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Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford are new parents to a baby girl, and the actress revealed the name of their newborn on Monday. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight at the Suffragette premiere in New York, Carey said that their daughter's name is Evelyn, and when asked about the meaning behind the name, she said she "just came up with it." Earlier this month, a source revealed that the actress gave birth "to a healthy and happy baby," and during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday, Carey confirmed that her little girl was born in September. The new mom also stepped out on Oct. 7 when she hit the red carpet with Meryl Streep for a photocall for her film Suffragette. She and Marcus, the lead singer of Mumford & Sons, have known each other since childhood, and they started dating in 2011 before tying the knot in April 2012. Congratulations to the couple! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
The pair will be guests in the same episode of The Graham Norton Show, airing Friday, October 30.
Smith, who plays Violet Crawley on ITV's Downton Abbey, is making her first British chat show appearance in 42 years.
Meanwhile, Bieber will be performing his chart-topping single 'What Do You Mean?'.
It's a girl for Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford! Only a few days after E! News exclusively confirmed that the 30-year-old actress had given birth, Mulligan revealed on The Graham Norton Show that she and her musician husband welcomed a baby girl "three weeks ago." She appeared on the talk show alongside Meryl Streep to promote their new film, Suffragette. A source told us that everything in the Mulligan household was running smoothly since giving birth. "Carey has given birth to a healthy and happy baby," the insider revealed. "She is just enjoying this time with her family and close friends." Mulligan looked gorgeous while appearing on Graham's sofa, putting her »
Mama Mulligan! Carey Mulligan and her husband, Marcus Mumford, are seeing pink. The British actress revealed their baby's gender during The Graham Norton Show on Monday, Oct. 12. "It's a girl," Mulligan, 30, gushed. Us Weekly confirmed last week that the Suffragette star and the Mumford & Sons frontman welcomed their first child together. "The baby is healthy," an insider told Us at the time. "They have been loving being parents and their friends and family are thrilled." Mulligan didn't go into detail about her newborn daughter on Monday, but [...] »
All in the name of charity, the celebrity edition of Gogglebox was Channel 4's most watched show last night (October 9).
An average audience of 3.97m (19.8%) - the highest of the evening outside of soaps - saw England win their penultimate UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier on ITV. The match peaked with 4.98 million viewers at 9pm.
Over on BBC One, The One Show attracted 3.78m (21.8%) at 7pm, followed by Would I Lie to You? with 3.39 million (18.4%). Still Open All Hours pulled in 3.06m (14.9%) at 8.30pm, while Charlie Brooker's appearance hosting Have I Got News For You »
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Fake Trailer of the Day: Along with all the other ways fans and brands are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future combined with the actual date Doc, Marty and Jennifer travel to in 2015 in Back to the Future Part II, Universal created a fake teaser trailer for Jaws 19 (via Screen Crush): Celebrity Impressions of the Day: While appearing on The Graham Norton Show with, among others, Robert De Niro, Tom Hiddleston did his impressions of Christopher Walken, Al Pacino and, yes, De Niro -- the latter two in a one-man redo of scenes from Heat (via Variety): Movie Mashup of the Day: Check out the ultimate Disneyfied version of Star Wars: The Force...
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That Loki is impressive as hell. Tom Hiddleston was on "The Graham Norton Show" alongside Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, and Kenneth Branagh -- what a great lineup! -- and the conversation turned to impressions.
Tom Hiddleston stole the show, and started his mimic-fest by doing an impression of Owen Wilson from "Midnight in Paris." Tom said he's been made to do impressions of his "Avengers" co-stars, and admitted a Christopher Walken impression is easy ... but pretty much irresistible, so he did that too. Then he braved a De Niro impression, on the same couch as De Niro.
Tom said he's memorized pages of the "Heat" script and re-enacted a scene, acknowledging that De Niro would be familiar with it, since he was there, shooting the 1995 scene with Al Pacino. It's kind of hilarious to see Tom explain the scene as if he is the expert, but he's self-deprecating about it and it's very charming, »
- Gina Carbone
As any fan is well aware, Tom Hiddleston is great at celebrity impressions. He's so good, in fact, that when prompted to do his Robert De Niro impersonation on The Graham Norton Show, Hiddleston did it . . . with Robert De Niro five feet away. Anne Hathaway and Kenneth Branagh were there too, but that doesn't really matter. He chose a scene from the classic 1995 thriller Heat, and not only does he do his best De Niro, he also impersonates Al Pacino! It's gold, and De Niro's reaction is, well, priceless. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Tom Hiddleston's best celebrity impressions reign continues.
Both performers were guests on the UK's "The Graham Norton Show" on Friday when host Graham asked Tom perform a few of his famed impressions.
Photos: Hot Shots Of Tom Hiddleston
"The Intern" star seemed to ...
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Perhaps you don't know this about Thor star Tom Hiddleston, but he's great at impersonating fellow celebrities. That should come as no shock after watching him fully transform into country legend Hank Williams in I Saw the Light. If he wasn't busy building a career as an Oscar-worthy actor, he might have a shot at being the next Rich Little. On the The Graham Norton Show he got to show off some of his skills. And he couldn't pass up the opportunity to break out one of his better routines, especially with the subject of his impersonation sitting on the couch beside him.
Tom Hiddleston and Robert De Niro appeared on the The Graham Norton Show couch together earlier this week. And in what could have been an awkward exchange, Tom Hiddleston broke out his own Bobby De Niro facial ticks and accents. And the whole thing is nothing short of amazing. »
You talkin' to me?! Tom Hiddleston is known for his celebrity impressions and took on a bold challenge during his appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday: He did his best Robert De Niro...to De Niro's face. The Avengers and Thor hottie, who is promoting his latest film Crimson Peak, re-enacted the iconic restaurant scene from the 1995 crime film Heat, reciting both the actor and co-star Al Pacino's lines. "You know, we are sitting here, you and I, like a couple of regular fellas," he says, mimicking Pacino's raspy voice. "You do what you do, and I do what I gotta do. And now that we've been face to face, if I'm there and I »
The former Top Gear host, who was the butt of countless gags and jokes, managed to attract 4.46m viewers (20.8) at 9pm.
New family comedy The Kennedys entertained 2.58m (13.2%) at 9.30pm, while The Graham Norton Show attracted 2.85m (24.1%) at 10.35pm.
Over on ITV, the Rugby World Cup was seen by an average audience of 3.2m (16.7%), and peaked with 4.05m (20.9%) at 8.30pm.
BBC Two's The Great British Menu attracted 1.99m (11.4%) at 7.30pm, Mastermind followed with 1.81m (9.2%) at 8pm, Gardener's World was seen by 2.09 (10.7%) at 8.30pm and Great British Bake Off: Extra Slice reeled in 1.95 (9.1%) at 9pm.
With 2.87m (14.0) viewers, Gogglebox was »
Robert De Niro appears to approve of Tom Hiddleston‘s impersonation of him. The “Thor” star, who will next be seen on the big screen in Guillermo del Toro‘s “Crimson Peak,” performed a re-enactment of his favorite scene between De Niro and Al Pacino in Michael Mann‘s 1995 crime drama “Heat” — and played both actors’ parts — while appearing on “The Graham Norton Show.” “It’s an expression of admiration, just to be clear,” Hiddleston said before cracking up the audience with his impressions, which also included Owen Wilson and Christopher Walken. Also Read: Robert De Niro Storms Out of 'Negative' Interview: 'I'm. »
- Greg Gilman
Whew, what a charmer that Loki is. Tom Hiddleston joined Kenneth Branagh and The Intern co-stars Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro on The Graham Norton Show, which became an opportune moment for the host to ask Hiddleston to bring out his canon of impressions, which include Christopher Walken, Owen Wilson, and, of course, Robert De Niro. Not only does Hiddleston do De Niro, but he reenacts De Niro's coffee-shop scene across from Al Pacino in Michael Mann's Heat. This is definitely why the British are taking all our jobs.And if that weren't enough, he also whips out a Graham Norton impression on the spot. »
- E. Alex Jung
Speaking on The Graham Norton Show for tomorrow's episode (Friday, October 2), Branagh recalled the time Hemsworth had to get topless for a shot in the Marvel film.
"I was a bit embarrassed when we came to do the scene in the movie when he takes his shirt off," he said. "I felt uncomfortable talking about how we would do it and how he might feel he shouldn't.
"I even rang my wife to ask her, and she said rather over-enthusiastically, 'Get him to take his shirt off!'
"When I broached it with Chris, he said, 'Of course I'm going to get my bloody shirt off, mate. I've been training for nine months for this thing!'"
Disney is developing a new film to follow on from the 1964 classic, originally starring Hathaway's Princess Diaries co-star - and on-screen grandmother - Julie Andrews.
Mary Poppins In Space! 5 crazy things from the Pl Travers books that could be in Disney's sequel
The Intern star insisted that she hasn't been asked, though she admitted that she has a connection.
The Oscar-winner has previously said that she doesn't feel like she will play the role, instead tipping her Devil Wear Prada castmate Emily Blunt.
"I've been called a nun with a switchblade": 13 quotes that prove that Julie Andrews is badass
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Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel have been bringing the laughs with their fake feud for years, and on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the two took their issues to a therapist. In a hilarious skit, Jimmy and Matt argue about their past and current issues, including Matt making a cameo on Jimmy's show. "I imagine it would suck to be him," Jimmy said, looking at Matt. "I mean just look at his face and look at his body. It's not a movie star face and a movie star body." Matt shot back with, "He is verbally abusive to me." The skit is just the latest in the pair's infamous back and forth. There was the time Matt teamed up with Jimmy's then-girlfriend, Sarah Silverman, for the song "I'm F*cking Matt Damon," plus Jimmy's rebuttal, "I'm F*cking Ben Affleck." And then, of course, Matt "kidnapped" Jimmy in 2013 and took over the show, »
- Laura Marie Meyers
There was one very important issue discussed when Matt Damon appeared on The Graham Norton Show on Friday: the actor's lush ponytail, which made its debut back in July. As Matt explained on the show, he filmed a movie in China, so he was there for about five months "with that, uh - that thing." And guess what? It wasn't real! "It was hair extensions," Matt said. "There were 700 hair extensions. It was a full day to put them in." Of course, real or not, as Graham Norton pointed out, the ponytail caused "quite the sensation," and when the host read fans' Twitter reactions to the ponytail, Matt cracked up, genuinely shocked by some of the tweets. Watch the hilarious clip, above, for all the ponytail talk, then see Matt's appearance at The Martian premiere in London, plus why you need to see the movie! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Strictly Come Dancing's competition opener was watched by an average audience of 7.68 million (36.4%) on Friday evening (September 26).
The BBC One show peaked at 7.84 million (37%) at around 9.30pm, as the first six couples took to the dancefloor.
Gogglebox was once again Channel 4's highest rated show, attracting an average audience of 2.68 million (12.7%). At 8pm 640K (3.2%) tuned in to watch James Corden win £32,000 for charity on James Corden does Deal or No Deal.
At 10pm Alan Carr: Chatty Man attracted 1.1 million (6.6%) viewers.
Gardener's World was BBC Two's highest rated show with 1.98 million (9.9) viewers tuning in. »
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