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Acclaimed actor Hugh Laurie is an absolute jewel in the encrusted crown that is the British film industry, and has starred in countless roles in films, television and theatre both sides of the pond, not to mention his more recent music career where he adds yet another string to his bow! Now, you can catch him starring as David Walling in The Oranges, in UK and Irish cinemas from 7th December.
The Oranges tells the story of two families; the Walling’s and the Ostroff’s who are thrust in to a moral dilemma when the eldest Ostroff daughter Nina (Leighton Meester) embarks on an affair with patriarch of the Walling household David (Laurie), old enough to be her father. This quirky, off-beat comedy also stars Hollywood favourites Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt, and sheckshy heart-throb Adam Brody.
Here, we take a look at some of Hugh Laurie’s most »
- Paul Heath
Loveable Rogues have released their first mixtape online. The trio have put out 'First Things First' on the web, which is available to download for free on their official Facebook page. The collection includes covers of Blur's 'Charmless Man', Eternal's 'I Wanna Be The Only One' and I Wayne's 'Can't Satisfy Her'. The mixtape also features collaborations with Ed Drewett on 'What A Night', Fiona Bevan on 'Maybe Baby' and Ms D on 'Honest', which they performed on the final of Britain's Got Talent. 'First Things First' serves as an insight (more) »
- By Robert Copsey
Bright eyed and bushy tailed, the cast of Up All Night left their kids nesting at home on Tuesday night while they talked babies at Paley Center for the Media. The show's renewal for a second season is still up in the air, but potential plotlines could change the dynamic of the core threesome of Maya Rudolph, Christina Applegate, and Will Arnett.
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Christina has fallen in love with the little twin girls who play her daughter Amy and would "protest" if the show decides to flash-forward in time. "I don't want new babies," she objected. "[I'm] putting my foot down. [They're] part of the family."
Age gap aside, the co-stars have bonded off screen too. Christina's daughter Sadie is often a fixture on the kid-friendly set and has "play dates" with her fictional daughters. The girls' parents also attended the panel in Beverly Hills and gave their blessing for [link »
Beware of the evil temptress that is Pam (Amber Nash) because she is such a great lay that you will forget about all of your responsibilities. But then again, we’re talking about Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) here.
Who knew a night of Green Russians and strip clubs–the only way to grieve–after a co-worker’s wake–would lead to a hot, steamy sex, which Archer claims to be the best he’s ever had? Considering the conquests he’s had over the years, including Lana (Aisha Tyler), that was a bold statement; so when he opened his door to find Pam sitting on the toilet making bread, well that’s the kind of horrifying reveal that lets you know this was going to be a memorable episode.
The hook-ups on Archer rarely ever surprise (at this point), but this is one of those rare times when it shocked you at first, »
- Ernie Estrella
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