Stephen Fry is a British national treasure. Born in Hampstead in 1957, the future comedy legend attended City College Norwich before being admitted to Queens’ College, Cambridge. It was there that he auditioned for, and won, a spot in the prestigious Cambridge Footlights club. Show More Summary
Stephen Fry narrates a new 'Mortecai' international trailer, which introduces Johnny Depp as British Spy Charlie Mortdecai. [...]
Last night (Fri., Dec. 12, 2014), Jeremy Stephens and Charles Oliveira came to blows at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 20 Finale inside "The Pearl" in Las Vegas, Nevada. In a back-and-forth battle, Oliveira earned a unanimous decision. Find...Show More Summary
Class was in session in this one. The co-headlining attraction at tonight's (Fri., Dec. 12, 2014) The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 20 Finale: "A Champion Will Be Crowned" event at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada featured the talented...Show More Summary
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BAFTA has invited the UK's resident renaissance man, Stephen Fry, to host the EE British Academy Film Awards in February, and he has accepted. This marks the 10th time he will handle the emcee role. As evidenced by his longevity, Fry has been a welcome presence at the Royal Opera House each year. Show More Summary
I usually prefer to get my information in written form, but the PBS documentary Russia’s Open Book: Writing in the Age of Putin (website) is so good I was sorry when its 57 minutes were over. The host is Stephen Fry (sporting a pleasing late-tsarist beard-and-mustache combination), and the authors discussed and interviewed include Zakhar […]
Cards on the table: I wasn't too enamoured with the previous LittleBigPlanet games, certainly not to the degree many others were. It wasn't just the floaty, fiddly physics-powered platforming either: I found Stephen Fry's narration overbearing, and never felt it meshed the elements of create and play quite as effectively as it could have. Show More Summary
Stephen Fry is a fan of the villanelle — it was what inspired him to write his how-to book for poets, The Ode Less Travelled. And so are you, if… Continue reading The post Spectator competition: Autumn villanelles (plus: poems in praise or dispraise of well-known buildings) appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Keira Knightley looks straight ahead as she leaves the Mayfair Hotel on Saturday evening (October 11) in London, England. The 29-year-old actress was joined by her husband James Righton and The Imitation Game co-star Benedict Cumberbatch for the night out. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Keira Knightley Recently, Stephen Fry revealed he once [...]
A first in franchise history, LittleBigPlanet 3 will feature a full voice cast for its adventure mode, and with English comedian Stephen Fry reprising his role as the narrator, there's no better villain than his original partner in crime, Hugh Laurie. Read more...
One of the most charming aspects of the LittleBigPlanet games has always been the tremendous voice work done by legendary British actor, Stephen Fry. Now another guy with an extremely recognizable voice will be joining the cast of the series' third installment, Hugh Laurie. Is there a doctor in the house?Click To Continue Reading
Sony has announced a starry voice cast for LittleBigPlanet 3, which will see series narrator Stephen Fry reunited with comedy partner Hugh Laurie. Laurie is set to play Newton, the game's baddie - that's him over on the right. You can also see him sparring off against Fry in the new trailer below. Show More Summary
Nolan North, Tara Strong also confirmed. Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry will reunite as two of Craftworld's most important characters in LittleBigPlanet 3, Sony announced Tuesday.Click here to read the full article
LittleBigPlanet 3 is going to be the biggest, most awesomest, most amazingest adventure yet! So we're proud to announce today that as a LittleBigPlanet first... our entire adventure will be fully voice acted!
Credits: Getty Images Backlash prompts Stephen Fry to dismiss calls for his arrest after admitting cocaine use in the 1980s First Reaction Thursday, October 2, 2014 - 11:37am Stephen Fry's admission in his new volume of memoirs, More...Show More Summary
Now I have to thank Stephen Fry for helping me to make my case for the proper enforcement of our laws against drugs. Mr Fry’s latest book of memoirs has just been published. From what I’ve seen so far, it’s...
The comedian Stephen Fry as admitted taking cocaine in Buckingham Palace at the height of his drug addiction.
Actor Stephen Fry has admitted to taking cocaine in Buckingham Palace in his new autobiography, More Fool Me, due to be published this Thursday. Fry also admits to taking the class A drug in a variety of other notable locations including...Show More Summary
British renaissance man Stephen Fry has spilled the beans on the astonishing fact that he once snorted cocaine in Buckingham Palace. If drug addicts have bucket lists regarding famous places where they want to get high before they die, no doubt Buckingham Palace would be a popular choice. Show More Summary