Articles Tagged 'Jeremy Irons'

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First Look: Tom Hiddleston Takes a Tumble in ‘High-Rise’ Poster

Tom Hiddleston’s forthcoming film High-Rise looks fun, sexy, cool and slightly scary. And so does the new poster for the film: Welcome to the high life. More tomorrow… pic.twitter.com/E6zTiRL5tC — High-Rise (@HighRise_movie) January 5, 2016 We hate to see (what appears to be) our sweet Hiddles tumbling through the air, but we trust he will […]

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WATCH: ‘Batman v Superman’ Trailer Reveals Wonder Woman

The new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer premiered last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and it provides the most thrilling and extensive look at the Zack Snyder-directed film yet. It’s filled to the with “Look!” moments. As in, “Look! It’s Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) and Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) having a ‘meet-cute,’ their […]

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WATCH: 17 British Celebs Starring on ‘Sesame Street’

The Sesame Street theme song asks the age-old question, “Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” The directions might be a little tricky if coming from the U.K., but some of our favorite British actors and singers have made their way to the famous street. Julie Andrews kicked off the trend in […]

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Poetry Day: 10 British Actors Read 10 British Poems

Today is National Poetry Day (October 2) in the UK, and the Brits have always done pretty well at providing the world with poems and people who are good at reading poems, here are 10 poetic moments, provided by some of our favorite actors and actresses. Starting with Benedict Cumberbatch reading “Ode to a Nightingale” […]

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Joan Collins Repeats The Ellen Oscars Selfie For Britain

See this picture? You may as well get used to it because scenes like these, where a bunch of celebrities cramfacedly squish together in front of a smartphone screen are going to be a red carpet staple for the rest of the year. It’s all Ellen Degeneres’s fault. After her selfie stunt at the Academy […]

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Brits with Birthdays: Jeremy Irons Reaches a Major Marker, and More

Jeremy Irons is about to become a senior citizen. The British actor, equally adept at portraying both romantic heroes and bounders, turns 65 this Thursday (Sept. 19). The Oscar-winning star (for 1990’s Reversal of Fortune) has been landing leading roles for the past four decades, beginning on British TV in such series as The Pallisers (1974), Love for Lydia (1977) and Brideshead […]

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Preview: ‘The White Queen’ Arrives on Starz

Oh, those misbehaving British royals! It’s non-stop bedding, conniving, conspiring and even murder with them. Before you get too excited, we’re not referring to the current occupants of Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle but rather to the royals of yore, meaning the 1400s. They are the focus of The White Queen, a new, 10-part historical drama […]

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10 British Acting Families (Who Are Not the Redgraves)

This week Doctor Who fans will get to see mother-daughter duo Dame Diana Rigg and Rachael Stirling in “The Crimson Horror.” The actresses will also be playing a mother-daughter pair in the show with Rigg as Winifred Gillyflower and Stirling as Ada Gillyflower. This is not the first British family affair in show business, let […]

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Brit Binge Watching: Five British Costume Dramas You Can View Online

With Downton Abbey on hiatus, we expect you may be jonesing for some British costume dramas. Just a friendly reminder, there are plenty of shows streaming online and we’ve picked out a sampling of five to highlight: 1. Upstairs, Downstairs (2010) The series available on Netflix picks up six years after the original 3-part series […]

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Brits Represent at 2013 Golden Globes

The Brits have made an early showing at the 70th Annual Golden Globes with Dame Maggie Smith winning Best Supporting Actress for her performance in BBC’s Downton Abbey. Let’s do some Brit-spotting at the Globes! Unfortunately, BBC America’s The Hour was passed up for Best Mini-Series or TV Movie. But, there’s no time to be […]

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