Game of Thrones star Michelle Fairley has been tapped to replace Judy Davis on 24: Live Another Day, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
British actor Stephen Fry has joined the cast of Fox's 24: Live Another Day, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As first reported by Deadline.com, Fry will play...
Orlando Bloom has signed on to The Hobbit, director Peter Jackson announced.
"Ten years ago, Orlando Bloom created an iconic character with his portrayal of Legolas. I'm excited to announce today that we'll be revisiting Middle Earth with him once more," Jackson wrote on his Facebook page. "I'm thrilled to be working with Orlando again. Funny thing is, I look older—and he doesn't! I guess that's why he makes such a wonderful elf."
Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson recently announced on his Facebook page that he has cast Stephen Fry in his upcoming two-part LOTR prequel The Hobbit. Fry will fill the role of...
Friends and colleagues remembered Elizabeth Taylor not only as a Hollywood icon and screen legend, but for her revered generosity.
"Elizabeth, on every level, was a mensch. Kind, generous, brave," Taylor's Blue Bird co-star Jane Fonda said.
Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79
Taylor, who won Best Actress Oscars for 1960's BUtterfield 8 and 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, died at 79 Wednesday of congestive heart failure.
"The shock of Elizabeth was not only her beauty," Mike Nichols, who directed Taylor in Woolf, said. "It was her generosity. Her giant laugh. Her vitality, whether tackling a ...
For the first time ever, the Britannia Awards will be broadcast in the United States, on TV Guide Network, and BAFTA Los Angeles Chairman Nigel Lythgoe says viewers are in for a night of off-the-cuff comedy.
Hosted by British comedian Stephen Fry, the ceremony honors those who have made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry in the U.S. and Great Britain. Because the honorees already know they're getting an award, the atmosphere is much more relaxed, Lythgoe says.
The So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol executive producer says it's so comfortable, Betty White even made a pass at him at this year's event.
TVGuide.com: This is the first time the Britannia Awards have aired in the United States. As chairman, are you proud to be able to share this with America?
Nigel Lythgoe: Absolutely. It's been wonderful for a couple of years and very frustrating that it hasn't been on in America. Last year, Ben Stiller's speech was one of the funniest things I've ever seen. The rest of the world got to see it and we didn't here in America. It seemed crazy, so I'm delighted that...
Jane Lynch, Kevin Spacey and Dakota Fanning are among the presenters for the 19th annual Britannia Awards.
The ceremony, which is given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles, honors those who have made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry in the U.S. and Great Britain. The honorees include...
The Britannia Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles, will be broadcast in the United States for the first time on TV Guide Network.
The 19th annual ceremony will air Sunday, Nov. 7 at 8/7c and will be preceded by a 30-minute red carpet special.
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The Britannia Awards honors those who have made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry in the U.S. and Great Britain. British comedian Stephen Fry is set to host.
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A warm thought for the deep chill of winter: Even in the doldrums of a miserable season, Gilmore Girls proves that its still capable of greatness. This weeks episode returned to its core, the electrifying dynamic among three generations of Gilmore women, balancing humor with searing flashes of drama in an episode incomparably illuminated by the welcome return of Kelly Bishops imperious, hilarious, monstrous yet ultimately oh-so-human Emily Gilmore.It seems like ages since weve seen Bishop at her best. And no mistake about it, she was at her best this week, rising to the occasion when Emilys husband, Richard (the estimable Edward Herrmann), is felled with a heart attack. Bossing around the hospital staff, railing against the incompetence of any poor health-club or service worker who has the bad luck to come up against her, she is a riot. And as Lorelai and Rory sit in amused horror, we know deep down all will be well because theyre all together aga...