Veteran British actor Tom Courtenay deliberately avoided watching Dame Maggie Smith in 'Downton Abbey' before playing her
Looks like the battle for Sunday night television viewing supremacy just moved to an even bigger stage Stateside for the
'Quartet' is the charming directorial debut from Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman. The highly-anticipated British masterpiece
Downton Abbey star Dame Maggie Smith has dismissed reports she was at the centre of a heart scare. Her spokeswoman said of
Dustin Hoffman has enlisted a fine British cast, including Dame Maggie Smith, Sheridan Smith and Michael Gambon, for his
Episode 3, perhaps my favourite one of the series to date, contained relatively few etiquette slip-ups, which for a large chunk of the episode worried me that I would have nothing to say! But, panic not, I found some, as well as some other interesting matters of note.
The custom of pouring wine right up the top of the glass is something only modern (high street) restaurants do. For a moment last night the dining table of Downton looked like Pizza Express.
Nowhere to Go was the second-last Ealing film produced and, suitably, is also the second-last film to be viewed and written about for this challenge.
Who can match the waspish asides of Dame Maggie Smith’s Dowager in Downton Abbey? According to the show's creators, Lord
US comedy site CollegeHumor.com may insist on spelling 'humour' wrong, but at least they know how to bring the funny. Witness