Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Sweeney Todd

Being a self-effacing chap, Philip Philmar doesn't like to brag about his close personal friendship with Hollywood superstar film director Tim Burton. Partly because it doesn't exist. But he has featured in at least two of his movies, and in Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, he actually got to speak. And he did more. A whole lot more, as you will find out if you turn on your tellybox on Saturday night when it gets its network premiere on Channel Four at nine thirty five.

Here's a taster. ( gettit? )

Get your popcorn now.


Belinda said...

If you buy her a BIG drink on the day she does not turn up on her motorcycle, Belinda will tell you how she got paid NOT to work in a scene with Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter on Sweeney Todd. The therapy should soon end but it's been traumatic.

Peter B said...

Most of us dream of being paid not to work. Consider yourself lucky.