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Monthly Archives: May 2013
We’re making our way through the map. Check out some fun British things going on in Seattle:
With BBC’s Mistresses making its way to ABC on Monday, June 3, it made us think people may want to catch up on the original show. As well, take a peek at other British shows — that have been remade in the U.S.
“It’s a battle, it’s David and Goliath,” says actor Clive Owen as he acknowledges just how tough it is for a small film like Shadow Dancer to make headway at the box office in the U.S. in the midst of blockbuster season.
By Tom Brook | Posted on May 31st, 2013
Ask U.S.-based Andrea Riseborough, who’s rapidly becoming one of the most accomplished actresses of her generation, what’s better about Britain and she responds that it’s the country’s socially diverse nature.
Are you gagging for more Hannibal? Well, you’re in luck, NBC will be dishing out another season of the cannibalistic crime thriller on Thursday nights at 10/9c, reports Deadline.com.
It’s no secret Gwyneth Paltrow is a fan of all things British. … she did marry English rock star Chris Martin of Coldplay. She’s been a card carrying member of the Anglophile club for a while.
Kenny Rackers, 27, may have shocked friends and family in Colorado Springs, CO when he said he was going to travel 4,000 miles to Gloucester, England to compete in an annual cheese-rolling contest but … he won. We give Rackers credit ...
There isn’t an exact science in determining what makes a Hollywood villain but both Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch and Pirate of the Caribbean’s Tom Hollander have recently chimed in on the debate over whether or not Brits are ...
By staff | Posted on May 30th, 2013
So, you think that all of Top Gear’s explosions, crazy challenges and automotive mayhem are just for your amusement?
Ricky Gervais (The Office) was “having a laugh” on his Twitter feed and asked fans the dubious question, “Seriously, who’s better looking?”, referring to himself or Johnny Depp. Why Depp?