Monthly Archives: July 2012

‘The Hour’ Star Ben Whishaw in ‘Cloud Atlas’: Watch Trailer

Twitter and the Interwebs have been abuzz today after the release of a gorgeous extended trailer for Cloud Atlas, an ambitious, visually arresting adaptation of British author David Mitchell‘s 2004 novel. The film features six ...

Top Gear Thursday: BMW Art Cars Take Over a London Car Park

London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts is closed for the Olympics – but the ICA is taking over a parking garage for a very special exhibit about cars.

Rupert Grint Waves A New Kind Of Magic Wand

It’s going to take a few years before the journalists, bloggers and writers of the world get tired of trying to make up spell puns whenever Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson or Rupert Grint do anything in the public eye. However, you ...

RIP Mary Tamm, The First Romana From ‘Doctor Who’

I’m writing this on behalf of every Doctor Who fan who finds it hard to know what the appropriate response may be when one of the many actors who gave their favorite show life, loses theirs. I’ve never met the actress Mary ...

Watch: British ‘Twilight’ Fan Reacts Badly To ‘The News’

You know what would really help everyone deal with this ongoing Kristen Stewart, Rupert Sanders, Robert Pattinson affair in a responsible and adult fashion, respecting all boundaries and acting like true friends? That’s right, a ...

Rupert Sanders is a Piece of Work

English director Rupert Sanders, 41, married with two children, is fast becoming a household name after his recent rendezvous with actress, Kristen Stewart, 22, who appeared in Sanders’ feature film debut Snow White and the ...

Photos: ‘Merlin’ Stars Colin Morgan, Katie McGrath at Comic-Con

Look what we’ve found: photos of Merlin‘s Colin Morgan and Katie McGrath — who play Merlin and Morgana on the series, respectively — at a BBC AMERICA fan signing at San Diego Comic-Con.

WATCH: Christian Bale on Occupy Wall Street Parallels in ‘Dark Knight Rises’

Set in a post-9/11 world, the new Batman film The Dark Knight Rises touches on contemporary anxieties and stresses. Star Christian Bale says: “There’s the whole notion of the economic meltdown – you know globally the fat cats, ...

Music Roundup: Five Official Themes From The London Games

Here’s Elbow’s score for the BBC coverage of the games. They’ve arranged it so it can be cropped into tiny bits and used for trails, montages and all sorts.

Six Great Uses of the ‘Chariots of Fire’ Theme

Vangelis’ musical masterpiece for the 1981 British film Chariots of Fire earned an Oscar for Best Original Music Score and set the gold standard for cheesy inspirational music everywhere. Cut to the endless stream of parodies ...