Louis Theroux returns to the world of jailed 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic to find out what happened to the stars of lockdown Netflix sensation.
Louis Theroux and his new production company set to unveil a three-part documentary into the wild world of snooker, for BBC.
The filmmaker appeared at the Edinburgh International Television Festival to discuss his most popular BBC Two outing.
Louis Theroux has covered everything from scientology to alcoholism and gambling additions throughout his impressive career as a documentary filmmaker, but now he is taking on a brand new subject: Donald Trump.
Louis Theroux might be known and loved for his thought-provoking (and sometimes emotional) documentaries about controversial topics, but this week, he decided to try his hand at something a little different. During his visit, Louis headed to the kitchen to help David Moore and Head Chef Andy McFadden with the very important job of feeding the eaterie’s special (and hungry) guests. Reviewing how the special guest got on in the kitchen, owner David said: “It was a joy to have Louis with us and in the kitchens.
Louis Theroux – the provocative journalist and sophisticated filmmaker – is returning to BBC2 with two new documentaries, expected to air later this year. The first documentary, Drinking to Oblivion, will focus on alcohol addiction. Keeping with a medical theme, the second documentary, Brain Injury, will look at the issues facing the one million Brits living with the long-term effects of brain injuries.
<p>Magician Paul Daniels has died at the age of 77, after being diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour earlier this year. </p><p>In memory of the beloved television personality, a host of famous faces have taken to their social media accounts to share their tributes and personal stories about the man behind the top hat.</p><p>Scroll through our slideshow of remembrance (above) to read some of the most poignant and heartfelt messages.</p><p><b>Rest in peace, Paul Daniels (April 6th, 1938 - March 17th, 2016).</b></p>
Zoolander No. 2 screenwriter Justin Theroux revealed that celebrities the movie “couldn’t afford” in the first one pleaded to star in the comedy sequel. The 44-year-old filmmaker – who is married to former Friends star Jennifer Aniston – admitted that when the original film was made in 2001 it was nearly impossible to attract any famous stars because the movie poked fun at them, but this time around they were inundated with offers. Speaking to Yahoo Celeb on the blue carpet of the Zoolander No.2 premiere in London last night, Justin said: “During the scripting phase when it got announced that we were going to be working on it, we had so many people, incoming calls emails, inundated, we had so many people like ‘yeah I want to do it’ you know people we couldn’t even afford.