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Feature writing for Penthouse magazine(Comments Off on Feature writing for Penthouse magazine)

April 28, 2014

• To see the full story click on images below. To see more of Andy’s work in Penthouse click here It seems incredible that it’s 48 years since a bikini-clad Ursula Andress first emerged from the surf and asked the silver-tongued spy: “What are you doing here, looking for shells?” And Sean Connery’s 007 replied: […]

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Great Scott: the life and times of Ridley

The first time I met film director Sir Ridley Scott he was busy drowning people. He’d been slaving away immersing actors into a giant water tank and watching them sink slowly to the bottom. Under a blazing Maltese sky, static jet engines conjured up an artificial hurricane and giant chutes cascaded floods onto a cabin […]

The actor who redefined the cinematic everyman

Tom Hanks always plays to his strengths. He’s not Clooney good-looking, he’s not got the presence of a Pacino and he doesn’t have the menace or controversy of a Russell Crowe. But what he has by the Hollywood truckload is an everyman charm. It’s his greatest strength and one that he’s used to win two […]

The prince and the showgirl

The daughter of the American brick-seller looked stunning in her dazzling white silk bridal gown and 10-foot lace trail designed by MGM Studios’ costume department. As she knelt before the sanctuary altar next to the prince resplendent in his ceremonial sash and medals, more than 1,600 reporters jostled for a good view outside St Nicholas […]

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