That's the highest-rated comment in an article in The Guardian titled "Behind the Candelabra proves it: our greatest romances are gay/As Soderbergh's Liberace biopic hits our screens, why is it that homosexual love stories now work so...Show More Summary
NBC is bringing the 2002 film "About A Boy" to TV. The movie, which starred Toni Collette, Hugh Grant, and Nicholas Hoult and was based...
Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant feels that those who oppose GMO crops are elitists who are not concerned about the poor having affordable access to food. The major biotech company leader also believes that the USDA will review and then approve pending genetically engineered crops and not derail the Monsanto production timeline. During an interview with [...]Show More Summary
Pickups galore! NBC has picked up About a Boy, a comedy based on the movie and book, with David Walton in the Hugh Grant role. Friday Night Lights and Parenthood EP Jason Katims is behind the show, so expect it to tickle ye olde heartstrings. The other comedies that are ... More »
A preview of the pilot script for NBC's comedy "About a Boy" from executive producer Jason Katims, based on the Nick Hornby novel and Hugh Grant movie of the same name.
On "The Mindy Project," British actor Ed Weeks works his Hugh Grant charm as Dr. Jeremy Reed, the caddish-but-likable gynecologist in Mindy Lahiri's hip OB/GYN...
On The Mindy Project, British actor Ed Weeks works his Hugh Grant charm as Dr. Jeremy Reed, the caddish-but-likable gynecologist in Mindy Lahiri’s hip OB/GYN practice. He began the season as Mindy’s steamy office fling and has since become the resident smooth-talker — but Weeks says we can expect to see ... More »
'I lost myself in Liz Hurley,' says Hollywood actor Tom Sizemore whose memoir details three-year fling Guilty read LAST UPDATED AT 13:14 ON Mon 8 Apr 2013 ELIZABETH HURLEY and Hugh Grant may have appeared to be Britain's 'it' coupleShow More Summary
Monsanto Company (MON) F2Q13 Results Earnings Call April 3, 2013 9:00 a.m. ET Executives Bryan Hurley - IR Hugh Grant - Chairman and CEO Brett Begemann - President and Chief Commercial officer Pierre Courduroux - CFO Ashley WissmannShow More Summary
With Marisa Tomei and Allison Janney.
Hugh Grant, Marisa Tomei, Bella Heathcote, and Allison Janney also star in this comedy about a washed-up screenwriter who takes a job at a small college. [...]
J.K. Simmons and Chris Elliott are both set to join writer/director Marc Lawrence?s new untitled romantic comedy, producer Martin Shafer announced today. They will join the previously-announced Hugh Grant, Marissa Tomei, Bella Heathcote...Show More Summary
It is written in the the late-night history books that Jay Leno made The Tonight Show his own on July 10, 1995, when he asked recent prostitute shopper Hugh Grant, "What the hell were you thinking?" It became an iconic line that pops up in every Leno analysis, and today ... More »
Tom Sizemore enjoyed a series of secret steamy trysts with Elizabeth Hurley while she was dating Hugh Grant – RadarOnline.com is reporting. In his new book, By Some Miracle… READ ON
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch tweets about Monday's agreement, while others criticize the role of Hugh Grant and an activist group he supports. read more
There must be a chance that he’ll try to stand for parliament PaddyPower offering 7/1 that Hugh Grant will stand to be an MP.. Seems a reasonable bet. bit.ly/I8PkIO. twitter.com/MSmithsonPB/st… — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) March 19, 2013 The PaddyPower 7/1 looks a good bet PaddyPower also offering JK Rowling 16/1, Rebekah Brooks 25/1,Sienna Miller & [...]
Hugh Grant is best known for his stammering, bemused characters in movies like Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral. The actor proved that's simply a cinematic concoction with his latest essay, written for UK's The Observer.Show More Summary
Told by a pair of young Irishmen appearing as "40-quid-a-day" extras in a Hollywood movie, one of the anecdotes in Marie Jones' "Stones In His Pockets" involves Hugh Grant and a prostitute. The tale, recounted at the Northlight Theatre...Show More Summary
Joe Utichi contributes to Deadline’s UK coverage. The phone-hacking scandal is rearing its ugly head in Britain once again. Detectives have spent the weekend poring over an estimated 600 new allegations at the News Of The World, uncovered...Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — Celebrities like J.K. Rowling and Hugh Grant accused the British government on Sunday of letting down the victims of media intrusion and urged tough new measures to rein in Britain's unruly press.