Ambitious British actor Dominic Cooper loves the growing number of meaty TV roles on offer, including his own Marvel Comics character
Grace of Monaco is based on actual events (as documented in French newspapers and the book My Days With Grace of Monaco) and with the Oscar-winning Nicole Kidman as Kelly plus the critically-acclaimed Frank Langella to add the star power, the film was panned by critics when it debuted at the Cannes International Film Festival in 2014.
Story By Diedre Johnson Scott Foley’s been a lot of places in his career. There’s a whole group of fans who remember him on Felicity as the sweet but romantically conflicted Noel. Then there are those celebrity watchers who … Continued
Queens of Drama Is POP’s Soap Within A Soap By Diedre Johnson What happens when a bunch of daytime and nighttime actresses get together and try to create, pitch and produce their own “steamy” series for pilot season? What … Continued
Like her The Slap co-star Melissa George, Thandie Newton is no stranger to working in the US but the last two years have been particularly good for the 42-year-old English actress. She’s currently starring in cable show Rogue, and The Slap, the US remake of the acclaimed Aussie miniseries based on the best-selling novel by Christos Tsiolkas.
Words by Diedre Johnson Ever since Rebecca Romijn appeared in Sports Illustrated in the 1990s, her voluptuous shape has been admired and that image continued in her appearance in X-Men, X2: X-Men United, and X-Men: The Last Stand as the … Continued
By Diedre Johnson Love, romance, friendship, family values (yes, that phrase again), courage, brutality and spirituality are all major issues in Vikings, the History Channel’s hit series now in Season 3. Of course, there is also pillaging (or raiding, as the … Continued
The beautiful but doomed ‘90’s R&B icon known as Aaliyah has fascinated music lovers since the tragic plane crash that caused her untimely death. Now, television network Lifetime is bringing her fascinating story to life, in a new docu-drama focusing on her success as an artist, a fashion icon, and a superstar of film and television.
Nancy Dubuc, president and CEO of A&E Networks and the History channel received the Distinguished Advocate Award for her work with military veterans’ organization Team Rubicon on Friday at the Skirball Cultural Center before an audience of donors and supporters including former CIA director Gen. David Petraeu