Hugh Grant gave Andy Cohen the chance to fulfill a lifelong dream on Wednesday night.After the "Watch What Happens Live" host confessed that he's always wanted to play one of the dapper British actor's leading ladies, the pair re-enacted one of the most famous scenes from the 1999 rom-com "Notting Hill.
Once compared to George Clooney as one of the world’s most eligible bachelors, Hugh Grant has settled down. Well, sort of. Still a bachelor, Grant became the father to three babies in 15 months, and told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens...Show More Summary
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The obvious upside to hosting your own celebrity-studded talk show is that you get to subject the visiting stars to whatever bizarre fantasies you might have been holding onto since childhood. Jimmy Fallon got to sing a duet with Barbra Streisand. Conan made his prop department actually construct a full-body Ben Affleck penis. And now Andy […]
Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley ended their romantic relationship years ago, but the Notting Hill star still thinks of the actress as his “best friend.” For those who weren’t alive during (or can’t seem to recall much about) the 90s, Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley were one of the hottest couples on the planet. Show More Summary
Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live" is full of alcohol, celebs dishing on other celebs and lots of "Real Housewives." But it's also home to a little segment called "Clubhouse Playhouse," in which Cohen makes his guests re-create random...Show More Summary
Hugh Grant appeared on Watch What Happens Live! on Wednesday (February 18) and made host Andy Cohen‘s dreams come true by recreating a famous Notting Hill scene live on the air. Andy played the Julia Roberts role, and got to deliver the famous line, “I’m just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking [...]
Yes, he starred in a new movie. But that doesn't mean he wants to talk to us about it
Hugh Grant's movie views Hollywood through the lens of the Men's Rights Movement.
Instead of making viewers cry with his romantic comedies, Hugh Grant admits to grabbing the tissues himself! Now that the 54-year-old has three beautiful children — two with ex Tinglan Hong and one with Swedish TV exec Anna Eberstein — fatherhood has definitely made the notorious womanizer a softie! [ Related: Hugh Grant Says He Deserves Jon [...]
Back in the 1990s, Hugh Grant made a name for himself playing charming snots, but in his new film The Rewrite, the emphasis is more on "snot" than on "charming." Here, Grant is Keith Michaels, a Hollywood screenwriter who once had a Golden Globe–winning hit but has since made only... More »
There was a period spanning from the near-mid 1990s to the early 2000s when a particular kind of Hugh Grant movie ruled the romantic comedy world. I don’t mean every single Hugh Grant movie, but quite a few Hugh Grant movies, mind you. Show More Summary
Hugh Grant is suave while attending the screening of his new film The Rewrite held at Landmark Sunshine Cinema on Tuesday (February 10) in New York City. The 54-year-old English actor was joined by Chris Elliott, Emily Morden, Annie Q, Steven Kaplan, and director Marc Lawrence. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Hugh Grant [...]
It's far from perfect, but "The Rewrite" is the kind of witty, enjoyable star vehicle in sadly short supply on screens these days.
The other movie opening this weekend, The Rewrite, is about a struggling Hollywood screenwriter (Hugh Grant) who is gradually seduced by the charms of SUNY’s Binghamton University. Just as was the case, once upon a time, for writer-director...Show More Summary
It's like the Masters, but in a hallway
As an alternative to the bondage-themed '50 Shades of Grey,' the Valentine's Day weekend release of 'The Rewrite' seems well timed, if a bit bland. [ more › ]
Hugh Grant has launched an impassioned defense of Love Actually, while at the same time also revealing that the romantic-comedy's writer and director, Richard Curtis, is a woeful romantic. According to Vulture, Hugh Grant made his comments after being informed of The Atlantic's recent tenth-anniversary review of Love Actually. Show More Summary
The Rewrite stars Hugh Grant and Marisa Tomei in a semi-romantic comedy written and directed by Grant’s frequent collaborator Marc Lawrence, and produced by Castle Rock Entertainment. In other words, it’s poised to become one of the biggest rom-coms of 1998. Show More Summary