Get out the warm socks, because Cold Feet may be making a return, reports Yahoo! U.K. News.
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Disney is adapting English author Lewis Carroll’s story Through the Looking-Glass for the big screen, premiering summer 2016.
We’re going to mix it up a bit this Halloween, taking a look at British stars in fancy dress, American celebs dressed up in British-themed costumes, and some just for fun (can’t turn our back on a Star Wars look).
Elvis Presley is one of those people who doesn’t need a surname to be recognizable. You just know him by his first name.
Rupert Grint has signed on to star in a put pilot to air on NBC, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Yes, the name of the Netflix series is Jessica Jones, revolving around the female superhero, but we have our eye on her adversary Purple Man, portrayed by David Tennant (Doctor Who, Broadchurch).
We just recently tweeted that Sherlock’s Amanda Abbington likes to talk shop, and we like it when she does, in response to her giving us a little hint about the Victorian Sherlock special.
The neighborhood sitcom Keeping Up Appearances was a hit in both the U.K. and the U.S., airing on BBC and regularly re-airing on PBS.
In the last year Dan Stevens has starred in The Guest, A Walk Among the Tombstones and Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. In addition to his recent workload, Disney announced he’ll be the Beast in the upcoming …
The 90-minute Sherlock special, entitled “The Abominable Bride,” will be airing the same day on BBC in the U.K. and on PBS in the U.S., which is a first for the mystery series.