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Film Trailer Friday: New ‘Spider Man’ and ‘Ill Manors’ Trailers

This probably isn’t going to become a thing, but there are two new film trailers doing the rounds which star notable British actors, one very expensive and inescapable, and one cheap and worthy.

‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ Scores Seven Tony Nods; James Corden Up for Best Actor

British funnyman James Corden, Smithy from Gavin & Stacey and Craig Owens from Doctor Who, woke up this morning (May 1) a Tony nominee for his performance in the Broadway comedy One Man, Two Guvnors. He’s up for Best Actor in a …

WATCH: The Brit-Fest ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Trailer

So the trailer for the new rebooted Spider-Man movie has come out, and of course it’s got people in a bit of a lather. They seem to be taking a few liberties with the back-story, making Peter Parker look more like a man of destiny …

News Roundup: Kate Winslet Battles ‘A Wall Of Fire’

Kate Winslet has revealed exactly what happened on the night of the fire at Richard Branson’s house, and who were the real heroes.

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David Mitchell: UK Actors Should Stick to Villains, Not Superheroes

Leave it to David Mitchell, star of Peep Show and That Mitchell and Webb Look, to give his own humorously cantankerous but thoughtful take on things. His target this week: Britain’s monopoly on America’s leading superhero …

A Half-Century After the Beatles, Is Another British Invasion Underway?

Is this all some sort of post-colonial payback? Has a gang of rogue Brits suddenly descended upon Hollywood and replaced our American-born gods with UK ones?

‘Tudors’ Star Henry Cavill Becomes Latest Brit To Land Superhero Part

British actors are putting a stranglehold on Hollywood’s superhero roles. There’s Christian Bale as Batman, and more recently, The Social Network star Andrew Garfield has taken over for Tobey Maguire in the Spider-Man …

Oscar Nominations: ‘The King’s Speech’ Leads with 12

The King's Speech dominated this morning's (January 25) Oscar nominations, with 12 total nominations, including ones for Colin Firth (watch our interview), Helena Bonham Carter, Geoffrey Rush, and director Tom Hooper. Christian Bale received recognition for The Fighter, but there are some notable British snubs this year.