Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) is the last man on earth, or so he thinks, in the film adaptation of American author Robert C. Obrien‘s 1974 novel Z for Zachariah.
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English actor Marc Warren joins Bertie Carvel and Eddie Marsan in BBC AMERICA’s magical mini-series Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell as the Gentleman, a faerie spirit summoned by Mr. Norrell.
Irish-German actor Michael Fassbender (X-Men: Days of Future Past) takes on the title role of the power-hungry Scottish general in the retelling of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
Nobody’s going to accuse English comedian and actor Russell Brand (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Arthur) of being a wallflower these days, but he wasn’t always so confident and outspoken. He grew up feeling alienated, …
This week’s episode of The Graham Norton Show catches up with American actress Melissa McCarthy, who stars in the Brit-centric action comedy Spy, hitting U.S. theaters this Friday (June 5).
British director Sarah Gavron’s (Brick Lane) fact-based film Suffragette kicks off with a bang, literally, with Carey Mulligan and Anne-Marie Duff (Shameless) picking up rocks and throwing them through store windows in the first few …
Sir Ian McKellen is excited for the second season of Vicious to debut, and he has some ideas on how to kick it up a notch. It’s time for a bedroom scene, according to the seasoned actor.
Simon Pegg comes to the defense of romantic comedies, saying they’re not just for women, reports pop culture blog The Mary Sue.
Writer Russell T. Davies‘ Doctor Who spinoff Torchwood kicked off in 2006 and ran for four seasons, ending in 2011.
Thomas McCormack, 34, from Croy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, was on his way to work when his four-year-old dog Paddy jumped up beside him on the commuter train.