You know how sometimes an event occurs in popular culture that is, at one and the same time astonishing and also, with the benefit of immediate hindsight, enormously predictable? This is one of those times.
New episodes of Downton Abbey won’t air until September in the U.K. and, program your DVR now, January in the U.
Liam Neeson needs to take a big breath. He’ll want all that air if he expects to blow out all 60 candles on his birthday cake. Make that 61 if his friends and family add an extra candle for him wish on atop the cake.
This week Doctor Who fans will get to see mother-daughter duo Dame Diana Rigg and Rachael Stirling in “The Crimson Horror.” The actresses will also be playing a mother-daughter pair in the show with Rigg as Winifred …
Liam Neeson, who turned 60 this year, wants the Hollywood studios to produce more films for older people.
Oh now here’s a wondrous thing. YouTubers legolambs while away their spare time making short musical parody videos, based on various movie concepts or actors.
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 …
As it’s Good Friday, and there’s never a bad time to lift our heads out of the showbiz world and look around the wider world a bit, here are five British stars of Hollywood who have tried to put their fame and influence to …
Liam Neeson, who returns at the Greek god Zeus in Wrath of the Titans, maintains the film is “solid entertainment.”
Liam Neeson, with his newly in-demand career as an action hero, stars in The Grey, which opens this Friday (January 26).