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 …
By now, you’ll no doubt be getting used to the froth-on we Anglophenians like to display whenever there’s a new film trailer doing the rounds. And if you’re feeling at all sceptical about this, you’ve every …
Once an actor reaches the twilight of his or her career, their minds often turn to campaigning for various causes. It’s partly a way of using their fame and influence for good (as they see it), but also a good way of remaining in …
Remember our post on British replacements for Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men? Well, either we were extraordinarily prescient or CBS and Warner Bros. are stealing our ideas, man!
Unlike Prince William and Kate Middleton, few young British couples get married in Westminster Abbey, clad in a military uniform and designer gown, and arriving at the ceremony via horse drawn carriage. Not by a long shot.
Hugh Grant is trending on Twitter in the UK today not because of a film role but because of the role he played in turning the tables on a former tabloid reporter in the current scandal over celebrity phone hacking.
If you had to come up with three adjectives to describe Hugh Grant, I bet one of them would be “charming,” right? Even when he’s acting befuddled and lost for words, he’s still essentially a charming fellow.
In this week's Tellyvangelist — your weekly guide to all that's British on U.S. TV — learn how Emily Blunt’s fate has been adjusted and catch two performances by Taio Cruz!
It’s a very special week in this week’s Tellyvangelist – your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S. TV.