Today (April 4) a great British fictional comedy legend will try to crack the American movie market when Alan Partridge opens in cinemas in New York and Los Angeles. A big question mark hangs over the film’s fate in the U.S.
This Sunday, the political comedy Veep makes a welcome return to HBO, expertly guided once more by the sure hand of Armando Iannucci.
Please be upstanding for the BAFTA Film awards; the big ticket event in the British cinematic calendar, in which British acting talent and the big players from Hollywood come to a gala do in London, to be gently ribbed by Stephen …
Even with the proliferation of video games, online streaming and various other newfangled forms of entertainment, Brits still like going to the cinema.
These are good times for Steve Coogan. The film Philomena, which he co-produced, co-wrote and stars in opposite Dame Judi Dench, recently picked up four Oscar nominations, including one for his screenplay.
IFC Films has recently released the trailer for Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s film The Trip to Italy, which is to be released in the U.S. on May 16.
Thanks to the wonderful world of streaming technology, you can watch live next week on your laptop, tablet or smart phone when British funnymen Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon riff about their new film, The Trip to Italy, at the Sundance …
The nominations are in for this year’s crop of Golden Globes, and as you’d expect, the list is dominated by the best of British talent, from Dame Helen Mirren, to Michael Sheen, to Dame Judi Dench. BBC AMERICA earned three …
What goes with red? That’s the question any number of British stars are asking themselves as they select outfits in which to walk the red carpet during awards season.
Former BBC foreign correspondent and one-time British Labour Party spin doctor Martin Sixsmith is getting the big screen treatment with Steve Coogan portraying him in the film Philomena which has just opened in the U.S.