By Brigid Brown Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes … and nationalities when it comes to the big screen adaptations. Comic book readers take their superheroes seriously, which is understandable considering these amped-up beings are responsible for protecting the world. In preparation for National Comic Book Day tomorrow (September 25), let’s take a peek at 15 British actors … Read moreSnapshot: 15 British (and Irish) Actors Playing Comic Book Superheroes
Releases December 12, 2014 Directed by Ridley Scott Produced by Peter Chernin Dylan Clark Ridley Scott Jenno Topping Screenplay by Steven Zaillian Story by Bill Collage Adam Cooper Starring Christian Bale Joel Edgerton John Turturro Aaron Paul Ben Mendelsohn Sigourney Weaver Ben Kingsley Music by Alberto Iglesias Cinematography Dariusz Wolski Production company Chernin Entertainment … Read moreExodus: Gods and Kings 2014
Chapter Twenty-Six Private Diary of Douglas Alexander Spencer Watcombe Manor, August 12th 1818 Something terrible has happened. Margaret – MY Margaret – has met with something dreadful ! She disappeared yesterday morning after she went out for a ride, apparently to see me at the Manor. Her maid Becky, thoroughly questioned … Read moreDearest, loveliest Meg – Part Twenty-Six
By Patrick Munn | September 24, 2014 – 2:15 pm Detective Constable Morse is staying put on ITV.The commercial broadcaster has renewed their Morse prequel Endeavour for a third season, TVWise has learned. ITV has ordered four episodes for the show’s third season, which will once again be shot on location in Oxford and is … Read moreITV Renews ‘Endeavour’ For Third Season 2015
Kingsman – Release Feb 2015
Directed by Giacomo Campiotti Produced by Anne Pivcevic Hugh Warren Written by Andrew Davies Starring Hans Matheson Keira Knightley Sam Neill Kris Marshall Doctor Zhivago is trapped in a love triangle between his wife and his mistress while the Bolshevik Revolution threatens to change their lives.
Releases Oct 10, 2014
Chapter Twenty-Five Douglas was waiting for me at the bottom of the wide spiral staircase that encircled the width of the splendid hall. The expression on his face changed from slightly worried to surprised. I descended the steps with a smile on my face and extended a hand to him. “Dearest,” I said lightly, … Read moreDearest, loveliest Meg – Part Twenty-Five
Set in northern Australia before World War II, an English aristocrat who inherits a sprawling ranch reluctantly pacts with a stock-man in order to protect her new property from a takeover plot. As the pair drive 2,000 head of cattle over unforgiving landscape, they experience the bombing of Darwin, Australia, by Japanese forces firsthand.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on September 17th, 2014 Surely you’ve been on a train inching along, and thought to yourself, “I could get there faster on my own two feet.” While London’s Underground has been deemed “one of the world’s best metro systems,” Londoner James Heptonstall, 30, saw a challenge and took it; racing … Read moreWATCH: London Commuter Challenges Tube to a Race by Foot