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Monthly Archives: July 2013
American actress Evan Rachel Wood (True Blood; Running with Scissors) and husband English actor Jamie Bell (Filth; Billy Elliot) are thrilled to welcome their baby son into the world. The couple has yet to announce the name of the …
Disclaimer: no one even hinted at the word ‘lowest’ in the title above. As far as I am concerned, all of the people in this list are the highest common denominators conceivable. And they’re not common either.
Normally we’d be cock-a-hoop with a brand new (as of yesterday) trailer for the new season of a hit TV show starring Damian Lewis. Actually, anything starring Damian Lewis would do.
Say what you like about Christian Bale, but he is, by and large, a good-looking man. Which makes these newly-released shots from his latest movie all the more appealing for those of us who were not blessed with that particular gift.
The Grammy nominated “You’re Beautiful” singer James Blunt took to Twitter to apologize for an email blast that went out to millions of music fans.
J.K. Rowling is having a busy month. Not Benedict Cumberbatch busy, but busy nonetheless.
Arthur Darvill isn’t the only British actor starring in the Broadway musical 'Once.' Opposite him every night onstage is Joanna Christie, who also hails from the U.K.
In a tweet today by BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt, Prince Charles was quoted in saying that he liked the name George, but that the royal baby will be called “Georgie in no time”. The royal family has been known to have …
The worlds of Harry Potter and Downton Abbey will collide this fall when Rupert Grint and Brendan Coyle appear together on the West End stage in a London revival of Mojo, a crime drama about petty crooks and gangsters.
If you’re thinking “hang on just a cotton-picking minute, isn’t that Lars Mikkelsen, from out of the original series of The Killing?” you’re absolutely right.