DOMINIC WEST JOINS
BBC'S SAS: ROGUE HEROES
A few weeks ago I told you that BBC is preparing a mammoth new war series SAS: ROGUE HEROES, a dramatised account of how the world’s greatest Special Forces unit, the SAS, was formed under extraordinary
circumstances in the darkest days of World War Two, and now we have Dominic West joining Connor Swindells, Jack O’Connell and Alfie Allen, in the cast. West will play Lieutenant Colonel Wrangel Clarke. Cairo, 1941. David Stirling (Swindells) - an eccentric young officer, hospitalised after a training exercise went wrong - is bored. Convinced that traditional commando units don’t work, he creates a radical plan that flies in the face of all accepted rules of modern warfare. He fights for permission to recruit the toughest, boldest and brightest soldiers for a small undercover unit that will create mayhem behind enemy lines. More
rebels than soldiers, Stirling’s team are every bit as complicated, flawed and reckless as they are astonishingly brave and heroic. Rich with action and set-pieces, SAS: Rogue Heroes is the exhilarating story of renegade men taking monumental risks in extraordinary circumstances. The six part saga comes from Steven Knight.
|Dominic West has joined the cast of the series|
|Jack O'Connell, Connor Swindells and Alfie Allen will lead the cast|
LONG STORY SHORT TRAILER
WITH RAFE SPALL, JOSH LAWSON
Earlier this week I reported on Rafe Spall shooting a new Josh Lawson directed comedy LONG STORY SHORT, but one of our spylings has alerted us that the movie has not only been shot already but also has a
trailer and is airing in Australian cinemas, so check it out below. Serial procrastinator Teddy (Rafe Spall) thinks he has all the time in the world, but after an odd encounter with a stranger, he wakes up the morning after his wedding to discover that he’s jumped forward a year in his life to his first anniversary. His wife Leanne is now heavily pregnant, with a full year of marriage behind them that he doesn’t remember living. Trapped in a cycle of time jumps, transported another year ahead every few minutes, Teddy is faced with a race against time as his life crumbles around him. With the help of his best friend Sam, Teddy tries to piece together where it all went wrong and, as his life flashes before his eyes, Teddy must learn how to live life in the precious moments to win back the woman he loves, even if it’s just for a second.
|Long Story Short is playing in Australia|
Doesn't he look like Ryan Reynolds on the wedding cake?? These both sound good, although I have to circle back and watch the trailer once I'm home and can have sound.ReplyDelete
It is quite an interesting trailer, actually. I love both Rafe and Lawson.Delete
Love to watch a kind of movies with SAS or special force as background stories....ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing video
Be welcome, Tanza.Delete
I wasn't so sure about it until I saw the trailer, but it does look good. It seems like he'll learn a valuable lesson by the end- not to put off the important things in life and to live in the moment.ReplyDelete
Which, sadly, nobody does as it is very difficult.Delete
So true. Jason and I were watching The Ranch on Netflix tonight and the old dad was talking about how he should have done more in his life instead of work all the time. Jason turned to me and said "I hope I'm not saying those same words to you in 30 years." Thankfully, he's on part-time work now, so I'm hoping it's the start of seeing more of him instead of him working all day, then coming home for dinner then almost immediately falling asleep afterwards.Delete
Yes, to avoid that you should find at least ten minutes of love time a day, which you would spend fully dedicated to each other, just looking at each other, laying next to each other holding hands, caressing each other gently, kissing, bathing each other or massaging, whatever, just something where you are fully aware of each other.Delete
I completely agree. When I had my little mental breakdown a few years back, I made Jason read The 5 Languages of Love so we could get back on track. For me, it's acts of service. You know, making sure my car has gas and is washed, unloading the dish washer so I can just sit after a long day, bringing the laundry up 3 flights of stairs... But for him, it's Physical Touch. He likes to sit on the couch and hold hands while watching tv or while driving in the car, belly rubs as he's falling asleep, and recently he found the joy in soaking in the bath with me with only candlelight and some meditation music on. He's always like, "You want to go take a non-sexual bath together?" LOLDelete
I did read once that you should aim to touch your partner 5 times a day. Something like brushing your hand across their shoulder as you are passing each other in the house, caress their back while standing in line at the grocers, pinch their butt while they are making dinner. Little unexpected touches keeps couples connected and the spark alive.
Yes, that is what I always thought I'd do if I had a partner, always touch your partner while passing each other in the house, always leave everything you doing and go and greet your partner when they enter the house because everybody should enter their own house feeling loved. Just laying next to each other when your partner comes back from work tired or sad. Just exchanging that love and energy. Sadly, I've noone to do this with, but I feel everybody should be doing it.Delete
I think partners should always bathe together, like everyday, it is such an act of love and tenderness.
And I truly hope that you find that partner to share your life and love with some day ♥Delete
Don't think it will ever happen.Delete
Long story short will be fun for the summer when you just want something relaxing and entertaining.ReplyDelete