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bradley and angels farewell to merlin
Merlin Advent Calender clips
Angel Coulby shares a secret about Bradley James (day 6)
Colin Morgan spills the beans on Bradley James (day 8)
Colin Morgan and Bradley James: should the show be called Arthur? (day 13)
Angel spills info about kissing scenes (day 18)
Is King Arthur a ‘hunky killing machine’? (day 22)
December 24, 2012 by judy • angel coulby, bradley james, interviews, media, merlin s5
Angel Coulby’s Dancing on the Edge movie sound track info
Decca Records will release a soundtrack album for the BBC original mini-series Dancing on the Edge. The album features the series’ original score composed by Adrian Johnston (Becoming Jane, Kinky Boots). The soundtrack will be released in the UK on January 14, 2013. Dancing on the Edge is written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff who has previously collaborated with Johnston a number of times and stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Wunmi Mosaku, Angel Coulby and John Goodman. The five-part series produced by Nicky Kentish Barnes (Match Point, About A Boy) follows the Louis Lester Band as they find fame amongst the parties and performances of upper class society in the capital. The BBC production will premiere in January 2013 on BBC2. No word yet on a domestic air date.
Here’s the album track list:
1. Dancing On The Moon
2. Dead Of Night Express
3. Downtown Uptempo
4. Lovelorn Blues
5. On Top Of The World
6. Here To Stay
7. This Girl’s Going Far
8. Sweet Mary Jane
9. Things Are Looking Up – It’s Christmas!
10. It’s Got A Grip On Me
11. Dowagers’ Delight
12. Crazy In A Mood For Love
13. Down River
14. Blue Sky In Bermondsey
15. Big Ben Blues
16. Mayfair Strut
17. When I Dream Of You
18. Lead Me On
19. Dancing On The Moon (Carla’s Version)
December 24, 2012 by judy • angel coulby
CAST ON THE SERIES END
Colin, Katie, Anthony, Bradly, and Angel bid farewell to the beloved show and thanks the fans
Bradley James (King Arthur): “The Merlin years have provided me with fond memories, great experiences and beloved friends, and all the while we were supported by a devoted fan base who made the show a unique, surreal and special experience.
“My words won’t do justice to the honor of being King Arthur, so I shall just say that it has been an exceptional one, and that knowing the show has been a part of so many people’s lives has been humbling.”
Angel Coulby (Guinevere): “It has been a very special and memorable five years making Merlin. I feel extremely proud to have been part of such a brilliant show and such a great team.
“I think we’ve told the story we set out to tell, which ends with the fantastic two-part finale, by the way! I believe the key to any successful show is making sure you leave people wanting more!”
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OFFICIALLY FINAL SEASON OF MERLIN
SEASON 5 HAS BEEN CURRENTLY AIRING OVER SEAS AND WHILE SYFY HASNT AIRED ANY EPS IT LOOKS LIKE THE SHOW WILL END ON A HIGH NOTE.
IT HAS BEEN CONFIRMED BY BBC:
It was announced today that the current series of Merlin will be the last as BBC One’s hit show reaches a spectacular conclusion this Christmas. The epic family fantasy drama will bow out with a special two-part finale, as this unique re-telling of the Arthurian legend reaches its natural and dramatic end – it’s not to be missed!
Merlin has been enthralling audiences on Saturday nights over last five years, consistently attracting an average audience of over six million viewers, with ratings for the current series peaking at 7.1 million.
Merlin has been a firm favourite with BBC One viewers since its first outing in 2008. Celebrated for its magical storytelling, cinematic visual effects and most of all the wonderful cast which includes Colin Morgan as Merlin, Bradley James as Arthur Pendragon, Katie McGrath as Morgana, Angel Coulby as Guinevere, Anthony Head as Uther Pendragon, Richard Wilson as Gaius, and John Hurt as the voice of the Great Dragon.
Co-creators and executive producers, Johnny Capps and Julian Murphy, confirm the current series will be the last: “This is the series where the storylines truly reach their apex. We always felt the story of the legend was best told across five series, leading to a spectacular finale that draws on the best known elements of this much-loved story and brings to a conclusion the battle for Camelot.
“We’d like to thank the amazing cast and crew for their professionalism and dedication, the BBC, FME and all of our partners globally for their incredible support and encouragement across the last five series.
“But chiefly, our thanks go to Merlin’s remarkable and loyal audience around the world for their enthusiasm for the characters and Camelot universe.”
Danny Cohen, Controller, BBC One, said: “Merlin’s mix of magic, adventure and humour quickly became a hit with BBC One audiences and has continued to thrill families over the last five years on Saturday nights. I admire the creators’ decision to end Merlin on a high, but also know that we will miss it in the BBC One schedule.
“On behalf of BBC One I would like to thank Shine and all those involved in the making of the show both on and off screen. I hope fans will tune in over the coming weeks to see the spectacularly dramatic final episodes, and we have ambitious plans for new drama in the Saturday evening slot in 2013.”
Colin Morgan (Merlin) said: “From the beginning this was always going to be a five year journey that we embarked on and I think the show has run its natural course. The show has grown and grown each year and now we’ve arrived at its strongest point and we’ve achieved what we set out to do… I know this is the end, and I know this is goodbye, but thank you for being there on the journey with us because it has been a lot of fun!”
Bradley James (King Arthur) said: “The Merlin years have provided me with fond memories, great experiences and beloved friends and all the while we were supported by a devoted fan base who made the show a unique, surreal and special experience. My words won’t do justice to the honour of being King Arthur so I shall just say that it has been an exceptional one and that knowing the show has been a part of so many people’s lives, has been humbling.”
Katie McGrath (Morgana) said: “I have always said the success of the show has stemmed from our audience being able to relate to the characters on different levels – being based on the universally loved Arthurian legend is only a tiny part of its success – it’s a story about acceptance and growing up. The breathtaking finale of this series leaves you with no doubt that characters have been on their journeys and had their stories told – it’s completely the right time to draw our telling of the story to a close.”
Angel Coulby (Guinevere) said: “It has been a very special and memorable five years making Merlin. I feel extremely proud to have been part of such a brilliant show and such a great team. I think we’ve told the story we set out to tell, which ends with the fantastic two-part finale by the way! I believe the key to any successful show is making sure you leave people wanting more!”
Richard Wilson (Gaius) said: “Firstly, I would like to say that I’m extremely sad that Merlin has come to an end. Speaking as Gaius, I feel I have mentored the young wizard as far as I can – he is much smarter and greater than me now and I am simply exhausted!”
Other memorable cast include Mordred (Alexander Vlahos) and the brave Knights of the Round Table Sir Leon (Rupert Young), Sir Percival (Tom Hopper), Sir Gwaine (Eoin Macken) and the late Sir Elyan (Adetomiwa Edun).
Merlin has attracted an astounding array of guest stars including Michelle Ryan, Santiago Cabrera, Emilia Fox, Asa Butterfield, Mackenzie Crook, Adrian Lester, Warwick Davis, Miriam Margoyles, Eddie Marsan, Will Mellor, James Cosmo, Lindsay Duncan, Janet Montgomery, James Fox, Tom Ellis, Nathanial Parker, Michael Cronin, Charles Dance, Gemma Jones, Sarah Parish, Miranda Raison, Ben Daniels and John Lynch.
Across five series writers Julian Jones, Jake Michie, Lucy Watkins, Howard Overman, Ben Vanstone and Richard McBrien have taken the characters on a spectacular journey.
Series five opened to a Camelot at the height of its ‘golden age’, but a menacing omen overshadows Arthur’s future and unknown threats emerge from within the castle walls. Now everything Merlin has tried to protect is in danger. Albion’s dark trial has begun and the final battle has been joined, but who will survive?
Do not miss the last ever episodes and the dramatic conclusion of Merlin on BBC One, Saturdays at 8pm.
Merlin is executive produced by Johnny Capps and Julian Murphy for Shine Television, with Bethan Jones executive producer for BBC Wales. The series is a BBC Cymru Wales Production and was commissioned by Ben Stephenson, Controller BBC Drama Commissioning and Danny Cohen, Controller BBC One.
Created and produced by Shine TV, Fremantle Media Enterprises (FME) are an investor in Merlin and hold the exclusive distribution (excluding UK), home entertainment and licensing rights to the property.
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COMIC CON pics of Angel added
Added images of Angel at the SDCC event that she attended with Colin and Katie and their show producer
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July 16, 2012 by judy • angel coulby, gallery, media
So sorry been busey
I am trying to catch up on current events for the stars and trying to fix stuff around the site with making a new brighter layout design and a new gallery looks as well in the coming days. I have been working on my other sites fixing stuff there but I have not forgotten about this site and I still love them it is just taking a bit longer to tweek layouts and find something easy to customize and create that wont be bother.
I know people have gallery log in issues and i am working on that but now it should be temporarily open for the public. I will have the rest of the caps for the seasons worked on soon my computer is getting old and having a hard time doing things but will get them done sometime soon.