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Barbara Broccoli, Michael G. Wilson, Paul Greengrass Among Names on U.K.’s New Year’s Honors List

James Bond gatekeepers and Eon Productions heads Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson are among the names on the 2022 New Year’s Honors list, the annual U.K. tradition dating back to 1890 that bestows titles upon individuals in recognition of their work and is presented in the name of Queen Elizabeth II. The duo, who […]

‘Falling for Figaro’: Film Review

Danielle Macdonald plays an aspiring opera singer in Ben Lewin's romantic comedy, also featuring Hugh Skinner and Joanna Lumley.

Joanna Lumley Returning to Host 2019 BAFTA Awards

The ceremony will once again be held at the Royal Albert Hall.

Rose d’Or TV Festival to Honor Joanna Lumley With Lifetime Achievement Award

The 'Absolutely Fabulous' actress will get the award at the annual event in Berlin in September.

Joanna Lumley to Receive BAFTA Fellowship

The 'Absolutely Fabulous' star will be presented with the British Academy's highest honor at the upcoming BAFTA TV Awards.

‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’: Film Review

Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders are back as Patsy and Edina, growing old disgracefully and accidentally knocking Kate Moss in the Thames, in this adaptation of the classic British sitcom.

‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’ Duo Talk Brexit, Donald Trump, Making Idris Elba “Flee” to U.S.

Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley sat down with THR ahead of the big-screen return of champagne-guzzling PR disasters Eddy and Patsy.

First Photo of ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ Movie Released as Filming Begins

Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley are returning to the roles they made famous in the '90s TV series.

‘Absolutely Anything’: Film Review

Simon Pegg plays a schoolteacher with God-like powers in this sci-fi comedy, which also features vocal performances from the Monty Python team and Robin Williams.

Jennifer Saunders: Draft Script Done for ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ Movie

"My proper New Year's resolution is to do the film; otherwise it'll be a pointless year of procrastination"

‘The Wolf of Wall Street’: Film Review

At nearly three hours of pushing the R rating, Martin Scorsese's film leaves no storytelling trick unused while watching Jordan Belfort embrace Wall Street's cutthroat ethos.

Kim Cattrall to Play Lead in Canadian Adaptation of BBC Dramedy ‘Sensitive Skin’

The pay TV show based on the original British series also will star Don McKellar, Elliot Gould and Colm Feore.