Two of America’s greatest living film directors are going British this holiday season. Both Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg have shot their new movies in England.
Polls are strange things: you ask a bunch of people the same question, and gather together the most common answers. Does that mean you can extrapolate outwards to make a sweeping generalisation like in the headline above this very blog …
The role of the Doctor’s companion has always been a tough balancing act. For the producers of the show, they need a human who can be confused by the alien concepts, so that the Doctor can explain what’s going on.
Martin Scorsese’s new film Hugo relies heavily on the talents of 14-year-old British actor Asa Butterfield who, as the title character, appears in virtually every scene.
Elbow should be a band who are well used to creating a sense of drama, which is probably why they have been chosen to provide a new song for the BBC coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Games.
As today is a special day (and I’m all alone in the office), it seems a good time to have a think about the things which Britain has given to America, the things for which America should be thankful.
We live in troubled times. The international finance crisis has created increasing tensions between those who have a lot, and wish to keep as much of it as possible, and those who have very little and would appreciate some help.
Previously, we shared David Tennant‘s joyous Doctor Who farewell video, featuring Tennant and Who cast and crew dancing along to The Proclaimers‘s “(I’m Gonna Be) 500 Miles.” The clip went viral about a …
We’ve been skeptical before about Kate Middleton pregnancy rumors reported by tabloids.
News is trickling out about the eagerly awaited Doctor Who Christmas special, The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe. We’ve seen the trailer, and we know Claire Skinner, Bill Bailey, Arabella Weir, and Alexander Armstrong are in …