Fact: LUKE PASQUALINO, the star of the British version of hit series Skins, is in talks to play a young William Adama in Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood & Chrome.
Fact: Controversial new MTV drama Skins has lost its fourth major sponsor - sandwich chain Subway have pulled out of a deal to advertise during the show's commercial breaks, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Network chiefs have come under fire by critics for the explicit content of the programme, which features a group of teenagers and their drug and sex-fuelled adventures.
Fact: British drama Skins is set for an American makeover - bosses at U.S. network MTV have purchased the rights to recreate the teen show. The new version will take place in Maryland, with producers promising to include the graphic scenes of sex and drug use that made the original a U.K. hit.
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