To judge by the rumors alone, it seems that the third Bridget Jones movie may as well release its own production diary about the hilarious trials and tribulations of attempting to make a film, rather than y’know, making the movie …
Writer-director Richard Curtis’ latest film, About Time (Nov. 1), is a unique combination of comedy, romance and science fiction.
This might be my favorite single aspect of the entire history of Bridget Jones, because it hints at a delightful back channel of conversation between two of Britain’s best acting talents, that no one suspected was there before.
There’s no easy way to say this, and actually if you’re the kind of person who hates a spoiler, maybe it is for the best that you don’t read it.
It was announced in February, 2013 that author Helen Fielding will write a third book revolving around the neurotic and unlucky in love Bridget Jones, which will be released in November, 2013.
I’m not sure if this counts as good news or not good news. Colin Firth – the go-to-guy if you want a classic reserved British person struggling against internal adversity while trying to maintain a brave face in a movie – is …
Sir Richard Branson, Virgin mogul, has released a video entitled, Sir Richard Branson’s Guide to Getting Lucky. Oh my, he doesn’t mince words, does he?
Singletons everywhere, and even married ones who are fans of Bridget Jones, can rejoice. Publisher Alfred A.
Singletons and other Bridget Jones fans can rejoice. Author Helen Fielding has announced that she’s hard at work on a third novel featuring her wildly popular, beguilingly insecure, diary-scribbling British heroine.
Dating a British Man is a ten-part series that will take you through the dating ups and downs, it can be considered a guide as what to do — or, what not to do — depending on how you look at it. Here are some tidbits based on my …