It wasn’t even four score and seven minutes after a New York Film Festival sneak preview of Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln last night (October 8) that movie industry media started handicapping the film’s Academy Award prospects.
Playing every Anglophenia reader’s favorite game, Spot the Brit, is going to be easy at the megaplex this weekend.
He may not look it, but James Bond turns 50 today (October 5). Next thing you know, he’ll be using a jet-propelled walker.
The biggest British wins at last night’s Emmys were the acting awards given to Maggie Smith for Downton Abbey and to Damian Lewis for Homeland, but American series snatched other major awards away from strong British contenders.
Helen Mirren knows that it’s good to be Queen.
The British actress is donning her royal crown again. She will reprise her role as England’s Queen Elizabeth II, this time on stage, in a new play called The Audience on London’s West End.
With Labor Day upon us, the summer movie season is officially over. It will soon be safe for serious moviegoers to go back into theaters without fearing that every single movie will feature comic book heroes, robots or Adam Sandler.
Trying to sink his teeth into a serious role that has nothing to with vampires, Twilight star Robert Pattinson comes a cropper in Cosmopolis.
Rising British-American actress Rebecca Hall (The Town) will get to test her star power this weekend when The Awakening opens in U.S. theaters.
Bourne is reborn, or at least rebooted, in The Bourne Legacy, the fourth film in the popular action thriller series. It opened this weekend (August 10) with English actress Rachel Weisz in a major role.
Walk sexy and carry a big gun. That seems to be the mantra of Kate Beckinsale’s action babe in Total Recall, a sci-fi thriller that opens today (Friday, August 3).