Ricky has officially announced his return to stand-up, confirming that “Humanity” will be a worldwide tour with the first shows to take place in Bristol, York, Cardiff, Manchester, Bournemouth and Belfast. Tickets for the shows are already on sale. Humanity will be Gervais’ fifth stand-up show following both Animals... more →
A pre-order posting on Amazon seems to hint that the David Brent film “Life on the Road” is scheduled for a DVD and Blu-Ray release on December 12th of this year. Brent fans will be most interested by the exclusive 2 hours of bonus content promised, which is actually even longer than the film’s own 96 minutes runtime.
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It was reported recently by Olivia Waring in the online edition of MetroUK that Karl Pilkington has stated he will not act again under any circumstances, and furthermore will not be doing any more podcasts with Ricky Gervais and/or Steve Merchant. The Manc who once stated it was best to only do things once is moving on, even leaving... more →
A bit out of the blue this one… but Ricky’s next project has been announced and it is a Netflix-backed feature film called “The Special Correspondents”. The film stars Eric Bana as a lazy news reporter who fakes coverage of a war, while hunkered down in his New York apartment with co-star Ricky Gervais. Ricky... more →
Ricky and Steve’s second sitcom Extras finished back in 2007 with Andy Millman shunning his C-list celebrity life in favour of his friendship with Maggie. In the years since the show ended several of its fictional scenarios have come to life, below are our top five.
It was a bumper year for Ricky, Steve and Karl on TV. You can read about the five shows they starred in below to help pick your favourite, then you can vote in the poll on the right hand side of the page. (You may not be able to view the poll if you’re browsing on a mobile device.)
The Moaning of Life
Karl continued his world... more →
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Our thoughts: “Absolutely outstanding. The best thing he’s done in YEARS. Loved every single thing about it.” “Absolutely hilarious from beginning to end.” “That was great! I won’t be able to get Equality Street out of my head for a while, but I’m okay with that strangely.”... more →
Ricky has today announced via a YouTube video the return of his most iconic character, everyone’s least favourite boss David Brent. The return is part of the upcoming Comic Relief extravaganza and you can check out the preview here. Although Brent briefly appeared in the American office as part of Michael Scott’s farewell... more →