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There’s a new, live-action adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book The BFG, directed by Steven Speilberg, and he has cast one of Britain’s mightiest thespian talents in the lead role.
This is a project that appears to have been a long time in the planning, but it’s finally been confirmed that Mark Rylance – the theatrical astonishment last seen fending off Stephen Fry’s advances in the internationally ...
By Erin Janosik | Posted on August 14th, 2013
Since the announcement of the royal birth, line of succession to the throne has been in the limelight. (At the center of focus was the change in succession laws, which now states that an older girl cannot be dropped down in line to the ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on November 30th, 2011
Our week of “Would You Rather” questions, in celebration of Graham Norton‘s new show premiering Saturday (December 3), has reached Hump Day, so to speak. Today, we venture into the lusty world of The Tudors and offer ...
Looking forward to the mayhem, vice and scandal of The Tudors? Season 3 starts tonight (Nov. 16) at 9/8c and picks up where the lust, double-dealing and murder of Season 2 left off.
By Leah Rozen | Posted on November 11th, 2011
A couple of years back, while visiting England with two then 13-year-old nieces, I took them to see Hampton Court, where Henry VIII and other British rulers lived and frolicked. When I suggested that we view a special temporary exhibit ...