doubtful guest | April 16, CET When I saw Joss in person he was smaller than I expected. electricspacegirl | April 16, CET According to Imdb they co-starred in a movie called Born Romantic in 2000. Oh, to be living the life where you happen upon Olivia Williams and Steve Jones discussing ABBA in a movie trailer!The film features various London locations, including the interior of the British Museum.The interior scenes of the Salsa club 'El Corazon' were filmed in a real Salsa club called the Loughborough Hotel in Loughborough Road, Brixton, South London, now a converted block of flats.
Frankie (Craig Ferguson), a hopeless romantic trapped in the fifties and still sharing a house with his ex.Also all the Salsa dancers were club members who participated in the film as extras. Lake Lanier is a reservoir that covers a huge valley that was once dotted with homes and farms.Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.Ferguson was replaced by England's James Corden who has been well received by audiences and critics, having changed the format of the show to have all guests on the sofa at the same time, an unusual format for the otherwise rigid US late night talk show set-up.'I thought I'd miss it more, actually. 'I'm kind of very happy to not be doing [late-night TV] anymore, which makes me convinced that it was the right time for me to get out.Ten years of doing that thing, that's enough.'The former host - who like Corden did his show a little differently than everyone else (his announcer was a robot skeleton and he kept a pantomime hose in an on-set stable) claimed he never really paid much heed to his former time slot rivals, and still doesn't.In one slightly strange Gainesville restaurant, the walls are decorated with flotsam from the lake including children’s shoes and a mailbox with letters inside.I asked the producers many times why they had scheduled the all-night-scuba-diving-in-a-lake scene for the END of the shoot in frosty mid-December, but answer came there none until the safety officers, who were off-duty police divers, gave me a lead. Well, the lake is infested by a strange bacterium that likes to colonise your ears and will turn any broken skin into a pizza-sized wound that will occasionally require amputation. Two sets of antibiotics and some googling later, it emerges that there IS a flesh-eating bacterium of Lake Lanier – and I am suffering from a very tenacious ear infection.I thought you were a native of the colonies, but you referencing NME makes me wonder if you're originally a Brit.dzr | April 16, CET © 2002 - 2017 - (e-mail) Individual posts are copyright their respective authors This is a non-profit, unofficial website, not affiliated with Mutant Enemy, Inc., 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers or UPN.