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(Deadline)   David Tennant and Michael Sheen are reteaming for a lockdown comedy set to air on BBC   (deadline.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Theatre, BBC, Good Omens stars David Tennant, Doctor Who, Comedy, Michael Sheen, West End theatre, ITV  
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2020-05-22 7:33:26 PM  
Weird.  I had a dream last night that I met Tennant.  We were sitting next to one another on a couch and I started snuggling with him.  I mentioned I was glad a took a shower, then said "I made it weird, didn't I?"
 
2020-05-22 10:11:37 PM  
They work well against each other. I would watch it :)
 
2020-05-22 10:15:04 PM  
Wesley Snipes
 
2020-05-22 10:28:20 PM  
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2020-05-22 11:58:49 PM  
They were too good together in Good Omens not to pair them up again. I didn't expect them to do another project this soon, but I've got no complaints.
 
2020-05-23 2:15:06 AM  

EdgeRunner: They were too good together in Good Omens not to pair them up again. I didn't expect them to do another project this soon, but I've got no complaints.


That's him in Good Omens ? Damn, the last thing I saw him in was "Prodigal son". Dude got some motherloving range.
 
2020-05-23 2:57:18 AM  

EdgeRunner: They were too good together in Good Omens not to pair them up again. I didn't expect them to do another project this soon, but I've got no complaints.


Desperate times?

I would take a 6 episode  mini series. Short and sweet is better that long and drawn out.
 
2020-05-23 4:10:20 AM  

padraig: EdgeRunner: They were too good together in Good Omens not to pair them up again. I didn't expect them to do another project this soon, but I've got no complaints.

That's him in Good Omens ? Damn, the last thing I saw him in was "Prodigal son". Dude got some motherloving range.


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2020-05-23 5:25:28 AM  
As a Sheenant fan I am ecstatic!!!
 
2020-05-23 5:33:31 AM  
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2020-05-23 1:51:09 PM  

Iggie: padraig: EdgeRunner: They were too good together in Good Omens not to pair them up again. I didn't expect them to do another project this soon, but I've got no complaints.

That's him in Good Omens ? Damn, the last thing I saw him in was "Prodigal son". Dude got some motherloving range.

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And who can forget his "How did this guy sneak into the movie?" Bowie-like nightclub owner from Tron: Legacy? It's like he strolled in, looked at the script, and said "Yes, this is all very nice, but I'll just be doing my own thing, thanks."

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2020-05-23 7:02:27 PM  
EdgeRunner:

And who can forget his "How did this guy sneak into the movie?" Bowie-like nightclub owner from Tron: Legacy? It's like he strolled in, looked at the script, and said "Yes, this is all very nice, but I'll just be doing my own thing, thanks."

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His scenes and the Daft Punk reveal were the highlights of the film for me. Should have let him ad lib the entire two hours with them as a techno assist and I wouldn't have missed the rest. He's delightful.
 
2020-05-24 2:00:37 AM  

zeroeffect: EdgeRunner:

And who can forget his "How did this guy sneak into the movie?" Bowie-like nightclub owner from Tron: Legacy? It's like he strolled in, looked at the script, and said "Yes, this is all very nice, but I'll just be doing my own thing, thanks."

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His scenes and the Daft Punk reveal were the highlights of the film for me. Should have let him ad lib the entire two hours with them as a techno assist and I wouldn't have missed the rest. He's delightful.


I still can't imagine how anyone watched him on set and thought "Yeah, this guy with all the charisma and energy, let's keep him as a minor side character and bump him off early. We sure don't want to expand his role and keep him around, audiences hate being entertained."
 
2020-05-24 9:47:01 AM  

EdgeRunner: zeroeffect: EdgeRunner:

And who can forget his "How did this guy sneak into the movie?" Bowie-like nightclub owner from Tron: Legacy? It's like he strolled in, looked at the script, and said "Yes, this is all very nice, but I'll just be doing my own thing, thanks."

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His scenes and the Daft Punk reveal were the highlights of the film for me. Should have let him ad lib the entire two hours with them as a techno assist and I wouldn't have missed the rest. He's delightful.

I still can't imagine how anyone watched him on set and thought "Yeah, this guy with all the charisma and energy, let's keep him as a minor side character and bump him off early. We sure don't want to expand his role and keep him around, audiences hate being entertained."


it also kills your sequel potentials
 
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