Talk and Beans: The Phantom Menace

Episode #24 of Talk and Beans is Part Four of Scott Wars – The Phantom Newbie.

We dive into the prequels for the first time in Scott’s journey into the Star Wars universe and it brings up quite a bit of debate.

Scott and Tom are joined by Patrick on this episode as they discuss, Tom being against Gungans, Darth Maul’s acrobatics, the Justice for Jar Jar campaign and how the order people watch the films impacts their view on the series. Plus much more!

 

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Sir Roger Moore passes away after Cancer battle

One of the most beloved British actors of all time has passed away at the age of 89. Sir Roger Moore was best known for his role in the James Bond movies from 1973 and 1985, starring in some of the most popular films in the series.

The actor had been battling cancer recently and his family have announced his death saying “It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father, Sir Roger Moore, has passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer.

Moore was the third actor to play the iconic James Bond character and starred in 7 of the 007 movies. The actors last public appearance was back in November of 2016 when he appeared on stage at London’s Royal Festival Hall.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all dealing with this loss.

 

VIDEO: Joker Makeover with Aisling Dee and Jax

In this video I let Jax test out his make up skills on me by turning me into his favourite character… The Joker!

Watch him learn on the job as we talk about absolute nonsense and try to make it through the makeover.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel here and check out when Scott gave me a Pokémon themed makeover here.

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Talk and Beans: Return of the Jedi

Episode #23 of Talk and Beans is Part Three of Scott Wars – Return of the Interest.

Tom and Justin find out Scott’s first impressions of the last film in the original trilogy.

The boys talk about Jabba the Hutt’s debated first appearance, Why Justin was scared of Bib Fortuna, Controversy around Anakin’s hologram and the Bossk > Boba Fett campaign.

Plus much more!

 

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Talk and Beans: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers – The Movie (1995)

Episode #21 of Talk and Beans is about the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie.

Scott and Tom take a nostalgia trip and talk about awesome Toys, Ivan Ooze as the forgotten star, Wanting to see Alpha 5 vs C3PO and what seems like a curse on cast members of the franchise.

Plenty of laughs in general as Tom guides a sick Scott through the episode that goes all over the place…in a good way. 

 

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Talk and Beans: Star Wars – The Empire Strikes Back

Episode #20 of Talk and Beans is Part Two of Scott Wars – The Ignorance Strikes Back. Tom and Justin guide Scott through one of the most beloved movies of the franchise.

The boys talk about if they would go along with Darth Vader, What a turned on R2D2 might sound like, Which animal would be the best to sleep in and the famous misquote as part of the “Mandela effect“.

Plus much more!

 

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Talk and Beans: Star Wars – A New Hope

Episode #18 of Talk and Beans is Part One of Scott WarsThere Is Hope. Tom and Justin guide Scott through his first ever experience of Star Wars.

The boys talk about the legacy of the first movie, controversy surrounding the re-edits, favourite characters, why Scott has never watched it before and general laughs about Scott’s introduction to the franchise. Plus much more!

 

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John Hurt passes away at 77

The beloved actor has passed away after a battle with both cancer and intestinal complaint in recent years. 

John Hurt had a career spanning six decades and has been a staple of British film throughout his time in the industry with roles in movies such as The Elephant Man, Alien and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

The actor also received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II in 2015 and has recently been featured as the Priest in the biopic focussing on the widow of JFK, Jackie. A heartwarming role that becomes a focal point during the movie as Jackie Kennedy looks for answers and guidance after her husbands public assasinaion.

Hurt is survived by his wife of 12 years Anne Rees-Myers. We would like to offer our thoughts and prayers to the loved ones of Sir John Hurt at this difficult time.

Breaking Bad star appears in promo video for Better Call Saul Season 3

Spoilers ahead! One of the most loved characters of the Breaking Bad series has appeared in a promotional video for the upcoming third season of Better Call Saul

Season 2 ended with a note being left for another Breaking Bad favourite when the character Mike was preparing to take out antagonist Hector Salamanca. Fans of the show also noted that the phrase “Fring’s back” was hidden within the titles of the episodes in season 2 and the buzz ever since has been about wether or not the infamous Gus Fring was behind it and it’s starting to look like that could definitely be the case.

The actor Giancarlo Esposito has reprised his role as chicken shop owner Gus in a promotional video for his beloved Los Pollos Hermanos and it’s given us all kinds of wonderful feelings of excitement to see him portray the terrifyingly brilliant role once again.


Better Call Saul returns for a third season this spring.

REVIEW: Impractical Jokers ‘Santiago Sent Us’ Tour (07/01/17)

As we settled into our seats with overpriced drinks and a tinge of dread being so high up, we soon forgot about that as the show began.

We are met by adverts on screens for Comedy Central and await the first act of the night.

It’s then we have someone come on stage to give us ‘Bad News,’ You’re not allowed to film here tonight. Thank goodness for that, I thought there was going to be some kind of change to the show or someone was ill.

He then introduces the first act of the night; comedian Owen Benjamin, he blasted through a repertoire of jokes and songs, mostly about relationships, girls and even mocking Coldplay.

The crowd seemed very into his performance and even joined him for a singalong to made up song ‘Feel My Heat’ which also prompted a few thousand impromptu fireflies, lighting up the O2 Arena with phone lights.

This sadly was where his set ended, to great applause. Definitely a comedian to watch out for.

We then move onto the guys everyone is there  to see; Sal Vulcano, Brian ‘Q’ Quinn, Joe Gatto and James ‘Murr’ Murray – The Impractical Jokers. The moment these guys walked on stage you could sense that something special was happening, they had played the previous night in Belfast to around 7,500 people and said that this, their first of four nights at London’s O2 Arena was double the size of their biggest ever crowd.

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You could sense the nervousness throughout. But all the guys pulled together and bounced off each other, a few well placed dick jokes, and some unseen clips from some of their shows, put them a lot more in their comfort zone.

For four best friends of 27 years, who are used to filming stuff in public and dicking around to be placed on a stage in front of 15,000 people hanging off their every word, they did an incredible job.

There was some great comedy moments, some interesting clips, and a few visible tears from Sal who thanked the crowd, and also confirmed the group would be back over in the U.K. in October. In what capacity, we don’t yet know. But we will definitely look out for it.

Overall, a great show, 15,000 approving fans! And only one… LARRY!

Santiago Sent You… London loves you!

 

If you would like to see Impractical Jokers on this UK tour then you can still get tickets to one of the last shows here.