Syrus Lowe, LSQ presenter left behind a rainy Square for the sheltered confines of the Vue where Pudsey the Dog movie was premiering. As you'll recall, Pudsey and his handler Ashleigh won BGT in 2012. Our video starts off with a live performance by Pudsey as he reprises his stuff for us. Ashleigh explains her brief appearance in the film and shares the difficulties of getting her hound into the bath. He's no water dog apparently. The star himself, Pudsey sits on a chair and responds enigmatically to a couple of Syrus's probing questions. Next up David Walliams who voices Pudsey reveals he watches LSQ everyday. He shares how he changed his original gruff concept for the voice to a more child-like family member timbre and that he's rushing off straight after to complete the family oriented script he's working on. He's quite the family pet.
Bad guy John Sessions pleads that his character is just misunderstood, yeah, pull the other one John. He has a few insights into Pudsey's off screen character, it's all biscuits and gin he claims and feels concern that he could go off the rails. John can't stop being the bad dog. John's next gig is playing Humpy Dumpty in something with Johnny Depp. We predict a great fall John. Jessica Hynes who plays Gail tries to convince that both kids and dogs behaved impeccably on set, an unlikely tale in our experience. TV's Kate Garraway has been begging to see the movie since she saw Ashleigh and Puds in Cannes 2012 and brought along her chatty daughter to see her dream fulfilled. Actress Michelle Collins reminded that the prospect of seeing the film had her drooling so much she was giving up her only day off and was panting with excitement. Good girl Michelle.

PUDSEY THE DOG: THE MOVIE, a heartwarming, quintessentially British adventure for all the family, PUDSEY THE DOG: THE MOVIE follows cheeky London stray dog, Pudsey, who is quite happy being a lone ranger, looking out for number one, until he meets siblings Molly (Izzy Meikle-Small), George (Spike White) and Tommy (Malachy Knights). After losing their father, their mother Gail (Jessica Hynes) is moving the family to the sleepy village of Chuffington and Pudsey tags along, to the dismay of their landlord, Mr. Thorne (John Sessions), and his cat Faustus. As Pudsey starts to settle in with the family and realise what he was missing when he was alone, he stumbles across Thorne’s evil plan and he determines to save them and the whole village.

PUDSEY THE DOG: THE MOVIE in cinemas Friday 18 July 2014.

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