We lost a great one. British actress Emma Chambers was best known for playing Alice Tinker in Dawn French's truly fantastic sitcom "The Vicar of Dibley," and also for playing Hugh Grant's sister Honey in the 1999 romantic comedy "Notting...Show More Summary
Co-star Hugh Grant remembered her as a "hilarious and a very warm person."
Hugh Grant is speaking out to mourn the death of actress Emma Chambers, who played his sister in the movie Notting Hill. The actress passed away from “natural causes” at the young age of 53. Hugh took to Twitter to pay tribute to the late star. “Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person [...]
Emma Chambers -- best known for her role as Honey in the rom-com "Notting Hill" -- has died from natural causes... according to her agent. The English actress appeared alongside Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant in the hit 1999 film, and was a star on…
We all know that individuals fight over potential love interests. Just think of Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant) and Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) scuffling, rather impotently, over Bridget Jones in a fountain. But you might be surprised to hear that the fierce rivalry continues behind the scenes — in the form of sperm competition. Show More Summary
Martine McCutcheon is best known for playing the behind-the-curtains kisser, Natalie -- opposite Hugh Grant as the kissee, David -- in the 2003 rom com "Love Actually." Guess what she looks like now!
Paddington, the charming bear from the children's books by Michael Bond, loves his marmalade sandwiches. Not all the stars of "Paddington 2" share his taste -- but Hugh Grant has a story to tell about his father and the treat. (Feb. 9)
Hugh Grant has settled his phone-hacking lawsuit against Mirror Group Newspapers in London
LONDON (AP) — British actor Hugh Grant has settled his phone-hacking damages claim against Mirror Group Newspapers. Grant was at the High Court on Monday when the details of the settlement were provided at a hearing. Grant said the newspaper...Show More Summary
Paddington 2 star Hugh Grant has settled his long-gestating claim of phone-hacking against Mirror Group Newspapers and has understood to have been awarded a six-figure sum. British actor Grant, known for his roles in rom-coms such as...Show More Summary
Paddington 2, a film about a very polite bear who has to face-off against Hugh Grant in a bunch of wigs, is now the best reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes. For now. This will change! But at this very moment in time, the film has held fast to its 100% rating. Show More Summary
Oftentimes, actors seem to appear in kids’-only movies under great duress. But the casts of the Paddington films, all stellar British thespians, elevate the genre of earnest, goofy performance to a new level of art. Ben Whishaw, who replaced Colin Firth at the last minute before the first movie, delivers ... More »
Richard Brody reviews “Paddington 2,” starring Hugh Grant and Sally Hawkins, which weaves the C.G.I. bear into live-action settings.
This weekend the wonderfully adorable (and just plain wonderful) "Paddington 2" arrives in theaters everywhere. A remarkable sequence to the equally delightful 2014 film "Paddington," the new film sees everyone's favorite bear (voiced...Show More Summary
Hugh Grant recently told People that Robert Downey Jr. "hated" and "wanted to kill" him. Way harsh, Tai. But apparently the "Avengers" star no longer feels that way. Grant is now promoting "Paddington 2," and he recently did some word association with People's editor-in-chief Jess Cagle. Show More Summary
Hugh Grant is one of our most iconic rom-com leads, often playing a dashing — but hapless — British suitor. In perennial favorite Love Actually, he achieved perhaps the pinnacle of the form, even going so far as to very winningly dance through the halls of his residence at 10 Downing Street (also known as…
Thanks to Paddington 2, the world is once again talking about a sterling Hugh Grant performance. Here's a list of four others in recent memory that you may have missed, but surely deserve greater attention.
Robert Downey Jr. responded to Hugh Grant’s claim that he “wanted to kill” his former co-star with a classy reply.
"A lot has happened over two decades!"