What’s a tubby English actor doing in a salsa romcom Nick Frost talks about burgeoning fame, avoiding being typecast and why you don’t need to be smokin’ hot to get the girl.
Makers of a documentary about the song Happy Birthday to You are suing a major recording company over copyright to the jingle, called the most famous song in the English language. They are also seeking damages and restitution of more than $5 million in licensing fees collected by Warner/Chappell Music Inc from thousands of people and groups who’ve paid it licensing fees
Polishing off a cup of wonton soup, singer Ozzy Osbourne is relating how paparazzi mobbed him as he left high-end organic grocer Bristol Farms.
The last time Ryan Golsing teamed up with director Nicolas Winding Refn, critics at the Cannes Film Festival dished out rave reviews like it was Christmas. The ultra-stylish, hyper-violent film, Drive, won Refn the Best Director trophy at the 2011 festival and cemented Gosling’s position as a leading man.
REVIEW: A Gala Evening: Bryn Terfel (bass- baritone), New Zealand Symphony Orchestra conducted by Tecwyn Evans Michael Fowler Centre, May 3 Bryn Terfel, besides being one of the great bass baritones gracing the opera stages of today, is a larger than life character in all senses of the word.
For more than 36 years, Star Wars has been a part of Anthony Daniels’ life. Still, it wasn’t until recently that he understood the significance of May the 4th for Jedi junkies everywhere.
Hips swinging, South Korean rapper Psy launched the dance and video of his new song “Gentleman” at a packed Seoul concert on Saturday, with nearly 160,000 tuned in online to see if he could carry off a repeat of his megahit “Gangnam Style”. The video for “Gangnam Style” is the most watched ever on YouTube with more than 1.5 billion hits, and its horse-riding dance has been imitated by thousands around the world, from Eton schoolboys, to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Ireland, which enriched the English language with the word boycott,* has invented a refinement of the term. The new word: fethardism, meaning to practice boycott along religious lines.When, eight years ago, Sean Michael Cloney, 22, a Roman Catholic farmer, married Sheila Kelly, 22, Protestant, in London, she made the usual agreement imposed by the Catholic Church on mixed marriages: the children would be brought up as Catholics
For a day last week Rafael Merry del Val stepped reluctantly out of the shadow of the retirement in which he has lived since the death of Pope Pius X, his beloved friend. He celebrated the silver jubilee of his elevation, at the hands of Pius X, to the cardinalate.