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It’s accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
Sir Ian McKellen
Sir Ian McKellen (The Hobbit) spent some time at Maryland-based Olney Theatre Center, located at 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road in Olney, MD, and still has a soft spot for the performing group.
It’s the season of goodwill to all men (and very probably all women too, otherwise the system must surely break down), and so it seems only fair to report that Damian Lewis has retracted his comments about not wanting to be one of …
Y’know how sometimes you want to express a thought about your life, and before you know it you’ve made a sweeping generalization about someone else’s, and then they find out about it and then find a way to let you know …
As far as friendships between British actors go, you can forget your Cumberbatch-and-Hiddlestones or your Pegg-and-Frosts. The most heartwarming and downright brilliant bromance between respected thesps is surely the one that exists …
First, and most importantly. Whatever you are planning on doing this Saturday in the countdown to “The Day of the Doctor,” you might want to point your TVs and laptops towards BBC AMERICA, who have partnered with Nerdist …
We would not be here if we were cynical about new movie releases, even the really huge blockbuster ones as part of a huge franchise that has been responsible for some wondrous astonishments and preposterous old tosh using exactly the …
Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) is up for another adventure in The Hobbit sequel, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. Metro Goldwyn Mayer has released two new TV spots, leading up to the December 13 release date.
Two British knights, Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart, are currently starring together in two different plays in previews on Broadway, but one of them isn’t happy with the transformation that has taken place in the theater …
Sir Ian McKellen tells CBS News‘ Leslie Stahl that he broke down in tears when his and Sir Patrick Stewart‘s 2009 production of Waiting for Godot came to an end, because he knew he’d miss his friend so much. But, …
Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, the sequel to last year’s An Unexpected Journey, seemed like it was a world away when first talking about it … but, the release date is upon us, and the adaptation of J.R.R.