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It’s accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
Henry Cavill (The Tudors) stars in the retelling of DC Comics’ Superman in the Man of Steel (June 14). There’s already been two trailers released and just today there’s a new TV spot.
You might just think you’re in England if you turn on your TV next fall. That’s because the new 2012-13 TV schedule will be crammed with shows featuring British stars or based on UK programs.
Today, Warner Bros. has released a first glimpse of Tudors star Henry Cavill in his Superman tights.
Jason Isaacs and Ioan Gruffudd made the cut. As did Robert Carlyle and Shelley Conn.
Jamie Bamber is one of the pioneers of the recent British Invasion of American TV. In 2004, the handsome, London-born actor began a five-year run on the acclaimed reboot of the sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, skillfully assuming an …
A little over a week after their U.S. version of Skins had its season (series?
The English-born Broadway performer Jonathan Cake is set to join the cast of ABC’s aging suburban soap Desperate Housewives. And he’s allegedly not going to be one of Wisteria Lane’s disposable Hunks of the Month à la …
Last week, something quite amazing happened: UK artists held the top 3 spots on the Billboard Hot 200 chart for the first time in a quarter-century. Adele was No.
Make room for another British Invader on U.S. TV.
Add two more to the growing list of Brits nailing down U.S. pilots this year: Natalie Dormer, who plays the slinky, sexy Anne Boleyn on The Tudors (as seen on BBC America), has been cast in ABC’s Poe, Deadline reports.