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Bottle Shock

In 1976 there was a blind wine taste-testing held in France, where all the judges were French. The result of the contest? The wines of California’s Napa Valley defeated the best wines France had to offer – mon dieu! 193 more words

France

Die Hard (1988)

Plot : John McClane, officer of the NYPD, tries to save his wife Holly Gennaro and several others that were taken hostage by German terrorist Hans Gruber during a Christmas party at the Nakatomi Plaza in Los Angeles. 15 more words

Action

Stars We Lost In 2016

The recent death of actor Anton Yelchin has called us into consciousness that 2016 many of our beloved actors have died.

Soon his final film… 259 more words

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Love Actually on TV in July AGAIN is not what anybody wants

Why? Why is this happening?

The schedulers of ITV2 have just done something utterly bonkers. They’ve aired Love Actually in July. Twice. July?! What the actual hell? 417 more words

Film

Watch: Alan Rickman’s Unusual Final Role is Bittersweet Perfection

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READ MORE: Remembering Alan Rickman: 9 Essential Performances Now Streaming Online

Although most fans will recognize Alan Rickman as Professor Snape in the “Harry Potter” movies, or as Hans Gruber in “Die Hard,” his final role ends his great career on a sweet and touching note. 120 more words

Indiewire

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves turns 25 - 15 things you probably didn't know about the film

It’s the film which saw Alan Rickman deliver one of the greatest panto villain performances of all time, Bryan Adams take a summer residency at the top of the UK charts and Kevin Costner prove that when it comes to accents, well he just can’t be bothered. 1,063 more words

Film

Notes on St. Paul's Covent Garden and Inigo Jones

St. Paul’s, built in 1631, is the parish church of Covent Garden, and is known as “The Actors’ Church,” with a long history of connection to the theatre community of London. 295 more words

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