Douglas Booth is the British actor in Noah, out on March 28. His varied resume includes playing Romeo and Boy George. Here’s all you need to know about the 21-year-old.
British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has made a name for himself here in America. You can catch the “Sherlock” actor on the Oscars tonight as one of the presenters. Just listen for his English accent.
Mark Sutton, most memorably known for parachuting into the London 2012 Olympics dressed as James Bond, was killed during a wing-suit accident in Switzerland.
Kelly Clarkson is reportedly banned from leaving the UK with a very special ring she bought for a lot of money at an auction. The ring belonged to Jane Austen.
Actor Matt Smith leaves “Doctor Who” with an emotional goodbye, meanwhile he prepares for bigger and better as he approaches a debut with Ryan Gosling!
Michael Olumide Adebolajo is one of the men accused of committing the horrible machete attack in London yesterday that killed a British soldier.
Scottish singer Emeli Sande broke the longstanding UK record for the top debut album, which has been held by “The Beatles” for almost 50 years.
The woman injured herself after jumping from the second floor of an Indian hotel because she feared she was going to get raped by the manager.
A bend outside a pair of adjacent cottages in Britain is being dubbed as Britain’s most dangerous corner after it caused five car crashes in just 12 hours.
The Troggs were famously known for its cover of “Wild Thing” and other hit songs such as “A Girl Like You” and “Love is All Around.”
Lindsay Sandiford claims gangsters forced her to smuggle $2.5 million in coke — but Bali’s draconian legal system says she deserves to die.