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Articles Tagged 'Hugh Grant'

Apple Store Soho Presents Meet The Actors: “Did You Hear About The Morgans”

Oh No! Hugh Grant’s Bag Has Gone Missing with Script Inside

Hugh Grant is having his own very British scandal, indeed. Yesterday (January 13), the actor turned to Twitter to reveal his car had been broken into. He used the power of social media to reach out to his fanbase for help in recovering his belongings: In the unlikely chance that anyone knows who broke into […]

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Casting News: Hugh Grant to Star in Psychological Thriller ‘The Undoing’

Hugh Grant has signed up for one of his most serious roles yet, fresh off his recent turn as Jeremy Thorpe in A Very English Scandal. Variety reports the Four Weddings star will play a disappearing husband in The Undoing, an upcoming psychological thriller starring Nicole Kidman on HBO. It’s a departure from Hugh’s usual roles, which are […]

‘A Very English Scandal’ – Photocall

Casting News: Hugh Grant Joins Guy Ritchie’s ‘Toff Guys’

Just last week Hugh Grant (A Very English Scandal) revealed plans for a Four Weddings and a Funeral follow-up, and here he is again making headlines with news that he’s teaming up with director Guy Ritchie for the forthcoming crime flick, Toff Guys. Grant is the latest addition to a growing stellar cast, made up of Matthew […]

‘A Very English Scandal’ – Photocall

Hugh Grant Reveals Plans for a ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ Follow-Up

Beloved Brit flick Four Weddings and a Funeral is about to get a sequel, according to its star Hugh Grant. But don’t get too excited. He described it as a “sequel-ette,” in true Charles style (and while ruffling his hair, no doubt.) “I think we’re gonna do a Four Weddings sequel-ette for Comic Relief,” the A Very English Scandal […]

A Very English Scandal

10 Things You Need to Know About ‘A Very English Scandal’

Premiering Sunday on Amazon, A Very English Scandal certainly looks like a classy three-parter. Former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T. Davies provides the script, The Queen‘s Stephen Frears directs, and Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw tear into two complex lead roles. But, um, what’s it actually about? Here’s everything you need to know before diving in. […]

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