Interviewing for a new job can be grueling with people asking you questions that in any other context you’d never be asked.
Social media gets a bad reputation for being the home of snark, the den of trolls, the shady underworld of fun eaters and the general domicile of argumentative rotters who just want to point out everyone else’s mistakes or make …
It’s always nice when there’s the opportunity to get to know one of our Anglo favorites a little bit better, and that’s where Twitter comes in.
English actor Tom Mison returns to primetime TV in the second season of Sleepy Hollow, premiering tonight (September 22) on Fox at 9/8c. Mison is quite active on Twitter; who knew he was so funny?
People are so used to instant access these days, but English novelist David Mitchell is making readers wait for his latest short story, reports BBC News.
The two British legends have been in New York City performing “two plays in rep” on Broadway in Samuel Beckett‘s Waiting for Godot and Harold Pinter‘s No Man’s Land, which closed this past weekend.
Director and writer Edgar Wright has given us some amazing “gifts” in the form of films like The World’s End, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
In an age of instant response and social media, the previously straightforward task of taking celebrities down a peg or two can sometimes have unexpectedly frightening consequences.
Ricky Gervais (The Office) was “having a laugh” on his Twitter feed and asked fans the dubious question, “Seriously, who’s better looking?”, referring to himself or Johnny Depp. Why Depp?
British reality stars come in all shapes and sizes including a housewive, an outdoors adventurer to a top chef. With that said, let’s take a peek at how they go about Tweeting.