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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Ah, do you remember the first time? Some very lucky French fans are singing exactly that after seeing Pulp perform their first show nearly a decade on Wednesday night (May 25).
On Wednesday night (May 25), President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle commemorated their two-day state visit of the UK with a black-tie dinner at the stately Winfield House in London. The presidential couple wanted to return the ...
Just because Colin Firth is an Oscar-winning megastar doesn’t mean he’s too good to take out the trash.
Queen fans, there’s a new BBC documentary on the band coming your way very soon, to mark their 40th anniversary as a going concern. It’s called Queen: Days Of Our Lives and it’s going to be on BBC2 this weekend.
By Tom Brook | Posted on May 26th, 2011
Ewan McGregor hasn’t yet made up his mind if he’ll star in a forthcoming movie his mother is overseeing.
Poor Jamie Oliver. He comes all the way to the U.S.
OK so we promise we won’t be running lots and lots of stories about the American X Factor and who is and is not going to be judging it this year. Frankly the way things are going, they should get the contestants to decide ...
It’s just such a lovely simple idea. Take a video camera, the cast of the Harry Potter film franchise, and point it at them, one by one, while asking them to sum up the experience of working on eight of the biggest British films ...
According to TMZ, Cheryl Cole has been axed from the U.S. X Factor.
James Bond. That name still has a ring like no other. And there’s only six (so far) actors who have been blessed to portray the fictional British spy during its nearly 50-year run on the silver screen.