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  2. https://geektyrant.com/news/thomas-jane-set-to-star-in-the-action-thriller-relentless
  3. Aww - I was hoping for solid news on this……..ah well, I’m sure it’ll be worth waiting for
  4. Our Renegades are just unstoppable at the moment aren’t they? I’d not heard about this one, happy to be informed though!
  5. Dears, this is old news but I can’t find it around here. Please excuse if this is posted twice. * EXCLUSIVE: Renegade Entertainment, the production company co-founded by Courtney Lauren Penn and Thomas Jane, has optioned Chuck Hustmyre’s feature screenplay Relentlessand will develop and produce the project as a starring vehicle for Jane. Pic is an action thriller following a former U.S. Army Green Beret (Jane) who, after smugglers steal his boat and leave him for dead, gets caught between warring crime gangs as he fights to save the life of a young girl. Hustmyre spent 22 years in law enforcement and retired as a special agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF). During his career he specialized in violent crime, narcotics, and fugitive investigations. He previously wrote the Momentum Pictures action film Disturbing the Peace, starring Guy Pearce, and the Lionsgate films House of the Rising Sun starring Dave Bautista and End of a Gun starring Steven Seagal.* https://deadline.com/2021/04/thomas-jane-star-produce-action-thriller-relentless-1234734767/
  6. Hello Geoff, any news for us about The Lycan publication date? It’ll be amazing I’m sure.
  7. *Redbox Entertainment, the original content division of kiosk vendor Redbox, on Sept. 16 announced it will release western actioner The Last Son digitally on Dec. 10. In a deal with the movie’s producer Decal, Redbox will have on-demand access on the same day as the film’s theatrical debut. The Last Son stars Sam Worthington, Colson Baker (a.k.a. musician Machine Gun Kelly), Thomas Jane and Heather Graham.* So warriors… Dec. 10th it is !
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  9. So the cat’s out of the bag now! What news can you officially give us Geoff?
  10. Gail

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    Ha! Knew it! The perks of being on the inside I guess? Seriously though Geoff, if someone had told you ten years ago that this is where you’d be and what you’d be doing now, exactly how much would you have laughed?
  11. Gail

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    Have you seen this yet Geoff? Or is it on your ‘to watch’ list?
  12. Its quite violent but not the best result for the effort put in.
  13. Geoff

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    22nd Oct agataalexander_20210909_040328_0.mp4
  14. For what it’s worth : please keep in mind that I do have a strong French accent… so my guess is, it’ll sound more like « scownz » than anything else !
  15. Oh dear - we’ll have to agree to differ on that one……. I won’t hold it against you though!
  16. Excellent! Didn’t know that! I just noticed I belong to the “loan” fraction
  17. Ah yes - the Great British Scone debate! Well, the long and short of it is that some people pronounce it to rhyme with ‘gone’ and some to rhyme with ‘loan’ - each side is adamant that they’re right but it’s always a good argument starter! Don’t even get me started on the whole teacake/bread cake/bap debate!!! That could start a civil war!
  18. Interesting! I do not know what you mean but would be happy to “hear” about it, if it’s possible to explain in writing.
  19. Well Dire Straits is as good a reason as any! I’m glad you enjoyed your time with us and we’ve given you some good memories. We are a pretty mixed bunch aren’t we? I agree with what you say about being a totally different culture despite being neighbours but I think that’s a good thing, makes travel interesting. And yes, scones are good but did you get into the pronunciation dilemma??
  20. On your place I would try to solve this problem itself.
  21. Hey Gail, I had time to think about that question my conclusion is that it all comes down to Mark Knopfler and his guitar! In 91, Calling Elvis was aired for the first time and I was in awe. I was 13 years old and it corresponded to my first English lessons at school. Translating all the lyrics and reading his biography was my motivation. I needed to learn fast. Also, my cousin (8 years older than me) was spending 6 months as an Erasmus in London and I got to visit him. That weekend of freedom and pub visits opened a door I never wanted to close again. So within the next 4 years I’ve spent weeks of summer holidays in Cambridge, Bristol, Chesterfield (my hostess family was a teen mom with a now 5 years old child and she and her friends spent several evenings per week smoking pot… I was listening and learning but didn’t smoke. It was … interesting) and then Bristol again. All in all as I grew to get to know UK and the English people I noticed that what I love is this feeling of being soooo far away despite our countries being neighbours. The mixture of tradition and complete sartorial innovation. And I am an introvert that suffers from heat. So despite my other very soft spot for Italy and Italian culture, my choice is made. Plus you have Triumph bikes. And scones
  22. Ooh - not pulling any punches then!!!
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