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Prince Charles attends gala as part of 70th birthday celebrations

Prince Charles, is turning 70 this week and attended a special gala for the occasion at the London Palladium. British actor Rowan Atkinson and singer Kylie Minogue were among the stars of the show..
SBS - Published

Johnny English Strikes Again review: Rowan Atkinson's spy short on laughs, long on nostalgia

No one would call the Johnny English films Rowan Atkinson's best work, but they've done well at most box offices, which must be why we're getting a third instalment six years after the underwhelming..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Anne Hathaway set for The Witches remake [Video]Anne Hathaway set for The Witches remake

Anne Hathaway looks set to take on the role of Grand High Witch in Robert Zemeckis' 'The Witches' remake.

Credit: Bang Media World     Duration: 00:43Published

Some 2018 U.S. Bombs Were Hits Overseas [Video]Some 2018 U.S. Bombs Were Hits Overseas

The global market is more and more important to Hollywood movies. Uproxx reports that some films that bombed in the United States were massive hits over seas. Maze Runner: The Death Cure made $58..

Credit: Wochit Entertainment     Duration: 00:37Published


'Almost perfect visual simile': Rowan Atkinson defends Boris Johnson in burqa row

The comedian, best known around the world for his role as Mr Bean, says former minister's 'letter box' joke was 'a pretty good one'.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Actor and comedian Rowan Atkinson defends Johnson in burqa row

British actor and comedian Rowan Atkinson has written a letter to The Times defending former foreign secretary Boris Johnson over his joke about the burqa.
SBS - Published

WWE star John Cena to attend Collingwood president's lunch at home game against Essendon

Rob Lowe, Mr Bean (aka Rowan Atkinson), The Rock (aka Dwayne Johnson), the Dalai Lama and Usain Bolt all have something in common - they've been guests of the Collingwood Football Club (or at least..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age
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