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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 accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
The Britannia Awards were held last night in Los Angeles, and we live-tweeted them. Host Rob Brydon quipped that the event was like an “Iraqi election” in that “everyone knows they’ve won before the evening …
Raise a glass to toast the tenth anniversary of the U.S. release of British director-writer Richard Curtis’ Love Actually, an enchanting, Christmas-themed movie that even Scrooges can embrace.
The prizes won’t be handed out until the Academy Awards ceremony next March in Los Angeles, but already many oddsmakers are predicting that British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor will be taking home the Best Actor Oscar.
If you’re a movie-maker and you’re hoping to one day secure an Oscar for best picture, you could do far worse than get yourself the People’s Choice award at the Toronto International Film Festival. It worked for …
There’s no better word to describe the blur of activity around Benedict Cumberbatch – cliché though it may have become – than busy, and yet he appears to have gone so far beyond busy as to attain a kind of anthill state, …
Last time, we only had pictures to offer, but now the trailer for Steve McQueen’s adaptation of 12 Years A Slave has been released, we can see Chiwetel Ejiofor giving it his all as the enslaved freeman Solomon Northup.
OK, you clearly can’t click on a link with both of your hands up like that. Put ‘em down.
Joss Whedon’s take on Shakespeare’s proto-romcom Much Ado About Nothing hits American movie screens today, proof positive of the man’s abiding affection for all things British.
More Doctor Who speculation…The Stage‘s Mark Wright puts forward the oft-mentioned Chiwetel Ejiofor. Here’s a clip of Ejiofor from the Joss Whedon film, Serenity: he has gravitas, that guy.
The reviews are in: Chiwetel Ejiofor rocks and Ewan McGregor sucks in the long-awaited West End production of Othello. The Daily Telegraph‘s Charles Spencer even calls McGregor, who plays Iago,”lifeless,” adding, …