In today’s Wizard World Virtual Experience Outlander panel, Stephen Walters had some amazing news for his and Andrew Gower‘s fans: Their joint-venture Humpty Fu*king Dumpty will finally be available online for everyone to watch next Friday (8 May 2020)!
The main protagonist, Merseybeat musician Tommy Quickly (played by Andrew Gower), was another discovery of Beatles manager Brian Epstein and the short film sheds some light on a pivotal turning point in Tommy’s career and life.
Watch this clip with Stephen Walters’ announcement – and watch this space, we’ll be updating this post as soon as we know more details including where and when you can see the film!
Thank you to Jackie Merrell (@AngusAngels) for sharing this video with us!)
ETA (4 May 2020):
We do have a release date now! Start your countdowns!
(Source: Humpty Film on Twitter)
The @HumptyFilm account on Twitter announced today that the Curzon Soho allowed them to donate the fee, they lost due to the cancellation of the Humpty Fu*king Dumpty screening in June, to a charity of their chosing.
We think they couldn’t have found a worthier cause to support and add our thanks to Curzon Soho for allowing this donation to be made!
There are two new stills taken on the set of Humpty Fu*king Dumpty by photographer Dave Gleave. They show Andrew Gower as Tommy Quickly, the main protagonist of the short film about the Merseybeat singer.
Very sad news reached us today. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters unfortunately had to cancel the screening of their short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty, scheduled for 10 June 2019 in London.
They send their apologies and thank the fans for their support.
We’re gutted about the news and hope we can report more positive news about Humpty Fu*king Dumpty soon again.
For now we can only send both Andrew and Stephen positive vibes and well wishes, and the reassurance of our unwavering love and support!
This past weekend, Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters attended a private gathering of Outlander fans in Texas (USA). Despite it being a strictly private event, some attendees took to social media to share some moments of their time with the Liverpudlian actors.
Thanks to YouTube user Samantha Kraupner we can also share these videos with you. Andrew and Stephen treated the attendees with a special private concert at the event and performed some Beatles song plus “Do you Remember”, the song they wrote for their short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty. Continue reading “Andrew at Texas Gathering”
10 June 2019 !!! Mark your calendars: This is the date the world will see Andrew Gower‘s and Stephen Walters‘ short film Humpty Fu*king Dumpty for the first time. As the Humpty Dumpty Twitter account announced today, the premiere will take place on this day at the Curzon Soho in London. They also announced a contest: reply to their tweet and win tickets for the premiere! Go tweet and re-tweet! #TeamHumptyDumpty
ETA: On 3 May 2019, Andrew and Stephen sadly had to announce the cancellation of the screening. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we hear about any new development!
Which one is your favourite? If you’re on Twitter, let them know and tag @HumptyFilm, @TheAndrewGower and @StephenWalters in your tweet!
Things are really moving fast now – only two months after Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters wrapped filming on their first joint venture, they announced today that soon they’ll be ready to share the news on the screening of Humpty Dumpty (now called Humpty Fu*king Dumpty) with the fans.
If you’re on Twitter, click the link and tell Andrew and Stephen how excited you are about Humpty Fu*king Dumpty!
Welcome to #TeamHumptyDumpty, Oli!
According to IMDb, Kiran Sonia Sawar joined the cast of Andrew Gower‘s and Stephen Walters‘ short film Humpty Dumpty about musician Tommy Quickly. Kiran received a BAFTA Scotland Best Actress nomination for her role as Shazia in Andrew’s Black Mirror episode “Crocodile”.
We asked our resident Tommy Quickly experts at his fan page on Facebook and they reckon Kiran’s character Peggy might have been one of Tommy’s girlfriends. We’ll have to wait and see if this turns out to be the truth!
Follow Humpty Dumpty on Twitter for further updates!
They will also send out the perks to their backers who supported Humpty Dumpty on Kickstarter.
Congratulations, Andrew and Stephen!
We cannot wait to see the finished product and are in no doubt that it will be an absolute treat with the two of you at the helm!
After backers of Humpty Dumpty received an update via e-mail last week, Stephen Walters took to Twitter today to let everyone know that the “Tommy Quickley project is on its way” and promised a first look at his and Andrew Gower‘s upcoming documentary about the English singer soon.
Follow Humpty Film on Twitter for more updates! (but we’ll keep you updated here as well!)
If you are not on Twitter, you might have missed some of the wonderful things attendees had to say about Andrew Gower‘s appearance at Outlander Vegas convention on 13 and 14 July 2018.
Read some of the tweets, which also include tidbits from the panels and information about Andrew’s upcoming project Humpty Dumpty, and check out the pictures he took with happy fans and other pictures from the event:
Our gallery has been updated with complete sets of pictures from Andrew Gower‘s panels with co-stars Stephen Walters and Stanley Weber at the Outlander Vegas convention last weekend. It sure looks like everyone had a great time!
Please feel free to use and share our pictures but we’d kindly ask you to not remove the watermark and give proper credit to us. In case of doubt or if you prefer an un-watermarked version, please contact us first!
Online Indie magazine “The Italian Rêve” published an interview with Andrew Gower today in which they talked about his motivations for being an actor as well as his recent work on Outlander, Black Mirror and Carnival Row.
We filmed a lot of it but it has been delayed and we are hoping to have something to show people by the end of this year.
(Source: The Italian Rêve)
Andrew Gower joined Outlander author Diana Gabaldon in a panel at Denver Comic Con. The duo answered some question from the moderator but also the audience covering topics such as Outlander (of course), but also Andrew’s former band Emerson and his current Kickstarter campaign for Humpty Dumpty.
Visit our Gallery for more pictures from the convention!
Finally re-united, Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters posted this video on Twitter to thank their fans with their very own version of the popular Beatles song “Don’t let me down” for the continued support of their “passion project” Humpty Dumpty on Kickstarter. The campaign reached an amazing £15,000 recently.
The Kickstarter page will remain open until 8 July 2017 and please keep tweeting and re-tweeting the link! More support, financially and by sharing the link on Social Media will be a “huge help” to Andrew and Stephen and their micro-budget film!
Andrew thanked the fans and his co-stars, who supported the campaign in this video on Twitter, saying he and Stephen Walters were “blown away” by the response.
The Kickstarter page will remain open until 8 July 2017 and more support, financially and by sharing the link on Social Media, is appreciated and will be a “huge help” to Andrew and Stephen and their micro-budget film.
ETA: Stephen also posted a seperate “thank you” video to the fans:
Treat yourself to one of the awesome perks and support our two Scousers!
Andrew and Stephen, good luck to both of you! 🤞