Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Further Adventures Pt.11 - No.1260

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russell tovey
russelltovy: RT @Sherlockology: Our SPOILER FREE review of #Sherlock S2E2 - The Hounds of Baskerville
katie eary
katieeary: @russelltovey meee! tres excited Tovey! XXX
russell tovey
russelltovey: @katieeary :-) x x

russell tovey
russelltovey: Who's seen the movie 'Another earth?' I completely and utterly loved it!! A defo must watch from me x

Saw Lady
SawLady: @russelltovey Did you like the musical saw scene in Another Earth? Music from it is on the composer's website…
russell tovey
russelltovey: @SawLady it was incredible!!!!! You are very gifted :-) x
russell tovey

russelltovey: RT @GrabbersMovie The Movie Grabbers makes Dark Horizons' Notable Films of 2012.
Opens: 2012
Cast: Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Russell Tovey, Lalor Roddy, David Pearse
Director: Jon Wright
Analysis: A fun low-budget Irish indie sci-fi monster movie set on an island off the coast, this is pure creature feature - think "Waking Ned Devine" meets "Deep Rising" with eccentric characters, lewd jokes, dead whales, decapitated fishermen and Lovecraftian squid monsters.
"Prince of Persia" star Coyle plays a small town alcoholic cop who joins forces with his straight-laced colleague (Bradley) in a battle to protect the local community from the "tentacled, fang-jawed, barb-tongued creatures' from the deep known as Grabbers".
The only survivor was someone whose blood alcohol level was so high he was literally toxic to the creatures, so the entire village has to get as pissed as possible to survive the night, except for Coyle's character who'll have to be sober for the first time in years.
The cast is mostly unknowns aside from that sexy hunk and much loved "Being Human" and "Little Dorrit" favourite Russell Tovey. The Sundance Film Festival obviously liked the look of it as well, scheduling it for the Park City at Midnight section.

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Sebastian Greeves
sebsw: @russelltovey not gonna lie, this looks a LOT like you. It isn't, right?
russell tovey
russelltovey: @sebsw yes it's me... ;-)


Above: A not very up-to-date piece of journalism from today’s Western Mail. This is cutting edge Welsh journalism - NOT! Russell has been out for about 17 years!

russell tovey
russelltovey: Today I am feeling a combination of jet lag and sexy x
James Ellis
JamesEllis66: RUSSELL - you are now following me on twitter! i think you are like my second follower....i've not managed to tweet anything yet. x
russell tovey
russelltovey: @JamesEllis66 well start tweeting PJ.. And get a photo up! I also still have Ben's penguin coat x
mattycurry: @peacockpete @russelltovey I was thinking Jet Slag.
russell tovey
russelltovey: Jet slag... I like that abbreviation x :-)
russell tovey
russelltovey: Who is gonna be watching Sherlock this Sunday?? X

Tom In Oz ✔
Tom_in_Oz_: @russelltovey In all honesty I can say I WILL NOT SEE SHERLOCK THIS SUNDAY - will have to wait until Monday in Oz!!!!!

MikeyJGall: @russelltovey i very much will just to see your handsome face! Happy New Year Big Balls! x


joooos1: @russelltovey Me! Totally obsessed with #Sherlock. Have been since series 1. Added bonus that you're in it.
Matthew Cain

MatthewCainC4: Trying to write blog post but being distracted by my little princess. Here she is, a bit over-excited to have me home

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With all the talk about Russell being in the upcoming episode of Sherlock his name Twitter trended in England, Italy and Indonesia. Meanwhile two of my Twitter names were trending in Oz for the same reason.

‘The Bill’

Season 18, Episode 76
Aired:  2002
Episode name: “068”

Kieran Elcott sets fire to a garden shed. His father tries to take the blame. There is a bigger story unleashed about the use of drugs amongst the staff at Sun Hill  Police Station. Russell Tovey plays Kieran Elcott in this episode.

Press play and enjoy all 5 segments of this episode which has never been transferred to DVD.


A FluffTail
Tom Markstahler
© 2012
Continued from post No.1258


News of poor sick Ozziebear filtered through to Croydon London in a very roundabout way. Crème de la Hamster who lived with Mark M. Merrett, wasn’t exactly a gossip but he spent many hours on the phone every night. In fact, sometimes he’d run up enormous bills to chat-lines from around the world. Mark had a lot of explaining to do to his parents about some of the numbers that appeared on their phone bills. But Mark always assured his parents it was Crème and not him! *wink*
Crème was on the phone one night and heard that Ozzie was very ill. Crème got the news off some Berlin chat-line at a place called “German Leather Bondage Hamsters.” They had heard via other people, that friend and London expatiate Ozziebear, was very sick with bear flu. On hearing the news, Crème gathered his buddies Sonic and Drogonite for a quick three-way on the floor in the hall...
It wasn’t long before the animals made their plan to send Ozzie a message of love and good wishes. But holding the pens to write the message was going to be a difficult challenge. It was Crème who suddenly realised his leather bonds would finally come in handy!!!
And before long the three of them had prepared a lovely message to send to Oz. 
All they had to do now was wait for Mark to help fax it. But they waited for ages as Mark was on the phone to some chat-line in Thailand…

To be continued...

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