The three heroic protagonists in the Harry Potter stories form a useful study for all aspiring writers in keeping your characters distinct. You’ve got Ron, the amiable chump who tags along with what his best friends are doing, …
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After everything that happened in Skyfall, you’d think the top brass at Mi5 would cut James Bond a little slack from time to time. He did stop that fella who blew up their office building, after all.
Welcome to the Doctor Who‘s Day Roundup, a grab bag of Gallifreyan gubbins that takes in any and all Whovian events across all known time streams and dimensional rifts over the past week.
We’re all getting geared up for the release of the latest James Bond movie Spectre, the fourth to star Daniel Craig in the lead role and the consolidation of his hard-bitten and growly version of that character.
This is proof, if proof were needed, that Daniel Radcliffe does not save his rapping talents for key moments on TV chat shows. He actually goes out, with his girlfriend Erin Darke, to sharpen his flow at karaoke nights.
The rules of this game are very simple. We’re setting up an instant pantheon, one that stretches back over the entire timeline of Anglophenia, from its birth in 2005 to the article of dazzling wonderment you see before you today.
Apparently there is a strong promotional reason for the following clips to exist, something to do with an appearance by Sir Patrick Stewart on NPR’s Ask Me Another and Sir Ian McKellen having Mr. Holmes to promote on Yahoo.
We could probably keep running blog posts about Shakespeare’s use of words from now until the end of the internet and never run out of new gems to mine from his illustrious back catalog.
The internet is a terrifically kind place for fans of the Harry Potter stories. Not only can you get direct access to J.K.
Tilda Swinton has officially confirmed that she will be taking an important role in the new Doctor Strange movie, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and she’s delighted.