Rod Sterling's The Twilight Zone isn't just returning as an anthology-style movie. It was announced this morning that the iconic series is also receiving a stage adaptation.Read More
Andrew Garfield, of The Amazing Spider-Man and The Social Network fame, is currently trodding the boards at the National Theatre in London in a production of Tony Kushner's Angels in America, playing the iconic role of Prior Walter. In a recent National Theatre Platform Q & A about the play, Garfield was asked about how he prepared for the role, and his answers were...interesting.Read More
"Bing bing bing."
Ready for some word soup?Read More
A movie about a female screenwriter in wartime London that examines institutionalized sexism and the power of storytelling in film? Sign us up! Check out the trailer for Their Finest above.Read More
BBC reports that the play will open in London next year with Cora Bissett as director.Read More
Good old J.K.!
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling faced blowback online late last year when the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the Harry Potter sequel stage play, was announced, and it became known that Hermione would be played by Noma Dumezweni—a Black woman. While fan theories that Hermione could have been Black in the books have floated around online for a while, this news took some fans off guard, and Rowling's not happy at all with how they reacted.Read More
And the cast for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child just keeps on growing! After revealing the Potter family and the Granger-Weasleys, the London production has now released the next set of cast-revealing images, which promised “two more wizarding characters” from the show. This time, we're getting some Slytherin action.Read More
John Boyega Gets First West End Starring Role
John Boyega is heading to London's Old Vic Theatre for his first West End starring role!Read More
Bonus points if you're there on a Sunday.
4 Privet Drive, which is typically closed to theWarner Bros. Studio Tour London will open doors May 27th to June 6th for Harry Potter fans in honor of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone's 15 year anniversary.Read More
The National Theatre in London has set a 50:50 gender balance goal in terms of the directors and living writers by 2021. Organization director Rufus Norris announced a commitment to "360 degree diversity," stating that "gender balance across the whole organization is massively important" as he unveiled the National Theatre's plans for the latest season.Read More
As they are in most places, women tend to be marginalized in the art world. In an attempt to offset the effects of that, London's famed Saatchi Gallery is hosting an art show this month featuring all-female artists.Read More
Named "The Owls Are Not What They Seem" (yeah, I know!), the experience is said to be more than just nomming down on donuts, pie, and coffee.Read More
This time, someone royally futzed up, and... well, look, if we're all eaten by dinosaurs left behind at major transportation hubs, we really only have ourselves to blame. Darwin awards, indeed.Read More
I swear to you, getting a throne into 10th century architecture is a thousand times harder than winning one.
We've seen a TARDIS flying over the Tower of London, we've seen the Queen interacting with the Iron Throne, but here's a new one for the memory banks. No, I'm not jealous of those who got to go to the Season 5 premiere of Game of Thrones at the Tower, why do you ask?Read More
He hid there because he loves you.
Video series Super-Fan Builds has made some great stuff in the past, but this really warms our hearts. Plus, the dog's name really is Dug. It's so cute I can't handle it.Read More
Reddit found this incredibly cool shot of Paul Rudd from his time at the University of Kansas. What do you think Karl is doing right now?Read More
Nothing is real anymore.
Up is down! Black is white! Cats are... well, they're not dogs, but they definitely aren't cats either, apparentlyRead More
Next week: Keep an eye out for the double arrows leading to the floating market.
Visit Earl's Court Road on Google Street View, and click on the double arrows. End up in a time machine. Yep, that's just about how most of my trips to London go.Read More
Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff
People from London are really good at two things: indie rock and getting sloshed.
When Moones set about brainstorming for a live session music video to promote their latest EP, Ollie Kristian had a genius idea: Record their single "Better Energy" over and over again, but have each member of the band drink four beers each between every take. The result is a multi-angle masterpiece of drunkenness that uses over 10,000 YouTube annotations to allow you total control over the band's blood alcohol level at any given moment of the song. Man, if only actually getting drunk were that easy -- think of the money we'd all save!Read More