Tag Archives: Christian Bale

WATCH: Christian Bale In China’s Most Expensive Movie

Y’know what I’d like to see? Christian Bale in a comedy film.

News Roundup: ‘X Factor’ Judge is ‘Sick of Adele,’ Winehouse is Britain’s Best-Seller, Stephen Fry Honors Steve Jobs

• Take That‘s Gary Barlow says he’s “sick” of Adele. Well, he has a good reason to be.

Vote in the Anglo Fan Favorites Quarterfinals, Men of 2011

As we get closer to determining the Anglo Fan Favorite of 2011, the races are getting tougher. Colin Firth or James McAvoy? Richard Armitage or Alan Rickman? Vote!

Vote in the Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament, Round 2: Men of 2011

News Roundup: The Beckhams’ Golden Tribute to Harper, Pete Doherty and Carla Bruni Pal Up, and Helen ‘Body of the Year’ Mirren

Y’know that family who’ve just had a new baby and they’re so smitten they can’t stop recording every aspect of their child’s growth? And changing their Facebook profile picture to a picture of the baby?

Vote in the Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament: The Men of 2011

Five Great British Things The Americans Improved

My what a strong reaction we had to the last blog, Great British Things The Americans Ruined! Still we have a little more work to do before our story is done (otherwise it just looks like we’re trying to stir up trouble).

Oscars 2011 Recap: ‘The King’s Speech’ Prevails with Four Awards

After Ricky Gervais took it in the chin for his “mean-spirited” hosting job at January’s Golden Globes, the 83rd annual Academy Awards tried to make sure Sunday evening’s (February 27) show from Hollywood’s ...

WATCH: Colin Firth, Other British Oscar Hopefuls Have Their Say

Colin Firth in ‘The King’s Speech’ The British presence at this year’s Academy Awards is formidable. According to the UK Film Council, British talent has secured 33 nominations — and Britain is ...

Oscar Predictions: Can ‘King’s Speech’ Prevail Over ‘Social Network’?

Will The King’s Speech manage to win a kingly sized portion of the awards up for grabs this Sunday (February 27) at the Oscars? The British historical drama has been nominated for 12 gold statues, including Best Picture.