Monday, May 18, 2009

Cavendish and Cannes

Yesterday's Giro d'Italia was a bit weird. The peleton (as the collected riders are known) decided to ride a go-slow in protest of the dire road safety afforded to them by the Italian authorities. The race only picked up in the third from last lap and Cav won. More in the Daily Telegraph.

There is some debate going on about the amount of money being spent on a flash yacht that Isle of Man film has hired for the Cannes movie festival. Here At the festival, which ended on Sunday, Me and Orson Welles, a production starring Zac Efron filmed in the Isle of Man last year, was screened. Three filmswere also promoted to distributors – Heartless, directed by Philip Radley, and Wild Target, a hitman caper starring Bill Nighy and Helena Bonham Carter – which were both filmed last year. They have also taken thriller Disappearance of Alice Creed, which is currently in post-production after being filmed at the start of this year.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wild Target doesn't star Helena Bonham Carter. She was replaced by Emily Blunt and Rupert Grint from Harry Potter is also starring in this dark action comedy. Check your facts.

Manx Mum said...

Thank you for the charmless correction from which I deduce you are not in NAMA whose members are unfailingly courteous.