toronto till the end of October. Season Three premieres Tuesday, July 16, 2013.
I absolutely must see this. BBC and Science Channel currently are producing a Film about the 1986 Challenger Disaster which saw seven Astronauts – including the first ever Female Teacher in Space – killed in the Explosion. I recall that Tragedy so vividly, watching it replayed repeatedly on the News as a Kid and remember feeling deeply saddened that day in January. The thick trail of clouds and smoke behind the Shuttle, before it burst into flames in the sky; the Cameras panning on Onlookers comforting one another as the situation completely was beyond their control.
Cast in the Movie, which still is untitled, are William Hurt, Bruce Greenwood, Kevin McNally, Eve Best and Henry Goodman. British TV Director James Hawes will be helming the Project, which focuses more on uncovering the Truth about what caused the Explosion versus the actual Disaster itself. Intriguing.
Although I will warn that not everyone wants to re-live this memory, here is a Video from CNN of the Challenger Launch: