Tania Mallet, a cousin of Dame Helen Mirren, starred alongside Sean Connery in the 1964 spy film.
The Blackpool-born actress had been working as a model when she was cast by producer Albert “Cubby” Broccoli – a world she ultimately
returned to and prioritised over film.
Vallejo Police have released footage of the killing of 20-year-old Willie McCoy, who was in his car at a Taco Bell before six officers shot into his vehicle.
The body cam footage supports claims made by McCoy’s family who said their loved one, who rapped as Willie Bo with group FBG,
was not alert when shot.
Despite dozens of heroes from across time and space venturing in and out of the TARDIS doors, not a lot of
Doctor Who’s companions have actually left via the grim exit of death itself. You might cast your mind back to someone like Adric, but the first companion kill goes back much further…and is about to come back to haunt not just one Time Lord, but two.
By Inigo del Castillo, Lost At E Minor
Canadian designer Dave Delisle, of Dave’s Geeky Ideas, has come up with a concept tent that resembles a Star Trek Federation shuttlecraft.
The two-person tent, though not able to travel to other galaxies, allows Trekkies to go on their ‘away missions’.
It features a hull that looks like the real spacecraft, with an entrance at the back. When you want to stow it away, the tent can easily fit inside one of its thrusters.
And though some would say
Star Trek and camping are hardly synonymous, Delisle begs to differ.
“It’s not such a far-fetched idea,” he said. “
Star Trek V began with Kirk, Spock, and McCoy camping in the great outdoors.”
You can find out more about Dave Delisle and his work
A previously unknown photograph of Harriet Tubman, the abolitionist leader known as the “Moses of her people,” is on display for the
first time in Washington.
Famous for playing the 1956 FA cup final with a broken neck, Trautmann went from Nazi soldier to goalkeeping legend and symbol of truth and reconciliation. Now, his life is the
subject of a new film
Roger Charlery, aka Ranking Roger, the singer and toaster from the English Beat, General Public and Special Beat, died today after a battle with cancer, a rep for the band confirmed to Variety. He was 56.
The group, which has existed in several different forms over the years, issued a statement on its social media accounts saying, “Sadly Roger past away a few hours ago
peacefully at his home surrounded by family.”