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By Brigid Brown | Posted on November 12th, 2014
It’s November and you know what that means: men donning moustaches worldwide in the name of prostate cancer awareness.
The Queen’s Birthday Honours List was announced yesterday, and it seems we have a new theatrical sir to add to an already enormously impressive list. Daniel Day-Lewis is to receive a knighthood, putting the three-time Oscar winner ...
There’s a great alternate history of Hollywood to be written, in which the actors that just missed out on getting certain iconic screen roles are shown having got the part.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on April 19th, 2013
Time Magazine has announced its annual list of the 100 most influential people which included Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge; Hilary Mantel, novelist and two time Man Booker Prize winner and Oscar-winning actor Daniel ...
By Paul Hechinger | Posted on February 25th, 2013
The biggest British-related award of the evening was the one that, as was widely expected, went to Daniel Day-Lewis as best actor in the title role of Lincoln.
By Tom Brook | Posted on February 22nd, 2013
In the run up to the Oscars, the three best picture nominees with stories based on real people or events — Lincoln, Argo and Zero Dark Thirty — have all had the veracity of their storytelling challenged.
This year, there’s no big British Oscar winning film in sight like The King’s Speech. But some British victories are being forecast.
I’m pretty sure if a well-known British actor had tried his hand at directing, delivered a well-liked and unthodox thriller, starring himself, then taken it to an awards ceremony in America and walked off with two of the largest ...
The Brits have made an early showing at the 70th Annual Golden Globes with Dame Maggie Smith winning Best Supporting Actress for her performance in BBC’s Downton Abbey. Let’s do some Brit-spotting at the Globes!
By Leah Rozen | Posted on January 10th, 2013
Nearly eight million viewers tuned into PBS on Sunday night to see the premiere of Downton Abbey’s third season, but Oscar nominee Daniel Day-Lewis wasn’t one of them.