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Monthly Archives: May 2011
There is no one quite like Helena Bonham Carter, is there? The BAFTA-winning actress marches to the beat of her own drum when it comes to fashion, and she most certainly does the same (and superbly so) when it comes to film.
Royal wedding enthusiasts looking to scoop up their next treasured bit of memorabilia will certainly want to grab the July 2011 issue of Vanity Fair.
When it comes to The Hobbit, we can barely contain our excitement. How about you? Martin Freeman‘s recent mention that Benedict Cumberbatch will be a part of the star-studded cast still has us doing the happy dance.
Does it still count as a plot spoiler if you tell someone what ISN’T going to happen in a drama? I surely hope not because, well, we’ve got some news.
Suppose you were on a holiday in the British countryside, having a wander through some scenic park or the grounds of a stately home. Tired, you alight upon an ornately carved bench which, in some undefinable way, to be a bit Stephen …
So far in this series, we have examined 10 great American institutions, and the effect a British influence has had over each one, for better or worse.
Last night, the Millennium Centre in Cardiff played host to the 20th annual British Academy Cymru Awards (the Welsh BAFTAs, effectively), and it doesn’t take a supernaturally gifted detective to figure out who the main winner was.
So, Cheryl Cole is still out of the US X Factor, this much we know. And after Simon Cowell’s catty comments over the weekend — “She doesn’t travel well.
Lady Gaga has finally ended Adele’s sixteen week run at the top of the albums chart. Her latest confection “Born This Way” biffed Adele’s “21” to one side with the highest first week sales of any …