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Can Brits do Thanksgiving? Of course, they can.Read Now
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If you were to go solely on the reaction of showbiz bloggers and newshounds (hello!), Keira Knightley‘s decision to play a struggling singer (and sing) in her latest movie Begin Again is one that is not only surprising, but ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 24th, 2010
Bill Nighy and Emily Blunt – Golden Globe winners for playing father and daughter in the BBC AMERICA movie Gideon’s Daughter – have re-teamed for the new British comedy, Wild Target, which will finally be released in ...
It’s been nearly two years since the film’s release in the UK, but the remake of St. Trinian’s has finally arrived in theaters stateside.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 23rd, 2009
Is this the pot calling the kettle “not black”? In an interview with The Daily Mirror, Rupert Everett, a man who has destroyed his face, calls Michael Jackson a “freak” and says the late superstar is better off ...
The Guardian‘s Tanya Gold says that Brits should be ashamed of themselves for doubting Susan Boyle‘s talent because of her looks: “Why are we so shocked when ‘ugly’ women can do things, rather than ...
Yes, Rupert Everett says some silly and often outright stupid things, but sometimes, he’s almost Morrissey-esque with his wit. Take his interview with The Daily Beast‘s Kevin Sessums, where Rupey plays the bitter old maid ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on August 3rd, 2007
There goes Rupert Everett causing trouble again: the BBC reports that the actor “shocked the presenters of BBC One’s Breakfast program with a lewd comment about indulging in sexual activity.” I had to go to Jonathan ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 25th, 2007
Openly gay actor Rupert Everett says his fellow ‘mos make bad adoptive parents.(Towleroad)
Before Paul McCartney, Heather had her sights set on Mick Jagger.