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'The Fall Isn't Misogynistic,' Writer Allan Cubitt Hits Back At Critics Of Jamie Dornan, Gillian Anderson Thriller

(2) Comments | Posted 30 September 2014 | (15:31)

'The Fall's creator has hit back at critics of his psychological thriller, saying anyone who believes it to be misogynistic hasn't watched closely enough.

At a screening of the first episode of the second series, Allan Cubitt described the risk of writing something like 'The...

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Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp Explains Why It's Ok To Be The Baddie In New Film 'Soul Boys Of The Western World

(2) Comments | Posted 30 September 2014 | (12:41)

Gary Kemp knows that he might come across as “the baddie” in the intimate Spandau Ballet documentary premiering tonight, but “that’s ok” apparently.

The travails between Spandau’s prodigious guitarist and main songwriter and his now reunited bandmates are well documented – culminating in...

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'Cilla' Review: Episode 3 - Loss And Lessons In Downbeat Finale Starring Sheridan Smith, Aneurin Barnard

(3) Comments | Posted 29 September 2014 | (21:21)

After all the music and mayhem of last week's episode, it was time, finally, to get down to business, with Cilla revealing the steely backbone behind all that carrot-top hair and Liverpudlian charm.

Steely enough to make it quite clear to devoted but long-suffering Bobby just where his loyalties...

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'The Simpsons' Show Runner Al Jean Explains Decision To Kill Off Character In Debut Episode Of 26th Series (SPOILER)

(1) Comments | Posted 29 September 2014 | (15:50)

The Simpsons' executive producer has explained his decision to kill off one of the popular Simpsons characters in the opening episode of the 26th series of the record-breaking comedy.

Al Jean tells HuffPostUK, "First of all, if you're reading this in the UK, STOP NOW!!!"

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Brigitte Bardot Turns 80: We Celebrate French Icon With These 80 Stunning Vintage Pictures

(5) Comments | Posted 29 September 2014 | (09:31)

Six million viewers tuned in last week for a TV programme going behind the doors of a little old lady's home in St Tropez.

This was no ordinary pensioner letting the cameras in, however, but a real, living, breathing icon, and it is a testament to the enduring mystique...

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Why Michael Winterbottom's 'The Face Of An Angel', Based On Amanda Knox Trial, Won't Be What You Expect

(0) Comments | Posted 26 September 2014 | (21:48)

Everyone in the world knows of the tragic fate, or what they believe of it, of British exchange student Meredith Kercher, who met her untimely end in the beautiful Italian town of Perugia in 2007.

Just in case there was any chance of...

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Billy Connolly Hadn't Told Anyone About His Cancer Before It Turned Up In Script For 'What We Did On Our Holiday' (INTERVIEW)

(5) Comments | Posted 26 September 2014 | (14:23)

The first time Billy Connolly revealed his cancer to anyone outside his own family was to a young actress with the moment caught on camera.

The comedy star revealed that it was in the script for ‘What We Did On Holiday’ that his character would...

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EXCLUSIVE: Stephen Fry Explains The Difference Between Wisdom And Intelligence (VIDEO)

(6) Comments | Posted 26 September 2014 | (10:16)

Stephen Fry has already revealed in his new memoir that he took huge amounts of cocaine in some of the country's most revered institutions, including Buckingham Palace.

His book 'More Fool Me' details the much-loved personality's battles with the demons that have long beset him, including drug...

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Jason Orange Quits Take That, Thanks For 'Best Years Of My Life'

(26) Comments | Posted 24 September 2014 | (22:23)

Take That will be forced to question their future, second time around, following the abrupt departure of Jason Orange.

The dancer and backing singer announced his decision to quit the band on Wednesday, adding that he'd started to question his future with the others, following...

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'Great British Bake Off' Review - Quarter-Final Sees Martha Go Home, Richard Crowned Star Baker AGAIN

(0) Comments | Posted 24 September 2014 | (21:06)

We haven't seen one of Nancy's famous gadgets for a while, but she surpassed herself this week, using the microwave not once but twice, much to the consternation of 'male judge' Paul Hollywood. Her reward: a loaf the size of the marquee, and a technical challenge that, well, at least...

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George Harrison 'Had This Way Of Looking At You,' Remembers His Wife Olivia, On Release Of 'The Apple Years' Music

(6) Comments | Posted 24 September 2014 | (15:04)

It’s pretty bizarre. Every time I come across someone who worked at Abbey Road in the 1960s or in the film industry in the 1980s, or journalists who’ve trod this beat longer than I, I often ask for the name of the person who’s impressed them...

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'Friends' 20th Anniversary: Barista Gunther On The Fan Who Punished Him For Meddling With Rachel And Ross

(5) Comments | Posted 23 September 2014 | (16:13)

It’s been a staggering 20 years since six telegenic 20-something 'Friends' first put down their bags in their respective Greenwich Village brownstones and popped round the corner to grab a coffee at Central Perk.

And who was there to greet them and glower as they somehow found...

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'Hannibal' Star Mads Mikkelsen Reveals His Dream Role, In Ricky Gervais's Big Screen Version Of 'The Office'

(5) Comments | Posted 23 September 2014 | (12:01)

Mads Mikkelsen – yes, THAT Mads Mikkelsen… Bond villain, prize-winning actor, global star and one of the godfathers of the current vogue for all things Nordic – has got his eye on an altogether bigger prize, it turns out.

The star of ‘Casino Royale’, ‘

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'Lady Gaga Sat Being Interviewed Completely Naked' - Rock Journalist Mark Ellen Reveals His Most Surreal Moments

(1) Comments | Posted 23 September 2014 | (10:36)

Calling interviewers everywhere. If what you’re after is a cooperative subject, warm, gossipy, conspiratorial, as interested in your opinions as you are in his catalogue of A-list anecdotes, then Mark Ellen is your man.

If you’re a pop fan who grew up in the 80s, his name...

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'Cilla' Review: Episode 2 - Wholesome Cilla Black, Complicated Brian Epstein - A Match Made In Abbey Road

(4) Comments | Posted 22 September 2014 | (21:23)

This week's instalment of 'Cilla' found our national treasure leaving Liverpool behind, putting herself firmly in the hands of three men, who seemed to know exactly what to do with her distinctive sound and charm.

Aneurin Barnard continued to pitch himself perfectly as the adoring Bobby Willis,...

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'Downton Abbey' Review: Series 5 Episode 1 - Thoroughly Modern Mary, And Midnight Capers To Kick Off New Series

(4) Comments | Posted 21 September 2014 | (16:53)

One of the great, modern consolations of a British autumn is upon us. The nights may be drawing in but, fortunately, that no longer means just wet leaves and grey skies, but, ring that bell, ‘Downton Abbey’s return.

And here we are, with Series 5 of the...

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Sophia Loren Still Stunning At 80 - We Say Happy Birthday With These Rare, Vintage Pictures

(20) Comments | Posted 20 September 2014 | (07:53)

Sophia Loren turns 80 today, still celebrated as one of the screen's great, great beauties.

The Italian icon's big day is being marked with a photography exhibition in her native Rome, where she started her career at the age of 14 after entering a beauty contest.

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Scotland Decides. Twitter Responds With #ScottishFilms - Our Faves So Far...

(1) Comments | Posted 18 September 2014 | (15:27)

As the hours tick by and we wait for Scotland to decide its fate, Twitter does what it does best... whiles away the hours doing something worthwhile to help elevate the debate, and keep the politics at the front of our consciousness.

Which is why #ScottishFilms is...

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'Downton Abbey's Laura Carmichael Reveals George Clooney's Visit Had Dame Maggie Smith Falling On The Floor

(0) Comments | Posted 18 September 2014 | (13:42)

'Downton Abbey' viewers, if they're not excited enough already about the return of the period drama this weekend, will be champing at the bit to see the scenes between Dame Maggie Smith aka the Countess Dowager, and one Mr George Clooney.

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Scotland Decides - Andy Murray Says 'Yes' Finally, What Are Russell Brand And Other Celebs Saying Today?

(3) Comments | Posted 18 September 2014 | (12:42)

Come the hour, come every man, woman and canine participants' opinion on whether Scotland and her residents should be going it alone, or stay with the Union.

Andy Murray is the latest, and arguably most influential, luminary to cast his vote (metaphorically, seeing as he...

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