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Damian Barr : So this just happened….Ben Whishaw. My interview with him will go out on #FrontRow on August 7 pic.twitter.com/WYczor7yzI (23 July 2014) [x]

Front Row - Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music (Interview: Thursday, 7 August, 7:15pm)

whishawnews:

Damian Barr : So this just happened….Ben Whishaw. My interview with him will go out on #FrontRow on August 7 pic.twitter.com/WYczor7yzI (23 July 2014) [x]

Front Row - Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music (Interview: Thursday, 7 August, 7:15pm)

The Paddington Trail

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Today VisitLondon.com, the NSPCC and STUDIOCANAL announced The Paddingon Trail, 50 Paddington Bear statues will be placed across the captial, each with its own unique design as created by a host of artists, designers and celebrities. The statues will be found in Museums, parks, in shops and at landmarks. The Paddington Trail will celebrate the capitals art, culture and innovation in advance of…

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hypable:

Paddington producer David Heyman has revealed who will voice Paddington Bear following the departure of Colin Firth.

The bear will now be voiced by Ben Whishaw, best known to moviegoing audiences as Q in the latest James Bond film Skyfall.
Speaking to The Daily Mail, Heyman says that Firth left the project after they agreed that the actor couldn’t find the right tone in his voice for the plush animal.
“He was saying: ‘Are you sure I’m right?’ He was way ahead of us,” Heyman tells the publication. “Colin was brilliant, but his voice was, ultimately, too mature.”
Read more at Hypable.com

hypable:

Paddington producer David Heyman has revealed who will voice Paddington Bear following the departure of Colin Firth.

The bear will now be voiced by Ben Whishaw, best known to moviegoing audiences as Q in the latest James Bond film Skyfall.

Speaking to The Daily Mail, Heyman says that Firth left the project after they agreed that the actor couldn’t find the right tone in his voice for the plush animal.

“He was saying: ‘Are you sure I’m right?’ He was way ahead of us,” Heyman tells the publication. “Colin was brilliant, but his voice was, ultimately, too mature.”

Read more at Hypable.com