This week I attended the launch of the BFI London Film Festival 2019 and as always there were a number of films that have caught my attention.
Here are some of my highlights from this year’s line up, as well as some of the stars and directors you’re likely to see at LFF 2019.
Continue reading What to watch at LFF 2019
The Crawley family and those who work for them debut on the big screen in Downton Abbey, based on the ITV Sunday night series.
Set in a couple of years after the series ended, the inhabitants of Downton are all a flutter with the news the King and Queen are to visit the house during a tour of Yorkshire.
Continue reading Downton Abbey – film review
Julie Andrews has been announced as the recipient of the 48th AFI Lifetime Achievement Award.
Continue reading Julie Andrews set for Hollywood honour
A LEGO wellness activity book for adults, which promises to help readers “practice mindfulness, explore creativity and unwind” will be published in October.
Continue reading Would you read a LEGO ‘wellness activity’ book?
Blondie’s Debbie Harry will be meeting fans and signing copies of her new memoir in London next month.
Continue reading Meet Debbie Harry
Hugo Weaving will tread the boards in London next year.
Continue reading Hugo Weaving heads to the London stage
Jane Lynch has revealed she’s teamed up with Cyndi Lauper to work on a new TV series, which has been sold to Netflix.
Continue reading Jane Lynch, Cyndi Lauper working on ‘Golden Girls for today’
Michael Fassbender is in talks to star in Next Goal Wins, director Taika Waititi’s next project.
Continue reading Could Michael Fassbender score lead role in Next Goal Wins?
Tennis legend John McEnroe will lend his voice to a new comedy series set to debut on Netflix.
Continue reading John McEnroe is narrating a new Netflix comedy series
UK publisher Penguin has announced a whole raft of famous voices who will be narrating a new series of 50 Penguin Classics audiobooks.
Continue reading Andrew Scott among celeb narrators of 50 Penguin Classic audiobooks
Comedian Ben Miller has signed a deal to pen three more children’s books.
Continue reading Ben Miller is writing more children’s books