Tons of New Photos from Ricky Gervais' Cemetery Junction
How about some new photos of Ricky Gervais to help you forget about the Golden Globes? Oh wait, that doesn't make any sense, but screw it! Collider has discovered a huge batch of new photos from Cemetery Junction, the British comedy being directed by comedians Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant. Back in July we featured a very odd teaser trailer for Cemetery Junction that had no footage, only an unfunny Ralph Fiennes flanked by Gervais and Merchant. Now we actually get to see some real characters from this in the photos, including the three leads - Christian Cooke, Tom Hughes, and Jack Doolan. Check them out below!
I've picked a few of the better photos below, but you can see lots more over on Collider if you're interested.
For more info, head over to Ricky's official website: rickygervais.com
Cemetery Junction, set in 1970s England, follows three blue-collar friends who spend their days joking, drinking and chasing girls. Freddie (Christian Cooke) wants to leave their working-class world but cool, charismatic Bruce (Tom Hughes) and lovable loser Snork (Jack Doolan) are happy with life the way it is.
Cemetery Junction is co-written and co-directed by British comedians Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, the two geniuses behind the original "Office" and "Extras" on HBO. This is their first feature film together. Cemetery Junction started shooting last June and is due for release from Sony Pictures sometime in 2010.
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
What No Comments! This looks better than expected.
Me on Jan 19, 2010
Looks good, Gervais is a funny guy.
crapola on Jan 19, 2010
No complaints yet, I could watch Gervais sit on a couch and still laugh my ass off. The *ORIGINAL* Office is hilarious, more so then it's U.S. counterpart in my opinion. Good to see him venture into feature films, I imagine it will be well written and hilariousity shall ensue.
Hedgehog on Jan 19, 2010
Can't wait, love me some Ricky and Steve. Hopefully Pilkington's cameo makes the cut!
DukePhoenix on Jan 19, 2010
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