Before we really get stuck in, it might help to have a brief look at the language around sausages in Britain, and how they’ve been used in certain recipes. For example, the term bangers—when used to describe sausages and not …
Gone Girl’s Rosamund Pike returns to the psychological thriller genre in Return to Sender, hitting U.S. theaters on August 14.
In the parlor game “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon,” you must tie the prolific star to any other film actor in six steps or fewer. Last month, we asked BBC AMERICA viewers to weigh in on the British actor who most fulfills the …
Daniel Radcliffe has been on a roll, taking over the internet with one good-humored moment after another.
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, …
Two years have sped by and Prince George is celebrating his second birthday today (July 22). Little ones are only little for a short time, so we must pay attention to all the moments filled with smiles and cuddles.
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.
Emilia Clarke’s Terminator: Genisys just premiered earlier this month, but that doesn’t mean the British actress is taking a summer holiday.
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.