Twitter Q&A May 22nd 2015 storify

Last night on Twitter, Tom did another spontaneous Q&A session for fans who were online at the time. I storified the tweets for those who missed it, and for Facebook Fans not on Twitter - the only questions Tom has answered for Facebook fans were included in the set visit website interviews, you need to join Twitter!

In the latest Q&A, Tom revealed his favourite actors, his favourite pizza, which car has spoiled him for any others, and childhood murder-mystery videos. NO news on the date for Da Vinci's Demons season 3. 

Kill Your Friends: new Facebook Page

A new Facebook Page for Kill Your Friends has been created, and appears to be managed by Well Go USA - they recently acquired the rights and will be releasing the film in the US next year. 

Proud to announce that WELL GO USA/ Home Entertainment has acquired the North American rights to KILL YOUR FRIENDS! Expect to see a theatrical release in early 2016!

News of the film score has been shared on this website

Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL has composed the original score for the upcoming British indie thriller Kill Your Friends. The film is directed by Owen Harris and stars Nicholas Hoult, James Corden, Craig Roberts, Rosanna Arquette, Tom Riley and Ed Skrein. The movie follows a 27-year-old A&R man who is slashing and burning his way through London’s music industry and goes to extremes in search of the next megahit.

Kill Your Friends: bought by Well Go USA Entertainment for early 2016 release

The latest news from Cannes is that Well Go USA Entertainment has bought Kill Your Friends, with plans to take it on the festival circuit this year, in advance of an early 2016 US release. There is still no news about a confirmed release date for the UK. Read the full article on Variety

Well Go USA Entertainment has acquired U.S. and Canadian distribution rights to Nicholas Hoult’s drama “Kill Your Friends” and plans a release early next year, Variety has learned...

...The movie’s soundtrack includes songs from Radiohead, Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, Oasis and Blur. “If you loved music in the 90s, and you liked ‘The Player,’ ‘Swimming with Sharks’ and ‘American Psycho,’ it still doesn’t come close to describing how savagely brilliant this movie is,” said Doris Pfardrescher, president and CEO of Well Go USA. “The way it skewers every part of the music industry is outrageous and hysterical,” she said...

...Well Go plans to take the film on the festival circuit this year.

Inside No 9: the reaction to The 12 Days of Christine

The series 2 DVD for Inside No 9 is released today in UK, and can be purchased from all the usual outlets. If you need reasons to watch / buy the DVD, Buzzfeed has created a handy list.

Reece Shearsmith was interviewed for Digital Spy about creating Inside No 9, and shared his thoughts on the reaction to the series, and The 12 Days of Christine in particular. Reece also mentioned the narrow timeframe for casting the episodes. Read the interview in full on the website.

Episode two - 'The 12 Days of Christine' - provoked an especially strong reaction. Did you foresee that happening?