Category Archives: News

What is Next for Luther and George Cornelius?

The Mirror has a little article up today (June 19, 2019) with the rather lengthy title “Luther season 6: Release date, cast, plot, trailer, Netflix availability.”  Right now there is just a lot of speculation as to what is next … Continue reading

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Mortal Engines DVD & Blu-Ray Release

Mortal Engines which has Patrick Malahide as post-apocalyptic London’s Mayor Magnus Crome will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on March 12.  If you’d like to read our cinema recap, click here.

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Luther Series 5 Given January 1 Start Date

The BBC have confirmed that series 5 of Luther will begin January 1, 2019.  A bit of George Cornelius sounds like a good way to start any year, so that is fantastic news.    They have also released a nice … Continue reading

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The Express on the Return of George Cornelius

The Express has an article  discussing the delightful George Cornelius, who was recently featured in a teaser clip, and his return to”Luther”.  From the article:  A new teaser clip shows the return of a popular character, George Cornelius (played by Patrick Malahide) in … Continue reading

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A Look at Magnus Crome

So here he is: Mayor of London, Magnus Crome in all his glory.  He appears in a new “Mortal Engines” featurette around the 42-second mark alongside Hugo Weaving’s Thaddeus Valentine. It is brilliant to see Patrick Malahide and Hugo Weaving … Continue reading

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New Luther Clip Featuring George Cornelius

The BBC have begun promoting the upcoming series of “Luther” which features Patrick Malahide as that roguish old-school London gangster George Cornelius. This shocking (hee) new clip is fantastic and shows that George is as feisty as ever. His eldest … Continue reading

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New Mortal Engines Trailer — So where is Magnus Crome?

Universal Pictures have started ramping up the promotional work for Mortal Engines and have even dropped a couple of trailers.  Here is trailer #2.  It looks like a very exciting film and seems extremely well made, but we at the … Continue reading

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A Look at Money in the Morgue, the “New” Inspector Alleyn Novel

Back in March, Fearless Admin wrote about a Guardian article announcing that a “new” Inspector Alleyn novel, Money in the Morgue (I keep wanting to type Murder in the Morgue), was shortly to be released.  The book is based on … Continue reading

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Remembering Glynn Edwards

RFodchuk and I very saddened to learn that Glynn Edwards has passed away. Mr. Edwards was a greatly esteemed actor with a very impressive resume.  We at the Appreciation know him best from his role on Minder as the lovable … Continue reading

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The Mortal Engines Trailer

The official trailer for Mortal Engines has launched, and it looks stunning.  Unfortunately, we don’t get a look at Patrick Malahide’s Mayor Magnus Crome which is extremely disappointing.  But, Hugo Weaving’s Thaddeus Valentine and Jihae’s Anna Fang (actually my favorite … Continue reading

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