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After some speculation as to whether there’s a role for Sherlock’s Andrew Scott in the 24th James Bond movie, the official announcement arrived today (December 4) of the film’s title, cast, and even the model of car ...
There are many reasons why British voices and accents are greeted with increased (and entirely appropriate) levels of reverence and respect all over the world. Some of them are historical—the British Empire was very big, after all, ...
Frankly, this could all just be the kind of overexciteable hogwash you read when there’s a new installment from a beloved movie franchise on the way and it’s got a moveable feast of a cast and the possibility of a ton of ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on June 24th, 2014
John Cleese is a forthright man, unafraid of airing his version of events that he has participated in and equally unafraid of the consequences.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 24th, 2014
While lots of people fancy themselves as a bit of a Bond, there are subtle shades of personality in each movie depiction of 007, enough to represent a broad selection of humanity. But the question is, which one are you?
By Brigid Brown | Posted on January 7th, 2014
Real-life married couple Daniel Craig (Skyfall) and Rachel Weisz (The Bourne Legacy) stepped onto the Broadway stage in Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, which was inspired by Pinter’s seven-year extramarital affair.
Sometimes you just get the sense that TV hosts, particularly morning TV hosts that have been presented with a big star, just want to ask all the questions, even the ones that have already been answered, just to see the expected answer ...
By Leah Rozen | Posted on November 14th, 2013
Stars Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, with a little help from the James Bond franchise, won their fight to have the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) lower the rating of their new film, Philomena, from R to PG-13.
British life – from the bassinet to the crematorium – has been dissected, examined and reflected back through the prism of the TV since the earliest, pre-war transmissions from Alexandra Palace in London. And for a small island, ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on August 27th, 2013
One of the reasons Skyfall was such an enormous hit as a film was the way it cleverly brought together the best themes of the 50 year long James Bond franchise, without spending too much time pointing at its own face in a mirror and ...