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WATCH: David Tennant Answers Shakespeare Question From Student in At-Home Video

Benefit Celebration Honoring Royal Shakespeare Company’s “King & Country”

Earlier this month, we shared that David Tennant would be reviewing and answering Shakespeare questions submitted to him via the Royal Shakespeare Company. We can only imagine how many questions came through, but the one he’s chosen to answer is, “What is your favorite Hamlet soliloquy, and why?” That’s not quite a homework question, which […]

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‘Lord of the Rings’ Sir Ian McKellen, Andy Serkis, Orlando Bloom and More to Reunite for YouTube Special

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Are you ready for a virtual return trip to Middle-Earth? Sir Ian McKellen and a whole host of cast members from Peter Jackson‘s J.R.R. Tolkien movie trilogy are reuniting for a YouTube special this weekend. The epic reunion has been put together by Josh Gad as the latest edition of his Reunited Apart YouTube series. […]

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‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ Is Being Turned Into a TV Series

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The Swedish novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was first adapted for the big screen in 2009, starring Noomi Rapace in the title role. The foreign film was then Americanized in 2011, starring Rooney Mara as the computer hacker-turned-investigator. The late author Stieg Larsson’s Millennium novel franchise is being adapted into a series revolving […]

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Matt Smith and Claire Foy to Reunite in Live-Streamed Play From Empty Theater

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Matt Smith and Claire Foy are to reunite for a unique socially distanced play streamed live from London’s historic Old Vic theater. The two actors – who starred as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in the first two seasons of The Crown – will reprise their roles from Lungs, an acclaimed comedy by Duncan Macmillan about […]

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Explore ‘Travel Vilain,’ BBC America’s New ‘Killing Eve’-Inspired Virtual Travel and Culture Hub

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BBC America announced today (May 26) the launch of Travel Vilain, a new virtual travel and culture hub inspired by the network’s critically acclaimed and award-winning series Killing Eve, in partnership with Culture Trip. Travel Vilain takes users into the thrilling and glamorous world of Killing Eve through bespoke content, artwork and display media created […]

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J.K. Rowling Is Publishing a New Story Online Called ‘The Ickabog’

“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald” World Premiere At UCG Bercy In Paris

J.K. Rowling‘s first Harry Potter book was published in 1997 with seven books in the series all together. She then turned to writing for an older audience, publishing five novels, including The Casual Vacancy in 2012 and The Cuckoo’s Calling in 2013. And now, she has something new in the works, a children’s story called […]

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Olivia Colman to Read Next Chapter of ‘Harry Potter’ for J.K. Rowling’s Free Online Series

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This is not a drill: Olivia Colman is joining J.K. Rowling‘s Wizarding World – at least briefly. The Oscar-winning actress is the latest star to sign up to read a chapter of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone for Rowling’s free “Harry Potter at Home” series. The exciting news was first shared in a teaser on […]

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Play-By-Play of ‘Killing Eve’ Season 3, Ep. 7: Carolyn Is Getting Closer to The Twelve, Konstantin Has a Heart Attack and Eve Gets a Phone Call From Villanelle

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We’re nearing the finish line for Killing Eve season three, with only the finale left (we really don’t want it to come to an end, but luckily, a fourth season has already been confirmed). The latest episode is named “Beautiful Monster” and that can have a lot of meanings. Who, or what, is the beautiful […]

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