Despite its stellar cast, it’s the screen reunion of iconic comedy duo French and Saunders that has got films in a tizzy online.
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That’s it, darlings. No more Ab Fab. And that’s no more TV, and certainly not a sequel to the recently released big screen take on the hapless fashionistas Edina Monsoon and Patsy Stone. Speaking to the Daily Mail, Jennifer Saunders said: “I’m not doing anything more with Ab Fab. That. Is. It.” Sounds pretty unequivocal. “I can’t see the point of doing anything else with [Ab Fab],” she added. “It just takes so long. There’s lots of other stuff I’d like to do. Plus, I’d like to spend time with my grandchildren. ...
‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’ has notched up the biggest UK box office opening since last year’s Bond movie 'Spectre’. “We are thrilled that audiences have embraced Edina and Patsy’s big screen debut - it is a testament to Jennifer, Joanna and the talented team behind the film who really are absolutely fabulous,” said Cameron Saunders of the UK branch of Twentieth Century Fox. “While the apocalypse continues in the real world, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie remains gloriously Botoxed in a time that austerity forgot, still drenched in Bollinger and bad behaviour,” said Kate Muir in The Times.
Well, allow us to introduce the Chambong, a new invention that combines the elegance of a champagne flute with the fast delivery system of a bong that allows you to do just that. Watch the rest of our interview with the ‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’ stars tasting champagne below.
What’s the one thing Patsy and Eddie, the stars of ‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’, cannot live without? With that in mind, Yahoo Movies wanted to test the palates of Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders to see if they could taste the difference between a premium and a budget champagne. Armed with three posh fizz brands and three supermarket own-brands, we hit the junket for a blind taste test (despite the knowledge that they actually substitute champagne with ginger ale on set) and you can watch the predictably hilarious results above.
Break open the Bolly, the reviews for the ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ movie are in, and so far they’re really rather glowing. Like a beacon in the post-Brexit gloom, Eddie and Pats appear to have pulled off bringing the veteran BBC sitcom to the big screen, a full 13 years after its last proper series. - Why is Keanu Reeves at Parliament?
It’s always been rumoured – with titillating hints here and there – but now it’s official: Patsy Stone is transgender. Joanna Lumley has confirmed that her character from BBC sitcom ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ was once a man. Patsy’s past as a man is something that Jennifer Saunders’ character Eddy Monsoon has referred to in the show in the past, notably the time in Morocco in 1971 when Patsy was said to have had a sex change operation.
Get the Stolly on ice, fetch the Bolly from the fridge and get a fag on… the first trailer for ‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’ has arrived in a hail of flash bulbs.
The diminutive Janette Krankie could be riding into a rather substantial storm over her role in the new ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ movie. 68-year-old Krankie, real name Janette Tough, best known for being Wee Jimmy Krankie on TV through the 80s, plays a male Japanese fashion designer called Huki Muki in the forthcoming big screen reboot of the BBC comedy series. Leading US comedian Margaret Cho, who is Korean American and has starred in shows like 'Sex and the City’ and '30 Rock’, is among those who have taken offence at Krankie’s character.
Time to crack open the Bolly darling as the ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ movie has been given an official release date. ‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’, to give it its full title, will hit UK cinemas on 1 July 2016 where it’ll go head to head with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s new comedy ‘Central Intelligence’. Jennifer Saunders has written the script for the movie.