Saturday, October 25, 2014

Charlie Hunnam Rough Houses On ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Set, Looks Cute Doing It


Charlie Hunnam Shoots 'Sons Of Anarchy' On A Grassy Hill With His Co-Stars

At least I assume that Charlie Hunnam and his co-star are rough housing and this isn’t some sort of Sons of Anarchy spoiler.

Charlie and his crew were spotted in Los Angeles yesterday, shooting scenes for the final season of their hit show. I’m gonna be honest, I mostly bring you guys all of these set photos because I know they’re going to end soon. This way at least we can say we enjoyed them.

And what’s not enjoyable about Charlie Hunnam as Jax Teller?

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Gerard Butler shows off his muscly physique in a clingy wet suit after Malibu surfing session

PUBLISHED: 15:45 EST, 24 October 2014 | UPDATED: 15:48 EST, 24 October 2014

Surfing safari: Gerard Butler enjoyed a surfing session at Malibu's Leo Carrillo State Beach on Friday

Gerard Butler has caused hearts to palpitate in such films as 300 and Phantom Of The Opera.

The hunky 44-year-old actor put on another kind of show on Friday as he emerged from Leo Carrillo State Beach in Malibu following a surfing expedition.

Gerard was clad in only a black, blue and grey wet suit while padding barefoot to his sporty white Land Rover that was parked on a remote stretch of Pacific Coast Highway.

His hair was still damp and pushed this way and that, but he didn't seem to mind about his appearance - or the dust obscuring his car windows.

As the face of Hugo Boss' new male fragrance, Butler sported more scruffy facial fuzz than he shows in the glamorous promotional pictures.

The surfing enthusiast fitted his surfboard on top of his vehicle and checked to make sure it was secure.

Friday, October 24, 2014

SPOILERS: ‘Downton Abbey’ season 5, episode 6 preview: Latest Michelle Dockery – Mary talk

24 October, 2014

So far, there has been no more confusing story on “Downton Abbey” than that of Lady Mary, and there may be one simple reason for that: Not even she at the moment has any real clue what she wants. (Warning: Spoilers ahead for Americans!)

Earlier this season, the indication felt pretty clear that Michelle Dockery’s character wanted to give a relationship a try with Anthony Gillingham (Tom Cullen), but that she wanted to do it in a way that did not involve the two parties getting married. After their little hotel-room excursion, though, it suddenly became clear to her that she did not enjoy the romance as much as she thought that she would. Therefore, she worked with Charles Blake to try to smooth things over between Tony and his ex.

Could she regret this choice? We wonder, given that she has a rather unusual facial expression in the photo above from Sunday night’s episode, almost like she is somewhat distraught.

If we were to be honest at the moment, we would say that we are much more of a fan of Mary and Charles together at this point than her and Tony. He seems nice enough, but there doesn’t seem to be enough of a challenge there. We like characters who push Mary and force her to think differently about the world, and Charles is a little more in that vein.


Martin Clunes films new series in Nettlebed


ACTOR Martin Clunes filmed scenes for a new TV drama series at the Sue Ryder hospice in Nettlebed.

The Doc Martin star and Men Behaving Badly visited Joyce Grove for the filming of Arthur and George, a three-part adaptation of Julian Barnes’ novel for ITV. He plays celebrated author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Graham Campbell, head of support services at the hospice, said: “They were here just for a day doing some scenes inside the hall and reception area. They set up from 7am, started filming about 10am and finished about 6.30pm.

“There were a lot of people watching as a lot of families had come in to visit their relatives.

“All the crew — the runners, the assistant directors — were charming. They were very nice to our patients and relatives that were held up for 30 seconds while they took a shot.”

The film crew also captured some exterior shots of the Jacobean-style manor house, which was built in the 1900s and was once the home of James Bond creator Ian Fleming.

Mr Campbell said the producers approached the hospice, saying the wood paneling and huge fireplaces made it an ideal location for the production. The drama is based on an intriguing series of true events in the life of the Sherlock Holmes’ creator.

Conan Doyle recaptures his zest for life by pursuing and challenging a notorious miscarriage of justice — the case of George Edalji, a hard-working solicitor and son of a vicar.

Arthur and George also features Conan Doyle’s relationship with Jean Leckie, a much younger woman with whom he enjoyed a platonic relationship while his wife was alive. Jean eventually became his second wife.

Other members of the cast include Arsher Ali, star of Four Lions and Silent Witness, as George Edalji, Art Malik, who appeared in The Jewel in the Crown, as his father, the Reverend Shapurji Edalji, and Emma Fielding, star of Silk and DCI Banks, as his mother Charlotte Edalji.

Steve November, ITV’s director of drama, said: “Arthur and George explores what we think we know about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s life. It’s a fascinating insight into the man who was to become one of the most famous of his age.


Benedict Cumberbatch can't hide his astonishment as he comes face-to-face with his very own waxwork

PUBLISHED: 17:43 EST, 23 October 2014 | UPDATED: 18:10 EST, 23 October 2014

Spot the difference: Benedict Cumberbatch was honoured with his very own waxwork at Madame Tussaud's in London this week and came face-to-face with it on The Graham Norton Show 

This week he was honoured with his very own waxwork at Madame Tussaud's in London and Benedict Cumberbatch couldn't hide his astonishment when he saw it firsthand.

The 38-year-old actor was greeted with the figure when he was taping an appearance on BBC's The Graham Norton Show and made sure to examine it thoroughly while looking utterly bemused.

Benedict even adopted an identical pose to his doppelganager to allow Graham, fellow guests Miranda Hart, Timothy Spall, and Adam Levine and the audience to see the similarities for themselves.


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