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‘Y: The Last Man’ Has Found Its Lead with ‘Dunkirk’ Star Barry Keoghan

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DC’s post-apocalyptic sci-fi comic book series Y: The Last Man is being made into a pilot for FX Networks, simply called Y. The story revolves around Yorick Brown, who we’ve just learned will be played by Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk, The Killing of a Sacred Deer). Yorick is the last man on Earth, but that’s not all… […]

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First Look: Peter Capaldi is Mr. Micawber in ‘David Copperfield’

Peter Capaldi attends the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition Preview Party at Burlington House on June 6, 2018 in London, England.

Peter Capaldi is back in a burgundy velvet coat and vest, but this time it’s not as the Doctor. He’s actually in costume as Mr. Micawber, the ever-optimistic clerk in David Copperfield. A new take on the Charles Dickens classic is currently being made by Veep creator Armando Iannucci, starring other Anglo faves Hugh Laurie, […]

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Watch: Bill Nighy Leads an All-Star Cast in ‘Ordeal by Innocence’ Trailer

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When the BBC’s adaptation of Agatha Christie‘s novel Ordeal by Innocence was first announced, there was no word on when the three-part series would air in the U.S. Well, that’s all changed, because now it’s set to premiere August 10 on Amazon Prime. Not only did we get an airdate but the first look trailer also […]

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Unfinished Novel by Jane Austen to Get the ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Treatment

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Hold on to your hats, Jane Austen fans: The author’s final novel Sanditon is being adapted for TV, by the same screenwriter who made a star of Colin Firth with his adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Emmy and BAFTA award-winning writer Andrew Davies will turn the book into an […]

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‘The Late Late Show’s Reggie Watts Votes Helen Mirren His Favorite Battle Rapper

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James Corden‘s The Late Late Show band leader Reggie Watts has one of the best seats in the house. And with 422 episodes under his belt since the series began in 2015, he’s in a prime position to critique the show’s many talented guests. And he doesn’t disappoint. In this lively interview with The A.V. Club (July 9), […]

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‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: It’s Coming Home

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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a stadiumful of Whovian fan creativity, news and related stuff and nonsense from the past week on the internet and social media. And we begin this week with football (or soccer, if you must). The beautiful game. Over the past week or so, with the England team […]

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WATCH: Olivia Colman is the Queen in Trailer for ‘The Favourite’

Olivia Colman attends Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards at Claridge’s Hotel on October 31, 2016 in London, England.

We can’t wait to see Olivia Colman play Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown, and a new trailer released yesterday (July 9) gives us an idea what that might look like. If we squint very hard, that is. The trailer is actually for The Favourite, and Olivia isn’t playing that queen, but Queen Anne, who ruled England, Scotland and […]

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‘Sex and the City’ Star Chris Noth Set to Join ‘Catastrophe’ Season Four in Guest Role

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Catastophe co-creator and co-star Rob Delaney turned to Twitter to share some “big” news about the forthcoming season of his and Sharon Horgan‘s hit sitcom, announcing six guest stars we can look for later this year when the series returns. New Catastrophe cast members include, in alphabetical order: Nat FaxonBrian GleesonDavid Alan Grier Julie Hesmondhalgh […]

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‘Doctor Who’: 10 Things You May Not Know About ‘Flatline’

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Clara and the Doctor have dimension trouble in “Flatline,” with the Boneless traversing between two and three dimensions and the TARDIS becoming physically smaller on the outside. And it’s Clara’s personality that takes on fresh dimensions as she not only lies about Danny’s acceptance of her travels, but takes on the characteristics of her Time […]

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Maisie Williams Bids a Cryptic Farewell to ‘Game of Thrones’

Maisie Williams attends the ‘Early Man’ World Premiere held at BFI IMAX on January 14, 2018 in London, England.

The Game of Thrones theory machine has gone into overdrive after Maisie Williams referred to herself as “last woman standing” on Instagram yesterday (July 8). Maisie plays Arya Stark in the epic fantasy series, which is due to end when the final six-part season airs next spring, and has been filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland, […]

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