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Gary Whitta

Screenwriter (The Book of Eli, The Walking Dead, After Earth). Currently writing: Untitled STAR WARS movie releasing December 16, 2016.



Ranked: 195th in Male Users (by Followers)

Ranked: 279th in English Users (by Followers)

Ranked: 300th in Users (by Followers)

Ranked: 684th in English Most Engaging Today (by Engagement)

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Recent Popular Posts
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About 7 weeks ago Game changer.
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About 5 weeks ago FIFA has to ban Suarez, surely. Absolutely disgusting. 
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About 5 weeks ago Jaffa Cake Stonehenge.
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About 9 weeks ago This is literally a childhood dream come true for me. So excited.
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About 6 weeks ago Highlight of the week.
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About 3 weeks ago JAPANESE DOCTOR WHO IS THE BEST THING EVER
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About 2 weeks ago Hey, I'm in the new issue of Star Wars Insider! Sweet!
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About 6 weeks ago Big day. COME ON ENGLAND.
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About 12 weeks ago Thought for the day.
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About 7 weeks ago LONG RIK MAYALL RIP POST
I really can't get over the passing of the late, great Rik Mayall without saying a few words about what an incredible influence he was on me as well as so many other kids of the 1980s and 90s. The Young Ones was the Monty Python of its generation, a show so influential that British comedy was never the same again, its anarchic and surrealistic spirit just blew my mind as an impressionable kid. I loved it so much that I would transcribe entire episodes by hand, stopping the VHS tape every few moments to write down every line.

Rik will probably be remembered in the UK and US mostly for The Young Ones and for his brilliant appearances as Lord Flashheart in Blackadder (with which he absolutely stole the show and blew everybody else off the screen) but his comedy legacy went far beyond that. Just off the top of my head... the underrated Filthy Rich & Catflap, so many brilliant episodes of The Comic Strip Presents (particularly both Bad News films, A Fistful of Trave