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In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
Well, it’s that time of year again when post-Christmas wallets are weighed up and paperwork is gathered for the filing …Read Now
It is said that a positive review from British restaurant critic Giles Coren can be worth $1 million to an …Read Now
It’s been a massive week for the British Invasion of television, especially for NBC. As reported yesterday (March 3), James Callis and Jamie Bamber have been cast in the network’s new supernatural cop drama, 17th …
Dude, we're famous! Tori from the newly launched BBC America Insider blog - check it out now on Tumblr - chatted with me, Kevin Wicks, about the piece I wrote on the new British Invasion that's underway.
The police procedural could be the most creatively spent genre in all of television. (Yet networks continue to churn them out.
The British Invasion of American entertainment charges on: Minnie Driver, who spoke to us recently about her career and growing older in Hollywood, is one of the many Brits to land U.S.
Amongst all the media chatter about the British actor playing Superman, one person has remained mum, and that’s the man himself, Henry Cavill. Well, the Tudors star has broken his silence in a big way: he’s featured on the …
In the past month, we’ve been looking at a remarkable British Invasion of America’s entertainment industry. Superman is now a Brit. American TV networks are gorging on British comedies and dramas.
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 …
The 15 ft. bronze statue of Superman that stands in front the courthouse in Metropolis, Ill., a town that’s the site of the annual Superman Celebration festival, bears the inscription, “Truth – Justice – The American Way.”
Stephen Colbert, that staunch defender of all things American, took on this week’s news of a British Superman (Henry Cavill) in the “Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger” segment on last night’s (February 2) Colbert …
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?