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America’s British population has taken to the web to voice its displeasure at news that U.S. candy giant Hershey has successfully blocked our much loved U.K.-produced chocolate from being exported to the land of the free.Read Now
In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Before we get to see Henry Cavill flex some serious muscle in next year’s Superman reboot Man of Steel, the hunky Brit and fellow Tudors star will appear in Immortals.
When it comes to being one of the world’s biggest stars, sharing a quiet dinner with friends or a significant other can be difficult to pull off sometimes. The paparazzi are seemingly always around and a host of squealing fans are …
It appears Kate wants to turn Westminster Abbey into a version of Sherwood Forest. Although it was expected the Abbey would have some floral decoration, many were surprised when more than four tons of foliage was delivered yesterday …
Royal wedding mania is in absolute full effect, folks! If you’re one of the many royal enthusiasts hosting your own special soiree or if you’ve indulged in some of the creative royal wedding swag that’s out there, …
One of the highlights at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival has been Britain’s Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon doing impersonations of actor Michael Caine in their film The Trip.
As George Lucas will (probably not) tell you, the key to a successful franchise is to know when to stop. With the Harry Potter books, J.K.
No offense, Spike Lee: we all know that the Brits are the true original kings and queens of comedy. On Royal Wedding Friday (April 29), BBC America will celebrate British comedic royalty at the Atlanta Film Festival, sponsoring an …
If I’m honest, I never thought Queen were the choosiest of bands with regard to how their legacy is maintained. There’s the stage musical We Will Rock You for example, or the collaboration with the pop group Five on the song …
On April 29, Brides Magazine editor-in-chief Millie Martini Bratten will join Royal Wedding Insider from London for live blog coverage of the royal wedding. Today she reflects on this momentous occasion — and why Prince William and Kate Middleton have commanded the world's imagination.
In The Devil’s Double, English actor Dominic Cooper (An Education, Tamara Drewe) takes on his most powerful and darkest role yet as Saddam Hussein‘s evil son Uday. He also portrays his assigned body double Latif Yahia.