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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
It’s hard to be sure that this news, which is impossibly exciting for British people of a certain age and mental attitude, will have quite the same resonance all the way over there, but here goes, from the beginning:
Did anyone else get the impression that Colin Firth had gone missing for a bit there? It seemed as if he was everywhere for a while, The King’s Speech and the ensuing award attention, all that stuff, and then suddenly it all went …
Some weeks, it just rains men in drenched ol’ England. This week is one, with an outstanding example of British beefcake celebrating his birthday almost every day of the week.
As you may have heard, Scotsman Peter Capaldi has been cast as the Twelfth Doctor on Doctor Who. Let’s give him a proper welcome by celebrating some outstanding films and TV programs set in Scotland.
Keri Russell (The Americans) takes life into her own hands in the film adaptation of Shannon Hale’s novel Austenland. Russell’s character, Jane Hayes, is a 30-something New Yorker who is “secretly” consumed with the BBC …
Poor London. Not only has it had to suffer innumerable attacks from alien hordes, futuristic terrorists and those rotten Daleks, now the historic rafters are about to be torn up and the foundations churned by a massive Colin Firth as …
It was announced in February, 2013 that author Helen Fielding will write a third book revolving around the neurotic and unlucky in love Bridget Jones, which will be released in November, 2013.
In more casting news, Colin Firth (The King’s Speech) and Emma Stone (The Amazing Spider-Man) are both confirmed to star in Woody Allen’s next project, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
I’m not sure if this counts as good news or not good news. Colin Firth – the go-to-guy if you want a classic reserved British person struggling against internal adversity while trying to maintain a brave face in a movie – is …
Colin Firth (The King’s Speech) and Emily Blunt (The Young Victoria) star in Arthur Newman, a story of two people who don’t really like who they are and so, instead, take on other’s identities. It’s not necessarily a story of …