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America’s British population has taken to the web to voice its displeasure at news that U.S. candy giant Hershey has successfully blocked our much loved U.K.-produced chocolate from being exported to the land of the free.Read Now
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
Britain may have been largely snubbed when nominations were announced for the film industry’s biggest award, but there will be a strong reason for Anglo-fans to tune in to the Academy Awards on February 24. Adele is set to perform …
Every year, the Oscars provide us with a few jaw-collapsing snubs amongst the predictable, safe nominees.
It’s been a busy week for awards nominations, what with the BAFTA Rising Star nominees, and the National Television Awards – and it’s only Wednesday! – but today, BAFTA announced the full shortlist for their film …
The Producer’s Guild of America announced the nominations for its annual awards ceremony yesterday, and amid hat-tips for the producers of venerable American movie and TV institutions like 30 Rock, Homeland and Lincoln, there are …
With the usual caveat that all awards ceremonies are a silly business, and therefore not really worth getting too het up over, it’s nice to see Timothy Dalton, former Bond, speaking passionately about James Bond being ignored by …
Ralph Fiennes turns 50 today. Happy Birthday!
These days Fiennes is known to children, and adults, worldwide as “the name we do not speak” (Lord Valdemort) in the Harry Potter franchise.
Anne Hathaway sat down with pal Chelsea Handler to talk about her new movie Les Miserables (December 25) on Handler’s late night show Chelsea Lately. Handler prodded Hathaway to share her story about a run-in with Skyfall star Daniel …
The nominations have just be announced for the Screen Actor’s Guild awards, 2012, and it is fair to say that the Brits have done a very nice job. So much so that only two awards are unblessed by British influence, and Dame Maggie …
Before we get into this, a caveat: James Cameron can probably sleep soundly in his bed for a while yet. The only place in which Skyfall is bigger at the box office than Avatar is the UK.
There’s something of the untamed savage in a gentleman’s skin about Daniel Craig. It’s part of the reason that his tenure as James Bond has been such a success (if we ignore Quantum of Solace for a moment), in that he …