Abraham Lincoln and the British? Surely these folks at Anglophenia must be joking, you must be thinking to yourself.
Posts by Paul Hechinger
We don’t usually associate the city of London with car chases, but that may change with the release of Fast & Furious 6 this week.
“Choosing the car you drive is like choosing your wardrobe, maybe even more important,” Vin Diesel told TopGear.com about Fast & Furious 6.
We can see the advance publicity for the next James Bond movie now: “Coming soon to a Parliament near you.”
Alfred Hitchcock fans here in the U.S.
The craze over the Harlem Shake hit Oxford University, as it has just about everywhere else, but one rendition has caused a controversy that this week went all the way to Britain’s House of Commons.
Film director Danny Boyle has some definite ideas about where Britain stands in the modern cultural universe.
Michael Caine, who celebrates his 80th birthday today, has been telling us great stories through his screen performances for more than half a century. But, as anyone who’s ever seen him on a talk show knows, the London-born actor …
It’s not enough that Judi Dench is one of Britain’s leading actresses, or that she’s won gazillions of screen and stage awards, or that she’s been knighted. Her brilliance is now being etched into the English language …
Press junkets, in which celebrities sit for serial interviews to promote their latest movies, are generally not conducive to unique, surprising or unusual answers.