At this point, most of us have seen Four Weddings and a Funeral a number of times, with the film hitting theaters twenty years ago in 1994.
There was a time, specifically between the mid 1990s and mid 2000s, when Hugh Grant was the king of the romantic comedy. But in more recent years, the former Bridget Jones cad has moved away from the genre that made his name, …
Staffordshire, England received an unexpected visit from movie star Hugh Grant, who was on site to help out his friend and former fire fighter Paul Dadge unveil a new community responder vehicle this past weekend, reports local news …
Tomorrow, if you can believe it, it has been 20 years since Hugh Grant first stammered into our lives, with the U.S. release of Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Raise a glass to toast the tenth anniversary of the U.S. release of British director-writer Richard Curtis’ Love Actually, an enchanting, Christmas-themed movie that even Scrooges can embrace.
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.
Director Guy Ritchie’s film adaptation of the spy series The Man From U.N.C.
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.
A handful of UK productions are being remade stateside and are either in pre-production or pilot stage. While we don’t have clips of the new shows, we have a bit of an update on each, and want to take a peek at the originals.
NBC is making a pilot based on Nick Hornby’s novel About a Boy starring Minnie Driver (The Riches, Good Will Hunting) as the troubled single mother Fiona, played by Toni Collette in the film adaptation, confirms The Telegraph.