Hugh Grant has made a very decent living, chiefly under the patronage of Richard Curtis, portraying the most simperingly deferential man in the history of the species.
The sight of David Beckham parading around in his pants is a sight we will never tire of seeing (probably). And Becks has
For a style icon, David Beckham sure loves to parade around sans clothes rather a lot and he's at it again in a new shoot
Guy Ritchie and his fiancée Jacqui Ainsley are celebrating - they've become parents to a baby girl. The model let her tummy
Jude Law is desperate to reteam with his pals Robert Downey, JR. and director Guy Ritchie for a third installment in their
Recently I read that within 15 years the true London or "cockney" accent will be extinct. Immigration, the influence of film & music and the "Americanisation" of society will leave the Pearly Kings & Queens of the East End and the true cockney sparrows who were born within the sound of Bow Bells as dead as a Dodo.
Never mind Anne Hathaway in her gold Gucci dress, all eyes were on Guy Ritchie's girlfriend at last night's London premiere
I don't want a return to Victorian times, a time of certain starvation for those who couldn't find work. I want a return to a tax system that ensures working class people enjoy a decent income, social mobility and empowerment. I want a better world for my children, not a back-breaking struggle.
Marrying just the right measures of humour, mystery and fisty cuffs, Sherlock succeeds in a genre that Pirates of the Caribbean couldn't and that Harry Potter was always a bit young for.
When the first Sherlock appeared at the cinema, the welcome surprise was that Guy Ritchie, whose career had appeared to experience