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September 17, 2015


September 10, 2015
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I managed to get my hands on a couple of short clips from Liam + Lenka, the short Iain did before moving to the United States for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Dozens of screen captures have been added to the image Archive and I have also uploaded the clips to our YouTube channel. If anyone knows where Liam + Lenka is available to buy or view in full please get in touch via Email or Twitter.




September 2, 2015
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I’m not quite sure why the Evening Times is flashing back to 1998 with this story from Iain’s primary school (they don’t even make a mention of his career). Still, even 17 year old news is good news. Here’s the article…

CHILDREN painting on the walls of their school’s loos is unlikely to go down well with the education authorities.
But that was not the case for the pupils of Hillhead Primary back in 1998, when they helped transform the school toilets into a work of art.

With the help of the Glasgow School of Art they adorned the walls with murals and mosaics they designed themselves.
The project cost about £3000, £1500 of whic h was donated by the Glasgow’s City Of Architecture And Design Partnership Fund.

Two artists from the School Of Art transformed the loos during the summer holidays, bringing the pupils’ water designs to fruition.

One 10-year-old pupil, Richard Briggs, who designed a shark with “blood still in its teeth”, said: “The toilets are really nice. The walls used to be all dirty.”

In the picture are Kirsty Grace, 9, and Iain de Caestecker, 10.

That was in the old three-storey sandstone building in Cecil Street. Hillhead Primary has since moved to a new location next to Kelvingrove Park and is now the largest primary in the city.

Source: EveningTimes.co.uk


September 2, 2015
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Speaking of t-shirt slogans, that’s exactly where a reportedly improvised line from the Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season two finale, S.O.S., ended up.

On Twitter this May, S.H.I.E.L.D. producer Geoffrey Colo announced that the episode had won an Entertainment Weekly award for Funniest Moment in a Drama courtesy of Iain de Caestecker’s Breaking Bad-inspired line: “Science, biatch!”.

No, it’s not Shakespeare, but Fitz’s cheeky response to Gordon asking what he had done to inhibit his teleporting powers quickly became a fan favourite. On Twitter this May, actor Clark Gregg called it the “best ad lib in the history of television”.

You can read the rest of the article here


August 31, 2015
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Dozens of screen captures Iain’s first three months on ‘Coronation Street’ have been added to the Image Archive. Unfortunately the quality is relatively poor however, they’re still worth a look because Iain was such a little cutie. A youtube playlist consisting of these episodes has also been created. You can find that here.


August 28, 2015
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Several screen captures of Iain’s guest appearance on ‘Uncle Dad’ have been added to Image Archive. Iain plays a teen rocker who is auditioning for a new band member. Click the images below to visit the gallery.


August 17, 2015
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Agent Leo Fitz is our favourite character on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., due to his sharp and fun style. Could you speak about who inspired this character and how his style has evolved?

“Truthfully Iain and his approach to the character was my initial inspiration. Fitz has always had that Heritage vibe which really suited the character in Season 1. I loved mixing texture and pattern with both him and Simmons. But as the show evolved so did Fitz. We had a major shift in tone mid-season 1 with the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. In the beginning of Season 2 we find Fitz struggling with his neurological injuries, both emotional and physical. We began to strip away some of the pieces that helped identify the character, like the whimsical ties and patterned shirts. Fitz was having problems with his hands so we ditched the ties because he couldn’t tie them anymore. The patterns in his shirts became more subdued and a bit darker to convey the darker mood. We’ll have another shift in Fitz for Season 3 as we watch him deal with the events from the end of Season 2.”

You can read the full interview here


August 15, 2015

Dozens of screen captures from Iain’s first film ’16 Years of Alcohol’ and the BBC series ‘The Secret of Crickley Hall’ have been added to Image Archive. Click the images below to visit the galleries.


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