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‘Killing Eve’, ‘The Graham Norton Show’ and ‘Fleabag’ Pick Up Multiple BAFTA TV Awards Nominations

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Killing Eve has received an impressive four nominations for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards, including a Leading Actress nod for Jodie Comer. Comer, who won the Leading Actress prize at last year’s BAFTA TV Awards, will compete against Glenda Jackson (Elizabeth Is Missing), Samantha Morton (I Am Kirsty), and Suranne Jones (Gentleman Jack) to make […]

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What’s David Tennant Up to These Days?

David Tennant attends a preview of Baby Cow productions new Channel 4 comedy ‘High & Dry’ at BFI Southbank on March 5, 2018 in London, England.

David Tennant is always on our radar, but particularly of late. While some might be struggling to keep busy during quarantine, the Doctor Who star is pretty good at making use of his time. Just recently, he returned to the Whoniverse to reprise his role as the Tenth Doctor in this heartfelt animated short: Let’s […]

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‘Doctor Who’ Star Christopher Eccleston Talks About Playing Funny in ‘The A Word’


In 2005, Doctor Who returned to television after a 15-year hiatus, with Christopher Eccleston starring as the Ninth Doctor. More recently, we’ve seen him in dramas like The Leftovers (2014-2017) and Safe House (2015). He’s now starring in a family comedy called The A Word, which refers to autism. Eccleston plays a man named Maurice, […]

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Jason Statham Almost Landed Cillian Murphy’s Role on ‘Peaky Blinders’

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It’s hard to imagine anyone but Cillian Murphy heading up the formidable Shelby clan on Peaky Blinders, but according to writer-director Steven Knight, a very different actor almost landed the role. Jason Statham also auditioned to play menacing criminal mastermind Thomas Shelby in the BBC drama, Knight has revealed, but Murphy secured the role with […]

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‘Killing Eve’ Producer Sally Woodward Gentle Talks About Season Three Finale Cliffhanger

“Killing Eve” Premiere Event – Red Carpet, Screening and After Party

Killing Eve‘s third season came to a close this past Sunday. If you’re not quite caught up, please know this update does have spoilers. Episode eight, entitled “Are You Leading or Am I?,” ended with Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) having a heart-to-heart about all that’s transpired and how they’ve changed as people. […]

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Pop Culture Pulse: From Zachary Quinto Returning for ‘NOS4A2’ to Matt Smith’s Virtual Play ‘Lungs’

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Welcome to the latest Pop Culture Pulse, Anglophenia’s roundup of the hottest pop culture happenings of the month. Many of us will be continuing to stay home through June, even as the weather heats up, so here are ten excellent ways to keep yourself feeling cool and amused. 1. A VAMPIRIC VILLAIN TO SAVOR Zachary Quinto […]

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Miranda Hart Says ‘There’s Always a Desire’ to Revive Her Sitcom ‘Miranda’

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If you’re hoping for another “such fun” episode of Miranda, the show’s creator and star Miranda Hart may have given you cause to be cautiously optimistic. Hart and her Miranda co-stars Tom Ellis, Sally Phillips, Sarah Hadland, and Patricia Hodge recently reunited for a BBC charity sketch to raise money for people affected by coronavirus. […]

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Play-By-Play of ‘Killing Eve’ Season 3, Ep. 8: Villanelle Looks for a New Job, Eve Goes to Collect and Carolyn Gets Her Answers


If you’ve been tuning into the latest season of Killing Eve, then you know that we are now at the finale. There are a lot of questions still up in the air. Who killed Kenny? Where is the missing money from the Geneva account? Which team is Villanelle going to end up on?! Episode eight […]

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Director Paul Feig Adapting ‘The School for Good and Evil’ Novel into a Movie

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Paul Feig is credited with movies like 2011’s Bridesmaids and the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot. He’s now turning to YA with The School for Good and Evil, which is heading to Netflix. The made-for-streaming movie is based off of author Soman Chainani‘s fantasy series, with five books total and 2013’s The School for Good and Evil […]

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