Following the untimely death of actor Verne Troyer, we resurface James Gilmore's interview with the star from 2015
Before Verne Troyer made his name as ‘Mini Me’ in the 1999 hit film ‘Austin Powers’, he was a well-known stunt double. Due to his height, he was in the unique position of being able to stunt for small children, for example in the 1994 film ‘Baby’s Day Out’ when he played the stunt double for one of the baby’s.
Following his sad, untimely death, many people are remembering him for his parts in the likes of ‘Austin Powers’ as well as ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’, ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ and, even, ‘Keith Lemon: The Movie’ - however, W!ZARD Radio Station founder and presenter James Gilmore is in the unique position of having interviewed him in 2015.
Verne was starring in a low-budget film called ‘Convenience’ about two “idiots” who try to rob a convenience store, but ultimately end up working there. To…
We stand with Paris and are heartbroken for our international family.
We have to say this far too often.
At 9.50pm (GMT) on Friday 13th November 2015, reports started emerging that a series of attacks had taken place in Paris. Shootings were reported in the North East of the city, causing casualties. As time goes on, we have learnt more and will continue to learn more.
W!ZARD News will be active on Twitter @wizradio giving the latest updates from Paris.
As young people, the future leaders of the world, it's our responsibility to make sure that we are the generation of change. The generation where these types of attacks don't happen anymore. We need to create an environment and a world of acceptance, peace and harmony. It's our responsibility and it's our cause.
Incidents such as the Paris attacks have become far too common in today's society. Generated by hatred. We have the ability to change this.
"Absolutely Unreal", "1000% go to their gigs"... these are just a few of the quotes shared by fans of The 1975 after seeing them live.
The 1975 returned this year, following the release of their chart-topping self-titled album in 2013, with a brand new sound and a brand new image.
With a new album ("I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It") coming out in February 2016, lead single 'Love Me' arrived earlier this Winter and shot straight to Number 20 in the UK charts.
Now it's your chance to be apart of the fandom and see Matty, Ross, Adam and George LIVE.
And we have your ticket inside.
Tickets for The 1975 go on sale on FRIDAY 13th NOVEMBER at 9AM (UK TIME).