Comic-Con 2015 hasn’t even kicked off yet, and we’re already getting some “swag” with an advance look at the Crimson Peak character posters featuring Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Hunnam and Australian actress Mia Wasikowska.
English is a mongrel tongue. It’s a language that betrays influences from every modern language you could care to name and several that no one speaks any more.
For die-hard Game of Thrones fans who have read the books, watched the series, and love analyzing what’s to come, there is a debate over whether or not Kit Harington’s character Jon Snow will be returning for the next season.
Thinking of hosting some kind of summer garden party? Fancy having a go at Britishing up your cocktail list?
Brenda Blethyn returns to the U.S. in season five of Vera on Monday, July 6, and she’s asking all the right questions.
Should you be considering a visit to your local planetarium or science center over the next few days, check and see if they are showing a documentary called Solar Superstorms. It’s a vivid, glowing journey into our own sun, …
Pinning John Barrowman down (not like that) to just 10 memorable encounters (or that) is no mean feat. He’s got so many strings to his bow (so to speak) that just sifting through his archive of saucy experiences is practically a …
Graham Norton‘s couch is all British in this week’s (July 4) episode of The Graham Norton Show with Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, singer Rita Ora, actor Ewan McGregor, and comedian Jack Whitehall.
William Shatner is going where no man has gone before in his Star Trek: The Next Generation documentary Chaos on the Bridge, reports EntertainmentTonight online.
There’s a lovely interview with the theater director John Tiffany in the Scottish Daily Record which sheds some light on his involvement in J.K. Rowling‘s new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.