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In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
Well, it’s that time of year again when post-Christmas wallets are weighed up and paperwork is gathered for the filing …Read Now
It is said that a positive review from British restaurant critic Giles Coren can be worth $1 million to an …Read Now
If your local theater owner starts serving freshly brewed cups of tea out of a teapot covered with a cozy at the megaplex this weekend, don’t be surprised. It would only be fitting, given that there are British stars in all five of …
Meryl Streep has been earning raves for her performance as former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady, which opened in New York and Los Angeles last weekend and arrives on British screens this Friday (Jan. 6).
On a visit to New York, British actor Bill Nighy has come to the defense of Occupation Wall Street — and the wider related protests against corporate greed.
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 …
American moviegoers will get their first good look at the dashing Englishman who would be the Man of Steel when Immortals opens this Friday (Nov. 11).
English funnyman Rowan Atkinson once again bumbles and mumbles his way across the screen as an incompetent British secret agent in a sequel to his 2003 spy spoof, Johnny English. The latest chapter, Johnny English Reborn, opens today …
No one ever accused William Shakespeare of being a loafer. During his lifetime, he wrote at least 37 plays, plus sonnets and poems.
Whether Dream House is fabulous or a total turkey – and the fact that the studio didn’t screen it for critics would point toward the latter – for newlyweds Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, it will always be the movie that …
There’s an old chestnut about a famous actress of a certain age being asked how she likes her men. “The same way I like my coffee: straight,” she replies.
Baseball is to Britain as chalk is to cheese. The same is true for much of the rest of the world beyond the U.S.