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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Adele‘s 2012 has been jam-packed with awards and milestones – six Grammys, a Billboard award, the record-breaking sales of her sophomore album 21, and her inclusion on Time Magazine’s “most influential ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on June 29th, 2012
Top Gear’s Richard Hammond is returning for the second season of Crash Course, which begins filming next week in Texas. The new eight-episode, 60-minute season, produced by BBC Worldwide Productions for BBC America, will land Hammond ...
Star Trek star Chris Pine has revealed his deep glee at working with Benedict Cumberbatch on the – as yet untitled – new Trek movie, singling him out for particular praise for bringing a sense of lurking intellect to his role as ...
Some of the most enduring monsters from all of science fiction are the ones that can be most easily parodied in a schoolyard situation. Want to be a Dalek?
There will surely be tens of thousands, or more, news photographs of the Queen this Jubilee year, but none is likely to be as historically significant as the much-heralded photograph of the monarch shaking hands with former Irish ...
It seems to be the week for slightly odd teaser trailers. After the Mumford and Sons oddness yesterday, today we’ve seen NBC’s promo photos for their London Games coverage, which takes the cover of the Beatles album ...
By Leah Rozen | Posted on June 28th, 2012
Hold tight, Downton Abbey fans. There’s just another six months to go until Season 3 begins airing on PBS in early 2013. (Or one could travel to England, where Season 3 starts showing on ITV this fall.)
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on June 28th, 2012
Long before he slithered into that Lycra suit, Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield caught the attention of Doctor Who fans with his appearances in two episodes back in 2007. And the soon-to-be household name recently spoke to ...
No one’s ever called Jeremy Clarkson boring. But how long does it take for Jezza himself to become bored, and, specifically, how long does it take him to become bored while he’s behind the wheel of a car?
By Tom Brook | Posted on June 28th, 2012
Andrew Garfield faced many challenges in playing Spider-Man, including proving that as a Brit he was capable of giving an authentic representation of a truly American superhero.