Three well known Hollywood celebrities, Hugh Laurie, Jack Black and Harrison Ford, have put their weight behind Epilepsy New Zealand’s Talk About It! Campaign, appearing on television adverts throughout November and early December, asking everybody to do the same… just talk about.
With the support of Pub Charity, this will be the first time ever that epilepsy and Epilepsy New Zealand will appear on New Zealand screens.
‘Talk About It!’ is a national campaign dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy.
Written By Jon Lachonis on June 14th, 2012 at 1:57 pm
The RoboCop remake is mining TV's best for its leading roles. Joel Kinnaman of The Killing has already signed on to play Alex Murphy, the Detroit cop whose body is illegally harvested to complete the cyborg crime-stopper known as RoboCop. In the original film, the creation of RoboCop is a sort of PR effort by mega-corp OCP (Omni Consumer Products), who are making a bid to buy the city of Detroit. RoboCop is part of their efforts to prove they can quell the emergence of high tech criminals that control much of the...
Hugh Laurie happily sings the blues, USA Today
Let’s face it: Hugh Laurie is probably not the first person who comes to mind when you think of New Orleans.
Yet there the House star is, on PBS, starring in the SeptemberGreat Performances special Hugh Laurie: Let Them Talk – a Celebration of New Orleans Blues. And he won’t just be hosting — he’s singing and playing the piano with Irma Thomas, Tom Jones and Allen Toussaint, among other New Orleans stars. It was, he says, a dream come true.
For the 3rd year running I am going to see Hugh in London in the summer. I have just pre-ordered his second album and cant wait to get it in the post, because if Louisiana Blues was anything to go by the new album should be brilliant - hopefully as good as or better than 'Let them talk' . I think I set for the summer now...... Just could do with him being on tv a bit more :)
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