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The Dead 2 India new stills and synopsis

Posted: May, 15, 2013

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New stills from The Dead 2: India have been shared on Bloody Disgusting.com along with a synopsis for the film.

“The Dead 2: India follows the story of American engineer Nicholas Burton (Joseph Millson) in a race against time to reach his pregnant girlfriend Ishani Sharma (Meenu). Burton enlists the help of an orphan street kid Javed (Anand Goyal) and together they make a perilous 300 mile journey across deadly landscapes as a zombie apocalypse threatens to engulf the entire nation.”

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The Dead 2 India trailer on Fright Fest

Posted: May, 13, 2013

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A trailer for a film Joseph made recently in India has been shared online by Fright Fest. More details about the film The Dead 2: India will be available on the official website and Facebook Page.

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Macbeth: full cast announced

Posted: May, 10, 2013

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The Official London Theatre has announced the full cast for Macbeth, which opens in previews at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on 22nd June. Read the article in full on the website.

Double Olivier Award winner Gawn Grainger and The Lord Of The Rings star Billy Boyd have joined the cast of Macbeth, Eve Best’s forthcoming directorial debut at Shakespeare’s Globe. The pair joins the previously announced Joseph Millson, Samantha Spiro and Bette Bourne in Shakespeare’s much-loved exploration of ambition, guilt and destiny, which will play at the alfresco venue from 22 June...

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The Cazalets: Confusion ep 10 on BBC Radio 4 3rd May

Posted: Apr, 30, 2013

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The final episode in the BBC Radio 4 dramatization of The Cazalets: Confusion will broadcast on Friday 3rd May ay 10.45 am. Josepg plays Archie in the series, and a synopsis for episode 10 is available on the Radio 4 website.

Archie has something to tell Zoe which will break her heart - but neither of them knows who is returning to surprise them. The joys and sorrows of war have never seemed more acute than now.

Dramatised by Sarah Daniels Produced and Directed by Sally Avens and Marion Nancarrow

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