Category Archives: News

Something Neat – A New Alleyn Novel!

From the Guardian Money in the Morgue is a particular kind of crime novel: a traditional golden age-style crime novel that also falls into the subgenre of “continuation novel”, written by Stella Duffy and featuring Ngaio Marsh’s beloved detective, Inspector … Continue reading

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“About” Page Update (again)!

              At long last, the “About Patrick Malahide” page has been updated with links to new reviews, upcoming projects, and some new grabs.  Go take a look!  🙂

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Patrick Malahide to Return as George Cornelius

Excellent news!  Patrick Malahide will return to a new series of “Luther” as that charming gangster George Cornelius.  From the BBC website: The Golden Globe and SAG Award-winner actor Idris Elba returns to his iconic role as DCI John Luther, … Continue reading

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Patrick Malahide Talks About Ghosts!

On the BBC Radio 4 Podcast “Front Row” (episode link here) they talked a bit about the fascinating subject of theatre ghosts.  Patrick Malahide described a weird and possibly supernatural encounter he had 25 years ago at the Bristol Old … Continue reading

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Mortal Engines Teaser Trailer

Finally! The teaser trailer has been released on YouTube.  It can also be seen at some showings of the new “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” film, but that seems hit and miss.  Right now it is just a teaser trailer, … Continue reading

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Patrick Malahide to Talk About The Changing Spaces of Television Acting

This is super exciting!  On October 6, Patrick Malahide will be taking part in a book launch for Richard Hewett’s “The Changing Spaces of Television Acting” at HOME in Manchester.  Details here.  Quoted from the link: You are invited to … Continue reading

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Patrick Malahide Is Magnus Crome in Mortal Engines

According to IMDB, Patrick Malahide is now listed as Magnus Crome on the Mortal Engines page. So, our initial speculation seems correct.  Crome is a fascinating character, so I’m really looking forward to seeing him on screen.  Patrick Malahide will … Continue reading

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“That’s a Wrap” Mortal Engines Filming Update & Speculation

Warning:  Character links contain spoilers so click with caution. Stuff.co.nz is reporting that “Mortal Engines” has finished filming and is ready for post-production.   So far there hasn’t been any confirmation as to who Patrick Malahide will be playing.  But, I … Continue reading

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“Inspector Alleyn Mysteries” On the List of “The 10 Best Brit Detective Shows, Ever”

I happened across a recent article in The Weekly Standard by Hannah Long, listing “The 10 Best Brit Detective Shows, Ever“.  After some interesting dissing of the upcoming “Murder on the Orient Express” remake (sadly, not the “Minder” version) we … Continue reading

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Something Neat XXXVI: “Drawing on Life for a ‘Topper’ Role” as Rev. Patrick Brontë

Here’s a little blast from the past I found a while ago.  In 2003, Patrick Malahide was interviewed by The Journal about his role as Rev. Patrick Brontë in “In Search of the Brontës” (I’ve previously recapped part 1 and … Continue reading

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