Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes and the show’s executive producer have both said they would be open to making a film version of the hit ITV show.
There’s just over two weeks until the eyes of the showbiz world turn to San Diego for the 46th outing of geek heaven, also known as Comic-Con.
So many panels and actors are being confirmed on a daily basis, so I thought I’d provide a handy catch-up of who you can, and can’t, expect at this year’s SDCC.
The always reliable Paul Rudd will be honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on July 1.
A couple of weeks ago you may have heard the shocking rumour that Homer and Marge Simpson are to split up.
Stephen Fry, Ewan McGregor and Joan Collins are among the celebs contributing to a new fairytale app.
The GivingTales app has been developed has been developed with Sir Roger Moore and is aiming to raise money for UNICEF.
The Princess and the Pea, read by Moore, is free and the other fairy tales are £2.51 to download. The app is available on Apple, Android and Windows Phone 8.
Additional stories include The Emperor’s New Clothes (narrated by Dame Joan Collins), The Little Match Girl (narrated by Ewan McGregor) and The Ugly Duckling (narrated by Stephen Fry).
The app is available now.
Actor Nick Frost is busy finishing off his autobiography ahead of its publication later this year.
Winona Ryder is to star in a new drama series for Netflix.
Sir Ian McKellen has signed a deal to write his autobiography.
Here’s one for Game of Thrones completists.
As the ITV drama prepares for its final series, BAFTA has announced it will pay tribute to Downton Abbey with a special event in August.