Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw Are Very Gay and Very English in the Trailer for BBC's A Very English Scandal

Back in the 1970s, a member of the British Parliament named Jeremy Thorpe was accused first of having a sexual affair with a man named Norman Josiffe and, second, hiring someone to kill him. Thorpe was never found guilty of any crimes (there’s a chance their affair never even happened), and was voted out of Parliament…

No One Seemed to Miss Hugh Grant All That Much On the Set of the New Bridget Jones Movie

In preparation for Bridget Jones’s Baby, the third film in the Bridget Jones franchise, the L.A. Times has released a (relatively brief) oral history of the first film featuring Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, producer Eric Fellner, and Sharon Maguire, director of the first and third films. Notably missing was Hugh…