Posts by Brigid Brown

First Look: Tom Hiddleston Looks Foreboding in ‘High-Rise’ Lift

We can thank Tom Hiddleston himself for tweeting out a first look of his character in the forthcoming High-Rise film, directed by Ben Wheatley (Down Terrace).

5 Eddie Redmayne Roles You Should Watch Online

Eddie Redmayne is blessed with those boyish looks, but he’s actually 33 years old, and has been honing his skills as an actor for a while.

WATCH: New ‘Outlander’ Trailer Previews Midseason Return

If you’re a fan of Outlander, you may be suffering from “Droughtlander,” as the cast refers to the midseason break. Lucky for us, the creators have put together a preview video of what to expect in the second half of the …

5 Unexpected Weather Updates on Live British TV

Predicting the weather is hard enough; presenting the weather can be just as unpredictable. We give weather presenters so much credit for taking on such a fickle task.

WATCH: London Design Firm Turns Studio into Ball Pit for Adults

Pearlfisher, a design company based in London with an office in NYC, has had a light bulb idea, turning part of their studio into a ball pit.

Snapshot: Stephen Fry Through the Years

Stephen Fry is set to host the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) on Sunday, February 8, marking his tenth time hosting the ceremony. The British funny man is well-practiced as a master of ceremonies, having also hosted the …

First Look: Freddie Highmore Returns as Norman Bates in Creepy Poster

Freddie Highmore (August Rush) returns as a psychopath in the making for the third season of Bates Motel, starring opposite Vera Farmiga (Up in the Air), premiering on A&E on Monday, March 9.

Brit-Spotting: Dame Helen Mirren Rides the NYC Subway in Style

London may trump NYC when it comes to dressing up underground travel, but the NYC MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) got a stylish upgrade with Dame Helen Mirren riding the subway this past weekend.

Daniel Radcliffe: English Accent or Bust, According to Movie Producers

Why fix something if it’s not broken? In other words, if you’re an actor, an English actor to be exact, then why drop the delightfully pleasant way of speaking that makes us Americans weak in the knees?

Rumor Control: The Fate of ‘Downton Abbey’

Viewers are worried about Downton Abbey coming to an end in response to creator Julian Fellowes starting a new project for NBC called The Gilded Age in 2015. The project was confirmed at the Television Critics Association tour …