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The new Homeland trailers look great - when is it back on?
Soon! As us lot at the Tube Talk Q&A predicted a few weeks back, Homeland's third season will premiere on Channel 4 on Sunday, October 6 at 9pm - just one week after Us transmission, as with season two.
Season three sounds like a cracker too, with Brody (Damian Lewis) on the »
It does feature people in white wigs and robes, but it's not a period piece. Silk fabric does figure in the plot, but nobody's on his or her way to, or returning from, the Far East with bolts of cloth. There's a bar but no juggling of glasses.
Instead, Moffat drew on his experiences as a barrister (in the U.K. split legal profession, they specialize in courtroom advocacy and drafting legal pleadings) to tell the story of up-and-coming junior barristers -- Martha Costello (Maxine Peake) and Clive Reader (Rupert Penry-Jones, "Whitechapel") -- in a barristers' chambers in London, who are attempting to attain the coveted rank of Queen's (or King's) Counsel.
ITV has teamed up with Prostate Cancer UK to produce a special film as part of the network's week-long 'Stand by Your Man' campaign.
The movie, titled Father's Day, hopes to spark discussion and encourage men to talk more openly about such illnesses and reassure them that they are not alone, reports The Red Pages.
Game of Thrones actor Dance said: "I did recognise the reluctance of the men in the film to talk about such issues, I think that's true.
"While men tend to make more of a drama than women about everyday illness, they tend not to open up as much about more difficult matters."
Father's Day airs on June 16 at 11.45pm on ITV4.
Watch a trailer for the film below: »
Emma Stone photobombed boyfriend Andrew Garfield last night and the resulting photo is the best thing we've ever seen. While attending the opening night afterparty for the off-Broadway production of Bull at 59E59 Theaters in NYC, the cute couple got silly while posing for pics with castmembers Eleanor Matsuura, James Corden and Neil Stuke. As Garfield, dressed in a plaid shirt and brown jacket, flashed a smile for the camera, Stone popped her head up behind him to make a wide-eyed, open-mouthed funny face. The adorable photobombing had Matsuura cracking up during the photo session. The 29-year-old actor and his 24-year-old blond beauty are currently in NYC shooting The Amazing Spider-Man 2 »
Thursday night, the pair attended the New York opening of the play "Bull," and while Garfield, 29, posed with actors Eleanor Matsuura, James Corden and Neil Stuke, Stone, 24, popped in the picture to make a silly face.
Last summer, Garfield opened up to MTV News about how their easygoing relationship began on the set of "The Amazing Spider-Man."
"We got on really well as people, in between [takes]," Garfield told MTV. "That was the fun stuff: In between, we'd just mess around, and I felt, 'Ah, this is different.' I wasn't really aware what was happening in the screen test. She keeps you on your toes, and that wakes you up. That was the beginning."
- The Huffington Post
Imagine photobombing Spider-Man. Emma Stone got her goof on Thursday at the New York City opening-night party of the Mike Bartlett play Bull, popping up in the background of a group shot with her boyfriend Andrew Garfield and the actors in the stage show at the 59E59 Theaters: Eleanor Matsuura, Adam James, James Corden and Neil Stuke. Stone, 24, and Garfield, 29, have their own creative project together, filming The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which is set to open exactly a year from now. The couple of more than a year costar in it alongside Jamie Foxx, Martin Sheen and Sally Field. - »
Emma Stone got silly last night when she photobombed her boyfriend, Andrew Garfield, at the opening night party for the new play Bull in NYC. When she wasn't goofing off with Andrew, Emma chatted with the play's British stars Eleanor Matsuura and Adam James, as well as actors James Corden and Neil Stuke. The couple dropped by the premiere during a break from filming The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in the Big Apple, which they have been working on over the past month. In addition to filming her new project, Emma has been busy promoting Revlon - be sure to check out our interview with Emma Stone, where she talks about her beauty secrets! View Slideshow › »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
7 items from 2013
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