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A baby is enchanted in her crib, by what appears to be a fairy. Twenty years later, she's grown up and a bit of a slob for a noblewoman! She's Princess Elena (Georgia May) and complains of her shoes, she doesn't like wearing them. Lord Godwyn (Simon Williams) is her father. Uther (Anthony Head) thinks her beautiful and "strategic." Godwyn finds Arthur (Bradley James) "strategic." They must marry off the two to cement their allegiance. Arthur doesn't love her and refuses. Elena arrives at court and trips over. Merlin (Colin Morgan) has to fetch and carry, as normal. Arthur has to inform Gwen (Angel Coulby) of this marriage and that he won't go through with it. Merlin thinks perhaps Elena will be like her mother. Arthur has bad breath, a sense of humour. Then adds, no, Arthur is right, they don't share anything in common. Uther tells him that Arthur's »
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Arthur (Bradley James) and Merlin (Colin Morgan) are being pursued by bandits in the forest, in a scene reminiscent of the BBC's other successful drama, Robin Hood (TV), as fans of this will recall. Arthur tells Merlin they'll outrun them before asking why Merlin never trusts him. Of course they don't outrun them and Arthur leads Merlin into a cave, and tells him he should trust him and that's coming from a future king. It's actually called The Valley of the Fallen Kings. Merlin tells him it's cursed but Arthur says it's only a myth. They'll be safe from the bandits and Merlin should, "trust me." Arthur is shot in the back by an arrow, as expected whenever he says to trust him, that's when things go awry. Merlin sees no possible way out for them and attempts to provide comfort to Arthur. He believes Arthur is dying. In this »
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British actress Emilia Fox is celebrating after giving birth to a baby daughter.
The couple welcomed their new addition into the world last week (end21Nov10) and Fox debuted her daughter as she was photographed carrying her baby out of her London home.
The Dragon (John Hurt) cannot fight the call of the Dragon Lord and so has to obey. The Serket's (scorpions) poison that attacked Merlin (Colin Morgan) required the aid of an enchantment to heal him. Arthur (Bradley James) is angry as he has no clothes for archery practice. He swears Merlin will be the target when he finds him. Morgana (Katie McGrath) sneaks into Uther's (Anthony Head) chamber to plant more of the mandrake root, tormenting Uther even further. The Dragon informs Merlin that the venom was too potent for Merlin's powers to overcome. It's Merlin's fault that Camelot is in peril and he should have heeded the Dragon when he told Merlin not to trust Morgana. "Trust is a double-edged sword." Merlin believed Morgana to be like him as she also possessed magic. The Dragon says that Merlin and Morgana are similar, but Merlin insists he will never be like her. »
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Emilia Fox thinks her miscarriage was meant to be. The 36-year-old actress, whose marriage to actor Jared Harris broke down after she suffered a miscarriage in 2007, is currently expecting her first child with peace campaigner partner Jeremy Gilley and said she is trying to be positive about the trauma of her previous pregnancy.
"As horrendous as losing my baby was, maybe it was meant to happen to make way for this little one to come along," she said. "I don't know if that's true, but it's like I've finally been able to convert that awful experience into a positive thing."
The screen beauty, who is believed to be is expecting a girl, is relishing being pregnant and claims the baby already reacts to her father's voice. She told She magazine, "I'm really enjoying being pregnant. I especially love the evenings, when Jeremy comes home from work and immediately I feel »
Arthur (Bradley James) and Merlin (Colin Morgan) chance upon a battlefield of dead soldiers in their search for the missing Morgana (Katie McGrath). It has been over a year since she disappeared. Uther (Anthony Head) is determined the search will continue, regardless of how many men are lost. Arthur jokes about Merlin being on a horse all day and his bottom being sore. To which Merlin replies, "I may be a wimp, but at least I'm not a dollophead." Arthur: "There's no such word." Merlin: "It's idiomatic." We all know what he means by "idiot" there. Merlin tells Arthur he should be more in touch with his people. They are attacked and Merlin uses magic causing one of the attacker's helmet to fly off. It appears Merlin causes the sword to become magnetic, however, when watching, it doesn't seem that obvious this happens. Arthur tells Merlin they're "not playing hide and seek. »
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Melbourne, Nov 08 – Actress Emilia Fox has advised women to try pole dancing or striptease as she found it ‘completely liberating’.
“I’ve always been the last one to get up on the dance floor or at a party. I’m just too self-conscious,” the Daily Telegraph quoted her as telling the Mail.
“Then I had to learn pole-dancing for my role in 2006’s Cashback and I found it completely liberating. It taught me how to feel confident about my body so that dancing came naturally.”
“I wouldn’t encourage any woman to get involved in the sex trade, but I’d. »
Emilia Fox found her old woman disguise in 'Merlin' ''terrifying''. The 36-year-old actress - who is best known for her role as Dr. Nikki Alexander in BBC crime drama 'Silent Witness' - admitted being made up with prosthetics was not a pleasant experience as it gave her a ''glimpse of the future''. She said: ''It is the best disguise that I have ever had in TV or film. It was truly terrifying because it's a glimpse of the future. ''It was really quite odd as people treated me differently as an anonymous old hag. It was not a welcome revelation.'' Emilia explained while seeing the .. »
The ladies of Camelot, Angel Coulby and Katie McGrath, took some time out of their hectic schedules to talk exclusively about their roles in the British TV series Merlin to Fgt staffwriter Alan Kelly.
Angel talks about Guinevere becoming more assertive and the return of Lancelot, while Katie McGrath couldn’t be more pleased with her character’s transition from utterly enchanting to ruthlessly calculated (albeit still enchanting) seer Morgana in the fantasy drama. The popular show returned earlier this month for a third run on BBC One (rerun on the SyFy Channel in the United States); Katie and Angel where kind enough to answers some questions about why the show appeals to different generations, how much fun it is for Katie to play a bad-ass, whether Arthur and Gwen’s relationship will develop this season, if the sorceress Morgeuse can really be trusted and what femme fatales Katie channels when playing Morgana. »
London, Oct 11 – Emilia Fox thinks that the heartbreak of her miscarriage led to the breakdown of her first marriage with ‘Mad Men’ actor Jared harres.
The actress said that her and Jared’s relationship never recovered following the loss of their child.
They split in 2008 and were finally divorced in June.
“Jared and I had a fantastic marriage but we had the misfortune to have a miscarriage, we didn’t really deal with it. Then we hit crisis point. We couldn’t find a way of making it work,” the Daily Express quoted Fox as saying.
Emilia, 36, is now expecting a baby. »
The 14-minute production, starring Richard E Grant (pictured above), was winner of Best Comedy at the La International Short Film Festival 2010 in July. The event is officially recognised by the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences, with many films going on to get Oscar nominations, some of them winning the coveted statue.
The Man Who Married Himself also won Best Comedy at the Rhode Island International Film Festival 2010, held in August.
Hamm financed the project himself, shooting it over 14 weekends. It took 18 months to complete and is his second short film.
Despite his parents' disapproval, »
- David Bentley
Saturday 11 September
Merlin rescues Morgana from marauding bandits with his flashing eye magic, only to have Arthur put a bucket of soapy water over his head. So begins a new series of everyone's favourite medieval adventure in which Morgana, looking like an evil version of Andrea Corr, uses all kinds of sorcery to wreak terrible vengeance on the kingdom of Uther Pendragon. And to make matters worse, her sister, played with malevolent glee by Emilia Fox, is helping her. Merlin has rumbled her game, but who's going to believe him? A tense cliffhanger leaves us guessing.
71 Degrees North
Kate Thornton and Gethin Jones present a new celebrity challenge show from a Norwegian glacier. Ten of them compete in sub-zero physical challenges, five against five, and the winning team gets to spend the night »
- Will Hodgkinson, Julia Raeside, David Stubbs, Andrew Mueller, Will Dean, Phelim O'Neill, Jonathan Wright, John Robinson
Pregnant actress Emilia Fox feared she'd never be a mother after miscarrying her first child.
The British star lost her unborn baby in 2007 and later admitted she went through therapy in a bid to overcome the tragedy.
And at the time of the ordeal, Fox was worried the implications of her miscarriage would mean she would never have the chance to raise her own children.
She tells Britain's You magazine, "Of course at the time all your fears are, 'My goodness, does that mean motherhood is not going to happen to me?' It's a painful process that had a psychological effect on me and which I dealt with much later, because at first I only dealt with it by getting on with my work.
"Miscarriages are a lot more common than I had realised and it helped me greatly talking to friends who had had miscarriages and discovering how many people I knew who had been through that. I feel very fortunate and privileged that you do get the chance of having a child again."
Fox is due to give birth later this year. »
DVD Playhouse—August 2010
Black Orpheus (Criterion) Winner of the 1959 Best Foreign Film Oscar and that same year’s Palme d’Or at Cannes, Black Orpheus is a modern-day update of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice reset in 20th century Brazil during Carnival in Rio. Director Marcel Camus offers up a visual feast with some of the decade’s most ravishing color cinematography. A classic. Also available on Blu-ray disc. Bonuses: Archival interviews with Camus and actress Marpessa Dawn; Interviews with Brazilian cinema scholar Robert Stam, jazz historian Gary Giddins, and Brazilian author Ruy Castro; Documentary on the film; Trailer. Full screen. Dolby 1.0 mono.
The Last Song (Touchstone) Sentimental adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ (by Sparks and Jeff Van Wie) sentimental novel about a father and daughter attempting to repair their damaged relationship. Greg Kinnear, as the dad in question, comes off best, while tween sensation Miley Cyrus »
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Emilia Fox has revealed that she does not live with partner Jeremy Gilley despite being five months pregnant with his child. The actress, who announced the pregnancy in May, admitted that she has delayed marrying Gilley until the pair begin sharing a home. "We don't even live together. I think our first step (before marriage) has to be that. I think because we started out as friends and it was quite some time before anything happened that we just didn't do the moving in together thing," (more) »
- By Jennifer Still
Pregnant actress Emilia Fox has no plans to marry her boyfriend just yet - because the expectant parents are still living apart.
The Pianist star is five months pregnant with her partner Jeremy Gilley's baby, but admits she has yet to move in with the charity campaigner, although the couple plans to eventually share a home after the birth.
She tells Britain's Fabulous magazine, "We don't even live together. I think our first step (before marriage) has to be that. I think because we started out as friends and it was quite some time before anything happened that we just didn't do the moving in together thing.
"I'm slightly worried how he's going to find living with me. I'm messy and he's neat. But he knows me inside out. We had a gentle, long period of getting to know each other and then a very quick pregnancy. He's been through all the emotions of this pregnancy so he's seen all sides of me. We've cried, laughed and just been with each other."
She adds, "I would like to get married again because I do really believe in marriage. It's something I really value. I want this baby, I want more babies. Of all the things I've had in life, what I want most is my own happy little family." »
This article may contain spoilers. The sorceress Morgause (Emilia Fox) returned with the Knights of Medhir to wreak havoc across the land and destroy Uther Pendragon (Anthony Head), even if it brought down Camelot in the process. But in order to do so, Morgause needed her sister Morgana.s (Katie McGrath) consent. She would not topple the House of Uther unless it was with Morgana.s blessing. Fresh on the heels of her wrath over the treatment of Alvarr (Joseph Mawle), Morgana was only too happy to give her blessing. However, she did not foresee the dire consequences. It was not only Uther who suffered, but also the whole kingdom of Camelot. Would Morgause have been content with only slaying Uther, or would she have slaughtered Arthur (Bradley James), Merlin (Colin Morgan), Gaius (Richard »
British actress Emilia Fox has been named patron of a butterfly sanctuary in the UK.
The Butterfly World Project aims to preserve the future of England’s unique butterflies. Visitors to the St Albans project can enjoy 12 temporary contemporary gardens from some of Europe’s best known designers as well as some new faces to the gardening world. A large butterfly breeding house is now open, and in 2011 a huge rainforest Biome will be constructed.
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The awards, Britain's top television nods, were handed out June 6 at a star-studded showbiz gala at the Palladium theater in London's West End and broadcast near-live on BBC1 here.
Branagh, who wasn't here as he is directing in the U.S., won for his turn in the bleak Scandinavian detective series "Wallander."
Film and TV actress Julie Walters was nominated twice in the best actress category, for her performances in political biopic "Mo" and euthanasia drama "A Short Stay in Switzerland." She won it for "Mo."
Walters, picking up her nod, said: "Oh BAFTA, »
- By Stuart Kemp
''The Pianist'' star Emilia Fox is pregnant with her first child. The British actress is expecting a baby with her charity campaigner boyfriend Jeremy Gilley, three years after suffering a miscarriage with her ex-husband, ''Mad Men'' star Jared Harris, reported Contactmusic."We can confirm Emilia is pregnant," said a spokesperson for the 35-year-old actress. Fox admitted last year that losing her baby had contributed to her marriage breakdown with Harris."I had a miscarriage two years ago and we didn''t explore enough the impact that had on both of us and on our relationship."We weren''t happy, and I couldn''t see my way through the unhappiness to get to the happiness again.Maybe it was because of having had the miscarriage, which really hit me a year later," she said. »
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