Let’s not squiff-squiddle around, this is no time for gobblefunking.
There’s a new, live-action adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book The BFG, directed by Steven Speilberg, and he has cast one of Britain’s mightiest thespian talents in the lead role.
The past week in Doctor Who fandom can be divided into two sections: BT (before trailer) and AT (after trailer).
Welsh author Roald Dahl’s children’s book The BFG, which stands for Big Friendly Giant, is being made into a feature film with Steven Spielberg confirmed to direct, reports BBC News.
Hollywood award season kicked off in irreverent style with the Britannia Awards, airing for the first time on BBC AMERICA. Hosted by Alan Cumming and held in the Beverly Hilton Hotel — home of the Golden Globes — the …
Daniel Day-Lewis has repeatedly proven he can play anyone — cerebral palsy-stricken artist Christy Brown in My Left Foot, warrior Hawkeye in Last of the Mohicans, the blood-thirsty Butcher in Gangs of New York, lusty Guido in …
It wasn’t even four score and seven minutes after a New York Film Festival sneak preview of Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln last night (October 8) that movie industry media started handicapping the film’s Academy Award prospects.
So we saw the trailer for the trailer, but now we have the actual article itself: the trailer for Steven Spielberg‘s Lincoln, starring two-time Oscar-winning Brit Daniel Day Lewis as the 16th President.
Here’s a first look at the very British Daniel Day Lewis playing the very American president Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg‘s Lincoln, which is set to hit theaters nationwide November 16. And it’s a very brief …
Benedict Cumberbatch, 35, made BBC America’s The Brit List: 20 Sexiest but claims he’s a wall flower and not all that good with the ladies.
We’ll know in a short time, but it now appears that Kate’s 30th birthday celebrations will be reserved and low-key – not much of a surprise, really, and quite in keeping with the Duchess of Cambridge’s own public persona.