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Please Watch A Christmas Prince, Netflix's Unintentionally Hilarious Holiday Romance

When it comes to watching cheesy romance movies, I like to think my tolerance is fairly high. Sure, I cherish Never Been Kissed and Bridget Jones's Diary, but I also have a soft spot for . . . Beauty and the Briefcase. And From Prada to Nada. Oh, and Pizza My Heart (Yes, Pizza My Heart). There's something comforting about sinking into the couch and getting wrapped up in the pure fluff of these movies' romantic entanglements, and I won't apologize for it. Some people meditate or go for a run to let off steam; I like to watch B-list actors get themselves into relationship problems that would be solved in real life with a single text message. That's why, upon spotting Netflix's new original holiday movie, A Christmas Prince - Note: not to be confused with My Christmas Prince or A Princess For Christmas - I was ready to shut off my
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Fyi: Outlander's Sam Heughan Once Played a Prince in a Gloriously Cheesy Holiday Movie

While we all know and love Sam Heughan's immensely talented work in Outlander, did you know that the smoldering Jamie Fraser isn't actually his best role? No, that honor goes to his tireless dedication to playing the great Ashton, Prince of Castlebury. "Who is the great Ashton, Prince of Castlebury?" you might be wondering. "Is there some high-brow royal biopic I missed? Did he guest star on The Crown?" Well, long before he was making us weak in the knees on Outlander, Heughan popped up in Hallmark's gloriously cheesy holiday romance A Princess For Christmas (not to be confused with Netflix's A Christmas Prince or My Christmas Prince, of course). The 2011 film follows a down-on-her-luck antiques dealer named Jules (Katie McGrath) and her young niece and nephew. They travel to the whimsical European country of Castlebury (stay with me) to visit their estranged grandfather. It turns out the man
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In Memorium: Classic Bond Actor Roger Moore Dies at Age 89

We’ve lost another one, Folks. Roger Moore, a resplendent talent and a good man, died Tuesday at the ripe old age of 89. Moore was a beloved television and movie actor whose work stretched for over seventy years: first appearing as an unnamed piano player in 1937’s Double Wedding and most recently ending with the role of the Duke of Castlebury in 2011’s A Princess for Christmas. He was Ivanhoe, Maverick, Sherlock Holmes and Jacques Clouseau. And yes, he even played James Bond. He wasn’t just any Bond, either. He was The James Bond. Moore played the British superspy in

In Memorium: Classic Bond Actor Roger Moore Dies at Age 89
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Roger Moore Dead: James Bond Actor, 89, Battled Cancer

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Roger Moore Dead: James Bond Actor, 89, Battled Cancer
Roger Moore, the beloved actor best known for playing James Bond in the ’70s and ’80s, died in Switzerland on Tuesday. He was 89.

The star’s children broke the news in a statement uploaded to Twitter, noting that Moore passed away after a “short but brave battle with cancer.”

“We are all devastated,” Moore’s family tweeted alongside the statement.

“The love with which he was surrounded in his final days was so great it cannot be quantified with words alone,” his three children — Deborah, Geoffrey and Christian — wrote in the statement.

With the heaviest of hearts, we must share
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Supergirl's Melissa Benoist is teaming up with Outlander's Sam Heughan for love story Oxford

Supergirl's Melissa Benoist is teaming up with Outlander's Sam Heughan for love story Oxford
Melissa Benoist and Sam Heughan are teaming up for love story Oxford.

The Supergirl actress and Outlander lead will star in the romance set at Oxford University, reports Deadline.

Benoist will play a student who arrives at Oxford and falls in love with her arrogant teaching assistant (Heughan).

When she discovers he is privately fighting terminal cancer, the pair decide to make the most of his days and travel the world together.

Allison Burnett wrote Oxford's script, while Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey are producing.

Benoist has appeared in projects such as Glee, Whiplash and The Longest Ride. Supergirl will premiere in October on CBS.

As well as Outlander, Heughan has popped up in Doctors, A Princess for Christmas and Any Human Heart.
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What to Watch: A Guide to Christmas TV Programming

What to Watch: A Guide to Christmas TV Programming
Wondering how you should spend your Christmas holiday? With original movie premieres and reruns of the season's classics, The Hollywood Reporter has compiled a comprehensive list of how TV's leading networks will be celebrating Christmas Eve and Christmas day. Story: Holiday Programming Guide: From Charlie Brown to Kelly Clarkson and (Nearly) Everything in Between Tuesday, Dec. 24 12 a.m. - The Night Before the Night Before Christmas (Hallmark) 2 a.m. - A Princess for Christmas (Hallmark) 4 a.m. - Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus (Hallmark) 6 a.m. - A Christmas Wedding Tail (Hallmark) 7 a.m. - A Very Brady Christmas

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Christmas Comes Even Earlier This Year to the Smallscreen

It’s not your imagination: Christmas comes earlier every year, and on TV at least, it stays longer.

Programmers are leveraging the marketing platform of the holidays like never before. Cable networks such as ABC Family, Hallmark Channel and Lifetime practically give themselves over to holiday-themed movies during the months of November and December, after revving up with Halloween fare just weeks before.

Home for the Holidays,” “Help for the Holidays,” “Hitched for the Holidays,” “A Princess for Christmas,” “A Boyfriend for Christmas,” et al. — the stream of hokey telepic titles is endless, it seems, at this time of year.

NBC is looking to capitalize on the feel-good festive environment with its live broadcast of “The Sound of Music,” toplined by Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer, on Dec. 5. CBS has its share of holiday chestnuts that are perennial faves — and is perhaps looking to add to that this year with the Dec.
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Starz Casts Scot as Jamie Fraser in Ronald D. Moore’s Upcoming Outlander Series

Fans of the time traveling book series Outlander have been waiting with bated breath for this casting news, and now we have it. Starz today announced that Scottish actor (you can hear the fans’ sighs of relief already) Sam Heughan will be playing Scottish warrior Jamie Fraser in its upcoming adaptation of Diana Gabaldon‘s popular series.

It’S Official! Sam Heughan Cast As Jamie Fraser In Starz & Sony Pictures TV’S “Outlander” New Original Series Based on Diana Gabaldon’s International Best-Selling Novels From “Battlestar Galactica” Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore

Beverly Hills, Calif., July 9, 2013 – Starz in association with Sony Pictures Television has announced today that Sam Heughan will play the role of Jamie Fraser in the original series “Outlander,” adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s international best-selling books, which will premiere on Starz in 2014. The chivalrous young Scottish warrior, Jamie Fraser, has been adored worldwide by fans of the
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"A Princess for Christmas" Is One Gift You'll Hope You Never Get

Feel-good family-friendly Christmas movies are a dime a dozen, and so are films about independent young women unexpectedly becoming royalty through a “spontaneous” romance that proves she’s in love and not seeking riches and titles. A Princess for Christmas, directed by Michael Damian, blends these two genres together and comes out with a mangled, simplistic story filled with wooden acting, stilted writing, and a chain of events that make little sense save for the fact that they’re prerequisites for any basic “average girl becomes a princess” kind of film. It’s unfortunate that the basic structure and elements are so horribly executed because there are enough strong cast members, like Merlin’s Katie McGrath, Charlotte Salt, and Roger Moore, that a more talented director could have made a memorable holiday distraction.

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Celebrity Biography: Katie McGrath

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Katie McGrath was born on October 24, 1983 in Ashford, County Wicklow, Ireland. She attended Trinity College in Dublin and graduated in History. Katie never considered acting as a career. Her real interest was in fashion journalism. After graduation she worked for lifestyle and fashion magazine, Image. Katie's mother had a friend who was an assistant director on the TV series The Tudors (TV). This friend was instrumental in getting Katie a job as a wardrobe assistant on the series. While working on The Tudors (TV) Katie said "A couple of producers said I should give acting a try. I just thought, "Why not?" It's like running away to join the circus, everyone wants to do it when they're young but then you grow up and get a proper job." Taking their advise she sent her photographs to Irish agents. As a result, she landed the plum role of Morgana on the
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Katie McGrath Discusses the Joys of Wickedness as Merlin’s Morgana

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To put a new spin on an old phrase, hell hath no fury like a sorceress scorned.

So goes the tale of Merlin, the international hit series that begins its fourth season on Syfy next Friday, January 6 with the first of a two-part episode that finds Morgana’s blinkered determination threatening not only Arthur’s future, but the very balance of the world. With her magic stronger than ever, the sorceress summons the mighty Callieach to tear open the veil between the worlds. Hellish creatures pour forth, killing any who succumb to their touch. With King Uther a shadow of his former self, it falls to Merlin, Arthur and his loyal Knights to protect the kingdom.

Katie McGrath has spent four years evolving the character of Morgana, once the beloved ward to the king who discovers she is actually his daughter. That secret is revealed to her through her half-sister,
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Roger Moore Returns To TV In Hallmark Special; Reflects On The James Bond Films

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Sir Roger Moore returns to television on December 3 in a Hallmark Hall of Fame family movie, A Princess for Christmas (see photo above). Sir Roger also reflected recently on James Bond films past and present: he's a big fan of Daniel Craig and acknowledges that if he had to do as many stunts during his tenure as 007, "I would have been dead after the first movie!" He also says the 1977 flick The Spy Who Loved Me was the most fun to film. For more click here
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