Apple Watch arrives, YouTube turns 10, Twitter launches Highlights, Snapchat suffers bug, Telltale loves Marvel, and Downton Abbey is better with lightsabers. The Apple Watch Launches Today Today is the day a certain section of society have been waiting for for many months. Show More Summary
The 19th century’s opulent Gilded Age has inspired not only “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes’ next series, but also a 17-room boutique inn. The Gilded, opening May 8, offers billiards, croquet and jewel-toned design with a modern...Show More Summary
For those bummed by the end of “Downton Abbey,” there may be solace in the form of a possible new TV show offering another “upstairs, downstairs” dynamic, this one with a Yankee accent. Former Bloomberg reporter Kate Andersen Brower sold the TV and film rights to her book, “The Residence: Inside the Private World of the […]
I always knew that Thomas Barrow on Downton Abbey used the Dark Side of the Force. Thankfully, the actor who plays him, Rob-James Collier, is much less dark. Using only his iPhone during his down time on the set of Downton (they apparently have a lot of it on this set), he's created a Downton/Star Wars mash-up film for charity.
Rob-James Collier, who plays the evil butler on Downton Abbey, Thomas Barrow, is running the London marathon to raise money for a local Multiple Sclerosis charity. While he might have been able to raise the goal amount of £10,000 on … Read more ›
Every time I read an interview with a Downton Abbey cast member, they seem to be discussing how much downtime they have on set Read the rest
"Lord of the Rings" star John Rhys-Davies is teaming up with Michelle Dockery of "Downton Abbey" on "Many Beautiful Things," a documentary about British missionary and artist Lilias Trotter.
Everybody knows the story of the rise and fall and rise again of the top 1 percent. Income inequality was at Downton Abbey levels in the 1920s, fell between the 1940s and 1960, paused during the 1970s, and then exploded since the 1980s. It's gone so far that the top 1 percent now get as […]
Who said it? 1. “Nobody in the Senate trusts the Iranians, no way we approve a deal that doesn’t allow for inspections anytime, anywhere.” 2. “It’s like a real life Downton Abbey that takes place at the White House every day.” 3. “I think it’s very important the sanctions be phased, so that we know […]
"You can not call this shit wine."
In his introduction to John Tamny’s new book Popular Economics: What the Rolling Stones, Downton Abbey, and LeBron James Can Teach You About Economics, Steve Forbes sums up the present state of academia with a quote from a popular undergraduate textbook, Paul Samuelson’s Economics: “If C=a+bY=200+2/3Y and I=I=100, solve Y=C+I=200+2/3Y+100 to [...]
To obscure our engagement with Scripture doesn’t make us more attractive. It makes us seem... empty. The post 10 Ways the Church Is Like Downton Abbey appeared first on OnFaith.
Robert James-Collier, who plays Thomas Barrow, lends his celebrity to a cause.
Actor Robert James-Collier enlists his fellow "Downton" castmates to help him raise money for MS research.
Is there anything Jake Gyllenhaal can’t do? Apparently, he can even sing well enough to play Seymour in a City Concert production of Little Shop of Horrors in July. Probably only James Corden, the host of The Late Late Show, is brave enough to match vocal skills with Jennifer Hudson, as they do in this installment of […]
The popularity of recent television series and movies like “Downton Abbey” and “Paddington” has inspired Anglophile-focused travel.
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: The Return of Traditional Values. True, both Downton Abbey and American Sniper are well crafted, nicely produced, and have fine actors. But dozens of other movies and television shows meet those criteria too. So why would postmodern Westerners stay glued to their televisions on Sunday nights to enjoy the daily lives of […]
Farewell Crawleys! After five seasons of upstairs-downstairs politics, romance and heartbreaking deaths (Still miss you, Matthew!), Downton Abbey is ending after its upcoming sixth...
Aaron Schock's sudden yet not-so-sudden fall from grace has provided a lot of fodder for columnists and editorial boards - and for good reason. There's the Downton Abbey office. There's the rippling abs cover of Men's Health. There's the endless...
Taking care of some international promotional duties, Lily James showed up at Roppongi Hills in Tokyo, Japan on Wednesday (April 8). The gorgeous “Downton Abbey” actress was joined by director Kenneth Branagh as she posed for photosShow More Summary