When lockdown hit, sales skyrocketed with 70,000 sold between March and December last year, making them around £850,000. Jordanna says: “It went mental and all of a sudden we were selling 200 units a day. People were snapping up games to play with friends and family over Zoom. We couldn’t believe it — our dream was coming true.” … [Read more...] about We made a million by flogging our board game over lockdown – we had to borrow from our nans but it was worth it
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He added: “Paddington has been our biggest bet. Even the development costs, such as creating the bear, were significant. But it shows we can be ambitious in this area of family entertainment, even if it brings us into more direct competition with US studios.” … [Read more...] about Paddington sequel? Fur sure!
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Last week in Film&Music, Brian Logan discussed the perennially vexed question of how to transform Britain's famously high standard of TV comedy into something we can feel good about on the big screen. Here is a case in point. There's no doubt about the ability and the track-records of the people involved. Writer-director Paul King directed The Mighty Boosh on television, and is here making his feature debut with something in a broadly comparable vein: a manky male flat-share comedy, with a strong dash of fantasy and delusion. Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding from the Boosh are in the film, but only in supporting roles. The leads are taken by relative newcomers Edward Hogg and Simon Farnaby. Hogg plays Stephen "the Bull" Turnbull, a guy who has apparently been traumatised by some past event; he now never leaves his ropey apartment, and is tormented by visions of his old mate Bunny, played by Farnaby, a gambling addict who once took him on a tour of … [Read more...] about Bunny and the Bull