Here’s the new Dad’s army trailer with Bill Nighy as Sergeant Wilson. The film has a release date on the 5th of February.
Bill Nighy finally returns to the stage in his hometown London. Bill Nighy, Carey Mulligan and Matthew Beard will star in a production of David Hare’s Skylight directed by Stephen Daldry. The play opens at Wyndham’s Theatre on 18 June 2014 (previews from 6 June).
Tickets are on sale already, you can
buy your tickets here!
About Time by Richard Curtis and with Bill Nighy is about to have its release in the UK and there are lots of news items about it floading the internet. Here are some handpicked ones.
The Huffington Post has a great interview with Bill Nighy about the film, and how it made him think about his own life: Bill Nighy Calls Richard Curtis Rom-Com ‘About Time’ His Own Wake-Up Call
BBC News has a very nice article about About Time.
And for those interested, here are some good stills from About time.
British actor Bill Nighy says he was offered the role of the Doctor, but he turned it down because it “comes with too much baggage.”
Just imagine what that could have been like, Bill Nighy as Dr. Who. Well that is not going to happen, but Bill Nighy did feature in one of the Dr. Who episodes of series 5 about Vincent van Gogh.
[You can still get it here: Doctor Who – Series 5, Volume 4]
Richard Curtis and Bill Nighy are reunited again in new rom-com About Time. And how can that not be a good thing? Add to that the talented Domhnall Gleeson and I think we finally have another rom-com worth seeing. And the Independent and The Telegraph not slaughtering the film, I think we have something to look forward too.
Bill Nighy – is singing again! This time it is for the Starlight Charity. Bill is donating all of his royalties from the Arthur Christmas song which will help Starlight brighten the lives of seriously and terminally ill children. Here are the links to download the songs from Amazon en iTunes:
Please download the song – you’ll have a singing Bill and are supporting a great cause.
Spread the word and happy holidays!
Francis Wyndam’s three subtle stories of desire and yearning during the dark days of the second world war are matchless in tone and nuance. They centre on the young and old, on those upstairs and downstairs, on those living in town and country…
1.The Facts of Life
Young Newton never settled at the school, then he has to see the
headmaster about a rather delicate subject…
Read by Bill Nighy
Producer Duncan Minshull.
Tuesday the 10th of August, 15.30 – BBC 4 (and on Listen Again for a week afterwards).