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By Rachel Marie Paquin | Posted on April 30th, 2013
Last week a sample of The Great Gatsby soundtrack was released on YouTube, giving fans a glimpse of the music that will accompany the jazz-era film. When we looked at it, we focused on Emeli Sandé covering Beyoncé’s “Crazy in ...
Michael Fassbender (Shame) is attached to play the lead in a new film adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, reports BBC News.
I’m not sure if this counts as good news or not good news. Colin Firth – the go-to-guy if you want a classic reserved British person struggling against internal adversity while trying to maintain a brave face in a movie – is ...
So THAT’S what the middle of the TARDIS is like! There’s a stately home in there! And a library, and some corridors, and a quarry… oh and an exploding star. Talk about all mod cons!
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on April 30th, 2013
Well, this certainly qualifies as an event: Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi have done a six-part sitcom together titled Vicious, playing a quick-quipped gay couple who’ve been shacked up for nearly 50 years. 5.
This morning (April 30), BBC Cymru Wales announced Brian Minchin as the new executive producer of Doctor Who. He will take on the position with immediate effect, serving alongside showrunner Steven Moffat.
The thing you have to realise about all of the Star Trek Into Darkness trailer clips doing the rounds (we’re up to a remarkable 65% of the internet now), is that they are simply fulfilling a need. When the movie finally opens in ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on April 29th, 2013
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, celebrate their second wedding anniversary today, Monday, April 29. William, 30, will be away due to his Royal Air Force duties.
The trouble with Benedict Cumberbatch is that his tone of voice is that of a impatient, imperious rotten swine, and yet the things he says are invariably lovely. This creates a conflict of affection in which fans are both slightly ...
In an episode that would spark massive controversy if it were on an American TV show, the focus was squarely on birth control and abortion in the latest chapter of Call the Midwife, the popular BBC show that airs on the PBS in the U.S.