"Everything that was me wasn’t there. Some feeling came over me that this was the end," the comedian remembers.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently tied a ribbon around its UFC Fight Night 82 weigh in event for "Hendricks vs. Thompson," which took place earlier today (Fri., Feb. 5, 2016) inside MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, host venue...Show More Summary
As BBC Three moves from being a linear channel to an online-only destination next month, the new service has unveiled a slate of upcoming programming. This includes a six-part drama from Skins writer Jess Brittain and a collaboration with Idris Elba’s Green Door Pictures on a series of London-set drama shorts. Show More Summary
To showcase the unique, eclectic culture of modern Britain, the folks from the Heathrow Airport teamed up with British Icon, Stephen Fry, to teach proper British etiquette to tourists. I love the UK, and especially the British accent!...Show More Summary
Stephen Fry and Gugu Mbatha-Raw are annoucing the nominees for the BAFTA Film Awards this morning in London. Fry will host the official ceremony on February 14 from Covent Garden. Check out the livestream above to see who will be competing. And check back with Deadline for the full list of nominees.
To showcase the unique, eclectic culture of modern Britain, Heathrow Airport teamed up with British Icon, Stephen Fry, to welcome arriving passengers to the UK! They’re not all red phone boxes and cucumber sandwiches on the lawn… Very...Show More Summary
In this ad for Heathrow airport, Stephen Fry explains how they do things in the United Kingdom. The small things that matter, like the After You Loop and the constant passive-aggressiveness that dominate social interaction. How dare that guy disagree about the weather! (YouTube link) It’s all in good fun, however. Show More Summary
Fry stars in an offbeat video offering tips for visitors on handling various situations.
Heathrow Airport has gotten Stephen Fry, a well-known British person, to take the piss out of British manners. The video below functions as both a guide to etiquette and a guide to British humor, as Fry, rather dryly, clues us in onShow More Summary
In an effort to acclimate visitors to the local culture upon entering the United Kingdom, Heathrow Airport employed the magnificently dry wit of comedian Stephen Fry to offer a short tutorial on the specific particulars of British etiquette, particularly when standing in a line. Oh, we Brits do love a queue. It’s reassuring for us […]
The art of the queue, for starters
If you fancy brushing up on your British etiquette, who better to get a lesson from than time-honoured English gent Stephen Fry? The fine art of queuing, awkward politeness, tutting, light cheering at broken glassware and, of course,...Show More Summary
Stephen Fry (the narrator of the British Harry Potter audio books) will be honored with the Rose d’Or Award for Lifetime Achievement during the Rose d’Or Award Ceremony, December 9. The award is given to those who have made significant contributions to entertainment and broadcasting. The Rose d’Or website explains their clear choice of Stephen...read more!
Stephen Fry, Jim Dale, and Felix von Manteuffel provide the narration for the beloved books.
Stephen Fry, Benjamin Grosvenor, Ascher Fisch. Photo: Benjamin Grosvernor's Facebook page Benjamin Grosvenor seems to be having a whale of a time in his first tour of Australia. Above, here is the 23-year-old British pianist with conductor Ascher Fisch (right) and a surprise guest, Stephen Fry (left). Show More Summary
"Alice Through the Looking Glass" is director James Bobin's sequel to Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" (2010). Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carte, Alan Rickman, Stephen Fry, Michael Sheen, and Timothy Spall are once again down the K hole, I mean the rabbit hole.
Walt Disney Pictures has released the first trailer for their upcoming sequel "Alice Through the Looking Glass" starring Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Anne Hathaway, Alan Rickman, Timothy Spall, Helena Bonham Carter, Stephen Fry, Rhys...Show More Summary
Philip Hensher, the thinking man’s Stephen Fry — novelist, critic, boisterously clever — begins his introduction to his two-volume anthology… The post The best British short stories — from Daniel Defoe to Zadie Smith appeared first on The Spectator.
Rupert Grint loves comics. Though when it comes to superheroics on film or TV, he seems to want to do an original take on the genre, not an adaptation. After starring in a never-aired comedy pilot with Stephen Fry called Super Clyde, Grint now has the chance to live a superhero life on-screen!