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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
Henry Cavill (The Tudors) stars in the retelling of DC Comics’ Superman in the Man of Steel (June 14). There’s already been two trailers released and just today there’s a new TV spot.
Ahead of its release in theaters Friday (December 14) during previews attached to the The Hobbit, Warner Bros. has digitally released the trailer for Man of Steel — 300 director Zack Snyder‘s reboot of the Superman tale …
The best way to understand this post is by examining the following statements:
1: Britain and America have lots and lots in common. 2: That said, Britain and America are very different cultures, with their own customs and language.
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He may play the empirically evil son of Saddam Hussein (and his doppelgänger) in the film The Devil’s Double, but actor Dominic Cooper is no baddie in real life. In fact, he’s so civic-minded that, as a firm opponent of …
Today, Warner Bros. has released a first glimpse of Tudors star Henry Cavill in his Superman tights.
Amongst all the media chatter about the British actor playing Superman, one person has remained mum, and that’s the man himself, Henry Cavill. Well, the Tudors star has broken his silence in a big way: he’s featured on the …
Leave it to David Mitchell, star of Peep Show and That Mitchell and Webb Look, to give his own humorously cantankerous but thoughtful take on things. His target this week: Britain’s monopoly on America’s leading superhero …
The 15 ft. bronze statue of Superman that stands in front the courthouse in Metropolis, Ill., a town that’s the site of the annual Superman Celebration festival, bears the inscription, “Truth – Justice – The American Way.”