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Watch the first and longer look into the space epic in a trailer that forces eager fans to guess more about the storyline.
The 'Queen' actress is set to provide the inner voice of one of the characters on the musical hit series when it returns to the small screen on January 17, 2012.
Satisfied with her career, the Golden Globe Award-winning actress plans to take a break from Hollywood and renovate her farmhouse in Italy.
Dame Helen Mirren is excited about the upcoming wedding of Prince William in her native Britain, but 'feels' for bride-to-be Kate Middleton because of the pressure she is now facing.
Dame Helen Mirren was forced to apologise after turning the air blue on live TV in the U.K. on Tuesday.
Mirren was 'outraged' when she heard her friend Russell Brand had been arrested at an airport in Los Angeles over a scuffle with a photographer, calling his detention 'outrageous' and 'unfair'.
Russell Brands' animated film still maintains the first rank, leaving his other new film 'Arthur' on the second place.
There are whispers out there that the 'American Idol' judge, who has recently tweeted that she will do a photo shoot for the magazine, will grace the cover of the special issue.
The production standpoint revealed a scene at Arlene's apartment where she doesn't realize that someone or something has scratched an eerie note on her wall.
In a faux historical series 'The Roosevelts', the Brit beauty plays Eleanor Roosevelt who has a lesbian kiss with Abby Elliott's Marilyn Monroe.
The 65-year-old Brit beauty and Fred Armisen dance to a funky music after Fred mentions about her remake of 'Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo'.
Joined by former boxer Mike Tyson, Billy and Helen team up in a new vampire movie trailer spoof titled 'Grampires: When Harry Bit Sharon' for Funny or Die.
Talking about the highlight of filming 'Arthur', the 'Red' actress admits she had the boxing champ giving her a little training on throwing a punch.
The Oscar-winning actress has placed her hands and footprints in wet cement outside Grauman's Chinese Theater on Monday, March 28.
The British stars join forces to protest against government cuts to arts funding in Britain, claiming the reductions are 'the biggest threat' against arts and culture in Britain.