British actor Hugh Grant is active on Twitter, tweeting away updates like enjoying a new book or discovering a music track.
Welcome to the Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a cumulation of space flotsam and time jetsam from the past week or so. And we begin this week with a pervasive pun.
British actress Emma Watson appears on the September cover of Vogue U.K. with the words, “Voice of a generation,” emblazoned under her name.
The British singer and TV star Cilla Black died yesterday (August 2), aged 72. And tributes and quotes have been coming in from some of the many people she worked with in a 50-year career as one of the nation’s favorite …
The British celebrities we tend to keep an eye on may carry themselves as if they’re sensitive artistes, for whom dignity is on equal footing with oxygen as a necessity for life itself, but rest assured, they’re all, without …
Musicians, particularly those of a hipster disposition, we have an invaluable service to offer as you gather together into your various groups and ensembles. Rather than pinching the stage names of other performers and making your own, …
It seems like author J.K. Rowling hardly ever takes the day off from work, whether she’s writing or keeping up with readers on Twitter.
As reported back in May, Benedict Cumberbatch is one of the star names in Black Mass, a tale of organised crime, corruption and violence starring Johnny Depp, Joel Edgerton and Kevin Bacon.
Wouldn’t it just be delightful to spend the day with Alan Rickman?
That may not be happening in the near future, but we can take a spin with him around the Qatar Goodwood Festival at Goodwood Racecourse in Chichester, England with this gallery of photos.
As previously mentioned, Idris Elba has been working on a movie adaptation of Beasts of No Nation, the adaptation of Uzodinma Iweala‘s 2005 novel Beasts, which will be appearing in selected movie theaters and on Netflix.