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A Celebrated Director Of The Stratford (Canada) Shakespeare Festival Has Died

Robin Phillips “served as artistic director of the festival from 1975 to 1980, where his imaginative scope and meticulous attention to detail inspired a next generation of actors and lured big names like Maggie Smith to the Canadian stage.”

Interview: Lillete Dubey of "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"

[caption id="attachment_35638" align="alignleft" width="300"] Copyright DNA 2015[/caption] Lillete Dubey stars with Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, and Richard Gere in The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, available now on DVD, Blu-Ray, and streaming video. Show More Summary

Brits At The Emmys: ‘Poirot’ In 1st Nom; Period, Contemporary Dramas Strong

Period and contemporary British drama series had a fine showing in today's Emmy nominations. The usual suspects like Downton Abbey (sans Maggie Smith or Michelle Dockery) are here with eight noms, tying Starz/BBC’s roundly-lauded Wolf Hall. Show More Summary

$15 Minimum Wage In L.A. Is Great. But It Was Only Necessary Because A Democratic Congress Blew It

Before she was the tart-tongued grande dame on Downton Abbey, Maggie Smith was the tartan-clad elder stateswoman of Hogwarts. In the sixth Potter film, after Harry saved his friend Ron Weasley from poisoning, Smith's Professor McGonagall quipped: "I think we all agree that Mr. Show More Summary

$15 minimum wage in L.A. is great. But it was only necessary because a Democratic Congress blew it

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

If national Democrats had done their job, she'd have had a living wage years ago. Before she was the tart-tongued grande dame on Downton Abbey, Maggie Smith was the tartan-clad elder stateswoman of Hogwarts. In the sixth Potter film,...Show More Summary

The Well Speaks of its Own Poison by Maggie Smith

Diana Whitney reviews Maggie Smith's The Well Speaks of its Own Poison today in Rumpus Poetry.

Dowager Crawley's home from 'Downton Abbey' is up for sale

Byfleet Manor, the Surrey estate used to portray the home of Maggie Smith’s character Lady Violet Crawley on “Downton Abbey,” is listed for sale at $6.1 million.

Dowager Crawley's home from 'Downton Abbey' is up for sale

Byfleet Manor, the Surrey estate used to portray the home of Maggie Smith’s character Lady Violet Crawley on “Downton Abbey,” is listed for sale at $6.1 million.

Why Maggie Smith Has To Die At The End of Downton Abbey - What should the final episode look like?

3 months agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

It appears the mutterings about Downton Abbey ending were rooted in truth: series six is likely to be the ITV costume drama’s last.

Fun Magical Facts About Harry Potter

3 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Video Link) We love trivia about our favorite books and movies and this great TopTenz article has fun facts about both books and movies. For example, did you know Dame Maggie Smith ( Professor McGonagall) went through chemotherapy to...Show More Summary

'Downton Abbey' Season Renewal News, Update: Show to End in Season 6

Following the announcement of "Downton Abbey" main cast member Maggie Smith (who plays as the Dowager Countess of Grantham, Madame Crawley) that she won't be reprising her role if even the hit British period drama gets another seaso...

25 Times Lady Violet Is the Absolute Sassiest on Downton Abbey

4 months agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

Maggie Smith's Lady Violet has some of the best one-liners on Downton Abbey, not just because she's wise, but because the woman is straight-up sassy. Now that the series is officially ending after its sixth season, we're becoming contemplative of all the times Countess of Grantham says what's on her mind - regardless of who's within earshot. Show More Summary

Newswire: Downton Abbey’s next season will be its last

Presaged by Maggie Smith’s recent comments, Julian Fellowes’ development of the Downton-for-boorish-Americans drama The Gilded Age at NBC, and the inexorable march of time, the producers of Downton Abbey confirmed today that the upcoming sixth season of the drama will be its last. Show More Summary

Newswire: Downton Abbey’s sixth season may be its last

Earlier this month, lovable jokester Maggie Smith got a hearty chuckle out of everyone involved in the production of Downton Abbey when she declared that she “can’t see how it could go on” much longer. Such droll comedy! Why, that almost...Show More Summary

Downton Abbey’s Sixth Season Will Reportedly Be Its Last

Looks like Maggie Smith was right, Downton Abbey really can't keep on going. TV Line is reporting that the show's sixth season will be its last. And while some fans will understandably be gutted, they shouldn't be too surprised. According to TV Line, most of the cast members' contracts expire... More »

Watch This: Maggie Smith in her Prime, long before Downton Abbey

Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: The forthcoming release of Ethan Hawke’s Seymour: An Introduction—and the recent release of the excellent Approaching The Elephant—has us thinking back on other movies about teaching. Show More Summary

Even 8 Months Pregnant And Wearing A Cheap Dress, Kate Middleton Upstages Everyone At Downton Abbey

Even Kate Middleton gets all dressed up to meet Lady Mary and Maggie Smith. More » Even 8 Months Pregnant And Wearing A Cheap Dress, Kate Middleton Upstages Everyone At Downton Abbey is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Get sex, dating advice, culture news and hot trends for women..

Dame Maggie Smith Confirms Departure From 'Downtown Abbey'

Veteran actress Maggie Smith has said she plans to leave British period drama, "Downtown Abbey" after the end of Season 5.

Hot Sheet: March 6, 2015

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include the songs of Empire, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Miss Coco Peru, gay legend Lance Loud, and more. read more

#TBT: Maggie Smith Through the Years

5 months agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

We can't get enough of Dame Maggie Smith this week. For one, the accomplished British actress stars in the highly-anticipated "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," which opens this Friday. She also made headlines when she revealed to The Sunday Times that she's likely to leave "Downton Abbey" after next season. Show More Summary

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