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  • This Sunday: Mark Salzman, Geoff Dyer, Stephen Fry and more

     
    Our books coverage this Sunday includes an interview with no-longer-writers-blocked Mark Salzman, a review of the latest from Geoff Dyer, Ellen Ullman, Stephen Fry, and more....
  • Album Review: Kate Bush's "50 Words for Snow"

     
    Album Review: Kate Bush's "50 Words for Snow" written by Margaret Wappler....
  • Fry brings another Brit face to “Sherlock Holmes II”

     
    An American may have the title role, but Guy Ritchie is surrounding Robert Downey Jr. with more UK players than you can shake a Brit at.  The estimable Stephen Fry, who can be funny, serious and even menacing (Remember his Duke of Wellington in ‘...
  • Stephen Fry's blogulosity

     
    "Blogging," British actor/writer/blogger Stephen Fry blogs, "leaves little time for dilating on the subjects which really move and enliven me. So here is the first of a series of blogulosities in which I try and share a personal delight." Fry,......
  • Betty White, Jeff Bridges scoop up Britannia Awards

     
    Brits know true royalty when they see it, so naturally they're just as wild about Betty White as we are. Before she received a standing -- and cheering -- ovation at Thursday's Britannia Awards, host Stephen Fry declared her "one......
  • Betty White cuts up when getting a prize named for Charlie Chaplin

     
    Betty White enjoys another bawdy moment at another awards show. This time, she picks up a comedy award named for Charlie Chaplin. The prizes are the 19th annual British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles -- BAFTA Los Angeles -- Britannia...
  • Twitter joke goes bad, users protest by evoking Spartacus

     
    Twitter users are taking to the microblogging site by the thousands to support, Spartacus-style, a British man whose angry tweet landed him in trouble with the law. In January, Robin Hood airport in northern Britain temporarily closed. Paul Chambers of......
  • 29 literary films to fill your holidays [Updated]

     
    A list of 29 top literary films, from 1982 to 2010....
  • The films of 2011 — a pretty complete list

     
    Dates are changing, studios are firming up release plans, figuring out what will actually be finished in time for this or that target date, in some cases. Films will be picked up at Sundance and find their way into theaters. Documentaries will find a...
  • Leonard Cohen wins Ninth Glenn Gould Prize

     
    Glenn Gould Prize goes to singer-writer Leonard Cohen...
  • Stephen Fry joins the cast of ‘The Hobbit’

     
    Peter Jackson is producing a remake of the WWII actioner “The Dam Busters,” and he'd hired the great British polymath, writer, wit, chat show favorite Stephen Fry to script it. Well, since he's already on the payroll, why not make use of him...