Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:50 on 24 Feb 2015This trailer suggests the TV show deviates wildly from the classic Buzzfeed list article so beloved by millions of share-hungry fans. First the whole Seven Samurai debacle and now this.
Posted by Ed Williamson at 22:00 on 23 Feb 2015
"There's no safer pair of hands in the business than Snipes," said an NBC executive. "If you want someone to show up on time, be content with the modest rider laid on in his trailer and get on famously with the creative team, that's Wesley. That's why I didn't hesitate to personally approve his casting.
"Hot in here, isn't it? I feel like it's hot in here."
Posted by Ed Williamson at 13:30 on 19 Feb 2015
Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:30 on 09 Feb 2015
Posted by Ed Williamson at 15:30 on 01 Feb 2015
"Paid the cost to be the boss," explained Attenborough, smoking a massive cigar in a jacuzzi.
Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:45 on 20 Jan 2015
Posted by Ed Williamson at 21:30 on 16 Jan 2015
"As gingers go, he's probably the best of the lot," admitted viewer Thackeray Fatch. "I liked that thing where he played the man in the war who was good at the war and Dexter Fletcher shouted a bit.
"But adding a beard is aggressively ginger if anything. It's typical of the BBC, pushing their liberal agenda and shoving minorities in our face. This is like how Idris Elba is playing James Bond, or how they've made the Pet Shop Boys Chinese.
"Next thing you know there'll be a Greek reading the news."
Posted by Ed Williamson at 14:00 on 07 Jan 2015
Posted by Ed Williamson, Rob Young, Christopher Ratcliff, Iain Robertson, Ali Gray, Luke Whiston at 16:00 on 31 Dec 2014
Posted by Ed Williamson at 10:00 on 31 Dec 2014
So don't engage in it. Don't expend energy tweeting about her, much less at her. Don't read Huffington Post blogs that affect to be outraged by what she said. To all intents and purposes, she is an actor playing a character. You might as well be furious at Yosemite Sam because he threatened Bugs Bunny with a gun.
If we're going to see out our days on this planet arguing on the internet, we might as well argue with people whose opinions are sincerely held. Like Russell Brand: his political ideas are pretty scattershot, but at least he means them. Or you could protest Paul Dacre, if you're after someone who genuinely holds the same opinions Katie Hopkins pretends to - and profits from them far more - by never clicking a MailOnline link again.
Make the world a slightly better place in 2015 and turn your back. Because if you don't look at her, she doesn't exist.