On this day…in 1965

On this day in 1965, Joanne Rowling, better known the world over as J.K. Rowling, the author and creator of the celebrated Harry Potter book series, is born near Bristol, England. Beginning in the late 1990s, Rowling’s seven Harry Potter novels became international blockbusters, selling over 400 million copies and being translated into more than … [Read the full story]

Mila Kunis would enjoy the role in 50 Shades

Mila Kunis says she would love to star in the film version of Fifty Shades of Grey. Mila admitted she could have a “good time” playing the erotic novel’s heroine Anastasia Steele. The 29-year-old said: “There are times when you just want to do something fun and different, because you’re going to have a good … [Read the full story]

Ooh Emma, what lovely legs you have

Pretty Emma Watson revealed her beautiful legs in a pair of cut-off denim shorts  as she stepped out for dinner with pals in Los Angeles. The Harry Potter star — who looked a far cry from her famous big  screen character Hermione Granger — paired her shorts with a  horseshoe-branded top at the Chateau Marmont Hotel. Emma, … [Read the full story]

Rupert and Emma are consumed with magic potions

After picking up a joint gong for Outstanding Contribution To British Film, the young stars of the Harry Potter movies celebrated with a few too many magic potions at the aftershow party. Caner Rupert Grint looked decidedly worse for wear as he left the Weinstein Company’s bash at London’s W Hotel at 4am. And Emma … [Read the full story]

Harry Potter film crew member dies of swine flu

Harry Potter stars are in mourning after a member of the film crew became the latest swine flu victim. Animal trainer, Caroline Lois Benoist, 26, died at the end of 2010 after a short illness. The tragedy has left movie bosses frantically trying to vaccinate everyone who’s been on set. They have cordoned off large … [Read the full story]

The ‘pre’ preview of the 2011 Oscars

by our film critic Helena Bryanlith. Every year in January we look at the films of the past year and consider which ones will deserve the Oscar for top quality and performance. It has not been the best year for film goers, but the awards will be possibly judged by those who will gain the … [Read the full story]