Audrey Hepburn is the subject of a new documentary made by the BAFTA-nominated team behind McQueen. Audrey, which will be available on DVD and digital download from 30 November, will offer an intimate portrait of the iconic star, showcasing never-seen-before footage, as well as interviews with her family.
Audrey More Than An Icon will feature interviews with her son, Sean Hepburn Ferrer, Givenchy former artistic director Clare Waight Keller and Tiffany design director emeritus John Loring. In homage of Heburn’s love of ballet, three acclaimed dancers will enact her different life stages. Francesca Hayward will play ‘Hollywood eraAudrey’ at the height of her fame, Alessandra Ferri plays Audrey in her later years and the film also introduces Keira Moore as ‘Young Audrey’, who the production found through an audition process at ballet schools.
G2’s perennial Little Book of Audrey Hepburn (£7.99) is being re-promoted to tie in with the launch of the blockbuster documentary.
The Queen’s Gambit is the sensational new Netflix drama named after one of the oldest and most aggressive opening moves in chess. Based on the 1983 novel by Walter Tevis, it stars the mesmeric Anya Taylor-Joy and has become the most watched mini-series on television over the past few weeks.
G2 quickly made a move to capitalise in on its popularity with a range of The Queen’s Gambit and Grandmaster t-shirts and mobile phone cases exclusively through Amazon. The 100% cotton t-shirts are available in a variety of sizes and colours in the UK, US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Japan from £20; while the phone cases are only available in the States.
Following Ireland’s Autumn Internationals against Wales and England is a must-have new gift book for Irish rugby fans celebrating the greatest ever players to have played for the national team.
With a foreword by Irish and Lions’ fly-half Ollie Campell, author Liam McCann chooses the greatest ever players to have pulled on the green jersey including the likes of Rory Best, Mike Gibson, Jamie Heaslip, Jack Kyle, Paul O’Connell, Brian O’Driscoll, Ronan O’Gara, Jonnie Sexton, Keith Wood as well as Lions’ legends such as Willie John McBride, Tom Kiernan, Syd Millar and Tony O’Reilly..
There is also a hefty selection of modern-day players including Keith Earls, Tadhg Furlong, Cian Healy, Rob Kearney, Conor Murray, Peter O’Mahoney and the new whizkid winger Jacob Stockdale. While there is also space for the great characters of the game, none more so than Peter ‘The Claw’ Clohessy, Willie Duggan and Moss Keane, who didn’t win the most caps but were fans’ favourites because of the spirit in which they played.
The Ireland national team celebrated its 145 anniversary this year having played its first international match against England in 1875. Ireland reached number 1 in the world rankings for the first time in 2019.
Sir Cliff Richard OBE turned 80 years of age in October and to mark this special occasion G2 is releasing a potted history of his life and career written by his good friend and former Radio One DJ Mike Read.
The fully illustrated hardback chronicles each of his 60+ years in the music business in which he has amassed hundreds of gold and platinum discs and is the biggest singles artist of all time in the UK, while also selling nearly 300 million records around the world.
With an RRP of £14.99, the book is exclusively available from this web-site at the discounted price of £9.99 and as an Ebook at £1.99.
” Before Cliff Richard and the Shadows, there was nothing worth listening to in British music” … John Lennon.
The Absolute Record is the most comprehensive history of Sunderland AFC ever produced and is due for official release by G2 Entertainment/Two Can on November 1. With 400 pages, it is filled with statistics and images up to the end of the 2019-20 season.
Written by Rob Mason, Mike Gibson and Barry Jackson – the same team who compiled, ‘Sunderland: The Complete Record’ – and with forewords by Niall Quinn and Brendan O’Donnell, the great great grandson of club founder James Allan, it includes the discovery of a new player no-one ever knew had played in the league for Sunderland. It also explains how the club’s all-time record league scorer Charlie Buchan should have been credited with an extra goal.