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Channel 4 has unveiled details of its Christmas and New Year schedule for 2013/14.
The current series of Homeland and Made in Chelsea will draw to a close over the festive period, while Educating Yorkshire returns for a Christmas special.
On Thursday, December 19, viewers will have the chance to catch up with their favourite teachers and pupils in Educating Yorkshire at Christmas. The festive edition will feature much-loved student Musharaf among others.
The third season of Homeland concludes with season finale 'The Star' on Sunday, December 22 at 9pm. It will be preceded by Night at the Museum 2 at 6.55pm and Keira Knightley's Never Let Me Go will follow at 10.25pm.
On Monday, December 23, Food Unwrapped's Christmas Dinner will explore the history of our festive menus at 8pm, »
Ten years ago today, an instant Christmas classic was released.Yes, we're talking about "Love Actually."This British romantic comedy delighted audiences on both sides of the pond and worldwide! To date, it's grossed nearly $250 million.The film was unique in that it featured ten different story arcs that all came together in the end. Films like "New Year's Eve" and "Valentine's Day" have tried to replicate "Love Actually's" success, but without its charm.At the time, the large ensemble cast featured established thesps (Liam Neeson, Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant), rising stars (Colin Firth, Keira Knightley) and relative unknowns (Andrew Lincoln, Martin Freeman, January Jones).Looking back, who would've imagined that shy Mark (Lincoln, left) would become "The Walking Dead's" zombie-killing sheriff, or nude stand-in John (Freeman) would become Bilbo Baggins in "The Hobbit"?Click on the "Launch Gallery" link above to see how much the rest of the cast has changed! »
- tooFab Staff
The actor has long had a fraught relationship with the media and their intrusions on his private life. As he promotes his new film with Steven Soderbergh, he talks about life post-Leveson and his love of theatre
'I'm 40! I'm an adult!" shouts Jude Law. "Aren't I?" We hold these truths to be self-evident, I reply, as the actor, laughing, stares across the table with those adorable baby blues and more hair than's fair. "But," he says more quietly, "part of me thinks I can't play a doctor. Who would come to me?"
You've got to be kidding. Who wouldn't come to Dr Jude? In Steven Soderbergh's film Side Effects, Law plays an Englishman in New York, a slimy limey of a pill-dispensing psychiatrist who becomes entangled in murder, drug switcheroos, a risible lesbian insider trading scam and lots more vaguely voguish, putatively Hitchkockian hokum before the credits. Astute critics »
- Stuart Jeffries
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