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.
Over the 50 years since James Bond first stalked that bloody circle at the beginning of Dr No, many, many actors have been considered for the role. Some have been dismissed by producers, some have ruled themselves out due to concerns …
In the film The Pirates! Band of Misfits out on Friday (April 27), Queen Victoria is given a real drubbing but Hugh Grant, who lends his voice to the animation, is a big fan of Britain’s current Queen.
Hugh Grant has already proved himself to be something of a have-a-go hero in the phone-tapping scandal which overwhelmed UK tabloid journalism.
Poor Adele is convinced that the strain of her current astonishing success will see her off to an early grave, if she’s not careful. She told OK magazine: “Oh my God, I’m crippled by fear. I have awful stage fright. I don’t know what possesses me to do it. I think I’m going to …