Bruce Campbell will take over Stan’s Twitter account today

Alex Kidman 31 October 2016 NEWS


The star of Ash Vs Evil Dead will take questions on Twitter from lunchtime today.

One of Stan’s most notable exclusives has been its pickup of Starz series Ash Vs Evil Dead. As the name suggests, it’s a (loose) continuation of the Evil Dead movies helmed by Sam Raimi and starring Bruce Campbell in his most famous role of Ash Williams. Combining a healthy dose of gore with a lot of physical comedy, Ash Vs Evil Dead is made available for streaming on a per-episode basis as soon as they’ve aired in the US. As you might expect, this isn't a series for the kiddies to watch, unless you want particularly warped kiddies.

Stan has Bruce Campbell in Australia as part of a promotional tour, and today the star of the show (and plenty of other fine fare, such as the wonderful but under-appreciated The Adventures Of Brisco County Jr) will be taking over Stan's Twitter account and taking questions from the public from 12:30pm AEDT.

As per Stan’s instructions, all you need to do in order to ask Bruce Campbell that question that’s been burning in your skull* is tweet using the hashtag #BruceStanTakeover. It’s a fair bet that they haven’t hired him for days worth of questions, however, so it might be wise to get your queries in early.

*Burning in the skull could also be a sign of Necronomicon possession. Be careful out there.

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