Neil Gaiman is the rock star of writing. Writing what you may ask.
It’s every woman’s fantasy. All 1.95 metres of Jason Momoa is sitting across the breakfast table, his dark eyes flashing as he reaches for his juice
In the long and steamy affair between fantasy and cartography, certainly the most mesmerising image of recent vintage is the dynamic beauty kissed alive by the title sequence of Game of Thrones. At the start of each episode, the viewer is strapped to a rollercoaster and swept across its alternate world.
When Ray Harryhausen was 13, he was so overwhelmed by King Kong that he vowed he would create otherworldly creatures on film. He fulfilled his desire as an adult, thrilling audiences with skeletons in a sword fight, a gigantic octopus destroying the Golden Gate Bridge, and a six-armed dancing goddess
Kit Harington it tired of being told to “gut chickens” for Game of Thrones. The British actor portrays Jon Snow in the smash hit sci-fi series.
Not only is Star Trek star, Patrick Stewart, about to wed a jazz singer (Sunny Ozell) half his age, but he’s getting Gandalf to conduct the wedding ceremony! Well, alright – not Gandalf exactly, but his alter-ego, Sir Ian McKellen. Patrick, 72, revealed the plans on The Jonathon Ross Show recently, saying his X-Men co-star would do the honours.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson wants to treat Bruce Willis to dinner.
Gwendoline Christie is a striking blonde, in more ways than one.
It must be a difficult task to assemble an action-adventure fantasy, especially for this summer of superhero-origin movies, with Thor and X-Men already in theaters and Captain America following in July.
It’s the recurring nightmare of high-minded modern parents of daughters. You ask your relatives to lay off the pink pinafores at the baby shower.