7 items from 2017
Two ITV favourites return, the mesmerising corruption drama approaches its endgame and Bear Grylls has some more volunteers for island torment.
A second series of the charming comedy-drama adapted from Gerald Durrell’s Corfu Trilogy. Gerry’s brothers have decided to grow moustaches; mum Louisa (Keeley Hawes) unexpectedly wakes up next to a sheep – although new arrival Hugh Jarvis (Daniel Lapaine), a dashing farmer, would much rather she woke up beside him instead; and boy-crazy Margo has decided she wants to become a nun. Meanwhile, an ecstatic Gerry has discovered some otter droppings … Ali Catterall
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- Ali CatterallGraeme VirtuePhil HarrisonJonathan WrightBen ArnoldJack SealeMark Gibbings-JonesPaul Howlett
Julia Roberts is the 2017 World’s Most Beautiful Woman! Learn her secrets to staying young — and subscribe now for this special edition featuring over 50 pages of beauties — only in People!
Julia Roberts learned about motherhood from the best — her own mother, Betty Lou Bredemus.
The Oscar winner, who has been named People’s World’s Most Beautiful Woman (for a record fifth time), opens up to People editor-in-chief Jess Cagle about how much her mother taught her about parenting.
“My mom worked a full-time job and raised three girls pretty much on her own,” Roberts says in the magazine’s new cover story. »
- Ale Russian
The Oscar winner will be partnering up with Bear Grylls for the upcoming NBC Red Nose Day Special to raise awareness of live-saving vaccines. Roberts and Grylls will travel to Kenya and traverse hazardous terrain to deliver the vaccines to a remote village — all under a time limit.
The two must navigate dense underbrush and avoid the wildlife — like crocodiles and hippos — as they race to the village while having to keep the vaccines cold.
And that’s just one part of the three-hour extravaganza airing May 25 on NBC. In the exclusive video above, »
- Ale Russian
The Daniels (Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert) a music video directing duo, who unleashed the internet breaking visuals for DJ Snake’s Turn Down For What back in 2014, make their feature debut with this bromantic comedy between a marooned millennial and a farting corpse, hardly the easiest sell to a movie going safe-spacer. And it’s true, when Swiss Army Man, the hottest ticket at last year’s Sundance Film Festival unspooled before the sold-out audiences’ eyes, many just got up and left, totally disgusted. Okay, let’s be clear here, this isn’t Robert Zemeckis’s Castaway that’s for sure, but it ain’t Srdjan Spasojevic’s A Serbian Film either. Beneath their scatological obsessed humour, the Daniels have crafted a bizarre little indy film about isolation and sexual shame, which at times is beautifully lo-fi and tender.
We meet Hank (Paul Dano) a shaggy haired boy-man on a »
- Thomas Salmon
Animal Planet has ordered a new series following an adventure cameraman's search for mysterious creatures.
Expedition Mungo will follow Paul "Mungo" Mungeam — who has worked with the likes of Bear Grylls and traveled to more than 90 countries to capture wild, and sometimes hostile, environments — as he steps in front of the camera to explore myths and legends that he's heard about during his 20 years of traveling the world.
In the series, Mungeam will lead a team of fellow adventurers to some of the most remote and undiscovered areas of the world in hopes of separating fact »
- Kimberly Nordyke
Obama Slow Jams the News With Jimmy Fallon The soon-to-be former president took the mic with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” in June where he mocked Donald Trump’s infamous orange tan, Beyonce’s “Lemonade,” and even the late-night host himself. Mean Tweets The 55-year-old read some mean tweets about himself on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in 2015. “Running Wild With Bear Grylls Obama went on an adventure with Bear Grylls in December of 2015, where he discussed his family and climate change while devouring a dead fish. Michelle and Barack Dance to “Thriller” For Halloween at the White House, the couple »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Tamron Hall’s signature pixie is as essential to her look as bright colors and great shoes, and she’s been vocal in the past about how much she loves it. But like any woman, it’s her prerogative to have fun with her hair from time to time – and it looks like she did just that in a yet-to-be-revealed segment for the Today Show.
The anchor, who spoke about how her Anita Baker-inspired cut made her feel like herself earlier this year, channeled another icon – Pam Grier – in a handful of shots she posted to her Instagram Tuesday afternoon. »
- Alex Apatoff
7 items from 2017
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